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๐Ÿ€ GAME PREVIEW: vs. UNCG

No. 3 Kansas (0-1) will tip off the home portion of the 2019-20 campaign when the Jayhawks welcome the UNCG Spartans (1-0) to Allen Fieldhouse on Friday, Nov. 8. Start time is slated for 8 p.m. (CT) on ESPNU.

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Kansas Wraps Up Fall Season Out West

Kansas will split its squad to participate in two different tournaments as the fall season ends this weekend, Nov. 8-10, at Arizona State and UNLV.

Kansas Athletics to Launch โ€œThe Jayhawk Experienceโ€

Kansas Athletics announced plans today to offer new and unprecedented fan experiences at historic Allen Fieldhouse, as well as other KU Athletics venues, as part of an initiative to create additional access to the sports facilities.

Hakeem Adeniji Accepts Invite to Reeseโ€™s Senior Bowl

Kansas senior offensive lineman Hakeem Adeniji accepted an invitation to the 2020 Reeseโ€™s Senior Bowl.

โšฝ MATCH PREVIEW: Big 12 Championship - Semifinals

The No. 21 Kansas Jayhawks (13-4-3) will look to punch their ticket to the Big 12 Championship title match when they meet No. 10 Oklahoma State (15-1-3) in the semifinals on Friday, November 8 in Kansas City, Mo. The contest is slated to begin at 4:30 p.m., at Swope Soccer Village and will be streamed on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.

Volleyball vs. Texas Tech

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Jayhawks Sweep Red Raiders

Kansas volleyball powered its way to its 13th-consecutive victory in Lawrence versus Texas Tech in a three-set sweep on Wednesday night in the Horejsi Family Volleyball Arena.

Williams Education Fund Staff Update

Mary Carpenter has joined the Williams Education Fund staff as an associate director, while Mykala Sandifer has been promoted to assistant director, announced Ryan White, senior associate athletics director.

No. 3 Kansas upended by No. 4 Duke, 68-66

Twenty-eight turnovers were too much for No. 3 Kansas to overcome as the Jayhawks fell to No. 4 Duke, 68-66, Tuesday night in the State Farm Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden.

๐Ÿ“ธ Kansas vs. Duke at Champions Classic

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