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Texas A&M defeats Kansas, 45-10

  • 6 p.m., Oct. 23, 2010
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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Nobody’s home: Fans flee scene of latest KU setback

It was a homecoming game in which everybody went home. At this rate, there’s no guarantee they’ll be coming back.

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QB shuffle suits Ags

Starter gets record, but sub shines

Texas A&M senior quarterback Jerrod Johnson, the Big 12’s preseason offensive player of the year, broke the Aggies’ career record for total offense Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.

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Matt Tait’s Kansas football notebook

Though he has shown throughout the course of the season that he’d rather error on the side of caution when it comes to calling timeouts, Kansas University coach Turner Gill said after Saturday’s 45-10 loss to Texas A&M there was a point in the game where he wished he would have called one.

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Opurum OK in start at DE

RB-turned-LB-turned-end has six tackles in setback

In his first start at defensive end, Kansas University sophomore Toben Opurum contributed six tackles, one pass breakup and a quarterback hurry.

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Football spoils homecoming vibe

A most pleasant evening. The smell of bratwursts riding the strong wind, crashing into the scent of fried doughnuts. Generations of pretty, smiling faces. Suds flowing. Old friends swapping old stories one more time. Nirvana in tailgate land for homecoming night.

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Football highlights: KU vs. Texas A&M

KU lost its third straight game on Saturday against Texas A&M. The Jayhawks managed to score more than seven points for the first time in those three weeks.

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KU coach Turner Gill

Kansas coach Turner Gill talks to reporters following the Jayhawks' 45-10 loss to Texas A&M on Oct. 23, 2010.

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