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FINAL: Reesing's four combined TDs lead KU to 49-3 rout over Northern Colorado

Jake Sharp and Toben Opurum added two TDs each as the Jayhawks made quick work of the Bears.

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FINAL: Reesing's four combined TDs lead KU to 49-3 rout over Northern Colorado

Jake Sharp and Toben Opurum added two TDs each as the Jayhawks made quick work of the Bears.

Briscoe, three others to miss UNC game

Kansas University junior receiver Dezmon Briscoe is expected to miss tonight’s season-opening game against Northern Colorado, the Journal-World has learned

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Reesing’s top 10: A subjective look at some of the Kansas QB’s best plays

Ed Warinner’s response was the only appropriate one: laughter. The question: When you think about memorable Todd Reesing plays, which are the first to come to mind? It’s a question akin to asking Don Rickles to name his favorite put-down. So many from which to choose.

Kansas football Q&A

Questions you always wanted to ask about today’s Kansas University football opener against Northern Colorado (6 p.m. kickoff, Sunflower Broadband Channels 2, 145) but forgot to ask...

Jayhawks hoops players voice support for football team

There’s a pretty good football team lurking in Kansas University’s basketball locker room.

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KU soccer wins, 3-1

Kansas University senior Monica Dolinsky scored her first goal of the season and added an assist, while sophomore Emily Cressy and freshman Whitney Berry also scored in the Jayhawks’ 3-1 soccer victory over Long Beach State on Friday at Jayhawk Soccer Complex.

Former Kansas football player Shanklin dies

Former Kansas University football player Donnie Shanklin died Aug. 30 in his hometown of Amarillo, Texas, at the age of 62.

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Jayhawks split at home

The Kansas University volleyball team split its two matches Friday at the Jayhawk Invitational.

KU men’s golf team receives academic honor

The Kansas University men’s golf team was recently named to the Golf Coaches Association of America 2008-09 All-Academic Team.

This year, Sooners counting on defense

In 2008, Oklahoma had a record-setting offense in a conference known for its high-flying attacks. This season, it has last year’s Heisman Trophy winner, Sam Bradford, returning at quarterback. It also has a coach, Bob Stoops, whose 0-5 record in Bowl Championship Series games since the 2002 season has turned the nickname “Big-Game Bob” into something of a misnomer.

Pelini anxious for Huskers’ opener

Nebraska coach Bo Pelini is more on edge than usual. The 24th-ranked Huskers are breaking in a new quarterback and young players at several other positions, yet they’re three-touchdown favorites at home against Florida Atlantic today — an opponent that has won back-to-back bowl games and is accustomed to playing in some of college football’s biggest venues.

KU vs. UNC: Head to head

QB followed circuitous rout to UNC

Know the foe: Northern Colorado

The questions arrived almost as soon as the new quarterback did: How did you like Florida? What’s Urban Meyer like? What about Tim Tebow?