Stories for February 9, 2014


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Column: Kansas depth too much for talented WVU to overcome

The Mountaineers had so much going for them, but it never felt as if they had a realistic shot because Kansas has so many players to turn to when things aren’t working out for a few of the starters. By Tom Keegan

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’Cats fondly recall ’08 win over KU

Kansas State freshman basketball standout Marcus Foster has studied the picture of Michael Beasley dancing on the Bramlage Coliseum scorer’s table after the Wildcats’ 2008 home victory over rival Kansas University. By Gary Bedore

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Oklahoma defeats Kansas women, 81-71

Jayhawks lose second straight game

Career afternoons from guards Natalie Knight and Markisha Hawkins couldn't get Kansas University's women's basketball team a victory over Oklahoma on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Feb. 8

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Saturday, Feb. 8.

Kansas softball twinbill canceled

The Kansas University softball team’s doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn and Fordham on Saturday at the UCF Knights Invitational was canceled because of stormy weather.

KU swimming falls in ISU dual

Kansas University’s swimming and diving team lost its two-day dual meet to Iowa State, 161.5-138.5.

Track relay team sets KU record

The Kansas University women’s 4x800-meter relay team broke a 34-year school record with its first-place finish at the Armory Collegiate Invitational on Saturday at the Armory Track and Field Center.

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KU women push on after tough losses

Hovering around the .500 mark most of the season, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team really needed the boost of another Top-25 victory this week. “It was just disappointing,” Kansas coach Bonnie Henrickson said after the Jayhawks lost by two at No. 12 Oklahoma State. “But we’ve got to hold on from a confidence standpoint and use the things we did well.” By Benton Smith