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Jackson, Mason lead Kansas to CBE Classic title The Kansas Jayhawks will head back to Lawrence after earning another in-season tournament title for head coach Bill Self, taking down Georgia in the College Basketball Experience Classic championship 65-54. KU fans saw freshman Josh Jackson stay out of

Josh Jackson Shows Out in Opening Round of CBE Classic The Kansas Jayhawks claimed the evening game of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City over the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers by a score of 83-63. KU head coach Bill Self's squad overwhelmed UAB at the Sprint

Jayhawks’ Poirier on the Board at Kansas Relays Universities from across the central United States gathered for the 89th Kansas Relays on Wednesday. The men’s decathlon kicked off day one at Rock Chalk Park Kansas 6-foot junior Dylan Poirier found himself in fifth-place after

Cozart and Gonzalez Show Out for Stale Offense   The tandem of senior quarterback Montell Cozart and junior wide receiver LaQuvionte Gonzalez helped move the Kansas offense in the annual Spring Game at Memorial Stadium. Cozart came into the scrimmage as the number 1 QB and

Brandon Bourbon Found Dead Former KU football player Brandon Bourbon, 24, was found dead today according to ABC 17 News. Bourbon was found on a property off Route AA near Vienna. The death was reported as a suicide. Bourbon had been

KU Alums Assemble in Des Moines Among the welcome signs, fight songs and the iconic Jayhawk logo, former members of the KU student-body grazed the ballroom of the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, IA. The University of Kansas Alumni Association

Kansas Advances to Sweet 16

For the first time in three years, Kansas advances to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament following a 73-61 victory over Connecticut on Saturday in Des Moines. “I’d be lying if I didn’t tell you otherwise,”

Kansas Prepares for Uconn’s Top Shot-Blocker Come Saturday, the Kansas Jayhawks must face a tall task in order to move on to the Sweet Sixteen. It will be a 7-foot tall task in UConn center Amida Brimah, the remaining player from

Paths Cross Again In Des Moines   Kansas and Connecticut are from different conferences, but have much in common.  Both teams have won multiple national championships.  Both are considered to be among college basketball's "blue bloods." But some of the individual players have