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We have hope. Rebellions are built on hope!

- KANSAS SPORTS -

Gameday Breakdown: No. 3 KU basketball vs. Kansas State | KUsports.com

Always one to pick the perfect times to issue his challenges, Self clearly is calling on Frank Mason III and Devonte’ Graham to be better defensively against the Wildcats than they have been maybe at any point this season.

Getting to know: Kansas State basketball | Call it a Nightengale | KUsports.com

The Wildcats, off to their best start since 2009-10, feature a balanced offense with six players averaging at least 9.5 points and a defense that’s tough to score against.

For once, K-State will look to go inside against KU | Mcclatchy | gctelegram.com

After years of trying to beat the Jayhawks and their gigantic frontcourts with small, quick lineups, the Wildcats will look to reverse course and create mismatches with their own big men at 8 p.m. on Tuesday at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas predominantly uses a four-guard lineup with center Landen Lucas in the paint. Weber wants K-State forwards D.J. Johnson and Dean Wade to take advantage.

Coaches, players have different perspective on Jayhawks' rotation | KUsports.com

“I think seven’s not enough,” Self said. “I think eight’s our number with this team. Getting behind early and playing one man down, with Josh in foul trouble (against TCU), I just thought it was best in that situation to try to keep the guys that had been there before to get the majority of the minutes.”

Jayhawks on radar of 2 potential transfers | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com

Recruiting never stops in the fast-moving world of college basketball. And during the same week that the Kansas men’s basketball team learned it was losing a player, when former transfer Evan Maxwell announced he was leaving the program, the Jayhawks also surfaced as potential landing spots for a couple of transfers.

Eight newest Jayhawks scheduled to arrive for spring semester | KUsports.com

“If you don't get all your needs addressed, then sometimes you have to look at May if you really think you need a junior college guy,” the coach added, hinting at the possibility of more juco players joining ahead of preseason camp. “But, yeah, for us, the No. 1 priority is always to get them here in January if you can.”

Women's Bball - Jayhawks welcome No. 16 Longhorns to Allen Fieldhouse

Kansas women's basketball returns to Allen Fieldhouse to host No. 16 Texas on Wednesday, Jan. 4, for its third-straight contest against a nationally-ranked opponent. Tipoff against the Longhorns is slated for 7 p.m., on the Jayhawk Television Network/ESPN3 and the Jayhawk Radio Network.

- COLLEGE SPORTS -

Lane Kiffin finds a new way to show he hasn't grown up in latest early exit - CBSSports.com

Leave it to Lane Kiffin to get fired from a job he already quit.

Poll Attacks: Purdue lost to unranked Minnesota and one voter moved them up? - CBSSports.com

There's nothing more dangerous for an Associated Press Top 25 college basketball voter than a ranked team taking a surprising loss right in the middle of the final Sunday of the NFL's regular season. The latest AP poll is a reminder of that, which is perfect for this weekly Poll Attacks column.

Chip Kelly is reportedly willing to take an NFL offensive coordinator job - CBSSports.com

On Monday, Fox's Jay Glazer said on "Speak for Yourself" that when he talked to Kelly on Sunday night, Kelly told him that he's willing to be an offensive coordinator.

- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -

Know your role: Thomas Robinson and Tarik Black team up off Lakers' bench | 'Hawks in the NBA | KUsports.com

“We’re both Jayhawks ... and we’re the best in the world,” Robinson said. “We both play with high energy, and so I think that was effective, especially in the first half when we first did it.”

- VIDEO OF THE DAY -

Louisville women trick Duke into defending wrong basket, get easy bucket - CBSSports.com

Louisville tricked Duke into defending the wrong basket. Hello, easy layup!