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A turn for the better: KU loses again, but shows gain

The final result was another loss, but this one didn’t feel like all the others.

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No. 21 Texas A&M beats No. 20 Baylor, 55-28

Texas A&M hasn't been able to throw the ball deep all season.

No. 17 Kansas St comes back to beat Tex Tech 41-34

Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is working on another Miracle in Manhattan, one small stroke at a time.

Missouri wallops Iowa State 52-17

James Franklin accounted for five touchdowns. Got humbled a bit, too.

Jeremy Smith runs Oklahoma State over Texas 38-26

Twice Oklahoma State’s Jeremy Smith took a handoff, hit the line of the scrimmage and braced himself to get smacked. Instead, there was nothing but yards of green field, the burnt orange end zone and the groans of nearly 100,000 Texas fans in front on him.

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KU football notebook: Jeremiah Hatch hurt, but 'fine' after scare

Kansas University offensive lineman Jeremiah Hatch left the game late in the first quarter following an apparent back injury.

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Sooners satisfied with win

Undefeated Oklahoma, the No. 1-ranked team in the country in the coaches’ poll — the same OU that annihilated Texas, 55-17, the previous week — looked human in Saturday’s 47-17 victory over Kansas in Memorial Stadium.

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A turn for the better: KU loses again, but shows gain

The final result was another loss, but this one didn’t feel like all the others.

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Travis Releford shrugs off Kansas’ losses

Junior aware Jayhawks not deep, but ‘of course we are going to be able to survive it’

To Travis Releford, it matters not that Kansas University’s basketball team enters the 2011-12 season with just eight recruited scholarship players on the roster.

Kansas volleyball falls to OU

Kansas University jumped to a 2-0 lead, but ultimately suffered a five-set Big 12 volleyball loss to Oklahoma on Saturday, 23-25, 19-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-9.

This time, Kansas not punch line

It sounds absurd to talk about a football team taking a step forward on a night in which it allowed 610 yards and 47 points, a night in which it had one second-half first down and lost by 30 points, but the fact is Kansas University looked significantly better Saturday in a 47-17 loss to Oklahoma in Memorial Stadium.