Stories for September 18, 2004


Lead stories

Northwestern holds on for 20-17 defeat of KU

One comeback wasn't enough for Kansas University's football team against Northwestern. The Jayhawks fought back from a 13-3 deficit and took a 17-13 lead midway through the fourth quarter, but the Wildcats answered back with a touchdown of their own just four plays later and held on in a 20-17 victory Saturday at Ryan Field.

Stubbs leading way

Senior safety leading tackler in Big 12 Conference

Tony Stubbs ranked third on Kansas University's football team as a junior with 98 tackles.

Basanez next test for KU defense

Northwestern quarterback leads Big Ten Conference in passing

Kansas University's defense will face another highly-touted quarterback today when the Jayhawks meet Northwestern and Brett Basanez at Evanston, Ill.

KU recruit alters plans

Kansas volleyball suffers first loss

Kansas University's 24th-ranked volleyball team dropped its first match of the season Friday, falling to No. 12 Texas A&M, 3-1, at G. Rollie White Coliseum.

KU-NU Notes

6Sports video: The Jayhawks hit the road

Jayhawks avoid skid with win

It's hard to imagine that a team ranked eighth in the nation could be put in a must-win situation.

Under new regime, Kansas athletics thriving across board

There's a flood of excitement and enthusiasm in and around the Kansas athletic program, and it's been a long time since such an invigorating atmosphere prevailed.

Jayhawks eager to face 'Cats

Northwestern ran over KU defense in 2003 opener

Nick Reid's 10-tackle performance, along with a key interception, went a little overlooked as Kansas rolled over Toledo, 63-14, last Saturday.

Tennis team to forgo on Seahawk Invitational

Because of weather conditions and flight complications, Kansas University's tennis team will not compete as scheduled in this weekend's Seahawk Invitational in Wilmington, N.C.