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Energetic Wayne Selden Jr., Jayhawks fly by Montana |
With no regard for his own personal safety, Wayne Selden, Jr., dove head first for a loose ball near the scorer’s table, teammate Devonté Graham picking it up and cashing a layup in the first half of Kansas University’s non-conference clash against Montana on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas-Washington State women's basketball preview |
When Kansas University’s women’s basketball team last played — an overtime victory against Navy a week ago — coach Brandon Schneider gave freshmen Tyler Johnson and Jayde Christopher the first starts of their careers.

Payne named to NCAA all-tournament team |
Kansas University sophomore Kelsie Payne was named to the NCAA volleyball all-tournament team on Saturday night.

Notebook: Examining the numbers from KU's home win |
With an 88-46 shellacking of Montana on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas University’s men’s basketball program added another win in a number of sections of the record book.

Devonté Graham's 'sleep disorder' leads to temporary bench role |
“Devonté had a sleep disorder this morning. He overslept,” KU coach Bill Self said after the Jayhawks’ 88-46 victory over Montana in Allen Fieldhouse.

How ’bout that team: Montana has no answers for KU |
Montana basketball coach Travis DeCuire opened his post-game news conference following Saturday's 88-46 drubbing by No. 2 Kansas with four words that would have worked as a replacement for any of the detailed answers he gave during the next five minutes.

KU basketball fans break holiday-sweater world record |
Much has been said about the atmosphere at Allen Fieldhouse when the Jayhawks play, but "festive" isn’t a descriptor that usually comes to mind. On Saturday, though, as thousands of fans wore holiday sweaters to the Kansas University men’s basketball game against Montana, the word certainly applied.

University of Montana Athletics - Jayhawks fly past Griz 88-46
"Like I told them in the locker room, that's probably the last time this year you're going to see that length, that athleticism, that girth and to go into a situation like this on the road," said Montana head coach Travis DeCuire in his post game radio interview.

Other NCAA News

Brice Johnson's career-high 27 points lifts North Carolina over UCLA -
Brice Johnson, a senior with a lot of promise but plenty of inconsistency over his career, had a career-best 27 points in No. 11 UNC's 89-76 win over No. 22 UCLA on Saturday afternoon at the CBS Sports Classic.

Utah earns its biggest win in years by beating No. 7 Duke -
Utah upsetting Duke 77-75 in overtime Saturday afternoon isn't a totally shocking outcome -- until you realize what the Utes did in the process of scraping out the win over the seventh-ranked Blue Devils.

Loss to Ohio State shows this could be a grueling year for Kentucky -
Calipari's had this demeanor and approach every season he's been at Kentucky. In years where Cal had great teams, his criticisms and attempts to quell positive media coverage were met with cynicism from the press horde -- and the public -- because we knew the gobs of talent he had. He did too. We all knew those great teams were great, especially by this point in the season.

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