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Change coming to KU football

Jayhawks tinkering to shore up defense

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino said that defensive changes were imminent following his team’s near-upset at the hands of Iowa State on Saturday, a game in which the Jayhawks gave up 512 yards of total offense to a Cyclones team that had averaged just 379 per game in its previous five outings. Sunday, he began the process of making them.

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KU football will play Oklahoma at either 2:30 or 7 p.m. on ABC

The Kansas football team will play its home game against Oklahoma at either 2:30 or 7 p.m. on Oct. 24, the Big 12 announced Monday. A final decision on the game time will be made Sunday.

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Mangino: Reesing should be a part of Heisman discussion

Kansas coach Mark Mangino isn't one who usually advocates for personal awards for his players. That changed a bit on Monday when Mangino was asked about his quarterback Todd Reesing.

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KU soccer suffers 1-0 setback

Kansas soccer fell to Colorado, 1-0.

Defensive disparity damning

The recruitment of Toben Opurum and Bradley McDougald points to part of what led to the disparity between KU's offense and defense.

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Buffaloes switch QBs

Hansen in, Hawkins out for Colorado

Unlike last year, when coach Dan Hawkins only temporarily benched his quarterback son, the Colorado Buffaloes are set to go with Tyler Hansen for the remainder of the season.

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Change coming to KU football

Jayhawks tinkering to shore up defense

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino said that defensive changes were imminent following his team’s near-upset at the hands of Iowa State on Saturday, a game in which the Jayhawks gave up 512 yards of total offense to a Cyclones team that had averaged just 379 per game in its previous five outings. Sunday, he began the process of making them.

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Mizzou alums seek KU students of similar stripe

Robert Rescot is looking for some Kansas University students brave enough to wear their black and gold colors in the epicenter of enemy territory.