1. Report: Kansas Coach Pleads Guilty to Marijuana Possession

    Kansas assistant coach Jerrance Howard plead guilty last summer to a misdemeanor possession charge while back home in his native Peoria, Illinois, according to a report from the Peoria Journal Star...

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  2. KU Athletics Reports Record Revenue Again

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  3. Kansas Hype Video

    Jayhawks fans, thanks to Perry Ellis, Frank Mason III, and Wayne Selden Jr., your eleventh straight Big 12 title is within reach. Now, get pumped for the postseason and a run to the Final Four with this hype video...

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  4. No. 8 Kansas Overwhelms Texas Tech 73-51

    LUBBOCK, Texas -- Wayne Selden Jr. scored 16 points and No. 8 Kansas shot well from 3-point range, beating Texas Tech 73-51 on Tuesday night. .....

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  5. Kansas, Notre Dame Look To Bounce Back

    Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams describe what Kansas and Notre Dame each need to do to bounce back from conference losses.....

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  6. Kansas Remains No. 8 in Associated Press College Basketball Poll

    Kansas' loss at Oklahoma State, coming five days after an impressive defeat of visiting Iowa State, didn't hurt Kansas in the Associated Press college basketball poll, released today...

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  7. Notebook: Frank Mason Whistled for 'T' in Road Loss

    Stillwater, Olka. — Kansas University sophomore Frank Mason III was hit with a technical foul with 2:40 left in the first half and the Jayhawks leading Oklahoma State by 11 points ...

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  8. Kansas' Greene Golden from Three-Point Range

    With nine games left in the regular season and anywhere between two and nine to play in the postseason, Brannen Greene is on pace to become the top single-season three-point shooter — percentagewise — in Kansas University basketball history...

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  9. Experts Say KU Final 4 Shoo-in

    It's never too early for college basketball analysts and fans to discuss the NCAA Tournament and Final Four...

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  10. KU Chalkboard: How Kansas Remade Itself into the Big 12 Favorite Again

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  11. The Greatness of Bill Self's Big 12 Streak

    Outside Lawrence, Kansas, Bill Self is both overlooked and praised. Consistency tends to breed that reaction.....

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  12. Medcalf: Oubre Flourishing After Slow Start

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  13. KU Chalkboard: How Wayne Selden Helped Protect the Rim Against K-State

    LAWRENCE One of the themes of this Kansas basketball season has been the lack of a classic rim-protector...

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  14. New-Look Kansas Becoming Its Usual Dominant Force, Thriving Behind Early Changes

    LAWRENCE, Kan. — Bill Self won 10 straight Big 12 titles one way. Get an All-American big man to Lawrence. Throw the ball into the low post. Let the big dog eat...

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  15. KU Basketball Team Climbs to No. 8 in AP Poll

    Kansas climbed one spot to No. 8 in the latest Associated Press poll. The Jayhawks, 18-3, take on No. 11 Iowa State on Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse. The Cyclones, 16-4, jumped four spots from last week...

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  16. Photo: KU Coaches Gave out Free Pizza to Students Camping Out

    The No. 8 Kansas Jayhawks host No. 11 Iowa State tonight in a match-up between the top two teams in the Big 12...

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  17. Former KU Players Flock to Sunflower Showdown

    A group of former Kansas University basketball players cheered from the stands during the Jayhawks' 68-57 victory over Kansas State on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse...

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  18. KU Ready for ISU on Big Monday

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  19. Hot start carries Kansas to rivalry win

    If Saturday's 68-57 victory over Kansas State by the Kansas University men's basketball team at Allen Fieldhouse seemed familiar, it's because you've probably seen it before and could've ...

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  20. Ellis' Double-Double Leads No. 9 KU over KSU

    Perry Ellis had 16 points and 12 rebounds and No. 9 Kansas bolted to a big lead in the opening minutes Saturday in a 68-57 victory Saturday over Kansas State.....

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  21. Bill Self on the Loss of Kansas-Missouri Rivalry: 'It Hasn't Been Great'

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  22. How TCU Punished Kansas on the Offensive Glass

    Kansas accomplished something pretty rare during a 64-61 victory over TCU on Wednesday night. The Jayhawks allowed the Horned Frogs to grab 26 offensive rebounds, snatching more than 45 percent of available offensive boards...

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  23. Column: Jayhawks Banking on Mason

    Watching Frank Mason play basketball prompts a question to which no answer easily comes to mind: Is there a sport he could not excel at had he grown up playing it? .....

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  24. Jayhawks Unveil Sweet 1988 Throwback Unis

    LAWRENCE, Kan. – A year ago, adidas and Kansas men's basketball stepped up their swag game with a set of intricately-designed new uniforms.....

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  25. Jayhawks' Wayne Selden Jr. Shows His Strength with a Powerful Putback Dunk

    Kansas' sophomore guard Wayne Selden Jr. drives it home on the putback in the first half of the Jayhawks' 64-61 win over TCU...

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