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Big Pat’s back: DT Dorsey hustles to return from injury

Because of a broken foot that had kept him out of action since Aug. 17, defensive tackle Patrick Dorsey was forced to watch Georgia Tech dismantle his Kansas University football team from a television set in Lawrence.

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Cyclone QB Steele Jantz welcomed bye

After week off, Iowa State will play host to 17th-ranked Longhorns on Saturday

For Steele Jantz, the last seven weeks have been a whirlwind few could be fully prepared for.

Alex Gutesha, KU men 10th at golf meet

Alex Gutesha improved two positions on the final day of the Cardinal Intercollegiate to tie for 10th place, finishing with a two-round score of even-par to lead the Kansas University men’s golf team at the event hosted by Louisville at the Cardinal Club Golf Course.

Kansas women’s golf 5th at Smith Invite

Kansas University sophomore Thanuttra Boonraksasat tied for fourth, and KU placed fifth as a team at the Marilynn Smith Sunflower Invitational on Tuesday at Colbert Hills Golf Course.

T. Boone Pickens: League in trouble if MU leaves

Oklahoma State billionaire booster T. Boone Pickens says the Big 12 is in trouble if Missouri leaves.

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Prep big man Kaleb Tarczewski to visit KU, UA

Blue-chip high school senior basketball big man Kaleb Tarczewski will make official recruiting visits to Kansas University and Arizona before choosing a college.

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Big Pat’s back: DT Dorsey hustles to return from injury

Because of a broken foot that had kept him out of action since Aug. 17, defensive tackle Patrick Dorsey was forced to watch Georgia Tech dismantle his Kansas University football team from a television set in Lawrence.

Big 12 ADs seeking stability

Expansion secondary topic at meeting

Big 12 athletic directors discussed ways during their meeting Tuesday to stabilize their league before they can determine if and how much they might expand.

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'Beyond the Phog' excerpt: J.R. Giddens on leaving KU

Any thoughts I had about leaving (school early) for the NBA ended when I got stabbed. After that I knew I wasn’t going anywhere. If anything, I was trying to figure out if I was ever going to play basketball again.