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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 12.17.12

Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 12.17.12

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Kansas Basketball

As Elijah Johnson gets better, so do Jayhawks |
A healthy Elijah Johnson has helped rejuvenate Kansas University’s basketball offense, which has averaged 89.5 points a game in back-to-back victories over Colorado and Belmont in Allen Fieldhouse.

Opinion: Travis Releford making coach look prescient |
Releford, a tough-to-stop finisher on fast breaks, scored 17 points in Saturday night’s 89-60 victory against Belmont. If you’re scoring at home, that gives Releford 631 career points, leaving him 369 shy of 1,000.

Kansas Football

KU football has good recruiting week -
In some ways, Chris Martin is just the type of football recruit that Charlie Weis wants at Kansas. Martin, a former five-star defensive end recruit from Aurora, Colo., has spent the first couple of years of his college career on the move. From a start at California, to a year at Florida, to a short stint at Navarro Junior College in Corsicana, Texas, to a final stop this season at the City College of San Franc

Opinion: Kansas football still needs help at wide receiver |
Three wide receivers are among the 23 players to commit to Kansas, but the list of schools pursuing them isn’t as impressive as the schools who tried to land KU recruits who play other positions, most notably defensive linemen.