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Texas Tech defeats Kansas, 30-20

  • 11 a.m., Oct. 17, 2015
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS

Postgame: David Beaty proud of Jayhawks after home loss to Texas Tech

First-year Kansas football coach David Beaty explains why he was proud of how the Jayhawks played in a 30-20 home loss to Texas Tech.

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Matthew Wyman now punting, too

Kansas University punter Eric Kahn got one chance to hang on to his starting job during Saturday's 30-20 loss to Texas Tech at Memorial Stadium. And when that kick sailed just 23 yards after KU's second offensive possession of the game, KU coach David Beaty elected to look elsewhere the rest of the way. By Matt Tait

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To go or not to go: Fourth down debate continues for KU

For the third week in a row, Kansas football coach David Beaty faced a few tough decisions on fourth down on Saturday.

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Ben Heeney returns to support Jayhawks

With the Oakland Raiders having their bye this weekend, former Kansas linebacker and NFL rookie Ben Heeney was back in Lawrence for the first time this season to take in Saturday's game, a 30-20 Jayhawks loss to Texas Tech.

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Notebook: Jayhawks rediscover ground game

After three straight sub-par efforts on the ground, the Kansas running game got back on track Saturday during a 30-20 home loss to Texas Tech.

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Kingsbury: Red Raiders 'choked' on offense vs. Kansas

Texas Tech football coach Kliff Kingsbury did not expect the Red Raiders’ explosive offense to struggle against Kansas University on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Risks and rewards come with true freshman QB Ryan Willis

True freshman Ryan Willis made his share of mistakes in turning what had the potential to turn into a more-of-the-same blowout loss into a game, but the way he led Kansas University’s winless football team back from the depths Saturday in a 30-20 loss to Texas Tech in Memorial Stadium is what will energize teammates through another week of grueling practice.  By Tom Keegan

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Game blog from Memorial Stadium: KU football vs. Texas Tech

First-year Kansas football coach David Beaty's Jayhawks face another high-scoring offense in Texas Tech, as KU remains in search of its first win of 2015.

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