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Class of 2015 guard Donovan Mitchell trimmed his list to 10 today, he announced on his twitter account .
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The Miami transfer has the ability to kick-start KU's offense this fall, as a proven go-to guy for an offense in dire need of additional playmakers.
The third in a series of articles examining how the roster composition will take shape based on position.
Jeff Withey and Joel Embiid patrolled the paint as well as anyone in the country for the last three years.
Everyone around Jayhawk nation knows the names Allen, Williams, Talib, and Chalmers.
We are just over one month away from kickoff and a big mystery remains the offense.
On Saturday, the Chiefs hosted a Football Safety Clinic at The University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex specifically geared towards mothers of youth football players.
Chris Harris goes from patient to teammate. Just shy of the six-month anniversary of surgery to repair a partially torn ACL in his left knee, he reached another milestone Tuesday.
Everyone remembers Ben McLemore's 20th birthday - 30 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals for the Kansas freshman.
The second in a series of articles examining how the roster composition will take shape based on position.
Not really a lot of stuff out there today. I'm not going to get into the Stephen A. Smith thing.
For obvious reasons, the 2015 recruiting class being put together by Charlie Weis and staff hasn't been getting much attention.
I put this together rather quickly, but the idea is this is a primer for those not too familiar or lost base with the team.
Hello, everyone! Quite a busy weekend for me; I hope all of you made it through alright, and have meandered back to the good ol' RCT.
With last season's starting PG Naadir Tharpe gone, could the door be open for Frank Mason to fill the role? - Jamie Squire The first in a series of articles examining how the roster composition will take shape based on position.
Kansas track & field sophomore-to-be Mitchell Cooper used a new career best to notch a sixth-place finish in the discus Saturday evening at the World Junior Championships inside Hayward Field.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 01:50 pm
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