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Jayhawks turn up physicality, competition in preparation for Central Michigan

Tuesday afternoon, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis said there was no need to worry about how physical KU’s practices would be this week because Weis and his coaching staff had plans to turn things up a notch. Turns out, they did. By Matt Tait

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Must-win: Weis says CMU game ‘critical’

With an overall record of 5-21 in his two-plus seasons as Kansas University football coach, Charlie Weis knows that every game from here on out is big for the future of the program. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks turn up physicality, competition in preparation for Central Michigan

Tuesday afternoon, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis said there was no need to worry about how physical KU’s practices would be this week because Weis and his coaching staff had plans to turn things up a notch. Turns out, they did. By Matt Tait

Dynamo Moscow signs Tyshawn Taylor

Former Kansas University point guard Tyshawn Taylor has signed a contract with Dynamo Moscow of the Russian Superleague. Terms were not disclosed.

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Diallo to visit Kansas soon

Cheick Diallo, a 6-foot-9 senior center from Our Savior New American High in Centereach, New York, will meet with Kentucky coach John Calipari today, a day before Diallo begins his weekend recruiting visit to Kansas University, Zagsblog.com reports.

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Column: Kansas not paying ex-coaches one penny

Some questions linger, no matter how many times they have been answered, so might as well tackle these three one last (please) time.

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Vegas prep relishes visit from Self

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self and assistant Kurtis Townsend held an in-home visit with Las Vegas Bishop Gorman High senior Stephen Zimmerman on Monday night. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Wide receivers aren’t problem for KU

It doesn’t really matter why things keep going awry, just that they do. And when bad things keep happening to the same team, year after year, the problem isn’t what happens, it’s why it keeps happening. By Tom Keegan

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Must-win: Weis says CMU game ‘critical’

With an overall record of 5-21 in his two-plus seasons as Kansas University football coach, Charlie Weis knows that every game from here on out is big for the future of the program. By Matt Tait

KU men second at Ram Masters

Kansas University golfer Chase Hanna placed second, and KU placed second as a team at the Ram Masters Invitational on Tuesday at the Fort Collins Country Club.

DiMarco paces KU women’s golf

Kansas University senior Gabriella DiMarco tied for sixth, and the KU women’s golf team placed third at the Minnesota Invitational on Tuesday at the Minikahda Club.