Archive for Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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12:12 a.m.
Kansas center Jeff Withey gets a long arm over a shot by San Jose State guard Xavier Jones during the first half on Monday, Nov. 26, 2012 at Allen Fieldhouse. A ‘special’ feat: Jeff Withey records triple-double, helps KU top San Jose State
November 27, 2012
On a night when Kansas coach Bill Self said his team “didn’t do anything,” KU center Jeff Withey saved the Jayhawks with KU’s second official triple double in a 70-57 win over San Jose State. By Gary Bedore • Box score • KU coach Bill Self postgame audio • Notebook: Zach Peters to leave KU basketball team because of health issues
6:00 a.m.
Kansas head coach Bill Self yells at his players to get it together after a near turnover against San Jose State during the second half on Monday, Nov. 26, 2012 at Allen Fieldhouse. Opinion: Bill Self not happy with team’s guard play
November 27, 2012
Generally, the worse Kansas coach Bill Self’s team plays, the more colorful the coach’s post-game remarks. Monday was no exception, writes Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan.
10:00 a.m.
Lindsay Buscher, left, of Lawrence, and Karen Rippel, of Topeka, enjoy an outdoor lunch Monday on Massachusetts Street. The city is considering lifting a long-standing ban against downtown bars applying for sidewalk seating areas. City to consider new regulations for sidewalk dining umbrellas, music, signs in downtown Lawrence
November 26, 2012
City commissioners at their Tuesday evening meeting are set to create stricter regulations on when restaurants can use umbrellas as part of their sidewalk dining areas. By Chad Lawhorn
12:00 p.m.
Kansas University Students walk on Jayhawk Boulevard past Lippincott Hall in this Journal-World file photo. Legislative committee hears proposed KU admissions standards
November 26, 2012
Kansas University’s tougher admission standards are inching closer to reality. On Monday, state and KU officials briefed the House-Senate Committee on Rules and Regulations about the proposed standards, and the Kansas Board of Regents will probably put the finishing touches on them next month. By Scott Rothschild

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