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Notebook: Lucas emerges as 'most consistent' player; Jackson earns another technical

If it was not already evident from his 15-point, 17-rebound effort last Friday in a road win over TCU, Kansas senior Landen Lucas buttered his own bread and made it obvious during Tuesday’s 90-88 victory over Kansas State.

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KU's upset bid against Texas falls short

For much of the first half and even parts of the second, Kansas was right there within arm’s reach of pulling off the ugly upset over No. 15 Texas.

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Tom Keegan: No reason point guard not in Josh Jackson's NBA future

Give me one reason Kansas freshman Josh Jackson can’t spend most of his NBA career as a point guard.

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Defensive struggles a real concern for third-ranked Kansas

Tuesday night, in thrilling fashion, a second consecutive Kansas basketball victory was overshadowed, at least to those within the program, by serious concerns about the Jayhawks’ defense. By Matt Tait

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Special teams trickery has KU football up for play call of year

Against Iowa State, Kansas football special teams coordinator Joe DeForest sent kick returner LaQuvionte Gonzalez to the end zone — to hide. Ultimately, the play didn’t set up a score — or even a victory — but it proved bizarre enough to populate the college football Twittersphere and highlight shows on Nov. 12, and the “camouflage” kickoff now has KU up for USA Today Sports’ Coach’s Play Call of the Year. By Benton Smith

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Kansas freshman center Udoka Azubuike's surgery deemed success

Kansas freshman center Udoka Azubuike won’t be returning to the court any time soon, but the 7-footer and his coaches received some good news about his injured left wrist.

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Notebook: Lucas emerges as 'most consistent' player; Jackson earns another technical

If it was not already evident from his 15-point, 17-rebound effort last Friday in a road win over TCU, Kansas senior Landen Lucas buttered his own bread and made it obvious during Tuesday’s 90-88 victory over Kansas State.