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  1. Kansas Jayhawks coach Bill Self, who will be initiated into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame later this year, has decided he no longer wants to just recruit traditionally ...

  2. A late sixth-inning rally ultimately fell short and Kansas lost the home series opener, 5-4. A deep double to right field in the first inning by sophomore Devin Foyle brought in junior ...

  3. Big 12 breakdown: Hot and cold teams of 2018 recruiting

    Rivals Articles via Yahoo Sports2 days ago

    KANSAS JAYHAWKS Aaron Brule The Jayhawks were the hot team in the conference in February after getting commitments from three four-star players out of Louisiana. Though ...

  4. The NBA Draft isn’t until late June, but here’s a look at five potential draft picks the Philadelphia 76ers should have their eye on. The Philadelphia 76ers have a strong core of players in ...

  5. Already loaded with top-notch talent via transfers, Kansas has added another game-changer to its arsenal to make the future look even brighter in Lawrence. California point guard Charlie ...

  6. After dominant performances on the Occoquan Reservoir in Lake Ridge, Virginia, the Kansas Jayhawks won both the team trophy and the conference trophy at the George Mason Invitational ...

  7. Kansas coach Bill Self confirmed to the Journal-World that transfers Sam Cunliffe, Dedric Lawson, K.J. Lawson and Charlie Moore will be eligible to play with the Jayhawks during ...

  8. Kansas tied an NCAA record by winning its 13th straight conference title this year. Every year, people wonder if this will be the year that someone besides the Jayhawks will win ...

  9. Bengals draft defensive end Willis in third round

    Springfield News-Sun20 hours ago

    The Cincinnati Bengals continued their shopping spree for speed Friday night in the third round when they took Kansas State defensive end Jordan Willis, whose 4.53 40-yard dash at the ...

  10. To the surprise of nobody, more SEC players were drafted than any other conference. Meanwhile, Alabama and Michigan set school records in the draft.

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