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Ready to ramble: Tech gets most out of its option offense

Others may be given credit for inventing the option offense, but Georgia Tech football coach Paul Johnson certainly has had a hand in perfecting it.

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Emotional LB Justin Springer has big day vs. Georgia Tech

Justin Springer said it all hit him once he sat down at his locker following Kansas University’s 28-25 upset over No. 15 Georgia Tech on Saturday.

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KU upsets No. 15 Georgia Tech, 28-25

Kansas' defense came up with a fourth-down stand in the final minute, helping the Jayhawks to a 28-25 victory over No. 15 Georgia Tech on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Kansas QBs judged rapidly

Kale Pick and Jordan Webb signed up for the Evelyn Wood speed-reading class for college football defenses. Their checks cleared. So look for them to make their reads as if they had a combined 35 starts now, instead of one.

Once pass-happy Big 12 ready to run again

The Big 12 is ready to run again. The pass-happy league that’s been known in recent years for producing Heisman Trophy finalists at quarterback is now home to the nation’s top three rushers.

KU vs. Georgia Tech head to head

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Ready to ramble: Tech gets most out of its option offense

Others may be given credit for inventing the option offense, but Georgia Tech football coach Paul Johnson certainly has had a hand in perfecting it.

Know the Foe: Yellow Jackets wary of smarting Jayhawks

While Kansas University’s football team was fighting for its life last week against North Dakota State — a game the Jayhawks ultimately lost, 6-3 — the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were rolling up 372 yards on the ground and running over South Carolina State, 41-10.

KU soccer falls in double overtime

A late goal in the 102nd minute doomed the Kansas University soccer team to a 1-0 double overtime setback on Friday against Cal-State Northridge at the UNLV Rebel Classic.

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Kansas volleyball splits pair vs. Winthrop, Northern Iowa

Kansas University’s volleyball team fell in five sets (25-16, 25-20, 23-25, 20-25, 15-11) to No. 18 Northern Iowa on Friday night at the Kansas Invitational in Horejsi Center.

Ostertag hopeful for another comeback

Former Kansas University basketball center Greg Ostertag is thinking about making a comeback ... again.

KU football receives commitment from Texas kicker

Kansas University’s football program on Thursday received an oral commitment from Class of 2011 place kicker Alex Mueller, a 5-foot-10, 155-pound senior from Grapevine (Texas) High.

Former KU pitcher Smyth promoted

Former Kansas University relief pitcher Paul Smyth was promoted in the Oakland Athletics’ organization to Double-A Midland, in time for the Rockhounds’ postseason series with Frisco, which began Friday.