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Stories for September 6, 2009

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A grand opening

Jayhawks run wild in blowout of Bears

At this time last year, Kansas University’s football coaching staff was fielding a steady stream of questions about the team’s lack of a potent running game.

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Four Jayhawks suspended

Four Kansas University football players, including standout receiver Dezmon Briscoe, were held out of Saturday’s season-opening victory over Northern Colorado for disciplinary reasons.

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KU volleyball takes second

Sophomores Allison Mayfield and Nicole Tate each tallied double-doubles as the Kansas University volleyball team beat the Creighton Bluejays, 3-1, Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd at Horejsi Family Athletics Center.

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Go, Rebeka! Stowe, Kansas CC sweep

Rebeka Stowe, a sophomore from Olathe Northwest High, paced the KU women to a team championship at the squad’s only home meet of the season.

Reesing has game on string

A young Michael Jackson, before he lost his face both literally and figuratively, really knew how to grip a crowd with his moves, high-pitched voice and contagious energy.

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Game balls and Gassers

Who strutted their stuff Saturday? Who fell short of expectations?

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Bears impressed by Kansas QB

Northern Colorado’s football team left Memorial Stadium on Saturday night with lasting memories of Todd Reesing.

Sayers tickled by sellout

Kansas University’s football program has come a long way in 45 years.

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A grand opening

Jayhawks run wild in blowout of Bears

At this time last year, Kansas University’s football coaching staff was fielding a steady stream of questions about the team’s lack of a potent running game.

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Opurum, Pick have dandy debuts

Toben Opurum already has come up with a plan to combat his insomnia next week.