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Less is more: Shortened rotation propels KU

The five starters — Perry Ellis, Hunter Mickelson, Wayne Selden Jr., Frank Mason III and Devonté Graham — plus one reserve, Carlton Bragg, monopolized all but one minute the second half as the Jayhawks maybe proved less is more in a 82-67 come-from-behind victory over the Beavers in Sprint Center. By Gary Bedore

Jayhawks bounce back in K.C.

No. 2 Kansas University’s men’s basketball team rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to defeat Oregon State, 82-67, Saturday at Sprint Center behind 22 points from Wayne Selden Jr. By Chris Duderstadt

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Kansas among nation’s best shooting squads

Kansas University’s basketball team scored 75 points — third-lowest mark of the season — against Harvard the day after it was revealed the Jayhawks ranked second in the country in points per game.

KU volleyball advances in NCAA Tournament

The best volleyball team in the history of Kansas University accomplished another first Friday night in Jenny Craig Pavilion, and it was the biggest one yet.

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Oliver Luck admits Cheick Diallo case dragged on

Oliver Luck, the NCAA’s new vice president of regulatory affairs, concedes it took the Eligibility Center a long time to deem KU’s Cheick Diallo eligible.

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Unexpected lift not enough for Oregon State

Oregon State senior Gary Payton II — son of former NBA great Gary Payton — entered OSU’s matchup with No. 2-ranked Kansas University leading the Beavers in scoring, but it was another father-son combo that stole the show for the first half Saturday at Sprint Center. By Chris Duderstadt

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Benton Smith: Carlton Bragg makes his case for minutes

When Bill Self needed a victory Saturday night at Sprint Center and decided the best way to get one would be shortening his bench in the second half, Kansas University’s basketball coach knew only one of the four big men sitting near him would get a crack at helping the Jayhawks rally. By Benton Smith

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Jayhawks improve to 28-6 at Sprint Center

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self enjoys the Jayhawks’ annual holiday game in the Sprint Center.

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Less is more: Shortened rotation propels KU

The five starters — Perry Ellis, Hunter Mickelson, Wayne Selden Jr., Frank Mason III and Devonté Graham — plus one reserve, Carlton Bragg, monopolized all but one minute the second half as the Jayhawks maybe proved less is more in a 82-67 come-from-behind victory over the Beavers in Sprint Center. By Gary Bedore

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Jayhawks bounce back in K.C.

No. 2 Kansas University’s men’s basketball team rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to defeat Oregon State, 82-67, Saturday at Sprint Center behind 22 points from Wayne Selden Jr. By Chris Duderstadt

Tease photo

Kansas among nation’s best shooting squads

Kansas University’s basketball team scored 75 points — third-lowest mark of the season — against Harvard the day after it was revealed the Jayhawks ranked second in the country in points per game.

Tease photo

KU volleyball advances in NCAA Tournament

The best volleyball team in the history of Kansas University accomplished another first Friday night in Jenny Craig Pavilion, and it was the biggest one yet.