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  • Vote for Tulsa/Wichita State rivalry series name

    Wichita State and Tulsa will start a new rivalry series competition that will span across 13 varsity sports next year, their athletic departments announced. They are counting on fans to vote on the name. The three to choose from will be, "Battle for the Plains," "Tornado Alley Tussle," and "Havoc in the Heartland." 

  • Kansas to honor former coach Mangino during season opener

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    Shocker volleyball picked first in preseason AAC poll

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  • Shockers get highest attendance ranking in more than 30 years

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  • Newman’s 32 leads KU in Italy Tour finale, 118-74

    From kuathletics.com Kansas sophomore Malik Newman scored 32 points as the Jayhawks routed the Italian All-Stars A2, 118-74, to close out their four game Italy tour Sunday evening.

  • Jayhawks move to 3-0 on Italy Tour with 99-71 win

    From kuathletics.com Kansas men's basketball flexed its muscle in another sweltering venue in defeating the Players Group 99-71 at Palasport Enrico Somaschini just north of Milan Saturday evening.

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  • Jayhawks cruise again on Italy Tour with 92-61 rout

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  • Weber agrees to two-year contract extension with K-State

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    The University of Kansas announced Sunday that they have dismissed wide receiver LaQuvionte Gonzalez for a violation of team rules.

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  • K-State football takes turn at Big XII media days

    The Kansas State Wildcats took their turn on the podium Tuesday in Frisco, Texas at Big XII media days.

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