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Stories for September 26, 2010

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Rock ’em, sock ’em: Ags KO’d by KU’s 1-2 punch

The dash came early, the smash came late, and Kansas University’s football team finally came away with a result that was expected.

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Kale Pick out 3 weeks with leg injury

Kansas University football coach Turner Gill said Sunday night that second-string quarterback Kale Pick sustained a leg injury during Saturday’s victory against New Mexico State and will be out of action for three weeks.

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Kansas’ James Sims special

It seemed such a strange move when first-year Kansas University football coach Turner Gill took his most productive returning offensive player and sent him to the other side of the line of scrimmage to play linebacker.

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Jayhawks pick up pace

Johnathan Wilson said the Kansas University football coaches had greater intensity during practice in the days leading up to the Jayhawks’ 42-16 victory over New Mexico State on Saturday.

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Rock ’em, sock ’em: Ags KO’d by KU’s 1-2 punch

The dash came early, the smash came late, and Kansas University’s football team finally came away with a result that was expected.

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On hand for Hall ceremony, Miles to pursue NBA

Aaron Miles, who played pro basketball in Greece last season, leaves Lawrence today for what he hopes is an even greater adventure — one in the NBA.

KU volleyball falls to Colorado

Kansas University’s volleyball team battled back from a two-set deficit to force a fifth set against Colorado, but it wasn’t enough as the Buffaloes prevailed, 3-2, on Saturday.

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NMSU beat up by KU

New Mexico State quarterback Matt Christian nursed more than a bruised ego after the Aggies’ 42-16 loss to Kansas University on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Big 12 football roundup: No. 7 Texas stunned by UCLA

Johnathan Franklin rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown Saturday, and UCLA stunned Texas on its home field again.

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Matt Tait’s KU football notebook

Through three games this season, Kansas University quarterback Jordan Webb had been sacked an average of four times a game.