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Roy Williams elected to Kansas Sports Hall of Fame


Former Kansas basketball coach and former NASCAR star Clint Bowyer, of Emporia, were among those voted to the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, the organization announced Monday. Williams led the Jayhawks to four Final Fours between 1988-2003 before departing for his alma mater, North Carolina, where he won three NCAA national championships. (KWCH.com)

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Roy Williams elected to Kansas Sports Hall of Fame


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