Terry Allen was awarded the game ball after Iowa State's 45-3 football victory over Kansas University last season in Ames, Iowa. The Cyclone players, you might recall, devoted their resounding season-opening win to ISU's first-year associate head coach/tight ends coach, who was fired as KU head coach with three games left to play in the 2001 season -- Allen's fifth on Mount Oread.
Kansas University football fans are ready to go bowling. Celebrating the Jayhawks' 36-7 thrashing Saturday of Iowa State, fans were relishing thoughts of seeing their team in a postseason game for the first time since 1995.
Rodney Fowler hadn't made many plays for Kansas University's defense in the Jayhawks' first 11 football games. Saturday against Iowa State, he made two big ones in a 36-7 victory at Memorial Stadium that made KU bowl eligible for the first time since 1995.
Snubbed from last year's NCAA Tournament, Kansas University's volleyball squad is doing everything within its power to qualify this season.
Keith Langford found it nearly impossible to concentrate on basketball and his studies last week. Langford, Kansas University's junior guard from Fort Worth, Texas, was mired in an emotional funk after learning Monday that his uncle, Robbie Mitchell, had been diagnosed with cancer in his kidneys and liver.
After a seemingly endless string of Novembers to forget, Kansas University football has a November to remember again. On a steel gray November day, KU played and won a meaningful football game. OK, it was over Iowa State, one of the Big 12 Conference's worst teams, but it was Win No. 6, and it made the Jayhawks eligible for a bowl game.
Mark Mangino has taken a bad football team and made it bowl eligible. Kansas University gave itself a chance for a postseason berth with a 36-7 win Saturday over Iowa State at Memorial Stadium. With injured senior quarterback Bill Whittemore returning to guide the offense, KU racked up 401 total yards.
Bill Whittemore's return was a welcome one for the Jayhawks, who are now bowl eligible with the 36-7 victory.
Any tears shed by Kansas University's soccer players following Friday's 1-0 season-ending loss to No. 2 UCLA were either non-existent or very well hidden.