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‘Cruel’ end: Red Raiders end Kansas’ soccer run, 1-0

Kansas University’s soccer team’s deepest run in the Big 12 tournament in school history ended with a 1-0 loss to Texas Tech in the conference championship game Sunday at Swope Soccer Village. By Chris Duderstadt

Early Morning

Tom Keegan: Longhorns suddenly pass-happy vs. Jayhawks

The masses frustrated with the sluggish state of Texas Longhorns football wondered what it was going to take to shake the Longhorns’ vertical passing game from a deep, season-long slumber. The one-word answer was right at their fingertips on the schedule they held in their hands: Kansas. By Tom Keegan

Night

Disorder restored: KU fails to keep pace at Texas

If the Kansas University football team had played the entire game the way it played the second quarter, the Jayhawks might have left Darrell K Royal-Texas Stadium on Saturday night with their first victory over the Longhorns since 1938. Instead, Texas dominated late and a couple of huge plays by the UT offense and horrific mistakes by Kansas allowed order to be maintained in the KU-UT football series. Texas 59, Kansas 20. By Matt Tait

Stories

Kansas tennis 0-3 at Tech

Kansas University tennis players dropped all three of their singles matches at the Texas Tech Invitational on Sunday.

KU men’s golf sixth in Hawaii

Kansas University’s Ben Welle placed 11th, and the KU men’s golf team finished sixth at the Ka’Anapali Collegiate Classic, which concluded Sunday at the Ka’anapali Golf Course.

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What, Self worry? Not about 3s

Bill Self wasn’t alarmed at Kansas University’s 4-of-19 three-point shooting in Wednesday’s basketball exhibition opener against Pittsburg State. By Gary Bedore

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Reesing on hand for loss to ’Horns

Former Kansas University quarterback Todd Reesing made a career out of scrambling around the field, avoiding big hits and making big plays. Saturday night, at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas, Reesing watched another KU quarterback attempt to do the same thing. By Matt Tait

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‘Cruel’ end: Red Raiders end Kansas’ soccer run, 1-0

Kansas University’s soccer team’s deepest run in the Big 12 tournament in school history ended with a 1-0 loss to Texas Tech in the conference championship game Sunday at Swope Soccer Village. By Chris Duderstadt

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 8, 2015

How former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Nov. 8, 2015

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KU football adds D-Lineman to 2016 recruiting class

Kansas University football coach David Beaty has talked all season about the difficulty associated with upgrading the defensive line, a position where the Jayhawks are thin and inexperienced. Sunday, Beaty and company took a step in changing that when they received an oral commitment from DeeIsaac Davis, a 6-foot-3, 290-pound defensive tackle from Highland Community College.

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Brandon Schneider's Jayhawks defeat his former program, ESU

With a hot start to the third quarter Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team avoided entering the regular season on a disappointing note, while simultaneously making sure first-year head coach Brandon Schneider didn’t suffer an exhibition loss to the program he led from 1998 to 2010.

Charlie Strong: UT 'had to dominate' Kansas

Reeling from last week's 24-point, shutout loss at Iowa State, the Texas Longhorns knew they needed something to spark them and win back the faith of the burnt-orange posse that packed Darrell K Royal-Texas Stadium for Saturday's game against Kansas.

KU tennis goes 7-0 in Lubbock

Kansas University’s tennis team posted a 7-0 record Saturday at the Texas Tech Invitational — winning five singles and two doubles matches.

Kansas rowers win in Oklahoma

Kansas University’s rowing program ended its fall season on a high note Saturday at the Tulsa Fall Invitational. The Jayhawks swept the day’s events, placing first in both the Women’s Varsity 8 and Women’s Novice 4.

Kansas golfers move to seventh

Senior Ben Welle led Kansas University men’s golf team’s charge up the leaderboard Saturday at the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic, collecting six birdies on the way to shooting a second-round score of 69.

Notebook: Turnovers plague Kansas in latest road loss

All season, Kansas University football coach David Beaty has talked about controlling the things his team could control and being competitive by playing smart, mistake-free football.

KU volleyball upends Sooners

Kelsie Payne provided the offensive punch, and Cassie Wait was the defensive backbone for No. 10 Kansas during a 3-1 (25-21, 20-25, 25-21, 25-19) road volleyball victory over Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon, which swept the regular-season series against the Sooners for the first time since 2012.

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Kansas RB Ke'aun Kinner feeling healthy again

During Kansas University’s 59-20 loss at Texas Saturday night, junior running back Ke’aun Kinner showed the burst that has eluded him since he rushed for 100 yards in back-to-back games to open the season.

KU women’s hoops at a glance

It wasn’t that long ago that new Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider held the same position at Emporia State. The Hornets’ head coach from 1998-2010, Schneider led ESU to a 306-72 record and the 2010 NCAA Division II national title.

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Devonté Graham finds ways to contribute

Devonté Graham had problems putting the ball in the basket in Kansas University’s exhibition opener against Pittsburg State on Wednesday in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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Kansas fired up for final

Two underdogs will meet at 3 p.m. today in the Big 12 soccer tournament championship game, as No. 6-seeded Kansas University takes on No. 5 seed Texas Tech at Swope Soccer Village. By Chris Duderstadt

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Keaton Perry replaces Ryan Willis late

When David Beaty finally pulled the plug on injury-plagued quarterback Ryan Willis in the fourth quarter of the Kansas University football team’s 59-20 loss at Texas, KU’s head coach turned to third-string QB Keaton Perry and not immediate back-up T.J. Millweard.

Game balls and gassers: KU at Texas

Wide receiver Shakiem Barbel alertly fell on a fumble for a TD after it was poked out of De’Andre Mann’s hand just shy of the goal line.

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Suspensions deplete KU receiving corps at UT

Kansas University’s football passing game was without two of its top receiving targets Saturday against Texas.

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Tom Keegan: Longhorns suddenly pass-happy vs. Jayhawks

The masses frustrated with the sluggish state of Texas Longhorns football wondered what it was going to take to shake the Longhorns’ vertical passing game from a deep, season-long slumber. The one-word answer was right at their fingertips on the schedule they held in their hands: Kansas. By Tom Keegan

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 7, 2015

Here's a look at how former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 7, 2015.