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KU volleyball falls in four sets at No. 5 Texas

The eighth-ranked Kansas volleyball team dropped its second match of the season in a competitive four-set match (27-25, 25-16, 18-25, 25-19) on the road to fifth-ranked Texas at Gregory Gymnasium on Saturday.

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Tom Keegan: Biggest X factor for Kansas basketball is biggest player

Udoka Azubuike, a 7-foot, 280-pound center from Lagos, Nigeria, has a very high ceiling but just turned 17 eight days ago, so projecting how close he'll come to his ceiling as a freshman qualifies as one of the more intriguing aspects of a deep and talented Kansas basketball team.

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KU football had plenty to address during bye week

The Kansas football team’s 2016 schedule ordered Saturday as a day off for the Jayhawks (1-2), but second-year head coach David Beaty, his staff and players obviously had plenty of work to do this week. By Benton Smith

KU soccer upsets No. 25 Texas Tech

A pair of penalty kicks helped the Kansas Jayhawks secure a victory in come-from-behind fashion over the No. 25 Texas Tech Red Raiders Friday night at Rock Chalk Park.

Four Jayhawks start under par in Arizona

In his first event as a member of the Kansas men’s golf team, junior Daniel Sutton got off to a quick start at the Maui Jim Intercollegiate, followed closely by sophomore Charlie Hiller, with four Jayhawks posting scores under par, resulting in a tie for the third sport on the leaderboard at the Mirabel Golf Club.

Rychagova leads KU tennis in Little Rock

The Kansas women's tennis team opened its season Friday as sophomore Anastasia Rychagova posted singles and doubles victories on the first day of the Little Rock Invitational at the Little Rock Country Club on Friday.