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Afternoon

QB problems: Cozart out indefinitely with shoulder sprain, Ford out for the season

Freshman Ryan Willis now listed No. 1 on KU depth chart

It seemed like this was the next logical step. And it was made official Monday, when Kansas University football officials announced that junior quarterback Montell Cozart was out indefinitely with a shoulder sprain. It is Ryan Willis time at KU.

Early Morning

Diallo, Bragg go 1-2 in hype

Highly acclaimed Cheick Diallo, who enters college as the No. 5-rated player in the recruiting Class of 2015 by Rivals.com, figures to be a lock for Big 12 preseason freshman-of-the-year honors. He might not be the only Kansas University freshman to garner votes for the honor, however, especially if the fact he has yet to be cleared for participation in games (by the NCAA Eligibility Center) is taken into consideration. By Gary Bedore

'Crazy ride': KU grad Kastor relishes NWSL title

After helping FC Kansas City win its second straight National Women’s Soccer League championship Thursday against the Seattle Reign, former Kansas University forward Caroline Kastor has had time the past few days to reflect on her first professional season. By Chris Duderstadt

Stories

Rigdon earns Big 12 honor

After leading a balanced Kansas University offense with 11 kills on 15 error-less swings in a three-set victory over West Virginia, KU sophomore outside hitter Madison Rigdon was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week.

KU's Kawinpakorn tied for fourth

Four Kansas University golfers ended the first day of the Chip-N-Club Invitational at the Lincoln Country Club in the top 25.

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Got to Bragg: Late Night music on tap

There’s been a lot of lip-synching and dancing, but very few instances of players actually performing musically at the season-opening Late Night basketball celebrations at Kansas University the last 30 years. By Gary Bedore

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QB problems: Cozart out indefinitely with shoulder sprain, Ford out for the season

Freshman Ryan Willis now listed No. 1 on KU depth chart

It seemed like this was the next logical step. And it was made official Monday, when Kansas University football officials announced that junior quarterback Montell Cozart was out indefinitely with a shoulder sprain. It is Ryan Willis time at KU.

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Selden has been practicing despite sprained ankle, should be close to 100 percent by end of week

Brannen Greene taking limited reps at practice as he recovers from offseason hip surgery

An ankle sprain hasn't kept Wayne Selden Jr., off the court.

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Diallo, Bragg go 1-2 in hype

Highly acclaimed Cheick Diallo, who enters college as the No. 5-rated player in the recruiting Class of 2015 by Rivals.com, figures to be a lock for Big 12 preseason freshman-of-the-year honors. He might not be the only Kansas University freshman to garner votes for the honor, however, especially if the fact he has yet to be cleared for participation in games (by the NCAA Eligibility Center) is taken into consideration. By Gary Bedore

Jayhawk tennis duo undefeated at tourney

Kansas University’s Smith Hinton and Anastasiya Rychagova remained undefeated in singles at the Purdue Tennis Invitational with a pair of victories on Sunday.

KU soccer rips Cyclones, 4-0

Four Kansas University players each scored a goal, and sophomore Maddie Dobyns recorded a shutout in goal as the Jayhawks routed Iowa State, 4-0, in Big 12 soccer Sunday at the Cyclone Sports Complex.

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KU football remains positive

Saturday afternoon, after his team’s 38-13 loss at Iowa State, Kansas University football coach David Beaty talked about the need for his coaching staff and players to focus less on winning the small battles and more on winning games. That kind of recipe could make for a long eight weeks. By Matt Tait

Two ex-Jayhawks join Kansas Hall

Former Kansas University football player Terry Beeson and softball player and coach Tracy Bunge were inducted into the state of Kansas Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday in Wichita.

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'Crazy ride': KU grad Kastor relishes NWSL title

After helping FC Kansas City win its second straight National Women’s Soccer League championship Thursday against the Seattle Reign, former Kansas University forward Caroline Kastor has had time the past few days to reflect on her first professional season. By Chris Duderstadt