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Jayhawks prepared to go global

Basketball is a global game. Bill Self knows this, of course. He’s coached a big man from Russia, a small forward from Canada and a graceful 7-foot center from Cameroon.

Kansas will represent U.S. on world stage

The Kansas basketball program will soon be representing the United States in an international competition. The first question: What jerseys will Kansas wear?

Former KU QB Jake Heaps transfers to Miami

Former Kansas Jayhawk Jake Heaps is heading to the University of Miami, a program that could be in need of a starting quarterback.

KU’s need for a point guard matches well with Graham’s late rise

By the summer of 2012, Broughton High basketball coach Jeff Ferrell was growing a little concerned. It was just days after another AAU tournament, and Ferrell picked up the phone and called his star player, a soft-spoken point guard named Devonte Graham.

Jake Heaps, Darrian Miller leave KU football team

Charlie Weis had big hopes for quarterback Jake Heaps and running back Darrian Miller. They were both former blue-chip recruits, each looking for a second chance, and they offered the kind of optimism that was often absent in the Kansas football program.

KU’s Vollmer withdraws from heptathlon title defense

Lindsay Vollmer’s NCAA title defense is over.

Kansas’ Traylor focuses on improving offense

LAWRENCE – His best friend is gone now, so Jamari Traylor can admit it. He’s going to miss Naadir Tharpe.

KU’s Wayne Selden welcomes leadership role

Wayne Selden was still dripping with sweat as he pushed through a glass doorway and found a seat near a staircase outside the Kansas practice gym.

Kansas women ready for NCAA track

LAWRENCE – Sydney Conley is not the most famous or accomplished athlete in her family. That might be her older brother, Mike, a point guard with the Memphis Grizzlies. Or it might be her father, Mike Conley Sr., a gold medalist in the triple jump at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.

Alexander quietly begins career at Kansas

When Andrew Wiggins landed at Kansas City International Airport last June, a small crowd of KU fans had assembled outside the gate, waiting with signs and jerseys.

KU plans to re-allocate some Allen Fieldhouse student seats for donors

For years, the 120 seats in Section U at Allen Fieldhouse provided KU students with some of the best seats in the building. From the first rows of the section, located just off the floor and adjacent to the Kansas bench, you could see spit fly and Bill Self’s face turn tomato red.

Kansas transfer Hunter Mickelson ready for his chance on court

The decision came on April 30 in a gymnasium in Euless, Texas. Myles Turner, the most coveted remaining big-man prospect in the country, sat at a long table after narrowing his final list of schools to a small group that included Kansas and in-state favorite Texas.

Kentucky sends KU packing at NCAA regional

For the second consecutive game in the Louisville Regional of the NCAA Tournament, the Kansas baseball team found itself in a hole it couldn’t dig out of.

Louisville topples Jayhawks in NCAAs

Kansas University senior right-handed pitcher Frank Duncan attained one of his goals during the second day of the Louisville Regional in the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.

Kansas baseball wins regional opener 10-6

Kansas baseball coach Ritch Price has been in a ton of different situations during his 35-plus year baseball coaching career.

Kentucky star will challenge Jayhawks

His name is A.J. Reed, and he hits home runs. They are sometimes mammoth, sometimes laser shots, but the consistent theme is this: When Reed, a Kentucky junior, swings the bat, he often hits the ball out of the ballpark.

Gardner-Edgerton serves as launching pad for top Big 12 pole vaulters

“We get started young,” Kyle Wait is saying.

KU baseball finds success without top pitcher

The cast on his left arm, cumbersome and bulky, is gone now. So is the lighter brace that took its place for five weeks.

Jayhawks earn No. 3 seed in NCAA regional

The only solace came from the other coaches. The only comfort came from the fact that Kansas baseball coach Ritch Price believed his team was safely in.

Charlie Weis says he wants to reclaim Wichita for Kansas football

It was perhaps, out of the mouth of babes, that third-year Kansas football coach Charlie Weis was most on the hotseat during Thursday’s packed, Kansas Football Preview Party at Larry Bud’s.

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