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WHO SHOULD BE IN KU’S STARTING FIVE?

As all Kansas Jayhawks fans know, Josh Selby becomes eligible to play for KU starting Saturday, December 18th vs USC.    Who do I think should be in the starting five?

Selby

Taylor

Reed

Mc Morris

Mk Morris

Seems pretty obvious?    It might, but I will still be surprised if Selby is starting right away.  Bill Self likes to

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Kansas Football’s Amazing Comeback Victory

Last Saturday the Kansas Jayhawks pulled off the university’s greatest comeback ever in a thrilling 52-45 win over Colorado.  The ‘Hawks scored 35 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to overcome the Buffalos’ 45-17 lead.  Most spectators left Memorial Stadium by then, leaving only a select few that were able

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Josh Selby Debut!

On Saturday December 18, 2010 the much anticipated debut of the highly recruited and talented G Josh Selby will finally happen. Some experts have Selby as the #1 recruit in the 2010 class. His eligibility has been in question because of his relationshipe with Robert “Bay” Frazier, a longtime family friend

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Upcoming Sprint Center Events

December is usually filled with buying gifts for everyone else. Make sure to not forget about yourself this year. The Kansas City Sprint Center has many shows coming up in the month of December for everyone to enjoy. You can see a concert, basketball game or even catch a volleyball

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College Basketball At The Sprint Center!!!

Can’t make it to Lawrence, Manhattan or Columbia for a college basketball game this year? No big deal all three of them are playing at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. You can catch the Missouri Tigers on November 30th against the Georgetown Hoyas, the Kansas Jayhawks on December 11th

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Kansas Basketball is Officially Underway

The University of Kansas  officially kicked off their 2010-11 basketball campaign last Friday night in front of 16,300 fans at ‘Late Night in the Phog’.  Fans lined up outside of Allen Fieldhouse for hours in anticipation to see the Jayhawks first formal practice.  The Jayhawk faithful also got a first

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