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Uncharted: Jayhawks working without depth chart

Kansas University defensive end Ben Goodman, a senior, projected starter and co-captain, has not actually seen KU’s two-deep depth chart with his own eyes. And that does not make him much different from anyone else. By Matt Tait

Kansas football notebook: Clean it up

Mistakes are commonplace in season openers across the country, but Kansas University football coach Beaty does not believe they’re necessary. By Matt Tait

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Transfer Coleby faces year of practice, not play

Bahamas forward says he'll be working on 'everything' this season

Former Ole Miss power forward Dwight Coleby knows it’s going to be extremely difficult to practice, but not play in games during his red-shirt transfer season at Kansas University. By Gary Bedore

Parker receives conference honor

Kansas freshman midfielder Parker Roberts has been honored by the Big 12 Conference as the Freshman Player of the Week.

KU’s Saggau leads Jayhawk women to Bob Timmons Classic win

With a team loaded with juniors and sophomores, Kansas University cross country Stanley Redwine is eager to see what kind of strides his women’s team can make now that the Jayhawks have some experience under their belts.

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Column: Decisions, decisions, decisions

Kansas trails by two points with two seconds remaining and has the ball on South Dakota State’s 18-yard line. A decision will have to be made whether to send Matthew Wyman, the kicker with the stronger foot, or Nick Bartolotta, the more accurate kicker on short distances, to attempt the 35-yard field goal. By Tom Keegan

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Uncharted: Jayhawks working without depth chart

Kansas University defensive end Ben Goodman, a senior, projected starter and co-captain, has not actually seen KU’s two-deep depth chart with his own eyes. And that does not make him much different from anyone else. By Matt Tait

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Kansas State students asked to sign sportsmanship pledge

Kansas State students will have to sign a sportsmanship pledge before they can pick up their tickets for sporting events this year.