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Unstoppable Sooners run away from Kansas

Saturday, during No. 14 Oklahoma's 62-7 rout of Kansas in front of a Halloween crowd of 26,677, quarterback Baker Mayfield, now playing for the Sooners after transferring from Texas Tech and sitting out a year, left the laugher — healthy this time — with 9:34 to play in the third quarter after completing 27 of 32 passes for 383 yards and four touchdowns and finishing with a stellar QB rating of 226.2. By Matt Tait

Sooners spoil KU's homecoming with 62-7 rout

In what’s becoming a familiar pattern for Kansas football this season, the opponent often scored at will early and rested its stars late. On Halloween afternoon at Memorial Stadium, No. 14 Oklahoma became the latest Big 12 foe to manhandle the Jayhawks in a 62-7 rout.

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GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Saturday's Kansas-Oklahoma football game

A gameday look at Saturday's Kansas University-Oklahoma football game By Matt Tait

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Bob Stoops: David Beaty 'doing all the right things'

Throw Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops into the circle of football minds who both believe in and sympathize with first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty. By Matt Tait

Notebook: Fish Smithson continues run, takes accountability

Junior safety Fish Smithson, who entered the Kansas University football team’s 62-7 homecoming loss to No. 14 Oklahoma second in the Big 12 Conference in total tackles, recorded his fifth double-digit tackle total of the season, leading the Jayhawks with 10 tackles in the loss to the Sooners. By Matt Tait

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Column: Homecoming humiliation might go down as ultimate low point

Every recovery, every emergence from a near-death experience, has a moment to look back on as the absolute low point. If and when the Kansas University football program ever escapes the abyss, those experiencing better times will look back on Halloween of 2015. KU Homecoming at Memorial Stadium. By Tom Keegan

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KU's 'Air Raid' offense still waiting to take off

Saturday's 62-7 loss to No. 14 Oklahoma marked the fourth time in the past five games that Kansas University’s new-look, Air Raid offense failed to fly above 14 points. By Matt Tait

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Oklahoma

Wide receiver Tyler Patrick made a nice move after catching a pass, and took it into the end zone for a 17-yard touchdown. Had five receptions for 46 yards, both team-highs.

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Unstoppable Sooners run away from Kansas

Saturday, during No. 14 Oklahoma's 62-7 rout of Kansas in front of a Halloween crowd of 26,677, quarterback Baker Mayfield, now playing for the Sooners after transferring from Texas Tech and sitting out a year, left the laugher — healthy this time — with 9:34 to play in the third quarter after completing 27 of 32 passes for 383 yards and four touchdowns and finishing with a stellar QB rating of 226.2. By Matt Tait

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Sooners spoil KU's homecoming with 62-7 rout

In what’s becoming a familiar pattern for Kansas football this season, the opponent often scored at will early and rested its stars late. On Halloween afternoon at Memorial Stadium, No. 14 Oklahoma became the latest Big 12 foe to manhandle the Jayhawks in a 62-7 rout.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Oct. 30, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Oct. 30, 2015

KU, TCU play to 1-all soccer draw

A tie was not what Kansas University soccer coach Mark Francis had in mind heading into the Jayhawks’ Senior Night. By Chris Duderstadt

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GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Saturday's Kansas-Oklahoma football game

A gameday look at Saturday's Kansas University-Oklahoma football game By Matt Tait

Royals' Game 4 starter Chris Young played KU tough once too, Budig recalls

Former Kansas University chancellor Gene Budig taught classes on the economics of sports at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs after finishing his post as the final president of the American League.

Homecoming foe to be tough test for KU football

It’s homecoming weekend at Kansas University, and unlike many schools that schedule favorable match-ups for their football programs during the reunion weekend, KU is welcoming 14th-ranked Oklahoma to town for a 2:30 p.m. kickoff.

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Jayhawks might move game to Thursday

Kansas University basketball fans who also support the Kansas City Royals breathed a big sigh of relief at 10 a.m. Friday.