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Evening

Quick reversal: Late kickoff return dooms KU's upset bid

In the moments that followed a game-tying 35-yard field goal from Kansas kicker Matthew Wyman, KU coach Clint Bowen elected to send the ensuing kickoff deep. And in the 12 seconds of game time that elapsed following Wyman's kick, Hill reached the end zone with what proved to be the game-winning touchdown. By Matt Tait

Early Morning

Lookin' sharp: Suited Self, squad stylin’ at Late Night

The 2014-15 Jayhawks looked rather flashy during a Late Night “evolution of hip hop dance number” and a 20-minute scrimmage to conclude the festivities before a crowd of 14,000 fans in a building that seats 16,300. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Bowen's passion, intensity rubbing off on Jayhawks

Two games, both losses, don’t supply enough evidence for Kansas University athletic director Sheahon Zenger to call off the coaching search and remove the interim tag from Clint Bowen. Yet, anybody who hasn’t seen a serious change in the way the team plays either isn’t watching, doesn’t want to see it, is blinded by Bowen’s lack of celebrity, or all of the above. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Former Jayhawks show their support

Before Saturday's 27-20 loss to No. 16 Oklahoma State, nearly 200 former Kansas University football players joined the KU band and spirit squad to form a giant K and tunnel at the south end of Memorial Stadium designed for this year's Jayhawks to walk through as they took the field. By Matt Tait

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Quick reversal: Late kickoff return dooms KU's upset bid

In the moments that followed a game-tying 35-yard field goal from Kansas kicker Matthew Wyman, KU coach Clint Bowen elected to send the ensuing kickoff deep. And in the 12 seconds of game time that elapsed following Wyman's kick, Hill reached the end zone with what proved to be the game-winning touchdown. By Matt Tait

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Oklahoma State

Ben Heeney had 14 tackles, a sack and 3.5 tackles for 15 yards in loss.

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Fieldhouse not filled to capacity

Just 14,000 fans attended the 2014 Late Night in the Phog on Friday night in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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Aldridge highlight for women

When her Kansas University women’s basketball teammates discovered during a weight-room session that freshman guard Lauren Aldridge could do backflips, they had one piece of advice for her. By Benton Smith

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Lookin' sharp: Suited Self, squad stylin’ at Late Night

The 2014-15 Jayhawks looked rather flashy during a Late Night “evolution of hip hop dance number” and a 20-minute scrimmage to conclude the festivities before a crowd of 14,000 fans in a building that seats 16,300. By Gary Bedore

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GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Oklahoma State vs. Kansas

A game-day breakdown of the Oklahoma State-Kansas University football game By Matt Tait

Kansas soccer tops Texas, 1-0

Ashley Williams scored in the 63rd minute, and Kansas University edged Texas, 1-0, on Friday night in Big 12 soccer.

KU golfers lead in Colorado

Sophomore Pornvipa Sakdee shot a 2-under par 70, and Kansas University’s women’s golf team led after the first round of the Ron Moore Women’s Intercollegiate on Friday.

KU volleyball wins at Baylor

Tiana Dockery totaled 19 kills, and Kansas University defeated Baylor, 25-22, 18-25, 28-26, 25-22, on Friday night in Big 12 volleyball.