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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 15, 2014
December 16, 2014
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 15, 2014
Baker men drop Haskell
December 16, 2014
Tyrome Parker scored 17 points, Daniel Young added 16 and EJ Carter and Javeion Gray contributed 10 apiece as Baker University downed Haskell Indian Nations University, 88-76, in college men’s basketball on Monday at Collins Center.
Source: OF Rios, Royals agree for $11M
December 16, 2014
Outfielder Alex Rios and the Kansas City Royals have agreed to an $11 million, one-year contract, a person with knowledge of the negotiations said Monday.
Big boost: Lopsided win inspires LHS girls
December 16, 2014
As the final seconds ticked off the clock on Monday night, Lawrence High girls basketball players had wide smiles on their faces, as their hard work finally showed some positive results. By Bobby Nightengale
KU suddenly thin at point guard
December 16, 2014
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self is hoping the sprained ankle point guard Frank Mason III sustained against Florida on Dec. 5 is the sophomore’s last injury of the 2014-15 season. By Gary Bedore
Column: Three football red shirts stand out
December 16, 2014
The same question has been asked late in the season of every Kansas University head football coach in recent years: What players who are red-shirting this season have stood out in practice? By Tom Keegan
Juco RB Kinner picks Kansas
December 15, 2014
Kansas University football program picked up yet another commitment from the Class of 2015 Monday afternoon.
Another Texas athlete commits to Beaty, Kansas football
December 15, 2014
The break in the latest Kansas University football recruiting haul lasted barely 12 hours, as KU coach David Beaty and his program picked up another oral commitment Monday morning.
Self: Kansas grades out OK so far
December 14, 2014
Kansas University’s basketball players enter finals week having earned a passing grade on the hardwood. By Gary Bedore
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 14, 2014
December 14, 2014
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 14, 2014
Column: Frank Mason crucial for Kansas
December 14, 2014
Timing isn’t everything, but it can play cruel jokes on those who don’t wait patiently before making decisions. By Tom Keegan
Chiefs roll over Raiders, 31-13
December 14, 2014
Andy Reid preached all week for the Kansas City Chiefs to rediscover their identity. Find the swagger that had gone missing during a three-game losing streak that put their playoff hopes in peril. They found it during a five-minute stretch of the second half Sunday.
KU women rely on backcourt to beat Arkansas State
04:07 p.m., December 14, 2014 Updated 11:32 p.m.
Major foul trouble limited Kansas University senior forward Chelsea Gardner to just four second-half minutes Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse, but the Jayhawks relied on their backcourt and secured a 62-48 victory against Arkansas State.
KU football picks up 5 commitments from busy weekend
December 14, 2014
Last week, during his first week on the job, Kansas University football coach David Beaty wasted no time in hitting the recruiting trail. This weekend, with 11 prospects making official visits to campus, five future Jayhawks rewarded that effort by wasting little time committing to Kansas.
Lions’ Clothier wins in Eudora
December 14, 2014
Lawrence High junior Alan Clothier won the 182-pound weight-class bracket Saturday at the Eudora Tournament of Champions.
FSHS swimmers fourth at Olathe
December 14, 2014
Free State High’s boys swimming and diving team took fourth place among 18 teams, while Lawrence High finished seventh at the Olathe Invitational on Friday night.
Firebirds’ Steele stays undefeated
December 14, 2014
Free State freshman Tate Steele won three matches and took first place at 106 pounds in the Shawnee Mission Northwest Invitational on Saturday.
Lions take Blue Valley Shootout title
December 14, 2014
Lawrence High’s boys basketball team usually leans on star guards Anthony Bonner, Justin Roberts and John Barbee in big games.
Free State girls go to 4-0 with win over Lansing
December 14, 2014
Free State High’s girls basketball team raised its record to 4-0 with a 59-51 victory over Lansing on Saturday.
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 13, 2014
December 13, 2014
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 13, 2014
Notebook: Jamari Traylor produces following suspension
December 13, 2014
Kansas University junior forward Jamari Traylor, who returned from a one-game suspension in KU’s 63-60 win against Utah Saturday at Sprint Center, had 13 points and five boards in 26 minutes. He was five of five from the line.
Kansas will have to wait and see about Graham’s availability
Freshman PG could be out four weeks or longer
December 13, 2014
Kansas University point guard Devonté Graham, who suffered a severely sprained right big toe in Wednesday’s win at Georgetown, will miss at least a month of basketball and perhaps the rest of his freshman season, coach Bill Self said Saturday. By Gary Bedore
No worries: Jayhawks ‘expect’ to make crunch-time plays
December 13, 2014
Kansas University’s basketball players saw a 21-point lead vanish and actually turn into a two-point deficit late in Saturday’s non-conference clash against Utah before a shell-shocked crowd of 17,627 fans in Sprint Center. The Jayhawks didn’t panic. They made a batch of big plays during crunch time to survive the No. 13-rated Utes, 63-60.
Column: Jayhawks winning in mysterious ways
December 13, 2014
This is not your typical Kansas basketball team, not like most top-10 teams, either. The Jayhawks are great and then they’re awful and so it goes. They do consistently get it together in time to pull out close games, ones in which they come from behind and others in which they fall from ahead, watching huge leads vanish. Column by Tom Keegan
Utes ‘proud’ of late surge
December 13, 2014
His team trailed by 18 at halftime, 21 early in the second half and gave up a two-point lead late. Yet there Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak sat, opening his postgame meeting with the media following Saturday’s 63-60 loss to Kansas University with the word “proud” being one of the first to come out of his mouth. By Matt Tait

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