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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.

KU baseball knocked out of Big 12 tourney in two games

Now Kansas will wait.

Kansas gives up lead, loses to West Virginia in Big 12 tourney opener

Nine outs from a victory, and holding a six-run lead, Kansas looked to be in perfect position to add to its NCAA Tournament credentials on the opening day of the Big 12 baseball tournament. Then it all came unraveled.

Kansas basketball signs Ukranian 16-year-old

The tip arrived in the Kansas basketball office in the early spring, a mysterious name with a nearly unpronounceable arrangement of 20 letters.

Weis appears ready to move on from Heaps at QB

By Rustin Dodd

Kansas baseball charges into Big 12 Tournament

LAWRENCE – First came the pain, a little dose of tightness in the elbow of Kansas ace Wes Benjamin. Then came the dread, heavy and ominous. As Benjamin walked slowly off the mound on a Friday night in March, the Jayhawks’ baseball season was teetering on the brink of relevancy.

Overseas trip inspired Jayhawks

The journey began in Ireland. They toured Dunluce Castle, near the coast. They survived on baked beans with eggs and porridge at the breakfast table. They tramped around golf courses in a golfing-mad country.

Kansas softball team may reignite Border War

LAWRENCE – The starting pitcher grew up in Blue Springs, in the heart of Mizzou country, so of course she wants to play the Tigers. Kelsey Kessler is just slightly worried about saying this. Same goes for the entire Kansas softball team.

Report: Kansas basketball schedules visit with Ukranian player

LAWRENCE – Kansas basketball coach Bill Self is pursuing another international prospect.

A look at KU's non-con basketball schedule

By Rustin Dodd

Two players leave KU football program; Jake Heaps’ status unchanged

Names keep disappearing from the Kansas football roster, but one rather prominent one remains.

KU releases 2014-15 nonconference basketball schedule

Kansas’ nonconference basketball schedule is officially set for 2014-15.

Kansas’ Andrew White III will transfer

Before Andrew White III decided to leave Kansas, he wanted to meet with his teammates.

Ask Sports: How many teams has Drew Gooden played for?

I saw Drew Gooden playing for the Washington Wizards in the NBA Playoffs. How long has he played there? How many teams has he played for? How many other KU players are still alive in the postseason?

Ben McLemore back in Lawrence to continue work on degree, NBA game

There are many frustrating things about being an NBA rookie, the least of which is the creative hazing. Ben McLemore spent part of his first season in Sacramento with a pink backpack slung around his shoulder — the roundish, cutesy logo on full display.

KU plays host to Florida in SEC/Big 12 Challenge; K-State travels to Tennessee

In the second season of the Big 12-SEC Challenge, Kansas will get a rematch with Florida at Allen Fieldhouse.

Miege quarterback commits to KU for 2015

LAWRENCE – Bishop Miege quarterback Ryan Willis committed to Kansas on Friday, becoming the first member of the Jayhawks’ 2015 recruiting class.

Point guard Devonte Graham signs with KU basketball team

One day after Naadir Tharpe announced his intentions to transfer, Kansas landed another point guard from Brewster Academy.

Tharpe transferring from Kansas with one year remaining

LAWRENCE – Naadir Tharpe moved along Massachusetts Streets on a cool night in early April, passing a crowd of college students. It was a Saturday night in a college town, and the streets overflowed with the usual signs of college: Kids blowing off steam after a week of classes.

Myles Turner picks Texas over Kansas, others

LAWRENCE – Just before 3:20 p.m., Myles Turner pulled a floppy, burnt-orange bucket hat onto his head and smiled. The gymnasium inside Trinity High School in Euless, Texas, had already begun to fill with shrieking and clapping. The TV lights and cameras still were pointed directly at Turner, the 6-foot-11 basketball recruit wearing a tan tweed suit and bow tie.

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