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Column: Savvy Wildcats survive furious Kansas rally

Down nine points Monday night in Bramlage Coliseum, 19 fewer seconds remained than when the Kansas University basketball program faced the same deficit and staged its greatest comeback ever in San Antonio six years ago. In a remarkable flurry spurred by reserve Brannen Greene, KU forced an overtime again, but lost this time, 83-79. By Tom Keegan

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Doomed: Jayhawks lose at K-State in OT

Nobody confused Bramlage Coliseum for “Allen Fieldhouse West” on Monday night. Kansas University’s basketball team, which entered 23-2 in the home of the Kansas State Wildcats, fell to KSU, 85-82, in overtime — a somewhat surprising result since the Jayhawks pounded the Cats by 26 points earlier this year in Lawrence. By Gary Bedore

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Coordinator: KU football offense work in progress

New Kansas University offensive coordinator John Reagan has a plan for the KU football offense. “You have to be able to run the football,” Reagan said during his first meeting with the media on Monday. “I think if you’re a much more talented team than everybody else you play, you can wing it all over the field. I don’t think that fits everybody. I don’t think that fits necessarily the mold that we have.” By Matt Tait

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Notebook: Self doesn't want KU players interacting with opposing fans

Bill Self doesn’t want Kansas University’s basketball players interacting with opposing fans during games. By Gary Bedore

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Doomed: Jayhawks lose at K-State in OT

Nobody confused Bramlage Coliseum for “Allen Fieldhouse West” on Monday night. Kansas University’s basketball team, which entered 23-2 in the home of the Kansas State Wildcats, fell to KSU, 85-82, in overtime — a somewhat surprising result since the Jayhawks pounded the Cats by 26 points earlier this year in Lawrence. By Gary Bedore