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Football 2015 coverage

Kansas State defeats Kansas, 45-14

  • 3 p.m., Nov. 28, 2015
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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Wildcats' Kansas natives relish clobbering rivals

Saturday's 45-14 victory over Kansas University at Memorial Stadium marked the 20th win in 24 tries against the Jayhawks for Kansas State coach Bill Snyder. But even with all of those wins under his belt, beating his Sunflower State rival does not appear to be getting old for the 76-year-old Snyder. By Matt Tait

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Notebook: Jayhawks take streak with them into 2016

Although the Kansas University football team’s loss was at home Saturday, the Jayhawks hoped to snap their long road losing skid during the 2015 season.

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David Beaty: KU seniors deserved proper sendoff

Led by first-year head coach David Beaty, the Kansas University football program made sure to send its seniors out on a high note off the field during Saturday's season finale, a 45-14 loss to rival Kansas State at Memorial Stadium.

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Ryan Willis finishes as top freshman passer in program history

With the conclusion of the Kansas football season, Chapter 1 of the Ryan Willis era is now complete, and the true freshman quarterback who played in 10 games and started the final eight finished his first season with the Jayhawks as the program's all-time leading freshman passer.

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Kansas punter Matthew Wyman takes blame for special teams blunders

A pair of punting problems played a huge role in Kansas University's 45-14 loss to Kansas State on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, and Kansas punter Matthew Wyman took full blame for both of them. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: KU can't drastically improve overnight — nor in one offseason

Barring a phenom-filled recruiting class, a rarity in college football, where players at most positions must learn to crawl and then walk before soaring, it’s going to take time for the Kansas University football program to become competitive in games, much less the standings. By Tom Keegan

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David Beaty 'embarrassed' by KU's winless season

First-year Kansas football coach David Beaty speaks with media members following the Jayhawks' 12th and final loss of the 2015 season, against Kansas State. KU went winless in Beaty's first year, and the coach said he was both embarrassed and ...

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Game blog from Memorial Stadium: KU football vs. K-State

This is it for the 2015 Kansas football season. Game No. 12. The final chance for the Jayhawks and first-year coach David Beaty to avoid an infamously historic season. KU (0-11) needs a win over rival Kansas State (4-6) at Memorial Stadium to avoid a winless campaign.

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