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Stories for November 20, 2011

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Author sheds light on Penn State case

The most damaging scandal in sports history, rife with victims, enabling authority figures and an alleged monster, also includes one man not as easy to judge as the rest.

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Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman says defense nearly perfect against KU

Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman was especially proud of his team’s near-shutout following the Aggies’ 61-7 triumph over Kansas on Saturday.

Game Balls and Gassers: Texas A&M

Candidates for Game Balls and Gassers ...

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KU football notebook: Jordan Webb knocked around in Jayhawks' loss

Kansas quarterback Jordan Webb was briefly removed from the game late in the first quarter of Saturday’s 61-7 loss to Texas A&M after taking a hit in the back from Texas A&M cornerback Lionel Smith.

Missouri downs Texas Tech, 31-27

Missouri pulled one out for the seniors. For coach Gary Pinkel, too.

Baylor stuns OU: Last-second TD sinks Sooners, 45-38

Robert Griffin and Baylor created even more chaos in the national championship race with a stunning blow against fifth-ranked Oklahoma.

Klein carries ’Cats past UT

Collin Klein and Kansas State just keep finding ways to win.

Justin Wesley relishes defensive role

KU sophomore solid on UK standout Jones

Still a bit raw offensively, Justin Wesley has emerged as a solid defensive player early in his sophomore basketball season at Kansas University.

KU swimmers, divers win big

Kansas University won all individual swimming events in a 150-78 victory over Nebraska-Omaha in a swimming-and-diving dual Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.

Kansas women hit (tobacco) road

Off to a 2-0 start at Allen Fieldhouse, the Kansas University women’s basketball team faces its first road challenge of the season at 1 this afternoon, when the Jayhawks face Wake Forest at Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum, in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Seattle prep commits to KU basketball, but …

The way Seattle combo guard Anrio Adams sees it, he will be playing basketball at Kansas University next season.