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Jayhawks are going bowling

For the first time since 1951, the Jayhawks go undefeated during the regular season at home. Kansas knocked off Iowa State, 24-21, in overtime Saturday at Memorial Stadium giving the Jayhawks their sixth win of the season. The win also means that KU will go bowling sometime late in December.

Kansas knocks off the Cyclones, 24-21, in overtime

Scott Webb's field goal makes the Jayhawks bowl eligible

Kansas kicker Scott Webb gave the Jayhawks a 24-21 win Saturday at Memorial Stadium with a 34-yard field goal in overtime.

Notebook: New Mexico next in line for Fort Worth Bowl

Fort Worth Bowl executive director Tom Starr has a backup plan if the Big 12 Conference fails to produce one more bowl-eligible team.

Know the Foe: Cyclones plan to air it out

ISU's Meyer will try to exploit KU secondary

Two words have resonated through the mind of Iowa State quarterback Bret Meyer while throwing 132 straight passes without an interception. Eat it.

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6Sports video: Jayhawks are going bowling

For the first time since 1951, the Jayhawks go undefeated during the regular season at home. Kansas knocked off Iowa State, 24-21, in overtime Saturday at Memorial Stadium giving the Jayhawks their sixth win of the season. The win also means that KU will go bowling sometime late in December.

Mayer: Victory would lift KU spirits

How long has it been since the Kansas University football team has been able to take heat off the basketball operation? The footballers can do that by getting bowl-eligible with a defeat of Iowa State here today. That could alleviate at least some of the disenchantment about basketball. Bill Self's erratic Kiddie Korps must shed its training wheels in a hurry.

Happy progress

Late-season game has rare bowl implications

It's worth asking: If the seconds count down in today's game, and if Kansas University has a lead, and if fans want to throw something on the football field symbolizing their team's upcoming bowl game (as they did with tangerines in 2003), just what would it be?

Newton, Pritchard see promise in KU

As NBA talent evaluators, former Kansas University players Kevin Pritchard and Milt Newton cannot comment on the abilities of individual current Jayhawks.