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Stories for September 1, 2012

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Together again: Dayne Crist, Charlie Weis fired up for final fling

During his four seasons at Notre Dame, Kansas University quarterback Dayne Crist threw for 2,300 yards and 16 touchdowns in 10 starts. So this whole leader-of-the-team thing is not exactly new for Crist, KU’s prized offseason acquisition who became a team captain in four months and the face of the franchise overnight.

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KU D-line believes it will improve upon last year's sad sack total

Some days, the objective is five sacks. Other days, it’s six. During practices this August, Kansas University’s defensive linemen have put pressure on themselves to hit certain marks.

Kansas soccer blanks Jays

Kansas University freshman Ashley Williams scored a pair of goals and added an assist, and KU’s defense held visiting Creighton to just four shots to earn its third-straight shutout, 3-0, on a rainy Friday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.

Caroline Jarmoc helps KU volleyball sweep

Caroline Jarmoc knew her mother, Zofia, had made the long trip from Canada to watch Caroline play volleyball for Kansas University for the first time in two years.

Kansas RB Taylor Cox immune to hype

Think of Taylor Cox as the anti-Jocques Crawford, and keep your fingers crossed that he remains the polar opposite of the hyped bust when he takes the field Saturday for Kansas University in its football opener against South Dakota State in Memorial Stadium, 6:06 p.m. kickoff.

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Together again: Dayne Crist, Charlie Weis fired up for final fling

During his four seasons at Notre Dame, Kansas University quarterback Dayne Crist threw for 2,300 yards and 16 touchdowns in 10 starts. So this whole leader-of-the-team thing is not exactly new for Crist, KU’s prized offseason acquisition who became a team captain in four months and the face of the franchise overnight.

Dallas prep Karviar Shepherd has KU on final list

Karviar Shepherd, a 6-foot-10, 225-pound senior basketball center from Prime Prep Academy in Dallas, has cut his list of prospective colleges to five, Rivals.com reports.