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Kansas LB Heeney a Wildcat? ‘Glad I’m not’
In some alternate reality, Ben Heeney could be the face of another team’s defense. By Benton Smith
Bombs away: Rhode Island's game plan backfires
Rhode Island, coached by Danny Hurley, came into Thursday's Orlando Classic game against Kansas University with a game-plan based on the Jayhawks' dismal three-point shooting in the first three games of the season. The Rams dared them to shoot. By Tom Keegan
Column: Self prefers patience with first-year prodigies
Kansas University put a 76-60 beat-down on Rhode Island in an opening round Orlando Classic game at HP Fieldhouse. So many strong efforts to discuss, yet the message-board mentality of “I want the world and I want it now,” forever lurks and occasionally finds its way into KU coach Bill Self’s world. Column by Tom Keegan
Jayhawks bond while stuck in hotel elevator on Wednesday
KU's basketball players were stuck on an elevator on Wednesday for about 10 minutes. By Gary Bedore
Extra oomph: Ellis forceful in win over RIU
One of Kansas University’s most forceful dunkers thus far this basketball season has been the unlikeliest of candidates: calm, cool, collected, laid-back Perry Ellis. The 6-foot-8 Ellis score a team-leading 17 points in the Jayhawks’ 76-60 first-round Orlando Classic victory over Rhode Island in HP Field House. By Gary Bedore
Jayhawks celebrate Thanksgiving with victory at Orlando Classic
There clearly was no concern about the tryptophan effect for the Kansas University men's basketball team on this Thanksgiving in Orlando. Playing in the quarterfinals of the Orlando Classic on the Walt Disney World resort, the Jayhawks stormed out of the gate and put Rhode Island in a big hole in a hurry en route to a 76-60 victory over the Rams.
Jayhawks put it all together in convincing victory
Sometimes basketball really is a simple game — shoot, pass, score, rebound, win. Wednesday night was one of those times for the Kansas University women’s basketball team, which rocked Iona, 90-49, at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas volleyball sweeps West Virginia
It wasn’t always as easy as it looked for Kansas University’s volleyball team on Wednesday in a straight-set, 25-19, 25-23, 25-15 victory over West Virginia.
KU expresses respect for K-State program
As the Kansas University football program prepares for Saturday’s Sunflower Showdown in Manhattan against a team it has defeated just five times in the past 23 seasons, the focus is on K-State quarterback Jake Waters, Wildcats wide receiver Tyler Lockett and KSU defensive end Ryan Mueller.
Self: Tourney title a priority
Bill Self would like to see Kansas University’s basketball players hoist a trophy after playing three games this week in the Orlando Classic.
KU women rock Iona, 90-49
Behind red-hot shooting from three-point range on Wednesday night, the Kansas University women's basketball team rocked Iona, 90-49, at Allen Fieldhouse.
Column: Bowen discovers dual roles daunting
In wearing multiple hats on one head, Clint Bowen routinely has given the good-soldier response to questions regarding how to juggle the duties of a head coach and defensive coordinator.
Kiesau’s counsel: Savor the moment
Kansas University co-offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau has spent the early part of the week doing his best to break down the reality that lies ahead for the KU football team, which will play its season finale at 3 p.m. Saturday against Sunflower State rival Kansas State in Manhattan.
Lucas likes first time in KU's starting lineup
Landen Lucas now knows what it’s like to be introduced as a starter at tradition-rich Kansas University.
Tharpe has strong start in D-League
Former Kansas University point guard Naadir Tharpe has averaged 6.8 points and 4.8 assists a game in his first five games with the Los Angeles D-fenders of the NBA Developmental League. The team plays in the Lakers’ practice facility which seats under 200 fans.
Kansas women’s basketball at a glance (11-26-2014)
Here's a look at Wednesday night's women's basketball matchup between Kansas University and Iona.
Report: Henry done for season
ESPN reported Monday that former KU guard Xavier Henry of the Los Angeles Lakers has a ruptured left Achilles and will miss the rest of the season.
Notebook: KU freshmen make watch list
Kansas University’s Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre Jr., are included on the preseason Wayman Tisdale Award watch list. The award, which goes to the country’s top freshman, is sponsored by the USBWA. Duke’s Jabari Parker won a year ago.
Perry Ellis scores 17 to bounce back
Kansas University junior forward Perry Ellis, who had four points and two boards against Kentucky, responded with 17 points in 26 minutes during KU’s 87-60 home win against Rider.
Self has hard time starting 'guys who are late to tutoring'
Sophomore Landen Lucas (career best nine points, four boards, two steals) was in the starting lineup for this first time in his career Monday night in Kansas University’s 87-60 victory over Rider.

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