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Former Jayhawks Launch Line of Merchandise

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Kansas News

Friends and FOE: Former Jayhawks launch line of merchandise |
NBA players Thomas Robinson and the Morris twins, who were at The Oread Hotel on Saturday for the launch of their new “FOE” line of snapbacks, beanies, dad hats, shirts and pins, plan to play some pick-up basketball with current members of Kansas University’s team this week.

Ellis’ position in NBA Draft remains a mystery |
With the NBA Draft less than a month away and the decisions about who’s staying in and who’s returning to school in the rearview mirror, the picture for the four former Kansas University basketball players eligible for this year’s draft is becoming clearer.

Woodland tied for Memorial lead |
Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland is tied for the lead entering the final round of the Memorial.

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