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KU football lacks fire in 59-14 loss to Baylor

On Saturday night, the Jayhawks strolled onto the field without so much as a hint of the juice that they had shown in previous weeks at home, and it showed in a blowout loss to Baylor. By Matt Tait

Beware of Bears: Baylor boasts scary-good offense

With sixth-ranked Baylor and its 714 yards and 65 points-per-game averages in Lawrence for a 6 p.m. kickoff against Kansas University, it’s only natural to wonder if looking at BU’s statistics or watching the film was a more trying experience for the Jayhawks this week. By Matt Tait

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Game Balls and Gassers: Baylor

Candidates for Game Balls and Gassers following Kansas' 59-14 loss to Baylor ...

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Notebook: Freshman QB Montell Cozart gets extended time; Tony Pierson leaves with dizziness

True freshman quarterback Montell Cozart figures to remember Saturday's 59-14 loss to sixth-ranked Baylor for something much different than the final score. By Matt Tait

Opinion: Success hasn't changed Baylor coach Art Briles

What you get is what you see with Baylor coach Art Briles, Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan writes, and what you see is a brilliant football coach who shows great respect to his players and gets the same in return.

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KU football lacks fire in 59-14 loss to Baylor

On Saturday night, the Jayhawks strolled onto the field without so much as a hint of the juice that they had shown in previous weeks at home, and it showed in a blowout loss to Baylor. By Matt Tait

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Bears 'amped up' for KU

Baylor’s second road game of what has been a magical 2013 season was much better than the first. By Gary Bedore

Opinion: Mangino staffers keep on winning

One criticism leveled against Mark Mangino during his 50-48 reign as coach of a Kansas University football program trying to avoid a second consecutive bad century was that he was so hard to work for that it led to a high rate of turnover among assistants. Mangino did have more staff defections than some, but he knew how to recruit quality replacements. Column by Tom Keegan

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KU basketball notebook: Larry Brown's second SMU team sixth in preseason conference coaches poll

The coaches in the 10-team American Athletic Conference aren’t forecasting an NCAA Tournament appearance for Larry Brown’s second SMU men’s basketball team. By Gary Bedore

Kansas soccer falls to Tech, 1-0

Janine Beckie’s goal just under 15 minutes in lifted Texas Tech to a 1-0 Big 12 soccer victory over Kansas University on Friday at John Walker Stadium.