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New Kansas D-line coach Calvin Thibodeaux credible

When Calvin Thibodeaux runs defensive line drills at Kansas University football practices, he doesn’t do so lightheartedly. Less than 10 years ago the defensive-line coach played the position at Oklahoma and led the Big 12 in sacks (10) in 2005, when he was first-team all-conference.By Benton Smith

Column: Cliff Alexander proof system flawed

I feel sorry for Cliff Alexander. By Tom Keegan

Perry Ellis has info to make pro decision

The NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee has provided Kansas University junior forward Perry Ellis information on his draft stock as he decides whether to enter the 2015 NBA Draft or return to KU for his senior season, coach Bill Self said Wednesday. By Gary Bedore

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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).

KU v-ball players U.S. selections

Three members of Kansas University’s volleyball team were selected to the U.S. Collegiate National team program.

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Column: Cliff Alexander proof system flawed

I feel sorry for Cliff Alexander. By Tom Keegan

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New Kansas D-line coach Calvin Thibodeaux credible

When Calvin Thibodeaux runs defensive line drills at Kansas University football practices, he doesn’t do so lightheartedly. Less than 10 years ago the defensive-line coach played the position at Oklahoma and led the Big 12 in sacks (10) in 2005, when he was first-team all-conference.By Benton Smith

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Perry Ellis has info to make pro decision

The NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee has provided Kansas University junior forward Perry Ellis information on his draft stock as he decides whether to enter the 2015 NBA Draft or return to KU for his senior season, coach Bill Self said Wednesday. By Gary Bedore

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Midweek treat: Efficient Jayhawks complete sweep

The offense continued to click for Kansas University’s baseball team as the Jayhawks completed a two-game sweep of New Mexico with a 10-5 victory over the Lobos on Wednesday at Hoglund Ballpark. By Chris Duderstadt

KU tennis falls to Tulsa, 5-2

Tulsa won the doubles point, then took three of four singles matches for a 5-2 nonconference tennis victory over Kansas University on Wednesday at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of April 8, 2015

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in games of Wednesday, April 8, 2015.

Talib investigated in Dallas assault

According to a report in The Denver Post, current Denver Broncos and former Kansas University cornerback Aqib Talib and his brother, Yaqub, are under investigation for possible involvement in an aggravated assault at a downtown Dallas nightclub early Wednesday morning.

Suns’ Morris twins accused of assault

The Phoenix Suns’ Marcus and Markieff Morris are being investigated on allegations that they beat a former mentor.