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West Virginia defeats Kansas, 56-34

  • 11 a.m., Sept. 23, 2017
  • Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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'Glimpses' of defensive progress not enough in KU football loss to West Virginia

The ball was at 30. It was third down, and KU needed a stop. By Scott Chasen

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Notebook: Jayhawks disappointed by 'unacceptable' penalties in loss to WVU

Among the miscellaneous errors that made it impossible for the upset-minded Kansas football team to topple West Virginia Saturday at Memorial Stadium, the penalties and turnovers bothered head coach David Beaty most of all. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Offense supplies sign of progress for KU football

Now that new University of Kansas chancellor Dr. Doug Girod made it clear he stands behind athletic director Sheahon Zenger and football coach David Beaty and no changes will be made there any time soon, the challenge to Saturday’s home football game became seeking a sign, any sign, of progress from a football program running on a hamster wheel for going on eight years. By Tom Keegan

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Beaty: 'We're just not there yet' after loss to WVU

After a 56-34 home loss to West Virginia on Saturday, Kansas football coach David Beaty discussed his disappointment with the fourth quarter and how the Jayhawks planned to utilize Khalil Herbert and the team's rushing attack.

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Falling Short: Khalil Herbert's career day not enough in 56-34 loss to West Virginia

If it were possible for one man on an outmatched Kansas football roster to carry the entire program to an upset victory over West Virginia Saturday, it was going to be Khalil Herbert. By Benton Smith

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Box score: West Virginia 56, Kansas 34

Box score: West Virginia 56, Kansas 34

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Grounded: Mountaineers spoil Herbert's big day, KU's comeback bid

Despite one of the best outings in school history by sophomore running back Khalil Herbert on Saturday, the Kansas football team couldn’t keep up with West Virginia in a 56-34 loss at Memorial Stadium in its Big 12 opener. By Bobby Nightengale

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Game blog from Memorial Stadium: KU football vs. West Virginia

The Jayhawks (1-2), after struggling defensively against the MAC's Central Michigan and Ohio, open Big 12 play at home versus one of the league's most complete offenses, West Virginia (2-1).

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