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Mangino: So far, so good for linebackers

The first glimpses of the Kansas University football team’s revamped linebacker corps came Saturday, and while the foe proved particularly inferior — NCAA Championship Subdivision Northern Colorado finished just 1-10 last season — there was reason enough to be encouraged.

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Kansas safety Harris gets swagger back

After a rough 2008 season, Kansas' Chris Harris started out 2009 with a bang.

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OU's Bradford could return in 2-4 weeks

Sooners coach says QB probably won’t need surgery

Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford is not expected to need surgery on his sprained right shoulder and the quarterback could play again for No. 3 Oklahoma in two to four weeks.

Rookie looking sharp

Bradley McDougald looks sharp on and off the field for Kansas University's football team.

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Less than perfect

KU soccer not ‘fat and happy’ despite 5-0 start

Kansas beat Rhode Island, 3-1, to improve to 5-0.

Colorado State stuns Buffaloes

Fifth-year senior QB passes Rams to 23-17 victory in Boulder

Grant Stucker’s made his first start Sunday night and led Colorado State to a 23-17 upset of Colorado, the Rams’ first victory in Boulder since 1986.

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Mangino: So far, so good for linebackers

The first glimpses of the Kansas University football team’s revamped linebacker corps came Saturday, and while the foe proved particularly inferior — NCAA Championship Subdivision Northern Colorado finished just 1-10 last season — there was reason enough to be encouraged.