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December 31, 1840 2:00 PM

Kansas forward Hunter Mickelson ready to contribute after year off

Hunter Mickelson left Arkansas after two seasons and transferred to Kansas last year. He sat out the 2013-14 season, worked on packing muscle and strength to his 6-foot-10 frame, and prepared to contribute in the fall of 2014. Now the Jayhawks’ loss in the Myles Turner sweepstakes could be Mickelson’s gain.

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