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No defender left behind

Jayhawk coaches realizing defense a little overwhelmed

Bill Miller had something to say, and so Kansas University’s first-year linebackers coach/co-defensive coordinator gathered his unit following Saturday’s narrow 41-36 victory over visiting Iowa State.

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Report: KU basketball player Morningstar had nearly twice the legal limit of alcohol in system when arrested

Suspended Kansas University basketball player Brady Morningstar had nearly twice the legal limit of alcohol in his system when he was arrested for driving under the influence on Oct. 3, according

KU wants to alter 11th Street to increase parking for new Gridiron Club

Project would improve traffic flow, add parking

A split formation for 11th Street near Memorial Stadium would be straightened out in conjunction with Kansas Athletics Inc.’s game plan for a new $34 million Gridiron Club.

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KU men's basketball is unanimous pick to win Big 12

The Kansas men's basketball team is the unanimous choice to win the Big 12 title, according to a vote of the conference coaches released Wednesday.

KU women up to eighth

Grace Thiry fired a 1-under-par 71, while Meghna Bal and Emily Powers shot 74s to help the Kansas University women’s golf team move up to eighth place in the team standings at the Price’s Give ’Em Five Intercollegiate Tuesday.

Dugan Arnett’s KU football notebook

Any time a college football coach starts nudging one of his players into the Heisman Trophy talk, it means the player’s obviously doing something right. When coach Mark Mangino hops onto your Heisman bandwagon, it means you must be Superman.

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Hawkins: Both Colorado QBs will get playing time

Following Saturday’s loss to Texas, word out of Boulder, Colo., was that Colorado quarterback Cody Hawkins — son of head coach Dan Hawkins — would be benched this season in favor of sophomore Tyler Hansen.

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Taylor might scrimmage at Late Night

Jayhawk’s thumb healing; guard should have no problem with skits

Injured Kansas University sophomore basketball guard Tyshawn Taylor, who will participate in the skits at Friday’s Late Night in the Phog, also may play in the Jayhawks’ intrasquad scrimmage.

Coaching your son not easy

Whoever coined the phrase, “Hitting a baseball is the hardest thing to do in sports,” probably never coached his son.

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No defender left behind

Jayhawk coaches realizing defense a little overwhelmed

Bill Miller had something to say, and so Kansas University’s first-year linebackers coach/co-defensive coordinator gathered his unit following Saturday’s narrow 41-36 victory over visiting Iowa State.