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Notebook: Kansas legend Jo Jo White passes away

Jayhawk nation loses an all-time great.

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Jo Jo White, a Jayhawk and Celtic legend, has passed away from complications with dementia.

Ted Owens says White’s greatest strength was that he had no weaknesses.

Jo Jo White himself said his foot was out of bounds during that crucial play against Texas Western.

Jo Jo loved the Celtics, and the Celtics love him back.

Clutch plays from two seniors led KU over West Virginia on Monday night.

Benton Smith takes a look at five key stats that propelled the Jayhawks to victory over the Mountaineers.

Bill Self praised his team’s defense at West Virginia, calling it “tremendous.”

Three of KU’s 2018 recruits have been named McDonald’s All-Americans.

Jesse Newell has a story on the “Dancing Grandma” of Devonte Graham.

Here’s a little more on the now-infamous windbreaker Bill Self wore in Morgantown.

Kansas basketball leads off the latest “Eye on College Basketball” podcast from CBSSports.

QB Tyriek Starks is leaving KU and headed to Juco, presumably in search of playing time.

In other news...

K-State dominated #4 Oklahoma in Manhattan last night, beating the Sooners 87-69 (nice).

The Wildcats held Trae Young scoreless for the first 10 minutes of the game, and forced him into 12 turnovers throughout the contest.

Credit where credit is due, though; this is a huge win for Bruce Weber and K-State.

North and South Korea will send a joint team to the 2018 Olympic Games.

A Jacksonville bakery sent Ben Roethlisberger 7 turnovers as a thank you.

New California has signed a Declaration of Independence and plans to apply to become the 51st state.