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Miner imperfection

Jayhawks cruise, but bemoan late slip-up

One thing. On the Kansas University football team’s trip back home from Saturday’s 34-7 victory over Texas-El Paso, the defensive unit will have just one thing to dwell on — a late-game breakdown that resulted in a 75-yard UTEP touchdown that put a blemish on an otherwise impressive performance.

Evening

FINAL: KU's defense dominates in 34-7 trouncing of UTEP

KU's defense swarmed UTEP with six sacks in the Jayhawks' first road non-conference victory since 2003.

Stories

How Keegan voted

The following is Tom Keegan's Sept. 13 ballot for the Associated Press college football poll.

KU football moves up in both polls

Jayhawks ranked 22nd in AP, 23rd in coaches poll

Following a 34-7 victory over UTEP on Saturday, the Kansas football team moved up in both national rankings.

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Miners: KU unstoppable

UTEP coach Mike Price stood calmly in the postgame news conference, his message much like a famous rant from former Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green.

KU tennis wins six of eight singles matches

The Kansas women’s tennis team won six out of eight singles matches to complete the second day of the UNCW Collegiate Tennis Invitational on Saturday.

Game balls and Gassers

Game balls and Gassers from KU vs. UTEP

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Miner imperfection

Jayhawks cruise, but bemoan late slip-up

One thing. On the Kansas University football team’s trip back home from Saturday’s 34-7 victory over Texas-El Paso, the defensive unit will have just one thing to dwell on — a late-game breakdown that resulted in a 75-yard UTEP touchdown that put a blemish on an otherwise impressive performance.

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KU position changes abound

After a 2008 season in which the defensive secondary underwent a massive overhaul, playing what essentially amounted to a game of musical chairs, members of the Kansas University defensive backfield have grown accustomed to adapting quickly.

KU volleyball team snags title

Three Kansas University volleyball players finished with double digit kills in the Jayhawks’ 3-0 victory over the University of Arkansas Saturday night at the Arkansas Tournament.

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D-line shows its fangs

Bar stools across America are kept warm with former defensive backs crying into their drinks, convinced they were failures as football players, haunted by unflattering nicknames pinned on them for giving up touchdowns to flashy receivers.

KU runners finish first, second in Missouri

The Kansas men’s cross country team won its second straight race on Saturday, winning the Missouri Cross Country Challenge.