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Weis, Jayhawks well-aware of Big 12 loss streak

By the time Saturday's kickoff against Texas Tech rolls around, 1,063 days will have passed since the Kansas University football team last defeated a Big 12 Conference opponent. By Matt Tait

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Changing of the guard: Bonnie Henrickson welcomes new faces

Speaking at Wednesday’s media day, Kansas University women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson says she has had to re-emphasize patience — even to herself — as it will be especially important with a 2013-14 team that lost three 1,000-point scorers while adding five freshmen who all should compete for immediate playing time. By Jesse Newell

KU men’s golf finishes second at Madison

Freshman Chase Hanna tied for fifth place and sophomore Jackson Foth tied for 10th to lead Kansas University’s men’s golf team to a runner-up finish on Tuesday at the Badger Invitational.

KU women golfers fourth in Austin

Kansas University senior Thanuttra Boonraksasat recorded her second straight top-10 finish Tuesday as KU’s women’s golf team finished fourth in the Challenge at Onion Creek.

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Selden: Late Night visit made impression

Freshman Wayne Selden was sold on Kansas University after watching the 2012 Late Night in the Phog. This year, he’ll be meeting a batch of prospects with KU on their lists. By Gary Bedore

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Weis, Jayhawks well-aware of Big 12 loss streak

By the time Saturday's kickoff against Texas Tech rolls around, 1,063 days will have passed since the Kansas University football team last defeated a Big 12 Conference opponent. By Matt Tait

Opinion: Running on first down best bet for KU

Kansas University coach Charlie Weis said Tuesday that the Jayhawks have been "crummy" this season on third downs with more than six yards to go. More runs on first down could help the Jayhawks stay out of that bind. Column by Tom Keegan