Stories for November 5, 2006


Lead stories

6Sports video: KU women squeak by Washburn

Two years ago, the Washburn Lady Blues came into Allen Fieldhouse and gave the KU women a case of teh blues by upsetting the Jayhawks by three points. Today, Bonnie's bunch got the chance for a rematch.

6Sports video: First Big 12 road victory since 2004

Mark Mangino finally silenced his critics, at least temporarily. Yesterday, the KU football team won a Big 12 road game for the first time since 2004 after whooping Iowa State 41-10.

Iowa State sweeps Kansas volleyball

The Kansas University volleyball team dropped three straight to Iowa State on Saturday in Hilton Coliseum. The Cyclones won each game handily, taking the match, 30-18, 30-22 and 30-23.

KU women look to avoid another Washburn shock

Two years ago, Washburn shocked Kansas University in a regular-season women's basketball game.

Victorious visitors

Jayhawks snap 7-game road skid

They finally did it. With hostility all around and history working against them, Kansas University's football players went to someone else's house and bullied them right off the field.

Bedore: Kansas the talk

I swear I wasn't trying to eavesdrop on fellow passengers as we patiently stood in line awaiting the start of the cattle-call boarding procedure on Southwest Airlines.

How they scored

Cyclones smarting from setback

No matter how many injured players Dan McCarney was without in Saturday's 41-10 loss to Kansas University, the Iowa State football coach still expected much more of a fight.

Keegan: McAnderson makes right call

Smarts and patience have been two of Brandon McAnderson's greatest tools in earning him a significant role on Kansas University's football team in this, his junior season.


Sooners inch past Aggies

Allen Patrick ran for a career-high 173 yards and No. 18 Oklahoma sealed a 17-16 victory Saturday night over No. 21 Texas A&M by converting a fourth-and-inches from its own 29 with 1:29 remaining.

Purify causes problems aplenty

Nebraska receiver catches TD pass, throws another to sink Missouri

Zac Taylor better watch out. Maurice Purify says he's coming after his job.

K-State back in bowl biz

Wildcats eligible for postseason after beating Buffs

No bowl game since 2003. No conference road wins in two years. Kansas State freshman quarterback Josh Freeman had these two glaring stats brought up to him all week. He was sick of hearing it.

KU rowing medals thrice

The Kansas University rowing team won three medals on the first day of the Head of the Hooch regatta.

KU football notebook

After playing games in 10 straight weeks, the Jayhawks finally get some time off with no game on the schedule this week.

KU defense dominates again

The offensive-challenged opponents the last two weeks certainly had something to do with it.