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Stop losses: KU football focuses on missed tackles

For all of the obvious shortcomings and handful of encouraging positives that came from last week’s 41-38, season-opening loss to South Dakota State, the one area that might be most important for Kansas University’s football team is how the Jayhawks address missed tackles. By Matt Tait

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Self to be honored

Kansas University coach Bill Self tonight will be awarded the 2015 Mannie Jackson — Basketball Human Spirit Award at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Reunion Dinner in Massachusetts. Others to receive the honor: Former Reebok CEO Paul Fireman and 14-year NBA veteran Steve Smith.

Aaron Miles joins KU's basketball staff

Point guard named assistant director of student-athlete development

Aaron Miles has joined KU's basketball staff.

Kawinpakorn, KU take 7th in golf

Kansas University senior Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn tied for seventh overall, and the Jayhawks placed seventh in the team standings at the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Women’s Golf Invitational on Tuesday at Colbert Hills Golf Club.

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Stop losses: KU football focuses on missed tackles

For all of the obvious shortcomings and handful of encouraging positives that came from last week’s 41-38, season-opening loss to South Dakota State, the one area that might be most important for Kansas University’s football team is how the Jayhawks address missed tackles. By Matt Tait

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Markieff shrugs off $10K fine; recruiting goes 'live'

Former Kansas University power forward Markieff Morris of the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday was fined $10,000 by the NBA league office for publicly demanding to be traded. By Gary Bedore

Column: K-State apology sorry excuse for an apology

One of these centuries, people will realize that the cover-up and accompanying non-apology apologies are always worse than the original transgression. By Tom Keegan