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Double trouble: Jayhawks wary of Baylor’s dual-threat quarterback

Four games into the 2010 season, Kansas University junior Steven Johnson has found his niche within the KU linebacking corps. Justin Springer’s the maniac. Drew Dudley’s the veteran. And Johnson’s the film-watcher.

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Baylor's short passing game catches Jayhawks by surprise

Scheme surprised KU

The Kansas coaches and players prepared for the wrong Baylor offense in the Bears’ 55-7 victory Saturday.

Daydreaming about defenses

Recurring daydreams don’t get nearly the analytical play that night dreams and nightmares get. Speaking for all chronic daydreamers, that’s not right.

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Reed ‘the star’ of Self’s Boot Camp so far

The most fit member of Kansas University’s basketball team is dominating Boot Camp conditioning once again this year.

KU vs. Baylor: Head to head

Know the foe: Bears eager to start new ‘season’ today

Baylor University football coach Art Briles has a pretty unique philosophy when it comes preparing for games.

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Double trouble: Jayhawks wary of Baylor’s dual-threat quarterback

Four games into the 2010 season, Kansas University junior Steven Johnson has found his niche within the KU linebacking corps. Justin Springer’s the maniac. Drew Dudley’s the veteran. And Johnson’s the film-watcher.

Doubles teams, soph lead KU tennis

Kansas University sophomore Victoria Khanevskaya and all three of KU’s doubles teams went undefeated Friday to highlight the first day of Notre Dame’s Eck Classic.

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KU soccer falls, 1-0

Kansas University’s soccer team held No. 10 Texas A&M to just one goal Friday afternoon at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex, but that wasn’t enough as the Jayhawks fell, 1-0.

Power struggle in South begins: Today’s Texas-Oklahoma showdown could go a long way toward determining division champion

The chances that Texas will return to the BCS championship game for a second straight year are greatly diminished, if not gone, after a humiliating rout at home.

Scheme change benefits Raiders

Texas Tech’s switch to a 3-4 defensive alignment has been ideal for Brian Duncan.