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October 16, 2013 5:27 PM

KU basketball scrimmage Saturday is kind of like a second 'Late Night'

On Saturday morning, a few hours before the Kansas football team plays Oklahoma at Memorial Stadium, Bill Self will open Allen Fieldhouse for a public practice and basketball scrimmage. And two of the nation's top five senior recruits who couldn't attend Late Night in the Phog will be there on official visits: Chicago center Jahlil Okafor, the nation's top recruit, and Minnesota guard Tyus Jones, Rivals' No. 5 overall player.

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