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Bill Self nominated for Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Kansas men's basketball head coach Bill Self is a first-time nominee for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, the 'Hoop Hall' announced Wednesday – the 125th Birthday of Basketball.

Self calls KU-UNLV clash in Vegas 'a business trip' | KUsports.com

"This is a business trip," Self said. "We’ll stay in (Wednesday night) and go shoot the next morning and then we’ll play the game and they leave immediately after. So this won’t be any different than going to Ames (Iowa) or Manhattan or Stillwater or Norman (Oklahoma). It really won’t, from our guys’ perspective. They’ll see the lights as we drive to the hotel."

Know Your Foe: UNLV

The voice of the Kansas Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, visits with this week's opponent in Know Your Foe, a weekly segment from KUAthletics.com and the Jayhawk Radio Network. As Kansas prepares for it's match-up with UNLV, Hanni caught up with the Runnin' Rebels' Jon Sandler.

KU at UNLV not available for WOW subscribers | KUsports.com

KU’s 8 p.m. road test in Las Vegas, Nevada, will air on CBS Sports Network — a channel not offered locally through WOW.

What Udoka Azubuike’s season-ending wrist injury means for KU

Azubuike still had a ways to go offensively. His turnover rate was too high, and a poor free-throw percentage (38 percent) also kept him from being an efficient player.

Women's Bball - Kansas prevails in overtime shootout against UC Riverside

In its fourth overtime game of the season, Kansas women's basketball prevailed over UC Riverside, 90-84, on Wednesday evening inside Allen Fieldhouse.

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After kicking Elon player, Grayson Allen apologizes for 'selfish' behavior - CBSSports.com

Allen has a long rap sheet now of incidents involving him and tripping players. Even as sincere as the apology seems, it might take him putting his words into action before we can really take his intent to change seriously.

Mike Krzyzewski deserves as much heat as Grayson Allen after latest tripping fiasco - CBSSports.com

The latest outcry is warranted. Needed. Krzyzewski hasn't gotten the message. Maybe he finally will. Or maybe his commissioner will have to do the thing, as of Wednesday night, the coach still is unwilling to do.

NCAA won’t add to Baylor’s self-imposed penalties | CollegeFootballTalk

The NCAA has concluded that Baylor’s slapping of in its own wrist when it came to recruiting violations was sufficient.

Baylor assistants face no further punishment for NCAA violations

The report is not related to the domestic and sexual assault scandal that rocked the Baylor program and led the school to fire head coach Art Briles, Kendal Briles' father. Baylor suspended Kendal Briles and Wallis for one game in 2015 and prohibited them from recruiting off-campus for 12 weeks after impermissible evaluations and contacts with Dallas-area prospects.

Aaron Rodgers blasts 'absolutely ridiculous' NCAA, bowl games restrictions - CBSSports.com

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, always a thoughtful and typically unfiltered quote on these things, spoke with Mad Dog Sports Radio and blasted the NCAA and bowl game setup for being "absolutely ridiculous" in terms of how it compensates players.

The biggest meltdown in NCAA tourney history, and Northern Iowa's road to recovery - CBSSports.com

The plays. They're right there on YouTube, living in infamy. In the span of about 35 seconds last March, Jacobson's Northern Iowa team blew a 12-point lead at the end of regulation in a second-round NCAA Tournament game against Texas A&M.

How an Idaho football player became a bank robber

The true story of Anthony Curcio nearly pulling off one of the most ingenious heists.

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Cheick Diallo showing promise with increased minutes in December | 'Hawks in the NBA | KUsports.com

While Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry has only sent Diallo onto the court in 6 of the team’s 20 games, the 20-year-old project has experienced an upswing in playing time of late.