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Column: Taking a hit helped Cozart settle in

Make quick reads and if nothing presents itself, tuck it and run. A simpler offense, the thinking on the part of the new Kansas University football staff went, would result in Montell Cozart using his speed more often. One game into the season, a 41-38 loss to South Dakota State, that’s pretty much how it played out. By Tom Keegan

Athlon picks Jayhawks No. 6 in preseason magazine

Kansas University’s basketball team is ranked No. 6 in Athlon Sports’ preseason Top 25 poll, the magazine’s staff announced Monday. By Gary Bedore

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K-State president's letter to band

This is the text of the electronic letter that Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz issued to members of the K-State Marching Band on Tuesday, Sept. 8.

KU women’s golf tied for seventh

The Kansas University women’s golf team is tied for seventh with Arkansas-Little Rock at the end of day one of the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational.

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Athlon picks Jayhawks No. 6 in preseason magazine

Kansas University’s basketball team is ranked No. 6 in Athlon Sports’ preseason Top 25 poll, the magazine’s staff announced Monday. By Gary Bedore

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Underdogs: Beaty acknowledges KU must prove oddsmakers wrong

On Monday morning’s Big 12 football coaches teleconference, Kansas University football coach David Beaty admitted that he pays no mind to the betting lines released each week for the dozens of college football games around the country. Having said that, Beaty, at least for now, also doesn’t mind what they say.By Matt Tait

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Column: Taking a hit helped Cozart settle in

Make quick reads and if nothing presents itself, tuck it and run. A simpler offense, the thinking on the part of the new Kansas University football staff went, would result in Montell Cozart using his speed more often. One game into the season, a 41-38 loss to South Dakota State, that’s pretty much how it played out. By Tom Keegan