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Extreme makeover

Onyegbule vital component of revamped defensive line

At some point during the past offseason, Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino decided his team’s pass rush needed a proverbial kick in the pants. Then, he set out to make sure it got one.

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KU's Biere could miss Duke game

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino said Wednesday that tight end Tim Biere could miss Saturday's game against visiting Duke.

Pollard most likely done with NBA

Scot Pollard, who in 11 days will play in his first organized basketball game in 19 months, says his two-game stint with the Midwest All-Stars isn’t the start of a full-fledged pro comeback.

Kansas men’s golf third in Nebraska

Nate Barbee carded an even-par 72 and the Kansas University men’s golf team placed third on Tuesday at the Fairway Club Invitational.

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Extreme makeover

Onyegbule vital component of revamped defensive line

At some point during the past offseason, Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino decided his team’s pass rush needed a proverbial kick in the pants. Then, he set out to make sure it got one.

Powers second, KU women’s golf third

Emily Powers finished second individually to lead the Kansas University women’s golf team to a third-place finish on Tuesday at the Chip-N Club Invitational.

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Tech quarterback a quiet leader

He’s thrown for 861 yards and nine touchdowns in two games, more than anyone else in college football this season.

Duke: No QB controversy

Thad Lewis probably knew he’d hear the term “quarterback controversy” this week after the way backup Sean Renfree played in Duke’s weekend win at Army. He just won’t let himself think of it that way.

Duke strikes a nerve

The game had been played, the trip completed and still the song looped in my head. The more I tried to think about something else, the louder it roared, bringing pressure from the top of head down on my eyes, slightly blurring my vision.