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Oklahoma State defeats Kansas, 58-10

  • 2:30 p.m., Oct. 24, 2015
  • Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
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Column: Young Jayhawks going through Football 101

Drop a student who hasn’t yet taken Math 101 into the middle of a Math 141 classroom full of students who already have passed Math 105, 106, 111, 115, and 121 and ask that student to finish on top and what do you expect will happen? It’s no different most weeks for the Kansas University football team, which doesn’t have the luxury of putting its players through years of prerequisites before sending them into competition. By Tom Keegan

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Game balls and gassers: KU at Oklahoma State

Linebacker Joe Dineen made his second quarter, blind-side sack of quarterback Mason Rudolph hurt. A week after Dineen posted 10 tackles vs. Texas Tech, he went one better with 11 tackles, including a punishing sack.

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OSU goal-line QB nearly perfect against KU

He's no Don Larsen and Saturday's 58-10 victory by Oklahoma State over visiting Kansas University at Boone Pickens Stadium was not the World Series, but Oklahoma State quarterback J.W. Walsh was just about perfect. By Matt Tait

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Notebook: David Beaty explains onside kick attempt

Trailing by 24 points at halftime and looking for a spark to give them hope of crawling back into the game, in what turned out to be a 58-10 loss at Oklahoma State, Kansas started the second half with a surprise onside kick that resulted in two penalties — one for kicking the ball out of bounds and the other for sideline interference. By Matt Tait

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'Rough day': Freshman QB Ryan Willis struggles vs. Cowboys

Seven days after setting a handful of freshman passing records, Kansas University quarterback Ryan Willis was reminded of just how much he still has to learn during the Jayhawks' 58-10 loss at Oklahoma State. By Matt Tait

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KU coach David Beaty shares prayers for Oklahoma State, disappointment over KU's play

KU coach David Beaty shares prayers for Oklahoma State, disappointment over KU's play

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Game blog: KU football at No. 14 Oklahoma State

First-year Kansas football coach David Beaty and his Jayhawks were feeling better about their progress after a 10-point loss to Texas Tech last week, but now KU has to go on the road to face a top-15 team, Oklahoma State.

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