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Jayhawks finish tied for 4th at the Windon Memorial Classic

After the final round at the Windon Memorial Classic, the Kansas men’s golf team finished tied for fourth with a score of 3-over par 855 at the Conways Golf Club in Lake Forest, Illinois.

Tadokoro leads Jayhawks to 4th-place finish at Sunflower Invitational

The Kansas women’s golf team wrapped up the Sunflower Invitational in a tie for fourth place after an even par 288 score in the final round at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan, Kansas.

Merrick tabbed Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week

Kansas defender Addisyn Merrick was named the Big 12’s Defensive Player of the Week by the league office Tuesday.

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More receivers, space and RPO calls allow Kansas RBs to thrive

The Kansas football team’s receivers and quarterback weren’t the only ones who benefited from the offense spreading the field at Boston College, where the Jayhawks often lined up with three or four receivers. The resulting spacing allowed KU running backs Khalil Herbert and Pooka Williams to flourish, as well, thanks to one-on-one scenarios in the open field. By Benton Smith

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Matt Tait: Hopping off the roller coaster the next step for Kansas football

The first three weeks of Kansas football have provided an interesting case study in riding the proverbial roller coaster. By Matt Tait

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Notebook: KU victory at BC uniquely satisfying for Jayhawks

True, the scarcity of Kansas football victories during the previous three years reduces the number of viable candidates, but a couple of key veterans didn’t mind identifying the Jayhawks’ win at Boston College as the most significant they’ve experienced. By Benton Smith

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'Rough and rugged' reserve LB Jay Dineen beginning to contribute for KU defense

Position coach Mike Ekeler told the inside linebackers the game plan at Boston College would involve keeping starters Dru Prox and Kyron Johnson fresh by rotating in Jay Dineen and Gavin Potter, something KU had not done the first two weeks of the season. “Just getting a chance,” Dineen said, “I had to take advantage.” By Benton Smith

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

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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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Jayhawks spread the field to unlock offense's potential

After the Jayhawks put up 567 yards and rolled, 48-24, at Boston College Friday night, though, even businesslike senior QB Carter Stanley couldn’t mask his affinity for the calls that spread the field and put the Jayhawks’ best skill players in more one-on-one opportunities. “Sheesh,” Stanley said after KU’s air and ground display at BC. “It was fun.” By Benton Smith

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Jayhawks ride with Carter Stanley and offense takes off

Les Miles, fresh off coaching his Kansas football team to a Friday night upset over Boston College at Alumni Stadium, had a confession to make. “I just want to come clean. I told the whole team that after we won we would park the plane someplace here in Boston and go out on the town. I might not be able to come through with that. So I don’t know quite where that sits.” By Benton Smith

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Notebook: Kansas fullback Hudson Hall notches first-career touchdown in road win

Chestnut Hill, Mass. — It took close to five years of service in the Kansas football program, but Hudson Hall finally entered the end zone for the Jayhawks on Friday night at Boston College. Benton Smith

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KU's offense comes alive to soar past Boston College for 48-24 win

Chestnut Hill, Mass. — Wielding an offense that somehow remained sheathed the first two weeks of the season, Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley and the Jayhawks’ skill players around him left a heavily favored Boston College staggered much of Friday night at Alumni Stadium. Benton Smith

KU soccer knocks off Northwestern

The Kansas women’s soccer team only needed one score to knock off Northwestern by a 1-0 margin Friday night at Martin Stadium.

KU volleyball falls to Arizona

Kansas volleyball was unable to secure its second victory of the Kansas Invitational on Friday night as it fell in straight sets to the visiting Arizona Wildcats inside Horejsi Family Volleyball Arena.

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KUsports Live: Kansas football at Boston College

Follow along during the game with our crew and the KUsports.com community.