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Wayne Selden Jr. announces he'll return to KU

At least one member of Kansas University’s men’s basketball team has announced his intention to stick around for the 2015-16 season. Days removed from freshmen Kelly Oubre Jr. and Cliff Alexander deciding to enter the 2015 NBA Draft, KU announced in a release Friday afternoon sophomore Wayne Selden Jr. will be back for his junior season.

Early Morning

Column: Coaching secondary at Kansas presents challenge

Both starting safeties are gone, as are cornerbacks JaCorey Shepherd and Dexter McDonald, both potential NFL draft picks. And a pile of fast-paced Big 12 football offenses will be eager to run up scores to impress the selection committee that chooses the four schools that will vie for the national title.

Night

Top prospects to meet at Summit

The top uncommitted high school basketball players in the country, who were in Chicago for the McDonald’s All-America game last week, have descended upon Portland, Oregon, for Saturday’s Nike Hoop Summit (2 p.m., ESPN2).

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Wayne Selden Jr. announces he'll return to KU

At least one member of Kansas University’s men’s basketball team has announced his intention to stick around for the 2015-16 season. Days removed from freshmen Kelly Oubre Jr. and Cliff Alexander deciding to enter the 2015 NBA Draft, KU announced in a release Friday afternoon sophomore Wayne Selden Jr. will be back for his junior season.

Tease photo

Column: Coaching secondary at Kansas presents challenge

Both starting safeties are gone, as are cornerbacks JaCorey Shepherd and Dexter McDonald, both potential NFL draft picks. And a pile of fast-paced Big 12 football offenses will be eager to run up scores to impress the selection committee that chooses the four schools that will vie for the national title.

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Bowen helped KU build foundation

Last fall, when Clint Bowen took over as the Kansas University football program’s interim head coach four weeks into the season, the purpose of putting him in charge went far beyond giving him a chance to prove himself or giving the 2-2 Jayhawks a shot in the arm.

Spieth up by 3 at Masters; Woodland fires 71

Jordan Spieth pulled off the unthinkable Thursday. With the best opening round in 19 years, he managed to make the Masters about a lot more than the Grand Slam bid of Rory McIlroy and the curious return of Tiger Woods.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of April 9, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of April 9, 2015