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Not this time: Kansas dominates in return to TCU

Fans in TCU’s student section brought signs reminding Kansas University’s basketball players of last year’s famous flop in Fort Worth. There would be no need for any such fan ridicule — or coach criticism — following the 2013-14 rematch at sold-out Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Jayhawks rolled to 53 first-half points in a 91-69 rout of the Horned Frogs that silenced anybody in a record crowd of 7,494 who might have been hoping for a repeat of last February’s monumental upset.

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KU youth served in win over TCU

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self presented an amazing statistic to staff members after examining the box score following Saturday’s 91-69 victory over TCU at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum in Fort Worth, Texas. By Gary Bedore

Column: Buddies at LCC predict big year for Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland's late fade down the leaderboard did nothing to dull local golfers’ enthusiasm about his prospects for making this his season on the PGA Tour. By Tom Keegan

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Good genes: Piper, Manning team up again

Former Jayhawks' daughters reunite at Free State High

Danny Manning and Chris Piper made quite an impact on the history of basketball in Lawrence after winning a national championship at Kansas University in 1988. What they could not have realized after cutting down the nets in Kansas City’s Kemper Arena in 1988 is that their legacies would continue through their daughters at Free State High a couple of decades later. By Chris Duderstadt

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Jan. 25

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Saturday, Jan. 25.

KU swimmers win everything at meet; sophomore sets record

Kansas University’s swimming and diving team placed first in every event against Arkansas-Little Rock on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.

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Notebook: Self says some players flop, others 'sell' fouls

KU coach Self most certainly does give a flip that there’s been a lot of flopping going on in college basketball this season. By Gary Bedore

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Not this time: Kansas dominates in return to TCU

Fans in TCU’s student section brought signs reminding Kansas University’s basketball players of last year’s famous flop in Fort Worth. There would be no need for any such fan ridicule — or coach criticism — following the 2013-14 rematch at sold-out Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Jayhawks rolled to 53 first-half points in a 91-69 rout of the Horned Frogs that silenced anybody in a record crowd of 7,494 who might have been hoping for a repeat of last February’s monumental upset.

Woodland takes one-shot lead at Farmers

Gary Woodland didn’t have to overpower the par 5s to take the lead at Torrey Pines. Woodland, a former Kansas University golfer, found his five birdies elsewhere Saturday on another tough day of scoring on the South Course for a 2-under 70, giving him a one-shot lead over 20-year-old Jordan Spieth and Marc Leishman of Australia going into the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open.