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Kansas forward Cliff Alexander watches warmups on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015 at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas University officials announced that Alexander will not play against Texas after they were alerted to a potential eligibility issue involving Alexander by the NCAA.

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Cliff Alexander hopes to make up for lost time

NBA scouts and front-office personnel didn’t get to see much of Cliff Alexander in his one season at Kansas University. As a result, the 6-foot-8 1⁄2 power forward from Chicago said during a media session at the Draft Combine he’ll have to prove himself to various teams in the weeks to come. By Benton Smith

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Bill Self reiterates nothing has changed with Cliff Alexander

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self spoke with ESPN’s Andy Katz Monday about freshman Cliff Alexander and indicated he won’t play in the NCAA Tournament.

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Cliff Alexander situation remains in stalemate

An attorney representing Kansas University freshman forward Cliff Alexander put out a statement on Thursday, before KU’s 64-59 win over TCU at the Big 12 Tournament, indicating the NCAA will not meet with the KU big man until he provides documents that Alexander apparently does not possess.

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Attorney for Cliff Alexander says freshman waiting on NCAA

An attorney for Kansas University freshman forward Cliff Alexander released a statement on the Chicago native’s NCAA eligibility issues on Thursday.

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Bill Self: A negative ruling on Cliff Alexander would keep him out of NCAAs

Kansas University freshman Cliff Alexander did not make the trip to Oklahoma Saturday for the Jayhawks’ 75-73 setback, because of his issue with the NCAA that has been described as a possible extra benefit situation involving an agent and Alexander’s family. Before Saturday’s game, Yahoo!Sports reported that Cliff’s “family” met with agents last August and his mom, Latillia, made a public filing in August tying her to a financial firm. By Gary Bedore

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Bill Self says there's no news on Cliff Alexander situation as work-week begins

There's been no decision by the NCAA regarding Cliff Alexander's eligibility issue.

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Potential violation forces Cliff Alexander out of lineup

Kansas University freshman forward Cliff Alexander sat out Saturday’s game against Texas over a potential NCAA violation. KU athletic director Sheahon Zenger said the NCAA “has alerted us to an issue that could affect Cliff’s eligibility. As a precautionary measure, Cliff will not take the court until we have resolved the issue.” By Gary Bedore

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Cliff Alexander won't play against Texas as KU looks into potential issue

Less than a couple of hours before Kansas University’s men’s basketball Saturday home game against Texas, the school announced one of its starters won’t play.

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