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Replacing Reesing: Six candidates are vying for KU starting quarterback position

The one question that may spark the most interest around the Kansas University football program this season might be the one that takes the longest to answer.

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KU baseball settles for a tie with Texas A&M

With rallies in the ninth and 11th innings, the Kansas University baseball team avoided losing its first Big 12 series after winning the opening game since 2007. In doing so, however, the Jayhawks picked up their first tie since 2004.

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Texas pitcher shuts down KU softball team, 6-2

Megan Smith isn’t questioning the dominance of Texas Longhorns standout pitcher Blaire Luna. The Kansas University softball coach just thinks her Jayhawks might have contributed a little something to it.

KU rowers win Kansas Cup

The Kansas rowing team made the most of senior day on Saturday by winning the 2010 Kansas Cup, 12-8, in dominating fashion at Wyandotte County Lake.

Powers, Bal lead women’s golf team

Emily Powers and Meghna Bal fired identical rounds of 76 to help Kansas finish in seventh place through the second round of the Ole Miss Rebel Intercollegiate.

KU's Scott, Geubelle excel at Texas Relays

Kansas University pole vaulter Jordan Scott turned in the best performance of his career Saturday at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays, as the senior from Watkinsville, Ga., cleared 5.71 meters (18-08.75 feet) to finish second behind long-time rival and defending NCAA outdoor champion Jason Colwick of Rice.

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With victory, Duke earns role of Goliath

After tossing a big, wet blanket on one feel-good story, Duke gets to go after another.

Final Four stats can be deceiving

Hoop notions, near and far

Duke tradition to meet ‘The Butler Way’

Little Butler has faced one big test after another in its magical run through the NCAA Tournament. And the biggest awaits in Monday night’s title game: Duke, winner take all.

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Replacing Reesing: Six candidates are vying for KU starting quarterback position

The one question that may spark the most interest around the Kansas University football program this season might be the one that takes the longest to answer.