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Throw-away win: Self disappointed with KU's showing against OSU

The result — a 10-point victory over Oklahoma State — was about the only aspect of Tuesday’s 2 hour, 27 minute basketball game that proved satisfying to Kansas University’s tough taskmaster, Bill Self. “It was a bad game, a long game,” Self said of a 67-57 victory over his alma mater in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

Evening

KU beats Cowboys to move to 3-0 in Big 12

Taking Oklahoma State star Marcus Smart out of the equation did nothing to temper the intensity of the showdown between Oklahoma State and Kansas during Tuesday's game at Allen Fieldhouse. Complete with a handful of technicals, hard fouls and even a few flops, the Jayhawks (14-2 overall, 3-0 Big 12) picked up a hard-fought, 67-57 victory over the Cowboys to stay perfect in conference play. By Matt Tait

Early Morning

KU wary of OSU’s 1-2 punch

The Jayhawks Tuesday face the task of slowing a Cowboy team led by junior guard Phil Forte III and senior wing Le’Bryan Nash, who rank 1-2 in the Big 12 in scoring at 17.7 and 17.6 points a game. By Gary Bedore

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Foul-fest breaks out at fieldhouse

Jayhawks, Cowboys combine to shoot 71 free throws

Kansas University’s basketball team won a glorified free-throw shooting contest against Oklahoma State on Tuesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Column: Kelly Oubre Jr. makes plays on both ends of floor

Ref’s whistles, too many of them, gave the game a feel of a faucet being turned on, then off, then on, then off. In part, Kansas University freshman Kelly Oubre Jr. can be thanked for the ugly play, because his contributions at both ends. When he saw a clear path to the lane, he drove there and defenders fouled him. Another stoppage in play on the way to KU’s 67-57 victory against Oklahoma State. By Tom Keegan

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Throw-away win: Self disappointed with KU's showing against OSU

The result — a 10-point victory over Oklahoma State — was about the only aspect of Tuesday’s 2 hour, 27 minute basketball game that proved satisfying to Kansas University’s tough taskmaster, Bill Self. “It was a bad game, a long game,” Self said of a 67-57 victory over his alma mater in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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Cowboys find no rhythm in road loss

Asked after Tuesday night's 67-57, slugfest loss at Allen Fieldhouse what it was about his Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Kansas University men's basketball team that occasionally causes emotions to boil over, OSU coach Travis Ford was at a loss for words. By Matt Tait

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KU beats Cowboys to move to 3-0 in Big 12

Taking Oklahoma State star Marcus Smart out of the equation did nothing to temper the intensity of the showdown between Oklahoma State and Kansas during Tuesday's game at Allen Fieldhouse. Complete with a handful of technicals, hard fouls and even a few flops, the Jayhawks (14-2 overall, 3-0 Big 12) picked up a hard-fought, 67-57 victory over the Cowboys to stay perfect in conference play. By Matt Tait

Source: Beaty to hire Gary Hyman as special teams/tight ends coach

The Journal-World has learned through a source that another spot on David Beaty's Kansas University coaching staff has been filled. Gary Hyman, who worked with Beaty at Texas A&M as the Aggies' quality control coach for special teams will become KU's special teams coordinator and tight ends coach. By Matt Tait

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KU wary of OSU’s 1-2 punch

The Jayhawks Tuesday face the task of slowing a Cowboy team led by junior guard Phil Forte III and senior wing Le’Bryan Nash, who rank 1-2 in the Big 12 in scoring at 17.7 and 17.6 points a game. By Gary Bedore