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Stories for September 24, 2017

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Tom Keegan: Woodland future appears promising

What professional golfer Gary Woodland told Golf Channel was “the toughest year of my life by far,” came to a close Sunday at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, where the top 30 golfers in the FedEx Cup competed for four days.

KU soccer draws with Texas Tech

Sophomore Sophie Maierhofer scored for Kansas’ soccer team, and the Jayhawks played Texas Tech to a 1-1 draw Sunday in Lubbock, Texas.

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2018 big man David McCormack says coaching staff, tradition made picking KU an 'easy decision'

A little less than a month ago, the Kansas men’s basketball team officially jumped into the Class of 2018 recruiting game by landing a commitment from five-star big man Silvio De Sousa, a 6-foot-9, 245-pound forward from IMG Academy by way of Angola. On Sunday, the Jayhawks added even more size to the family when four-star center David McCormack, of Oak Hill Academy, orally committed to Kansas during a live segment on a local news station in Norfolk, Virginia. By Matt Tait

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Ainise Havili’s vision on display as KU bests K-State in five sets

After setting up her teammates all day, Ainise Havili nearly took one out of the game. Or perhaps it was the other way around. By Scott Chasen

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Starting slow: Latest KU football loss similar to 2 preceding it

In three consecutive losses for the Kansas football team, a troublesome trend emerged. First came an 18-point deficit against Central Michigan, then another on the road at Ohio. In Saturday’s Big 12-opening defeat at the hands of West Virginia, the Jayhawks fared even worse, falling behind by 25. All three of those substantial holes came before halftime, too. By Benton Smith