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New faces impacting Jayhawks’ defense

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino didn’t need to see much from a group of defensive newcomers to know that his team would be better off with them contributing.

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Bradford out for Saturday's game against KU

Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford has been ruled out of No. 25 Oklahoma's game this week at 24th-ranked Kansas, but coach Bob Stoops says any decision beyond that is yet to come.

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KU to meet Texas Tech at 2:30 on ABC

The Big 12 Conference announced Monday afternoon that KU-Texas Tech would meet at 2:30 p.m. in Lubbock, Texas, on a game to be televised by ABC.

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New faces impacting Jayhawks’ defense

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino didn’t need to see much from a group of defensive newcomers to know that his team would be better off with them contributing.

Tide take over No. 1 spot

After a steady climb, Alabama has reached the top of the AP poll.

Florida, Alabama in lead in BCS standings

Florida, Alabama and Texas hold the top three spots in the first BCS standings and control their fates in the national championship race.

Dugan Arnett’s KU football notebook

A day after Kansas University wide receiver Bradley McDougald made a short cameo at defensive back in a 34-30 road loss to Colorado, KU coach Mark Mangino said the true freshman from Dublin, Ohio, will play both offense and defense for the remainder of the season in an effort to add depth to a struggling secondary.

Reesing makes cut for Unitas award

Kansas University quarterback Todd Reesing was one of 10 players to make the cut as a candidate for the 2009 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. The award is presented to the country’s top senior college quarterback.

Kansas soccer falls, 2-1

Lisa Silwinski’s goal in the 107th minute gave Baylor a 2-1 overtime soccer victory over Kansas University on Sunday.

Woolridge thrilled with visit to Allen Fieldhouse

Royce Woolridge, who orally committed to Kansas University as a sophomore in high school, has never second-guessed his decision to become a Jayhawk.

Kansas will beat Sooners

Members of the local Pessimist Breakfast Club — they know who they are — between complaints about the texture of the eggs and the weakness of the coffee undoubtedly are grousing about how, if the Kansas University football team can’t defeat reeling Colorado, then it’s curtains for KU on Saturday against Oklahoma.