Stories for February 11, 2018


Lead stories


Tom Keegan: Pregame injury serves as bad omen for Svi, KU's offense

You know it’s not your day when you can’t escape pregame warmups without an injury to a key player. By Tom Keegan

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Tom Keegan: RPI remains hidden impediment to NCAA tournament fairness

Unless and until the NCAA, its affiliated television networks and all media covering college basketball denounce and distance themselves from the dreaded RPI rankings, March Madness seeding won’t approach anything that resembles fair. By Tom Keegan

Gayre homers, KU softball tops Charleston

Freshman Shelby Gayre drilled a three-run, pinch-hit homer in the sixth inning and the Kansas softball team finished the weekend with a 6-1 victory over the College of Charleston on Sunday in Deland, Fla.

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Jayhawks have simple goal after tough loss at Baylor: 'We just have to regroup'

Asked for a “big picture” assessment of his Kansas basketball team following Saturday's disheartening, 80-74 loss at Baylor, KU coach Bill Self wasted no time getting to the point. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks currently a 2 seed in eyes of NCAA Tournament selection committee

If the 2018 NCAA Tournament began today, the Kansas Jayhawks would be a No. 2 seed in the West region. That was the message sent by this year's selection committee, which on Sunday revealed the top four seeds in each region, as things stand today, during an afternoon special on CBS Sports. By Matt Tait

Shooting woes haunt KU women in loss to Oklahoma

After a cold shooting start, Kansas women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider saw his team fall into a hole he was hoping they could avoid. The Jayhawks were never able to dig themselves out of it.