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Trying times: Losses wearing on QB Heaps, KU offense

If there’s such a thing as trying too hard, Kansas University quarterback Jake Heaps may be doing it. The former BYU quarterback, who took the reins of KU’s offense this offseason after sitting out 2012, has been up-and-down during his first five games as KU’s starter, a stretch in which the Kansas offense averaged 18 points and 305 yards per game. By Matt Tait

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KU volleyball sweeps Texas Tech

Kansas University’s volleyball team rallied for a second-set victory on its way to a sweep of Texas Tech on Wednesday night.

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Trying times: Losses wearing on QB Heaps, KU offense

If there’s such a thing as trying too hard, Kansas University quarterback Jake Heaps may be doing it. The former BYU quarterback, who took the reins of KU’s offense this offseason after sitting out 2012, has been up-and-down during his first five games as KU’s starter, a stretch in which the Kansas offense averaged 18 points and 305 yards per game. By Matt Tait

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Self: OSU coach’s Wiggins joke ‘not a big deal’

Oklahoma State basketball coach Travis Ford’s comments concerning the hype surrounding Kansas University freshman Andrew Wiggins have made their way from Stillwater to Jayhawk Nation. KU coach Bill Self on Wednesday told the Journal-World that Ford’s quotes were “not a big deal.” By Gary Bedore

KU men’s golf places ninth in Indiana

Kansas University freshman Chase Hanna carded his second straight 74 on Tuesday in the final round of the Crooked Stick Intercollegiate. Hanna finished tied for 17th place as the Jayhawks placed ninth in the 14-team, three-day tournament.