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Despite WR success, Meier still wears red

Even as he has developed into Kansas University’s most reliable wide receiver, and even as red-shirt freshman Kale Pick has proven himself to be a capable No. 2 quarterback, Jayhawks senior Kerry Meier still shows up to football practice every day wearing the red jersey that marks the team's quarterbacks.

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Joe-College.com ordered to pay Kansas Athletics more than $660,000

Judge orders business to cover KU Athletics’ attorney fees, expenses

The owners of Joe-College.com must pay Kansas Athletics Inc. $667,507 in attorneys fees and expenses generated during a court case over the content of loosely — and perhaps not-so-loosely — KU-themed T-shirts, a federal judge ruled Monday.

KU-Iowa State football game to kick off at 11:30 a.m.

Contest will be televised on Versus

The Kansas football team's Big 12 opener against Iowa State will kick off at 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 10 and will be televised on Versus.

Fast start reveals little

Kansas University's 4-0 football start was expected — and not particularly revealing.

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Despite WR success, Meier still wears red

Even as he has developed into Kansas University’s most reliable wide receiver, and even as red-shirt freshman Kale Pick has proven himself to be a capable No. 2 quarterback, Jayhawks senior Kerry Meier still shows up to football practice every day wearing the red jersey that marks the team's quarterbacks.

Selby cuts list to six

Josh Selby, a 6-foot-2 senior guard from Lake Clifton High in Baltimore, has narrowed his list of prospective colleges to six, including Kansas University.

KU tennis shines

Kansas University’s tennis team went 7-2 in doubles and 19-9 in singles at the KU Invitational, which concluded Sunday at First Serve Tennis Center.

Boot Camp under way for Kansas

Bill Self’s Boot Camp officially was to begin at 6 a.m. today, in Kansas University’s new basketball practice facility.