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Back on track?

KU hoping to re-establish running game

Jake Sharp is tough. Just about everyone associated with the Kansas University football team will tell you so. They will tell you this any time you ask about the speedy running back, and, often, when you don’t.

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Dugan Arnett’s KU football notebook

Whatever the reason for the Kansas University football team’s early-game struggles this season — unfamiliar defensive looks, turnovers, nerves — things need to improve.

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Cowboys pressing on

Oklahoma State quarterback Zac Robinson honors his late grandfather on game day with two simple, encouraging words written on adhesive strips under his eyes: Press on.

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KU volleyball rolls over Roos

Jayhawks tune up for A&M with sweep

A run-away, three-set victory over UMKC gives Kansas University’s volleyball team three victories in four matches heading into Saturday’s 6:30 p.m. showdown against No. 25-ranked Texas A&M in Horejsi Center.

Mangino won’t take date bait

Fat paychecks make gaining celebrity status in sports all worthwhile, but that doesn’t mean the job is not without drawbacks.

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Kansas’ Reed can hit big shots

Jayhawk guard’s shooting touch extends to golf course

Evidently, Tyrel Reed’s dead-eye accuracy extends to the golf course as well.

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Back on track?

KU hoping to re-establish running game

Jake Sharp is tough. Just about everyone associated with the Kansas University football team will tell you so. They will tell you this any time you ask about the speedy running back, and, often, when you don’t.

Barbee takes fourth; KU finishes 11th

Nate Barbee fired his second-straight under-par round to finish tied for fourth place and lead the Kansas University men's golf team to an 11th-place finish at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate.