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Sophomore swagger

Patterson more comfortable, confident in second year

The weekly Tuesday afternoon media sessions with Kansas University football players can at least crack windows into their personalities. At those sessions a year ago, Daymond Patterson’s clipped responses to questions were delivered at low volume. His body language screamed he didn’t want to be there. Now, he talks louder, looks into the eyes of his partner in conversation, never mumbles and appears to enjoy the exchanges.

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KU football's season-opener officially a sellout

The Kansas University football team's season-opener Saturday against Northern Colorado has been sold out, according to KU athletics officials.

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Transportation options plentiful for those going to Saturday's KU game

But fans also have several options if they don’t park at the stadium for the 6 p.m. Kansas University game against Northern Colorado. For them, there is the park-and-ride shuttle bus.

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KUsports.com gets ready to launch KU fan travel community

This week, KUsports.com will debut Road Hawks, an interactive, online, multimedia feature designed to help you have the best experience when you’re on the road, watching the ‘Hawks.

Northern Colorado AD Hinrichs thrilled for visit

Jay Hinrichs can think of no place he’d rather be than Kansas University’s Memorial Stadium on a pleasant, late-summer Saturday evening.

Mangino stresses importance of field position

KU’s high-powered offense already proven; coach wants improved special teams

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino is tired of seeing his team backed up near its own end zone.

Stuckey named to CLASS award candidate list

KU football player Darrell Stuckey was named to the 30-player Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award candidate list Wednesday.

Hadl featured guest

The Kansas Quarterback Club resumes tonight at a new location with a celebrity guest kicking off the season.

Former Jayhawks join Team NBA

Former KU guards Russell Robinson and Billy Thomas will be playing for Team NBA in the 2009 NBA Asia Challenge, which starts Saturday in Seoul, Korea.

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Sophomore swagger

Patterson more comfortable, confident in second year

The weekly Tuesday afternoon media sessions with Kansas University football players can at least crack windows into their personalities. At those sessions a year ago, Daymond Patterson’s clipped responses to questions were delivered at low volume. His body language screamed he didn’t want to be there. Now, he talks louder, looks into the eyes of his partner in conversation, never mumbles and appears to enjoy the exchanges.