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Jayhawks, fans share joy of return at first in-person Late Night in 2 years

Kansas basketball fans, and everything that comes with them, were back inside Allen Fieldhouse in full force on Friday night, serving as an energetic backdrop for the first in-person Late Night in the Phog in two years. By Matt Tait

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Late Night scrimmage marked Jayhawks' first action inside Allen Fieldhouse this season

Players suspect that contributed to the team's outside shooting woes

The plan going in was certainly to shoot better than 7 for 36 from 3-point range in their first action in front of a packed Allen Fieldhouse in more than a year. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks, fans share joy of return at first in-person Late Night in 2 years

Kansas basketball fans, and everything that comes with them, were back inside Allen Fieldhouse in full force on Friday night, serving as an energetic backdrop for the first in-person Late Night in the Phog in two years. By Matt Tait

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KU volleyball pushes win streak to 9 in battle of Big 12 unbeatens

The Kansas volleyball team handed visiting Iowa State its first Big 12 loss of the season on Friday afternoon, moving its own winning streak to nine consecutive matches in the process. By Matt Tait

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3 keys for KU football at Iowa State

Considered nearly a 35-point underdog by oddsmakers in Las Vegas, the Kansas football team’s chances of competing with Iowa State could come down to how the Jayhawks handle one player in particular: Breece Hall, the Cyclones’ all-time career touchdown leader (40).

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Wichita-based 6th Man Strategies reaches deal to represent all 18 Kansas men's basketball players in NIL endeavors

Wichita-based company, 6th Man Strategies, LLC, has reached a deal to represent all 18 Kansas men’s basketball players in their name, image and likeness, the company announced on Friday morning.

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Jayhawks plan to rotate 3 safeties in 1st half at ISU while Kenny Logan Jr. sits

Anyone within earshot of Kansas football veteran Kenny Logan Jr. Thursday morning found out how much he is not looking forward to missing the first half of the Jayhawks’ Saturday game at Iowa State. That’s when defensive coordinator Brian Borland shared that Logan vowed he will “never get another targeting penalty as long as he lives.”

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IARP update on Kansas basketball infractions case now expected on Oct. 11

An update on the Kansas men’s basketball program’s infractions case from the Independent Accountability Resolutions Process that was expected to come early next week now has a specific date. By Matt Tait