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North Dakota State stuns Jayhawks, 6-3

Jayhawks stunned in Gill's debut

In March, University of Northern Iowa shocked Kansas University’s basketball team with an upset in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Saturday at Memorial Stadium, a similarly scrappy North Dakota State University football team handed KU another crippling loss. Hard to believe that a three-pointer — a 32-yard field goal from NDSU kicker Ryan Jastram with 8:04 to play in the third quarter — from a Missouri Valley upstart did the Jayhawks in again.

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Josh Selby to attend class Tuesday

NCAA still has not cleared freshman to play

Kansas University freshman basketball point guard Josh Selby will be attending class on Tuesday but has not been cleared to participate during the 2010-11 basketball season, coach Bill Self confirmed to the Journal-World on Sunday afternoon.

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KU still can win four, but only if …

Call me an eternal optimist, you always do, but I’ll say it anyway: Despite an embarrassing, historically bad loss in Saturday evening’s season-opener to a Division I-AA football school, I still believe Kansas University can get to four victories this season.

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Bison expected win

NDSU happily notches upset

North Dakota State’s football players stood on benches in the visitor’s locker room at Memorial Stadium, loudly singing the school’s fight song while hugging and high-fiving each other.

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Teammates encourage TE

Jayhawks give Biere show of support

Receiver Daymond Patterson made sure to find Tim Biere in the locker room after Kansas University’s 6-3 loss to North Dakota State on Saturday.

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Matt Tait’s Kansas football notebook

Kansas University’s football team added a new wrinkle to its pregame ritual Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Kansas women's CC team dominates 5K

Kansas University sophomore Kyra Kilwein claimed a victory in the women’s 5K run at the Bob Timons Classic on Saturday at Rim Rock Farm.

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KU volleyball sweeps at Classic

Red-shirt freshman Jarmoc MVP as Jayhawks beat Chattanooga, improve to 7-0

Red-shirt freshman Caroline Jarmoc led Kansas University’s volleyball team to a sweep of Chattanooga and earned MVP honors Saturday at the Jayhawk Classic.