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Tom Keegan: Ending road losing streak supplies motivation for Kansas football

It didn’t feel like just one loss, even though that’s what the record shows. Kansas lost more than a football game Saturday in coming up way short against Central Michigan, 45-27.

Tom Keegan: Jayhawks fail pivotal test to prove themselves

Central Michigan came to Lawrence to give a Kansas football program in the midst of yet another rebuilding project a test it absolutely had to pass in order to be taken seriously. A suspicious public needed convincing that the upset of Texas last November was a turning point and not a one-week blast with the shelf life of a loaf of bread. By Tom Keegan

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Tom Keegan: Ending road losing streak supplies motivation for Kansas football

It didn’t feel like just one loss, even though that’s what the record shows. Kansas lost more than a football game Saturday in coming up way short against Central Michigan, 45-27.

KU golfers 4th in Wisconsin

Charlie Hillier and Andy Spencer fired 1-under-par 71s, and Kansas’ men’s golfer team was fourth among 16 teams after the first round of the Badger Invitational on Sunday in Madison, Wis.

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KU's road opener at Ohio moved up, to air on ESPNU

With Hurricane Irma leaving many college football programs in the southeast scrambling to rearrange their schedules, the Worldwide Leader in Sports found a gap in its programming which the Kansas Jayhawks will help fill. By Benton Smith

KU soccer coach Mark Francis displeased with energy in 5-1 loss to Texas A&M

If it wasn’t clear enough from his words, Mark Francis certainly made it so with his laugh. By Scott Chasen

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Following loss, David Beaty declares need for balance in KU's offense

No quarterback in Kansas football history ever had attempted as many throws in one game as Peyton Bender did Saturday in a 45-27 loss to Central Michigan. And if head coach David Beaty has it his way, Bender’s new mark will stand alone atop the record book well into the distant future. By Benton Smith