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KU target Jackson excels in McDonald’s game

Kansas University recruiting target Josh Jackson scored 19 points and earned co-MVP honors with future Duke player Frank Jackson as the West all-stars beat the East, 114-107, at Wednesday’s McDonald’s All-America game in United Center.

Jayhawks' Greene declares for NBA Draft

KU guard's father: NBA feedback seems 'promising'

Brannen Greene, a 49 percent three-point marksman (31 of 63) in limited duty his junior season at Kansas University, on Wednesday said he would forgo his senior campaign to enter the 2016 NBA Draft.

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Solid ’backing: Bradford took time off for family, now he’s back coaching

An only child, new Kansas University linebackers coach Todd Bradford felt needed at home by both parents, the cancer patient and the caretaker, so he put his career on hold.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 31, 2016

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 31, 2016.

Kansas vaulters soar at Texas

A career-best from pole vaulter Nick Meyer in his first outing of the outdoor season highlighted a solid afternoon from the Kansas track and field team at the Texas Relays Thursday. Meyer turned in an NCAA top-10 clearance en route to the top-collegiate finish in the event.

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Bill Self named AP Coach of the Year

Bill Self, who this past season directed Kansas University to its 12th-straight Big 12 championship, the league postseason tourney title for the seventh time (in 13 tries) and a spot in the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight, on Thursday was named Associated Press national coach of the year.

Kansas baseball rips Benedictine

Michael Tinsley went 4-for-4 and drove in five runs, and Kansas University’s baseball team belted Benedictine, 19-7, on Wednesday at Hoglund Ballpark.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 30, 2016

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 30, 2016

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KU target Jackson excels in McDonald’s game

Kansas University recruiting target Josh Jackson scored 19 points and earned co-MVP honors with future Duke player Frank Jackson as the West all-stars beat the East, 114-107, at Wednesday’s McDonald’s All-America game in United Center.

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Miller moving from CB to safety

Whether it was Biletnikoff Award winner Corey Coleman of Baylor, TCU monster Josh Doctson or Oklahoma standout Sterling Shepard, Kansas University freshman Tyrone Miller lined up against some of the best wide receivers in the country during his first season of college football.

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Jayhawks' Greene declares for NBA Draft

KU guard's father: NBA feedback seems 'promising'

Brannen Greene, a 49 percent three-point marksman (31 of 63) in limited duty his junior season at Kansas University, on Wednesday said he would forgo his senior campaign to enter the 2016 NBA Draft.

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Jayhawks will have new look next year

Returning KU players hope to carry over culture

As March comes to a close, and the Jayhawks, the top overall seed in this year’s NCAA Tournament, watch from afar while four other programs battle for a national championship, no one — not even Bill Self — knows exactly what the Kansas University basketball roster will look like next fall.