Stories for September 15, 2006


Lead stories

6Sports video: KU falls in double OT to Rockets

Friday night, national TV and Kansas. Sounds a little weird but that's the way the MAC Conference does it. So tonight KU travelled to Toledo for a battle with Rockets.

Final: Kansas falls, 37-31, in double OT

Toledo defeated Kansas, 37-31, in two overtimes Friday night in Toledo.

6Sports video: KU expects closer game than two years ago

Two years ago it wasn't even close, Kansas beat Toledo 63-14 at Memorial Stadium. As it turns out that wasn't a very good KU team and it was a pretty good Toledo squad.

Stadium honors city roots

So why do they call it the Glass Bowl, anyway? Kansas University's 7 p.m. game at Toledo today will be played in the Glass Bowl, a charming stadium in Toledo, Ohio, with roots dating back 70 years.

Mayer: Fridays can be cruel

Friday night lights? Seems everyone around here is playing football tonight. Seldom has Kansas University seen action on this night of the week.

King Arthur's court

Versatile freshman adjusting to college game

Sandra Arthur was in town a couple weeks ago. The drive up from Dallas had nothing to do with her son - Kansas University freshman basketball forward Darrell Arthur - being homesick.

Cowboys not carried away with fast start

Sporting his signature mohawk, Adarius Bowman hears the buzz around campus after Oklahoma State's 2-0 start. From teachers, from students, from everyone.

Bacon makin' most of move

Former MU back thrives as 'backer

When Marcus Bacon made the transition from the defensive backfield to linebacker two years ago, he admits there was some trepidation.

KSU foe Marshall not dwelling

When Marshall made the flight to Kansas State today, last year's last-second loss to the Wildcats wasn't be among the baggage that coach Mark Snyder was carrying.

Kansas' mane man

Wild-haired Como versatile defender

There's really no point in diving into Paul Como's world without first discussing his hair.

Rockets enjoy friendly confines

Quaint Glass Bowl has been good to home team: 34-2 since end of 1999 season

The Glass Bowl, the home stadium of the University of Toledo football team, quickly has established itself as a place visiting opponents just don't want to go to.