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Suddenly, Greene's dunk is a big deal? Whatever.

I can't stop - the way I feel; Things you do - don't seem real

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- Kansas Sports -

Dunk talk: Wildcats using play as motivation |

Meanwhile, in Manhattan, where the Wildcats are preparing for Saturday’s 5 p.m. rematch against KU in Bramlage Coliseum, feelings just now are beginning to surface about Greene’s controversial slam.

Is Kansas the best team in the nation right now? | All Eyes on KU |

During Wednesday night’s ESPN broadcast of Duke-UNC, analyst Jay Bilas said he fought the Jayhawks deserved the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament if you compare teams’ résumés at this point of the season, with less than two weeks left in February.

Ellis Named Senior CLASS Award Finalist

Kansas forward Perry Ellis has been selected as one of 10 finalists for the 2015-16 Senior CLASS Award® in collegiate basketball, the award announced Thursday.

Baseball - Jayhawks Open 2016 at Little Rock

Kansas baseball opens the 2016 season Saturday, Feb. 20, when it faces Little Rock at Gary Hogan Field in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Women's Bball - Kansas Faces Oklahoma in Annual 'Jayhawks For a Cure' Game

Kansas will square off in its sixth contest this season against a ranked opponent when it hosts No. 20/21 Oklahoma in the annual 'Jayhawks for a Cure' game on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 2 p.m., inside Allen Fieldhouse.

- College Sports -

Another insane college upset: 7-19 Minnesota beats No. 6 Maryland -

Minnesota, which had not won a game in more than two months and was 0-13 in the Big Ten, beat No. 6 Maryland.

Arkansas State is not a cheap date -- ask Alabama, USC, Nebraska, Auburn -

Arkansas State will receive $1.7 million to play Alabama in 2018, as well as another $1.65 million from Nebraska for a 2017 game.

- Professional Sports -

Bulls trade Kirk Hinrich; Gasol and Gibson stay |

His name isn’t on any of the championship banners, but he is an all-timer, as Bulls teammates jokingly called him this season. That was after Hinrich became the team’s alltime three-point leader in threes taken and made. It’s just one of many categories Hinrich ranks among the franchise’s alltime leaders.

'Surprised' longtime Bull Kirk Hinrich has no hard feelings after getting traded | 'Hawks in the NBA |

“I was surprised,” Hinrich told reporters after being traded. “But after it sinking in after a few hours, I realize it’s a chance to move forward and an opportunity to be with a really good team. I feel fortunate to have come to Chicago and have played a long time here. It will always be a part of me.”

- In the News -

Kansas City puts College Basketball Experience loan relief request on hold | The Kansas City Star

In December, operators of the College Basketball Experience asked Kansas City government officials to forgive $600,000 of a $1.1 million loan. But that request is now on hold while the organization explores other financing options. An ordinance authorizing the loan termination was withdrawn Wednesday from the City Council docket.

Missouri legislators blame former coach Gary Pinkel for university troubles | The Kansas City Star

According to a report Thursday in the Columbia Daily Tribune, several lawmakers on the Joint Committee on Education on Wednesday questioned Gary Pinkel’s role in the campus woes that ultimately led to the resignation of University System President Tim Wolfe.