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Kansas football afflicted with dropsies

It may be too early to make a definitive call on what kind of football team Kansas University has. But there’s no questioning that two games have been enough to determine the KU offense has a major problem developing: drops. By Matt Tait

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No problem: Weis not worried about QB play

Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis has more than a few things occupying his mind as he tries to get his offense going and his team to bounce back from a tough loss at Rice. But quarterback play is not one of them. By Matt Tait

Opinion: Texas football should turn to …

Two long weeks into Kansas University’s football season, the fan base understandably is frustrated. But it could be worse. You could be a supporter of the Texas Longhorns. By Tom Keegan

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Boot Camp opens; ‘nobody threw up’

Kansas University’s basketball players didn’t act as if they’d just rolled out of bed during Monday’s 6-7 a.m. Bill Self Basketball Boot Camp session in the Jayhawks’ practice facility next to Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

Big 12 honors KU volleyball’s Riley

Kansas University senior Brianne Riley was named Big 12 Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday.

Foth paces KU in men’s golf

Kansas University’s Jackson Foth shot 70-75—145 (+5) Monday during the first round of the Ram Master Invitational to sit in a tie for 29th individually.

KU women’s golf in second place

Kansas University sophomore Yupaporn Kawinpakorn sits in sole possession of second place and the Jayhawks are in second in the team race after Monday’s first day of the Cardinal Cup.

KU soccer falls to Dons, 1-0

San Francisco’s Kelsey Moe corralled a corner kick that ricocheted off the cross bar and put it in the net Sunday to send Kansas University to its third straight soccer setback.

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KU hoops Boot Camp starts today

When Kansas University’s basketball veterans or past players want to see a Jayhawk newcomer squirm, they tell the rookies tall tales about Bill Self’s Basketball Boot Camp. By Gary Bedore

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Kansas football afflicted with dropsies

It may be too early to make a definitive call on what kind of football team Kansas University has. But there’s no questioning that two games have been enough to determine the KU offense has a major problem developing: drops. By Matt Tait