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KU’s Ellis to miss Oklahoma game

Kansas University’s Perry Ellis and Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield, who are arguably the top two contenders for 2015 Big 12 Player of the Year, will not guard each other in any epic one-on-one confrontation Saturday at Noble Center in Norman, Oklahoma.

Early Morning

Column: Fearless Frank Mason delivers when Jayhawks need it most

Players from both sides competed with such vigor that easy buckets were tough to come by, so it’s no surprise then that the toughest guy in a Kansas uniform, Fearless Frank Mason, didn’t let his team lose.

No asterisk necessary: Jayhawks come back to win Big 12 outright

Kelly Oubre Jr., who had fouled out of a fierce overtime battle, charged off the Kansas University basketball bench to greet Wayne Selden Jr., at center-court as the buzzer sounded on Kansas University’s 76-69 come-from-behind victory over West Virginia on Tuesday night in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

Stories

KU’s Gardner tapped all-Big 12

Kansas University senior Chelsea Gardner has been selected to the all-Big 12 women’s basketball first team.

KU baseball prevails, 9-5

Michael Tinsley and Blair Beck homered, and Kansas University’s baseball team defeated Grand Canyon, 9-5, on Wednesday.

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KU’s Ellis to miss Oklahoma game

Kansas University’s Perry Ellis and Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield, who are arguably the top two contenders for 2015 Big 12 Player of the Year, will not guard each other in any epic one-on-one confrontation Saturday at Noble Center in Norman, Oklahoma.

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Inside the stats: Kansas beats West Virginia in OT

More game notes from Kansas University’s 76-69 overtime victory over West Virginia on Tuesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Notebook: Christian Garrett goes out in style on Senior Night

Garrett, who per tradition, made his first career start — committing one foul and being fouled once before giving way to Kelly Oubre, Jr. one minute, 46 seconds into the game, also spoke to the fans after KU’s pulsating 76-69 overtime victory. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Fearless Frank Mason delivers when Jayhawks need it most

Players from both sides competed with such vigor that easy buckets were tough to come by, so it’s no surprise then that the toughest guy in a Kansas uniform, Fearless Frank Mason, didn’t let his team lose.

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No asterisk necessary: Jayhawks come back to win Big 12 outright

Kelly Oubre Jr., who had fouled out of a fierce overtime battle, charged off the Kansas University basketball bench to greet Wayne Selden Jr., at center-court as the buzzer sounded on Kansas University’s 76-69 come-from-behind victory over West Virginia on Tuesday night in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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WVU coach Bob Huggins: We deserved to win the game

Several West Virginia Mountaineer players said after Tuesday's 76-69, overtime loss at Kansas that there were moments in the final couple of minutes of regulation that they thought they had done the unthinkable and knocked off Kansas on its home floor. WVU coach Bob Huggins said he felt his team deserved to win but made too many mistakes late to pull it out.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 3, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 3, 2015

KU golfers 5th at Louisiana

Kansas University’s men’s golf team finished fifth among 14 teams Tuesday in the Louisiana Classics Invitational.

Kansas’ Evans player of week

Kansas University outfielder Briana Evans has been named player of the week in Big 12 softball.