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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | February 4, 2016

Kansas basketball shows incredible support for ESPN's Holly Rowe

  Holly Rowe has been with ESPN since 1998.

On Wednesday night, Kansas basketball showed its support in a big way for ESPN's Holly Rowe, who underwent surgery to remove a tumor in her chest on Tuesday.

During the men's game against Kansas State, Jayhawks fans chanted for Rowe and also brought signs in support of her.

Members of the women's team also sent a video message to Rowe.

The support from the Jayhawks clearly meant a lot to Rowe, who tweeted her appreciation Wednesday night.

Well done, Kansas. Well done.

MORE: Kansas fans give Buddy Hield a standing ovation

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