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KU coaches keeping it simple for QB Jordan Webb

The first three weeks of the Kansas University football season have been anything but a smooth ride, particularly for the offense. Young players have been put into prime-time roles, play-calls have been slow to get to the huddle and the offensive line has struggled to move together as one unit.

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Report: Mangino hired by Minnesota

Out of football for a little more than nine months, former Kansas University head coach Mark Mangino apparently is back in the game.

Pierce looking forward to Shaq pairing

Paul Pierce is eager to help Shaquille O’Neal catch up to Kobe Bryant. Pierce enthusiastically endorsed the Boston Celtics’ decision to sign O’Neal after Pierce’s No. 34 jersey was retired at Inglewood High School on Tuesday.

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Kansas men’s golf sixth at home invite

Kansas University’s men’s golf team ended the final round of the Kansas Invitational in a tie for sixth place with Kansas State on Tuesday at Alvamar.

Missed practices costs Sooners LB Lewis

Linebacker Ronnell Lewis didn’t play a single snap on defense in Oklahoma’s game, and coach Bob Stoops says it has to do with time he missed in practice.

KU-NU volleyball on tape delay

The Kansas University at Nebraska volleyball match at 7 p.m. on Wednesday will be televised on tape delay on Metro Sports (Sunflower Broadband channel 37) at 11 p.m. Wednesday.

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KU coaches keeping it simple for QB Jordan Webb

The first three weeks of the Kansas University football season have been anything but a smooth ride, particularly for the offense. Young players have been put into prime-time roles, play-calls have been slow to get to the huddle and the offensive line has struggled to move together as one unit.

Matt Tait’s KU football notebook

During the first three weeks of the season, the Kansas University football team already has had two punts blocked, one which was returned for a touchdown in last week’s loss to Southern Miss.

KU’s Gill praises his staff...a lot

It never hurts to see how closely you’ve been studying your favorite football team’s new coach during Tuesday news conferences he uses to communicate to the public.

Leaving Big 12 costs Nebraska, Colorado millions

The Big 12 will become a 10-team league next year after all in the wake of agreements Tuesday that require Nebraska and Colorado to forfeit a combined $16 million in conference payouts.

Sooners face first road test

With their own fans surrounding them in the friendly confines of Owen Field, the Oklahoma Sooners have been practically invincible.

No. 1 hoops prep in Class of 2011 will visit KU

Austin Rivers, the No. 1-rated high school basketball player in the Class of 2011, has set a date for an official recruiting visit to Kansas University.