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QB depth chart still unsettled

It's been a long time since the Kansas football team made it through an entire season with one quarterback.

KU soccer pulls down victory

It wasn't supposed to be this hard for the Kansas soccer team to get its first victory.

KU returning to home field

Maybe the nets will be friendlier for Kansas University's soccer team on its home turf.

Lobo coach defends Giddens

McKay lauds former KU player as 'fine young man'

J.R. Giddens' current coach at the University of New Mexico had a lot more to say about Giddens' legal problems Tuesday than his former coach at Kansas University.

Keegan: Gordon solidifies defense

You rob a strength to feed a weakness, you know where you end up? On Mediocre Blvd.

Giddens charged in bar brawl

Former Kansas University basketball player accused of battery, disorderly conduct

He has been charged with battery and disorderly conduct. But former Kansas University basketball player J.R. Giddens didn't throw the first punch the night of the now-infamous brawl at a Lawrence bar.

QB pick was no-brainer

Jayhawk contenders not shocked to learn Mangino tapped incumbent Barmann as starting slinger

So unsurprising was the decision to start Adam Barmann at quarterback that Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino didn't inform the candidates before informing the media Monday about his final decision.

'Voice of Jayhawks' to retire

Max Falkenstien to call one last season, his 60th

Max Falkenstien's 60th season of broadcasting Kansas University sporting events will be his last.

'Voice of Jayhawks' to retire

Max Falkenstien to call one last season, his 60th

Max Falkenstien's 60th season of broadcasting Kansas University sporting events will be his last.

6Sports video: Soccer off to slow start

Two games, two overtimes and no wins: that's the story so far for the 2005 Kansas soccer team.

6Sports video: Season to be Falkenstein's final

The current Jayhawk basketball squad will be the final group to have its names called by Max Falkenstein. The Hall of Fame broadcaster will retire from color commentator duties for the basketball and football teams following the 2005-2006 season.

6News video: Charges filed in Moon Bar incident

More than three months after a brawl outside a Lawrence bar injured six people, the Douglas County district attorney has filed charges in the case.

6Sports video: Jayhawk secondary undergoing changes

The defensive secondary is changing at Memorial Stadium. Charles Gordon returns, but after that, numbers and names this Saturday will be different.

Lobo coach defends Giddens

McKay lauds former KU player as 'fine young man'

J.R. Giddens' current coach at the University of New Mexico had a lot more to say about Giddens' legal problems Tuesday than his former coach at Kansas University.

Tigers want to remember O'Neal, forget 2004

Missouri has a rallying cry for what the school hopes is a return to prominence: Remember Aaron O'Neal.

Tailgaters gone wild!

Grab your grill and favorite beverage: It's time for football

No matter how the Jayhawks play on the field, the Atomic Buffalo Turds will be hot at Bruce Murrish's tailgate party.