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FINAL: KU's defense collapses late in 31-17 loss to Nebraska

NU's Roy Helu Jr. rushed for 156 yards and three touchdowns as KU couldn't hold on to a fourth-quarter lead.

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Alexander helps Missouri beat Kansas State 38-12

Missouri's 38-12 victory over Kansas State on Saturday can be explained in two words — Danario Alexander. Shaking off some would-be tacklers and outrunning others, the powerful 6-foot-5 wide receiver had 200 yards and three touchdowns on only 10 catches, his second consecutive monster game, and simply overwhelmed the overmatched Wildcats.

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FINAL: KU's defense collapses late in 31-17 loss to Nebraska

NU's Roy Helu Jr. rushed for 156 yards and three touchdowns as KU couldn't hold on to a fourth-quarter lead.

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X-cellent debut

Henry nets 27, record

It took much-hyped freshman sensation Xavier Henry all of one game to etch his name into Kansas University’s storied basketball record books.

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Huskers still searching for offense

Playing offense for the University of Nebraska football team does not appear to be a particularly difficult venture.

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A senior moment

Captains, seniors hope for memorable Memorial finale

Four years is a lot of time.

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Kansas proves unselfish

The fear, expressed often by those who pin a large chunk of their happiness on the outcome of Kansas University basketball games, was this year’s team would be so deep there wouldn’t be enough minutes to go around.

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Hofstra standout’s plan goes awry

Jenkins tries — and fails — to get Kansas center Aldrich in foul trouble

Hofstra junior Charles Jenkins set a personal goal before Friday’s game against Kansas University: to take it straight at KU center Cole Aldrich.

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Gary Bedore’s KU basketball notebook

Kansas University senior Mario Little and sophomore Travis Releford will red-shirt this season, KU coach Bill Self said after Friday’s victory over Hofstra.

Kansas women’s golf adds state champ

Indiana high school state champion Meghan Potee signed a national letter of intent to play golf at Kansas University on Friday.

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McCray a 2nd-teamer

ESPN.com tapped Kansas University senior guard/forward Danielle McCray a preseason second-team All-American on Friday.

KU softball signs six

First-year Kansas University softball coach Megan Smith announced the signing of six players to national letters of intent Friday.