Stories for November 6, 2006


Lead stories

6Sports video: KU soccer season over

On October 27, the Colorado soccer team whipped Kansas 4-0.

6Sports video: KU women finish exhibitions perfect

The Kansas women's basketball team finished off a perfect 2-0 exhibition season on Sunday. However, it wasn't easy.

6Sports video: 'Hawks ranked #3

The Associated Press released its' preseason men's basketball poll today and it looks a lot like the coaches rankings.

KU-KSU kickoff set for 2:30 p.m.

Kickoff for this year's Sunflower Showdown between Kansas University and Kansas State on Nov. 18 at Memorial Stadium was announced Monday. The game will start at 2:30 p.m., and will be televised by Fox Sports Net.

Jayhawks weather Washburn

Who needs three-point goals? Not Kansas University's women's basketball team. Not in Sunday afternoon's 68-62 come-from-behind exhibition victory over Washburn University in Allen Fieldhouse.

Rest for the weary

After 10 games, Jayhawks have idle week

Ten weeks of hits add up in NCAA Division I-A football. Just ask Kansas University running back Jon Cornish, who feels like an old man after getting a weekly beat-down with the ball in his hands.

Keegan: K-State's gamble pays off

It seemed such an insane thing for Kansas State football coach Ron Prince to do at the time. He benched the senior, Dylan Meier, who had worked so hard to come back from shoulder surgery, in favor of the true freshman, who couldn't possibly be ready for Big 12 football.

KU football notebook

Bueltel leaves: Kansas University backup cornerback Blake Bueltel has left the team, coach Mark Mangino said.

Signing period looms for hoops recruits

Cole Aldrich, a 6-foot-10, 245-pound high school senior center from Bloomington (Minn.) Jefferson High, will sign a national basketball letter-of-intent with Kansas University on Wednesday.