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KU's road woes continue as illness impacts starting lineup

Whether you're talking about the camp that believes there's hope or the one that simply insists 2015 will go down as another rough year in a long line of colossal Kansas University football failures, the two sides probably can agree on one thing — it's hard to win without a quarterback. By Matt Tait

Afternoon

Jayhawks fall to 0-3 with loss at Rutgers

The Kansas football team trailed throughout a 27-14 loss at Rutgers Saturday, a defeat that marked the program’s 34th setback in a row away from Memorial Stadium.

Early Morning

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

A game-day breakdown of Kansas University's game Saturday at Rutgers By Matt Tait

Stories

Game balls and gassers: KU at Rutgers

Quarterback Montell Cozart. His voice was so gravelly, his nose so plugged from the flu after the game that he had trouble making himself heard. He didn’t start the game, but when Deondre Ford went down with a thumb injury, Cozart entered and completed 13 of 18 passes for 193 yards and did not throw an interception. 

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Rutgers RBs cruise versus Kansas

Norries Wilson, permanent running backs coach and temporary head coach for the Rutgers football program, didn’t complain about defeating Kansas University, 27-14, Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium, but he didn’t do a lot of bragging either. By Tom Keegan

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Column: Mistakes cost KU rare shot at 2015 victory

Playing so short-handed in terms of depth, talent and experience, first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty’s stated goal was for his team to become the smartest football team in America.So far, not so good on that front. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: David Beaty addresses KU's QB situation

With one quarterback out with an injury and another playing under the weather, Saturday's 27-14 loss at Rutgers seemed like a golden opportunity for Kansas University football coach David Beaty to continue to mix true freshman Ryan Willis into the fold at the game's most important and visible position. By Matt Tait

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KU's road woes continue as illness impacts starting lineup

Whether you're talking about the camp that believes there's hope or the one that simply insists 2015 will go down as another rough year in a long line of colossal Kansas University football failures, the two sides probably can agree on one thing — it's hard to win without a quarterback. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks fall to 0-3 with loss at Rutgers

The Kansas football team trailed throughout a 27-14 loss at Rutgers Saturday, a defeat that marked the program’s 34th setback in a row away from Memorial Stadium.

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

A game-day breakdown of Kansas University's game Saturday at Rutgers By Matt Tait

Kansas tennis claims four singles wins

Kansas University claimed four singles victories in two tennis tournaments on Friday.

Kansas soccer blanks SDSU, 3-0

Ashley Pankey scored two goals in the final 12 minutes as Kansas University pulled away from a scoreless halftime tie to claim a 3-0 soccer victory over South Dakota State on Friday night at Rock Chalk Park.

Column: Losing streak becomes a monster

The Kansas University football program has arrived at the birthplace of college football to bury a monster, otherwise known as a 33-game losing streak in games played outside of Lawrence.

Eudora’s Ballock may miss season

Major-college prospect Mitchell Ballock of Eudora High will have surgery Monday in Lawrence to repair a torn labrum in his left (shooting) shoulder. It is likely the 6-foot-4 combo guard will miss his entire junior season.

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Ellis, Jayhawks survive another Boot Camp

It seems like only yesterday that Perry Ellis was completing his first basketball Boot Camp at Kansas University.

Jayhawks recall close calls

During the Kansas University football program’s 33-game losing streak away from Lawrence, which has spanned seven seasons and 12 states since that Sept. 12 victory at UTEP in 2009, there have been a handful of close calls along the way that could have stopped the number of consecutive road losses from climbing out of control.