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Schneider takes over as Kansas women's basketball coach

New Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider didn’t have to look outside of his family to fully appreciate where the program he has taken over stands on the school’s hoops pecking order.

Early Morning

Recruiting target Diallo sets Twitterverse abuzz

Cheick Diallo is hinting that he is mighty close to announcing his college choice. By Gary Bedore

Challenge awaits new KU women’s coach

Brandon Schneider, new women’s basketball coach at Kansas University, will be introduced to the program’s small fan base via a 10 a.m. news conference Tuesday. The session with the media will offer the first clues as to whether Schneider has what it takes to bring relevance to a program dwarfed by the perennial-powerhouse men’s basketball team. By Tom Keegan

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Schneider takes over as Kansas women's basketball coach

New Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider didn’t have to look outside of his family to fully appreciate where the program he has taken over stands on the school’s hoops pecking order.

Malik Newman to announce college choice at noon Friday

No. 3-rated player has KU on list that includes Kentucky, Mississippi State, LSU, Mississippi and North Carolina State

Malik Newman will announce his college choice on Friday.

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Recruiting target Diallo sets Twitterverse abuzz

Cheick Diallo is hinting that he is mighty close to announcing his college choice. By Gary Bedore

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Who are these guys? KU wideout corps unknown for now

The 2015 Kansas University wide receivers are a pretty anonymous group. And position coach Klint Kubiak expects it to stay that way. By Matt Tait

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Challenge awaits new KU women’s coach

Brandon Schneider, new women’s basketball coach at Kansas University, will be introduced to the program’s small fan base via a 10 a.m. news conference Tuesday. The session with the media will offer the first clues as to whether Schneider has what it takes to bring relevance to a program dwarfed by the perennial-powerhouse men’s basketball team. By Tom Keegan

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of April 20, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of April 20, 2015