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Column: Kansas’ defense needs stability

No matter the level of effort and creativity of the scheming, Kansas University’s football team could play its way into the record books. By Tom Keegan

Early Morning

Mr. Assists: Aaron Miles thrilled to join staff

An unselfish, pass-first point guard, 2005 Kansas University graduate Aaron Miles remains the program’s leader in assists with 954. In this day and age of increasing NBA early entry, it’s a record that may stand a long time.By Gary Bedore

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KU's Stigler, Albers earn top awards

NCAA 400 hurdles track champion Michael Stigler and three-time NCAA volleyball tournament participant Chelsea Albers were selected as Kansas University’s male and female athletes of the year at Sunday’s Rock Chalk Choice Awards at the Lied Center.

Kansas soccer takes 2OT win

Kansas University freshman Grace Hagan netted the golden goal and added an assist to help the Jayhawks rally for a 2-1, double-overtime soccer victory over Colorado College on Sunday at Stewart Field.

KU men’s golf fifth at Duke

Connor Peck tied for 12th to pace Kansas University’s men’s golf team to a fifth-place team finish at the Rod Myers Invitational on Sunday at the Duke Golf Club.

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Mr. Assists: Aaron Miles thrilled to join staff

An unselfish, pass-first point guard, 2005 Kansas University graduate Aaron Miles remains the program’s leader in assists with 954. In this day and age of increasing NBA early entry, it’s a record that may stand a long time.By Gary Bedore

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Kansas LB Roberts puts on show

More than an hour before recording a career-high nine tackles during Kansas University’s 55-23 loss to Memphis on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, KU junior Marcquis Roberts put on a show of a different kind. By Matt Tait