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Tom Keegan: Frank Mason III playing more like himself

Fearless Frank Mason III, Kansas University’s 5-foot-11, 185-pound junior point guard from Petersburg, Va., is one tough competitor. Consequently, we might never know to what extent his sore left elbow was bothering and what else was nagging at him during an eight-game stretch during which he just wasn’t the same. By Tom Keegan

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Alleged robbery over weekend leads to the arrest of two KU football players

Two Kansas University football players were arrested on Monday after police said another KU student was robbed.

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KU still No. 2, behind No. 1 Villanova

After the top two teams in the nation handled their business this past week, both No. 1 Villanova and No. 2 Kansas maintained their spots in the latest Associated Press Top 25, released Monday afternoon.

Kansas softball walk-off victim

Jenna Curtan’s walk-off home run doomed Kansas University softball to a 5-4 setback to UC Riverside in the final game of the Fresno State Kickoff on Sunday.

KU men’s golf wins Desert title

Top-five finishes from freshman Charlie Hillier and sophomore Daniel Hudson propelled Kansas University to a golf team title at the Desert Intercollegiate on Sunday at Classic Club.

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Perry Ellis OK; Jayhawks ‘obviously need’ him

Kansas University senior Perry Ellis was cleared by doctors to practice today and play Tuesday at Baylor. Baylor (20-7 overall) joins West Virginia and Oklahoma at 9-5 in the league, two full games behind the 11-3 Jayhawks (23-4 overall) with four to play. By Gary Bedore

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Another assistant leaving Kansas football?

Kansas University’s football program unbelievably could be in danger of losing a fifth assistant coach from David Beaty’s first staff. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Frank Mason III playing more like himself

Fearless Frank Mason III, Kansas University’s 5-foot-11, 185-pound junior point guard from Petersburg, Va., is one tough competitor. Consequently, we might never know to what extent his sore left elbow was bothering and what else was nagging at him during an eight-game stretch during which he just wasn’t the same. By Tom Keegan