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Kansas defense shows off resilience, depth in victory at Boston College

Though the Jayhawks' defense didn’t create any takeaways or sack Eagles QB Anthony Brown more than once — Azur Kamara and Malcolm Lee shared credit for that one — their most impressive feat might have been their collective resiliency in a Friday night win at Boston College. By Benton Smith

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Ramsey's road: A dog, a chain and a fast path to becoming the strength coach at Kansas

The weight room gains of dozens of current and future Jayhawks eventually will be traced back to a dog named Hunter. This is the story of Ramsey Nijem's beginning in strength and conditioning and how his path brought him to Kansas. By Matt Tait

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Tadokoro leads KU women's golf at Sunflower Invitational

After dealing with inclement weather during the first tournament of the season, the Jayhawks were greeted with sunny skies as they competed in the first two rounds of the Sunflower Invitational at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan, Kansas.

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KU basketball coaches ramp up recruiting in 2020 and beyond

It’s been a busy stretch of recruiting for the Kansas basketball coaching staff, which traveled around the country last week to check in on some of KU’s top targets in the 2020 class. By Matt Tait

Jayhawks conclude Kansas Invitational with loss to Syracuse

Kansas concluded the Kansas Invitational with a three-set defeat to Syracuse Sunday afternoon in the Horejsi Family Volleyball Arena. KU finished the tournament 1-2 with a win in its home opener against Morehead State.

No. 18 Jayhawks surge past Western Michigan 2-0

A pair of reserves came off the KU bench and netted late goals as No. 18 Kansas surged past the Western Michigan Broncos, 2-0, Sunday afternoon at WMU Soccer Complex.

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Kansas defense shows off resilience, depth in victory at Boston College

Though the Jayhawks' defense didn’t create any takeaways or sack Eagles QB Anthony Brown more than once — Azur Kamara and Malcolm Lee shared credit for that one — their most impressive feat might have been their collective resiliency in a Friday night win at Boston College. By Benton Smith