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Getting a leg up

Jayhawks punter Rojas spends time studying returners

Often lost in the enduring images that come to mind when recalling the Kansas University football team’s 40-37 victory over Missouri in the 2008 Border War — the sky spitting snowflakes, KU quarterback Todd Reesing’s game-winning lob to receiver Kerry Meier with less than a minute to go — is the scene of a frustrated and dejected Jeremy Maclin making his way from the field after another unsuccessful punt return.

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Prep standout Stephenson visits Cincinnati

New York high school basketball standout Lance Stephenson is on a recruiting trip to the University of Cincinnati this weekend, Zagsblog.net reports.

Hayes, Stowe lead Kansas track team

Keith Hayes placed fourth in the men's 110-meter hurdles, and Rebeka Stowe qualified for the finals of the women’s 1,500 meters to lead Kansas University at the USA Junior Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field.

Ten KU football players to watch in preseason

Golfers who walked instead of rode this past week nearly broke their arms patting themselves on the back for having the courage and toughness to gut out the heat and humidity.

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Getting a leg up

Jayhawks punter Rojas spends time studying returners

Often lost in the enduring images that come to mind when recalling the Kansas University football team’s 40-37 victory over Missouri in the 2008 Border War — the sky spitting snowflakes, KU quarterback Todd Reesing’s game-winning lob to receiver Kerry Meier with less than a minute to go — is the scene of a frustrated and dejected Jeremy Maclin making his way from the field after another unsuccessful punt return.

Grizzlies wanted to trade for former Jayhawk Chalmers

The Memphis Grizzlies tried to acquire former Kansas University guard Mario Chalmers during Thursday’s NBA Draft, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Saturday.