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Afternoon

Intense initiation right on schedule for KU freshman Josh Jackson

Kansas freshman Josh Jackson never hid the fact that one of the biggest reasons he chose to play his college basketball in Lawrence was the opportunity to be coached — and pushed — by KU coach Bill Self. By Matt Tait

Evening

David Beaty: Offense looked better, but Jayhawks aren't scoring enough

The 250 passing yards and season-high 204 rushing yards posted in a loss to Oklahoma State allowed David Beaty to call his offense an improved product this week. The reality of life in the Big 12, though, meant the University of Kansas football coach could hardly characterize the effort as a success. By Benton Smith

Jayhawks make strong impression on 2017 PG Trae Young during weekend visit

The Kansas men's basketball program definitely put its best foot forward during a weekend visit from Class of 2017 point guard Trae Young. By Matt Tait

Stories

KU’s Chou 10th at Louisville

Kansas women’s golfer Yi-Tsen Chou, playing as an individual, shot a 4-over 76 on Monday in the Cardinal Cup and was tied for 10th place entering the final round.

KU men’s golfers 8th in Florida

Kansas’ Daniel Hudson shot two rounds of 1-under-par 71, and KU’s men’s golf team was tied for eighth among 15 team Monday after two rounds of the Quail Valley Collegiate Invitational.

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Tom Keegan: Gamblers on Kansas football spell ATS with a P and a U

Bookmakers entice gamblers to bet on Kansas by giving them a lot of points, but even at that, Kansas is tied with Connecticut for the worst FBS winning percentage against the spread in the past five seasons.

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High-scoring Sooners next challenge for KU football

Like most people who caught the Big 12’s latest football shootout Saturday night between Oklahoma and Texas Tech, University of Kansas football coach David Beaty often just shook his head, marveling at the display. By Benton Smith

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Intense initiation right on schedule for KU freshman Josh Jackson

Kansas freshman Josh Jackson never hid the fact that one of the biggest reasons he chose to play his college basketball in Lawrence was the opportunity to be coached — and pushed — by KU coach Bill Self. By Matt Tait