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Afternoon

FINAL: Oklahoma overwhelms Kansas, 35-13

The Sooners' defense intercepted KU's Todd Reesing three times in the first half and held the Jayhawks without a touchdown in the first 55 minutes.

Early Morning

No-trouble double: McDougald comfortable on defense, too

In a perfect world, violence would be non-existent, vegetables would taste like brownies, and college football players would finish the season on the same side of the ball on which they started.

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FINAL: Oklahoma overwhelms Kansas, 35-13

The Sooners' defense intercepted KU's Todd Reesing three times in the first half and held the Jayhawks without a touchdown in the first 55 minutes.

MU’s Alexander puts injuries behind

Two years ago, Danario Alexander beat out future NFL first-round draft pick Jeremy Maclin for a starting wide receiver spot at Missouri. Then he broke his wrist.

KU vs. OU Head to head

Breaking down KU versus OU.

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KU soccer team loses ground in postseason race with 7-4 loss

Disheartening is how Kansas University soccer coach Mark Francis described his team’s loss to Nebraska on Friday.

Martinez leads KU at tennis tourney

Kansas University’s Maria Martinez won her singles match and teamed with Kunigunda Dorn for a doubles victory at the Jayhawk Invitational on Friday at First Serve Tennis Center. KU sophomore Alessandra Dzuba also notched a singles victory.

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Self, Gillispie reunite at coaches clinic

Good buddies Bill Self and Billy Gillispie sat in the lower-level, west-side bleachers of Allen Fieldhouse on Friday night, listening intently to NBA legend Del Harris, who served as guest speaker at Self’s annual Kansas University basketball coaches clinic.

Defense has carried Sooners so far

Last year, as the Oklahoma University offense made its assault on the national record books, the team’s defense was afforded a good bit of breathing room, the security that comes with knowing that perfection is not always required when your offensive teammates were regularly putting up 60-plus points.

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No-trouble double: McDougald comfortable on defense, too

In a perfect world, violence would be non-existent, vegetables would taste like brownies, and college football players would finish the season on the same side of the ball on which they started.