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Veteran defense should be strength for KU football

Kansas safety Cassius Sendish arrived on campus in January of last year, a junior-college transfer ready to provide immediate help to a lagging secondary.

Joel Embiid will leave KU to enter NBA Draft

Joel Embiid’s freshman season at Kansas was cut short because of a back injury. His basketball career at KU was cut short by his enormous potential.

KU’s Joel Embiid will reveal his plans Wednesday

Kansas freshman center Joel Embiid is set to announce where he'll be playing basketball next season.

Jayhawks take series from K-State

Kansas defeated Kansas State 2-1 on Sunday in Manhattan, bouncing back from a blowout loss on Friday to take the series from the Wildcats by winning the final two games.

KU football planning to pick up the pace

Jake Heaps uses words like speed and pressure. Montell Cozart is talking about tempo. They say the Kansas offense won’t huddle any more, because that would make things easier on the defense.

Kansas beats Kansas State 6-3

Kansas piled up 13 hits and beat Kansas State 6-3 on Saturday before a soldout baseball crowd at Tointon Family Stadium in Manhattan.

KU recruit Kelly Oubre is talented, brash

At some point, the swelling Afro became too mainstream, too conformist.

Kansas beats Wichita State 4-2

Wichita State first baseman Casey Gillaspie has played enough baseball to know hitting a ball hard can mean nothing. Or worse than that, as in the case of his eighth-inning smash that started a double play in a 4-2 loss to Kansas on Tuesday.

Future Jayhawk Cliff Alexander tries to lure Myles Turner to KU

Early on Monday morning, Cliff Alexander and Myles Turner stepped onto the same floor here inside the Quest Multiplex gym on the west side of Chicago, preparing for Wednesday night’s McDonald’s All-American Game at the United Center. Alexander, a Chicago native who signed with Kansas in the fall, is one of the top frontcourt players in the senior class. So is Turner, who has yet to pick his college destination. “I told him: ‘Come be a Jayhawk, Bill Self will get you ready,’” Alexander said.

Andrew Wiggins says he will declare for NBA Draft after one season at KU

Andrew Wiggins made his decision to enter the NBA Draft official, as if there was any doubt. “At end of the day, I decided I will enter the draft. It wasn’t an easy decision,” Wiggins said Monday at a news conference.

KU’s Wiggins will enter NBA Draft

When Andrew Wiggins arrived at Kansas last summer, he was open about his list of goals for the coming year: He wanted to win a Big 12 championship, win the NCAA title; and become the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.

KU reaches top 20 in revenue; K-State shows athletic surplus for 4th straight year

In his first three years at Kansas, athletic director Sheahon Zenger has often use carpenters’ terms to describe his business and leadership style. Measure twice before you cut. Precision is more important than haste. The details should be savored, not swept aside.

Embiid, mentor refute report that he’s entering NBA Draft

LAWRENCE – An online report says Kansas freshman Joel Embiid is headed for the NBA Draft, but he and his mentor have tweeted Thursday that he hadn’t made up his mind.

KU to lower student fee for athletics

The Kansas athletic department is poised to lose close to $340,000 in net revenue after a student-led push to eliminate a $25 per semester campus fee designated for women’s and non-revenue sports.

Heaps at home in new KU offense

The new Kansas football offense is no-huddle and spread out, and that sounds about perfect to senior quarterback Jake Heaps.

Embiid’s injury created crack in Jayhawks’ game

LAWRENCE — The first sign something was wrong came 43 days before the end. On a snowy afternoon in early February, No. 8 Kansas was wrapping up a 83-69 victory over West Virginia inside Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks were rolling, moving to 18-5 and 9-1 in the Big 12. Bill Self and his young Jayhawks were already starting to dream big.

Jayhawks try to comprehend quick ouster

ST. LOUIS – Television cameras are almost always an inconvenience for athletes following a difficult loss, but the saving grace for Kansas’ players following a 60-57 defeat against Stanford is that the cameras gave them somewhere to look.

Frankamp’s shooting keeps Kansas close

It was the type of shot Conner Frankamp dreamed about as a child.

Stanford eliminates Kansas 60-57

ST. LOUIS — All across the locker room, amidst the stillness and the sadness, the Kansas Jayhawks’ freshmen sat in near silence.

Wiggins family made Sunflower State a good fit

ST. LOUIS — They grew up in a quiet suburb outside Toronto, a place where you had to work to care about the NCAA Tournament.

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