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Goal-oriented

Jayhawks’ focus is on winning North Division title

When you have been playing football at Kansas University for three years, as Jayhawks quarterback Todd Reesing has, you learn to temper your expectations in matters of media affection.

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Tech's Leach rips BCS

Red Raiders coach campaigns for playoff system

It's one of the most disputed topics in the sports world today: The Bowl Championship Series. Fans, coaches, columnists, bloggers, Congress and even President Obama have voiced their opinions for and against the system decided by polls and computers that determines college football's national championship.

Ex-KU golfer leads Kansas Amateur

Former Kansas University golfer Andrew Storm of Omaha opened with a 3-under par 67 to lead the field following round one of the stroke play qualifying portion of the Kansas Amateur at Kansas City Country Club.

Spots open for Chalmers’ golf tourney

There is room for one more foursome in the inaugural National Championship Classic Golf tournament, set for a 1 p.m. Friday at Alvamar. A banquet will follow at 6:30 p.m.

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MU ready to move past disappointments

Missouri offensive lineman Kurtis Gregory flipped through some television channels this summer while relaxing at his home.

Dugan Arnett’s KU football notebook

On Tuesday, during the second day of the Big 12 Conference’s media days, Kansas University coach Mark Mangino issued a vote of confidence in Dezmon Briscoe, saying he expects the recently suspended player to be eligible for the start of the upcoming season.

Injured Jayhawks making progress

Several Kansas University men’s basketball players are making steady progress in their return from injuries, Jayhawk coach Bill Self said Tuesday night.

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Goal-oriented

Jayhawks’ focus is on winning North Division title

When you have been playing football at Kansas University for three years, as Jayhawks quarterback Todd Reesing has, you learn to temper your expectations in matters of media affection.