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Sophomore bump: Cozart helps rally first-teamers to victory in spring game

Saturday’s Kansas University spring football game, between the first-string blue squad and the best of the rest on the white team, featured more than a few head-scratching moments in front of roughly 8,000 fans at Memorial Stadium. While the blue team rallied for a 20-10 victory after trailing 7-0 at halftime, perhaps the biggest shocker came on the first score of the game. By Matt Tait

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KU alum Gary Woodland makes his move at Masters

Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland made up significant ground Saturday on “moving day” at the Masters. Woodland jumped 23 spots in the third round and carded an eagle and four birdies while tying the Masters record of 30 on the front nine.

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Column: Second-year QB sure looks like Jayhawks’ starter

The play that killed any suspense for me as to the identity of the Kansas University football team’s quarterback this coming fall came long before Montell Cozart busted a 60-yard run, long before he found the end zone on two short runs. Column by Tom Keegan

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Sophomore bump: Cozart helps rally first-teamers to victory in spring game

Saturday’s Kansas University spring football game, between the first-string blue squad and the best of the rest on the white team, featured more than a few head-scratching moments in front of roughly 8,000 fans at Memorial Stadium. While the blue team rallied for a 20-10 victory after trailing 7-0 at halftime, perhaps the biggest shocker came on the first score of the game. By Matt Tait

KU NFL players return, tell team ‘enough is enough’

Former Kansas University football players and current NFL players Aqib Talib, Anthony Collins and Chris Harris returned to Lawrence for Saturday's spring football game and delivered a message to this year's team: 'Enough is enough.' Spring game notes by Matt Tait

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of April 12

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Saturday, April 12.

KU baseball splits with TCU

Most college baseball teams send out their No. 3 starting pitcher in the last game of their weekend series. Kansas University senior Frank Duncan isn’t a typical No. 3 starter. Duncan, a 6-foot-3 right-hander, struck out seven and gave up just one run on five hits over 8 1/3 innings to help the Jayhawks avoid being swept by TCU with a 5-1 victory Saturday night at Hoglund Ballpark.

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KU signees help USA squad to victory at Hoops Summit

Kansas University basketball signee Kelly Oubre scored 14 points, grabbed five rebounds and dished three assists in the United States Junior National Select Team’s 84-73 victory over an international 19-and-under squad at Saturday’s Nike Hoops Summit in Portland, Ore. By Gary Bedore

KU golf in third at Iowa Invite

The Kansas University men’s golf team sits in third place out of 12 teams after the opening two rounds of the Hawkeye Invitational on Saturday.