KU’s Tyshawn Taylor (left) and MU’s Kim English were part of a Jayhawks-Tigers showdown in 2012.
KU’s Tyshawn Taylor (left) and MU’s Kim English were part of a Jayhawks-Tigers showdown in 2012. File photo by Rich Sugg RICH SUGG/The Kansas City Star
KU’s Tyshawn Taylor (left) and MU’s Kim English were part of a Jayhawks-Tigers showdown in 2012. File photo by Rich Sugg RICH SUGG/The Kansas City Star

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