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Surprise zone keys Jayhawks' win at Kansas State

In the high-stakes world of Big 12 basketball, turnovers and 3-pointers are extremely valuable currency in every gymnasium and arena on the five-state conference map. But nothing is worth quite as much as a nasty defense. Monday night, at an electric and jam-packed Bramlage Coliseum, the Jayhawks used portions of each strength, in good stretches and bad, to plow past second-place Kansas State. By Matt Tait

Road-tested Jayhawks beat K-State in Manhattan

The road was once again kind to the Kansas basketball team Monday night at Bramlage Coliseum, where the Jayhawks’ two battle-tested seniors steered them to a 70-56 victory over rival Kansas State. With Svi Mykhailiuk providing scoring (22 points) and rebounding (seven boards) and Devonte’ Graham (16 points, 11 assists) running the show, KU improved to 5-1 in true road games this season. By Benton Smith

Early Morning

Game day breakdown: No. 7 KU basketball at Kansas State

A look at some of the keys for favored Kansas in tonight's Big Monday battle with Sunflower State rival Kansas State in Manhattan. By Matt Tait

Evening

'It's an honor': KU can't hold off K-State in celebration of program's 50th season

As the 30-plus former Kansas players walked off Naismith Court, Marlene Mawson held her ground. By Scott Chasen

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Surprise zone keys Jayhawks' win at Kansas State

In the high-stakes world of Big 12 basketball, turnovers and 3-pointers are extremely valuable currency in every gymnasium and arena on the five-state conference map. But nothing is worth quite as much as a nasty defense. Monday night, at an electric and jam-packed Bramlage Coliseum, the Jayhawks used portions of each strength, in good stretches and bad, to plow past second-place Kansas State. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Malik Newman finds his role, confidence through rebounding

Gone is the first-year Kansas player who at times looked lost in thought, wondering how to fit in, what to do and what not to do. Nine days after the calendar flipped to 2018 that player faded away. By Tom Keegan

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Free State's Jalan Robinson watches football recruitment skyrocket before signing day

Before walking into school Monday, Free State senior Jalan Robinson received a phone call from a Mississippi State football coach. By Bobby Nightengale

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Notebook: Udoka Azubuike heckled during warmups; KU wins again on Kansas Day

Leave it to Kansas State fans to be well-schooled on the strengths and weaknesses of every Kansas basketball team that walks into Bramlage Coliseum. By Matt Tait

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Road-tested Jayhawks beat K-State in Manhattan

The road was once again kind to the Kansas basketball team Monday night at Bramlage Coliseum, where the Jayhawks’ two battle-tested seniors steered them to a 70-56 victory over rival Kansas State. With Svi Mykhailiuk providing scoring (22 points) and rebounding (seven boards) and Devonte’ Graham (16 points, 11 assists) running the show, KU improved to 5-1 in true road games this season. By Benton Smith

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David Beaty announces hiring of assistant Bill Miller

KU defensive assistants change roles

Kansas football coach David Beaty officially announced the hiring of the 10th and final member of his coaching staff for the coming season, defensive assistant Bill Miller, Monday afternoon. By Benton Smith

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Game day breakdown: No. 7 KU basketball at Kansas State

A look at some of the keys for favored Kansas in tonight's Big Monday battle with Sunflower State rival Kansas State in Manhattan. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks well aware of hostile environment that awaits in Manhattan

The Kansas upperclassmen know exactly what awaits them tonight in hostile Bramlage Coliseum. By Matt Tait