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FINAL: KU defense buckles down in fourth quarter of 35-28 win over Southern Miss

The KU defense shut down Southern Miss late, helping to preserve the seven-point victory.

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Former walk-on Bechard newest member of KU coaching staff

Former Kansas University basketball walk-on guard Brennan Bechard has joined the Jayhawk coaching staff.

Stories

KU volleyball loses to Baylor

Kansas University's volleyball team lost to Baylor in a three-set sweep Saturday afternoon.

KU's Perkins calls recent fights most complicated issue he's dealt with

Speaking with members of the media prior to today's football game against Southern Mississippi at Memorial Stadium, Kansas University athletic director Lew Perkins shed little light on the details of the past week, but insisted it was a matter being handled with the utmost importance

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FINAL: KU defense buckles down in fourth quarter of 35-28 win over Southern Miss

The KU defense shut down Southern Miss late, helping to preserve the seven-point victory.

KU vs. So. Miss. Head to head

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Former walk-on Bechard newest member of KU coaching staff

Former Kansas University basketball walk-on guard Brennan Bechard has joined the Jayhawk coaching staff.

Four KU tennis players start undefeated

Kansas University junior Maria Martinez, sophomores Erin Wilbert and Ekaterina Morozova, and freshman Sara Lazarevic went undefeated in singles play to open the KU Invitational on Friday at First Serve Tennis center.

Kansas soccer shut out, 3-0

The Kansas University soccer team was blanked, 3-0, by Oklahoma State on Friday in the Jayhawks’ Big 12 opener at the Cowgirl Soccer Complex.

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NU streak witnessed from start

When I read that Nebraska University would celebrate its 300th straight football sellout tonight, I was hardly surprised. But I was a bit taken aback when I realized I had been in NU’s Memorial Stadium for the start of that streak.

Eagles see KU as signature opponent

Know the foe: Southern Miss

Members of the Southern Mississippi football team don’t expect a whole lot of love when they take on Kansas University at 11 a.m. today at Memorial Stadium — or any other time, for that matter.

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Wild about the Wildcat: Southern Miss. successful with odd offense

Damion Fletcher wondered what the hold-up was. During his first three years at Southern Mississippi, the running back had heard the rumblings of this “Wildcat” offensive formation, had watched as Darren McFadden and Felix Jones tore through opposing defenses while using it as members of Arkansas’ team two years ago, and was wondering when, exactly, the Golden Eagles would give the formation a try.