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3rd in Big 12
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Self says he wasn't trolling NCAA in recent video

Kansas coach Bill Self bristled at the suggestion Wednesday that he was sending a message to the NCAA when he donned an Adidas jersey and golden chain for a recent promotional video.

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7dMyron Medcalf

Snoop defends KU show: 'Had the time of my life'

Snoop Dogg told Howard Stern that Kansas officials should not have been surprised by his performance at last week's Late Night in the Phog that featured unfiltered lyrics and pole dancers. "When you pay for Snoop Dogg, you gonna get Snoop Dogg," he said.

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11d

Kansas apologizes for Snoop Dogg's rowdy show

Kansas athletic director Jeff Long issued an apology Friday night following a performance at Allen Fieldhouse by hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg that included pole dancers, a money gun and profanity.

Snoop Dogg has rowdy show at 'Late Night in the Phog' (0:38)
11d
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18dMyron Medcalf

Self sports Adidas shirt in Kansas promo video

Kansas coach Bill Self, whose program was charged with NCAA violations this week, appeared in a school-released video wearing an Adidas shirt.

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21d

NCAA suspends deadlines in corruption cases

The NCAA is suspending its deadlines for schools to respond to charges levied by the governing body in the wake of college basketball's corruption scandal.

Is Bill Self's job safe after NCAA charge to Kansas? (0:50)
21d
Will Kansas receive significant penalties for violations? (1:12)
22d
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22dMark Schlabach

KU charged with lack of institutional control, more

The NCAA has charged Kansas basketball with five Level I violations, among them a lack of institutional control and head coach responsibility violations on the part of Bill Self. The football program was also hit with two Level II violations.

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25dMark Schlabach

Report: NCAA set to notify Kansas of violations

The NCAA is expected to deliver a notice of allegations to Kansas in relation to recruiting violations involving the school's men's basketball program, according to a Kansas City Star report.

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35dMark Schlabach

Gassnola avoids prison in college bribery scandal

Thomas "T.J." Gassnola, who pleaded guilty in April 2018 to conspiracy to commit wire fraud for his role in pay-for-play schemes to steer recruits to Adidas-sponsored schools, was sentenced to probation.

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63dMark Schlabach

3 convicted in NCAA pay-for-play trial file appeal

Attorneys representing former Adidas executive James Gatto, Adidas consultant Merl Code and aspiring business manager Christian Dawkins have filed an appeal claiming their clients might have broken NCAA rules but didn't commit federal crimes.

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Longtime KU broadcaster Falkenstien dies at 95

Max Falkenstien, the affable and silver-tongued "Voice of the Jayhawks" who brought Kansas football and basketball into the homes of fans for six decades, died Monday. He was 95.

Michigan State, Kansas on collision course to meet in Maui (2:00)
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Team Stats

Points Per Game75.7113th
Rebounds Per Game38.3Tied-71st
Assists Per Game13.3235th
Points Allowed70.1143rd

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Tournament History

Final Fours14
Tournament Record103-45
Championship Seasons1952, 1988, 2008
Tournament Appearances46