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Jayhawks humbled

Nebraska dominates KU in straight-sets win

Nebraska put on a volleyball clinic Wednesday night at Horejsi Center, and there was nothing Kansas University could do about it. The seventh-ranked Cornhuskers looked like they might be the best team in the country as they dominated in every statistical category and disposed of KU, 3-0 (30-13, 30-14, 30-24).

Hawkins returns to KU

Jeff Hawkins officially has been reinstated to Kansas University's men's basketball team.

6Sports video: New breed of Cornhuskers on tap for Jayhawks

The Nebraska of old is nowhere to be found in Coach Bill Callahan's high-flying brand of football.

6Sports video: Cornhuskers grind KU in Big 12 volleyball rout

No. 7 Nebraska trounced 24th-ranked Kansas on Wednesday at the Horejsi Center, the latest in the Huskers' impressive streak of victories.

6Sports video: Mangino making some O-line changes

Mark Mangino says there will be changes up front on Saturday against Nebraska, with sophomore Matt Mann expected to get more playing time.

Mangino impressed by practices

Another solid day of practice Wednesday has the Kansas University football team one step closer to making sure the last two losses are nothing but distant memories.

X-Factor Week 5: Kansas 41, Nebraska 15

The Streak is virtually over. Kansas University's virtual football team ended 35 years of real-life frustration with a 41-15 victory over Nebraska in this week's X-Factor preview.

Kansas' Randle has handle on multiple roles

Charles Gordon is well known for wearing three hats on Kansas University's football team -- cornerback, wide receiver and punt returner. Yet John Randle, also a sophomore, basically is one up on Gordon.