Stories for November 5, 2019


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No. 3 Kansas commits 28 turnovers in 68-66 loss to No. 4 Duke in Champions Classic

New York — For 39 minutes of Tuesday’s Champions Classic clash with Duke at Madison Square Garden, the third-ranked Jayhawks found a way to overcome a startling number of turnovers. But the Jayhawks’ 28th turnover of the night finally did them in during a 68-66 loss to the fourth-ranked Blue Devils Matt Tait

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Notebook: KU sophomore forward David McCormack earns starting nod in season opener

New York — The answer to the mystery question of who would start at the 4 for Kansas was sophomore forward David McCormack. It turned out to be a good move. Matt Tait

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Quick recap: No. 3 Kansas falls to No. 4 Duke in Champions Classic

It only made sense that it came down to the final minutes. In the end, No. 4 Duke made enough plays down the stretch to secure a 68-66 win over No. 3 Kansas Tuesday night in Madison Square Garden during the first game of the 2019-20 season.

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KU soccer's Addisyn Merrick named Big 12 Defensive Player of Year

One of three Jayhawks to be named to the All-Big 12 teams on Tuesday, Kansas soccer senior Addisyn Merrick was named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year

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KUsports Live: Kansas basketball vs. No. 4 Duke

Follow along during the game with our crew and the community.

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Fiery KU football leaders Daylon Charlot, Andrew Parchment keep preaching postseason

As the first Kansas football team coached by Les Miles heads into the final three games on its schedule, a pair of outspoken receivers remain vigilant in spreading the message that the season doesn’t have to end in November. Senior receiver Daylon Charlot said the Jayhawks as a whole felt like they let their fans down in a 38-10 loss to Kansas State this past weekend. Despite their disappointment, Charlot voiced publicly the notion that he and other team leaders keep clutching to tightly. By Benton Smith

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Schools, coaches more willing to fight NCAA allegations

The ink on the NCAA's notice of allegations was but a few hours old when officials at Kansas huddled with Jayhawks coach Bill Self and crafted a strongly worded response that not only disputed the claims but went on the offensive.

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Game Day Breakdown - No. 3 Kansas vs. No. 4 Duke in NYC

A look at some of the keys for third-ranked Kansas in tonight's Champions Classic showdown with No. 4 Duke at Madison Square Garden in New York City. By Matt Tait