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6Sports video: Jayhawks ready for SE Louisiana

The KU football team readies for week two against an FCS opponent. Last week, Michigan lost to one of those former Division 1-AA schools, but don't expect the Jayhawks to fall victim to SE Louisiana in the same manner.

6News video: A few tips to enjoying a safe KU gameday

Lawrence police suggest being mindful of some new enforcement strategies and even a new law on KU gamedays that could quickly turn a good time into a major loss.

6Sports video: Jayhawk Invitational kicks off on the volleyball court

At the Horejsi Center, the Kansas volleyball team opened day one of the Jayhawk Invitational.

6Sports replay of KU-SE Louisiana to air Sunday

Channel 6 on Sunday will air replays of Kansas University's Saturday night nonconference football game against Southeastern Louisiana, Sunflower Broadband general manager Patrick Knorr announced Friday.

KU splits Sunflower Showdown with K-State

Behind senior Colby Wissel's second straight first place finish to open the season, the Kansas University men's cross country team took out Kansas State 39-21 Friday at a duel between the two schools in Lawrence Friday. The KU women lost 35-22.

B-Mac right at home

It's possible that Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino never has scouted a single high school player more than running back Brandon McAnderson. Of course, there's a reason for that.

Juco recruit Little visiting Kansas

Mario Little will have a huge impact at Kansas University, Kansas State or the University of Illinois. So says Chipola (Fla.) Junior College coach Greg Heiar, who thinks the Indians' 6-foot-5, 210-pound sophomore small forward will make fans at his future major college fall "in love" with him.

BYU sinks KU soccer

There might not be a tougher way to end a soccer match for a goalkeeper. After playing 98 minutes of scoreless soccer, thanks in large part to a stellar performance by Kansas University senior goalkeeper Colleen Quinn, the Jayhawks lost to 19th-ranked Brigham Young in overtime when junior forward Katie Larkin scored on a penalty kick to give the Cougars a 1-0 victory.

AP opens poll to little guys

After pulling off one of the greatest upsets in college football history, Appalachian State is still shaking things up. The Associated Press said Thursday that lower-division schools - that means you, Mountaineers - are now eligible for its 71-year-old poll.

Tourney taps pair of KU tennis players

Kansas University's top tennis doubles team was selected to the International Tennis Association All-American Championships, the ITA announced Wednesday.

Ex-KU coach Williams to enter Hall

Roy Williams tonight at the age of 57 receives coaching's highest honor - induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Williams, an Asheville, N.C., native who enters this season with a 524-131 record in 15 years at Kansas University and four at North Carolina, readily admits tonight's ceremony will be special.

Mayer: Carlisle's stunner still best

Appalachian State 34, Michigan 32 - greatest upset in college football history? If not, it's certainly among 'em. But I'd lean toward a West Point-Carlisle showdown featuring a couple of guys named Thorpe and Eisenhower as my favorite. It had far more penetrating social impact - Nov. 9, 1912, when Pop Warner's lightly regarded Carlisle Indians romped, 27-6, past a befuddled Army club suffering its only loss of the season.