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Kansas defeats Georgia Tech, 28-25

  • 11 a.m., Sept. 11, 2010
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS

Jayhawks kept Tech offense at bay

KU kept Georgia Tech at more than 80 yards less than average rushing.

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Gill engineers Jayhawks’ reversal

The outlook for the Kansas University football team made a gray day in Buffalo seem like a vacation in Cancun.

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Georgia Tech calls KU's play ‘inspired’

Georgia Tech quarterback Joshua Nesbitt knew from the opening snap that his No. 15-ranked Yellow Jackets were in for a battle Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Matt Tait’s Kansas football notebook

After playing one of the roughest games in the history of the program during last week’s loss to North Dakota State, Kansas University’s junior tight end Tim Biere bounced back in a big way during Saturday’s 28-25 victory against No. 15 Georgia Tech.

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Emotional LB Justin Springer has big day vs. Georgia Tech

Justin Springer said it all hit him once he sat down at his locker following Kansas University’s 28-25 upset over No. 15 Georgia Tech on Saturday.

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KU upsets No. 15 Georgia Tech, 28-25

Kansas' defense came up with a fourth-down stand in the final minute, helping the Jayhawks to a 28-25 victory over No. 15 Georgia Tech on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Highlights: KU vs. Georgia Tech

Kansas took down a ranked Georgia Tech team, 28-25, Saturday, September 11, 2010.

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Turner Gill postgame: Georgia Tech part 3

Kansas head coach Turner Gill addressed the media after defeating Georgia Tech Saturday, September 11, 2010.

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Turner Gill postgame: Georgia Tech part 2

Kansas head coach Turner Gill addressed the media after defeating Georgia Tech Saturday, September 11, 2010.

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