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Gary Bedore

Rookies drawing praise
KU freshmen earn rave reviews after Nebraska win
February 10, 2006
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self recently decreed his three freshmen starters “sophomores at the least.”
KU not ranked - yet
February 7, 2006
Victories over No. 19-ranked Oklahoma and unrated Texas Tech weren’t enough to propel Kansas University’s red-hot men’s basketball team into the Top 25 this week.
Rush making his mark
Freshman likely to become active career scoring leader
February 3, 2006
In what is partly a testament to Brandon Rush’s ability and also a strong sign of Kansas University’s youth, Rush, KU’s freshman guard out of Kansas City, Mo., soon figures to become the Jayhawks’ active career leading scorer.
Oh, what a night!
Red-hot KU rolls over Tech
January 31, 2006
Kansas University’s men’s basketball team just might be the best unranked squad in the land.
Bedore: Bah humbug to any thoughts of a big holiday story
December 25, 2005
The calendar says a major holiday is upon us which means some big, local story is bound to break today. Well, that’s not 100 percent guaranteed, but forgive me for approaching Christmas 2005 with a bit of trepidation.
Talkin’ Kansas basketball
Keegan, Bedore hold court, Hawaiian-style
November 27, 2005
Sports editor Tom Keegan and assistant sports editor Gary Bedore held an oceanside conversation Thursday while C.J. Giles, Russell Robinson, Julian Wright, Brandon Rush, Micah Downs, Mario Chalmers, Moulaye Niang, Matt Kleinmann and Sasha Kaun played in the massive waves and, in some cases, even body-surfed on Kaanapali Beach in Lahaina, Maui.
Postcard from paradise: Gary Bedore
November 22, 2005
Greetings from Maui: Monday morning’s activities reminded me of why I like covering afternoon KU basketball games in Hawaii so much (remember, KU and Arizona tipped off at 4 p.m. Maui time).
Bedore: KU had tumultuous offseason
October 14, 2005
I don’t have to remind you that the college basketball season officially begins tonight with “Late Night in the Phog” at Allen Fieldhouse.
Bedore: Knight on TV? Get real
August 7, 2005
ESPN execs believe they have a hit reality-TV show in the making starring Texas Tech basketball coach Bob Knight.
Bedore: Change of scenery for Giddens, change of name for bar
July 3, 2005
Here’s some sound Bedore Business Consultant’s advice - free of charge - for the owner of Lawrence’s Moon Bar: Change the name of your establishment.
KU must avoid 0-3 run in Maui
May 9, 2005
Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of columns in which Journal-World assistant sports editor Gary Bedore answers questions about Kansas University men’s basketball.
Players must earn playing time at practice
May 8, 2005
This is the second in a series of columns where Journal-World assistant sports editor Gary Bedore answers questions about Kansas University men’s basketball.
Ask Gary: Popular Bahe headed to greener pastures
May 7, 2005
This is the first in a series of columns in which Journal-World assistant sports editor Gary Bedore answers questions about Kansas University men’s basketball.
Gary’s Diary: Canada
Journal-World men’s basketball writer Gary Bedore chronicled his Labor Day weekend trip to Canada for the Jayhawks’ four exhibition games. This is his story.
September 8, 2004
During the Roy Williams era, I dutifully followed Kansas University’s men’s basketball team to Alaska and Hawaii, not to mention San Diego, New Orleans, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Portland, Ore., and even Grand Forks, N.D.
Bedore: Texas doesn’t deserve Big 12 hoops Media Day
November 2, 2003
Reflections from Thursday’s Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Day in Dallas: First, the obvious: Media Day should be held in Kansas City, not football-crazed Texas — a state whose residents could care less about college basketball this time of year.

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