Advertisement

News

Stories for September 14, 2013

Subscribe

Lead stories

Night

Lone-star letdown: Offense disappoints in KU's 23-14 loss to Rice

Although the Jayhawks stuck together and pinned this loss on the entire team, the offensive players seemed a lot more apologetic about struggling to score 14 points and gain 270 yards in their second straight loss to Rice in front of 22,974 fans, many of them wearing crimson and blue. By Matt Tait

Payback time? Revenge on Jayhawks’ minds

Make no mistake about it: The contest against Rice is a revenge game for Kansas University’s football team. But that concept includes more than just getting back at the Owls, who stunned the Jayhawks, 25-24, last season in Lawrence. By Matt Tait

Stories
Tease photo

Lone-star letdown: Offense disappoints in KU's 23-14 loss to Rice

Although the Jayhawks stuck together and pinned this loss on the entire team, the offensive players seemed a lot more apologetic about struggling to score 14 points and gain 270 yards in their second straight loss to Rice in front of 22,974 fans, many of them wearing crimson and blue. By Matt Tait

Tease photo

Opinion: Charlie Weis too ambitious in trying to balance coaching, coordinating

It’s becoming apparent that Kansas coach Charlie Weis should have recruited an offensive coordinator to take those duties off of his own plate, Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan writes.

Game Balls and Gassers: Rice

Candidates for Game Balls and Gassers following Kansas' 23-14 loss to Rice on Saturday.

KU volleyball wins 2

Kansas University rallied from a 2-0 deficit to beat host Wisconsin, 3-2, in the InnTowner Volleyball Invitational on Friday at UW Field House.

KU soccer falls, 2-0

Senior Taylor Housley scored two goals, and San Diego defeated Kansas, 2-0, in women’s college soccer Friday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.