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Column: KU football Short an important piece

Optimism for the 2014 Kansas University football team lasted all of one wildly entertaining quarter, 15 minutes of game clock. And then the recent past spilled into the present. By the end of Saturday night’s 34-28 victory against Southeast Missouri State, a question that too often bubbles to the surface of the minds of those in attendance for season openers could be asked with at least a hint of credibility: Will this football team win another game this season? By Tom Keegan

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Redhawks lament slow start

Southeast Missouri senior quarterback Kyle Snyder was thrilled the Redhawks connected on three fourth-quarter touchdown passes and outscored Big 12 foe Kansas University by 18 points in the second half of Saturday’s nonconference football clash at Memorial Stadium. By Gary Bedore

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. SEMO

Some Kansas Jayhawks stood out for the right reasons on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. Some didn't.

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Top prospects to attend Late Night as a group

In an interesting recruiting twist, Class of 2015 blue-chip prospects Stephen Zimmerman, Jaylen Brown, Carlton Bragg and Brandon Ingram will visit both Kansas University and Kentucky as a Fab Four group.

KU volleyball claims crown

Kansas University’s volleyball team defeated Denver, 25-15, 26-24, 24-26, 25-22, on Saturday night in the championship match of the Pioneer Classic.