KU football receiver Mark Thomas suspended indefinitely

A Kansas football player has been suspended indefinitely from the program as police investigated an allegation of aggravated sexual battery. Mark Thomas, a junior receiver, was held Sunday in Douglas County jail before being released Monday. No charges have been filed in the case, but it remains under investigation, according to the Douglas County District Attorney’s office.

KU's Wiggins will announce Monday he’s turning pro

When Andrew Wiggins arrived at Kansas last summer, one of his goals was to become the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. He is poised to take another step toward that goal Monday when he will officially declare for the NBA Draft at a 2 p.m. press conference at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence.

KU reports record $93 million in athletic revenue, $13 million surplus for 2013 fiscal year

Kansas reported $93 million in revenue in the 2013 fiscal year, according to documents filed with the NCAA. KU boasted the third-highest athletics revenue in the Big 12 behind football powers Texas ($165.7 million) and Oklahoma ($123.8 million). It also resulted in a surplus of more than $13 million when factoring in KU’s reported expenses of $79.7 million. Pat Kaufman, the chief financial officer for KU athletics, says much of that surplus is because of future pledges and donations.

KU’s Andrew Wiggins receives second-team All-America honors from basketball coaches

Andrew Wiggins’ college career is most likely over, but the Kansas freshman is still racking up postseason honors. Wiggins was selected second-team All-America by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, the NABC announced on Wednesday. Wichita State senior forward Cleanthony Early joined Wiggins on the second team, while sophomore point guard Fred VanVleet was selected to the third team.

What Wayne Selden's return means for KU

Wayne Selden's decision to return also provides some stability to a Kansas roster that had to replace all five starters this past season. Senior forward Tarik Black is gone, Andrew Wiggins is a lock to enter the NBA Draft, and Joel Embiid has a decision to make. Even still, Bill Self should return the bulk of the roster from his latest Big 12 title team. Here's a first look at next year's squad (leaving Embiid out of the equation):

Kansas’ loss a missed opportunity that had season-long roots

The second-seeded Kansas Jayhawks lost 60-57 on Sunday in the round of 32 to Stanford, a No. 10 seed that last played in this tournament six years ago. They should’ve been so much better than this. They could’ve been remembered as the fun-loving stars who grew together and lived up to one of the sport’s elite brand names.

Stanford turned Kansas’ shooters into doubters and got their attention

With a variety of defensive looks, Stanford planted a seed of doubt with seemingly every Kansas offensive set during the Jayhawks’ 60-57 NCAA Tournament loss Sunday. The outcome came attached with an additional measure of satisfaction for Chasson Randle, the Stanford player whom KU’s Andrew Wiggins and Wayne Selden said they didn’t know a day ago.

Family, basketball come together for Wiggins brothers during NCAA Tournament

The NCAA Tournament is now the most important thing in Andrew Wiggins’ life outside his family, and wait a minute … this tournament is now about family, too. Along with Nick, a senior reserve on Wichita State, two brothers from Canada have a shot at the Sweet 16 on Sunday. And across the state, their brother Mitch Jr. finished second in the NAIA slam-dunk contest at Municipal Auditorium.

Video: Kansas-Stanford preview

CBS Sports previews Sunday's South Region matchup between No. 10 Stanford and No. 2 Kansas. The Jayhawks took care of Eastern Kentucky in the round of 64 while Stanford upset #7 New Mexico.

Not a true point guard? Naadir Tharpe must prove critics wrong for KU to go deep in tournament

Naadir Tharpe was bad in Kansas’ win over Eastern Kentucky in the round of 64 on Friday, particularly in the first half, which means another round of the Tharpe-isn’t-good-enough talk. The difference this time, though, is that it starts with an opponent. “Coach was telling us about that,” Stanford junior Anthony Brown says of KU’s first game. “They kind of struggled, not a true point guard.”