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Offense leads Jayhawks to post-season play

For the second time in three years, the Jayhawks are going bowling. The Jayhawks earned their way into post-season play after a come-from-behind 24-21 victory Saturday over Iowa State. And leading the charge for the Jayhawks were Brian Luke and Scott Webb.

Win restores KU confidence

Kansas University alumni Tom Marcellino and Zach Marten and several of their friends watched from Campanile Hill Saturday as KU kicker Scott Webb's overtime game-winning field goal sailed through the uprights.

Keegan: Backup QB Luke saves day for KU

Kansas University's third starting quarterback of the season, Jason Swanson, was on the ground in the middle of the field, clutching his left knee.

Notebook

At 6-5 with a bowl game to play, KU is assured of its first non-losing season since joining the Big 12 Conference. The Jayhawks were 10-2 in 1995, then finished below .500 in the nine seasons to follow. That included the 2003 Tangerine Bowl team that finished 6-7 with the bowl-game loss.

Fields' first catch a doozy

Mention of the name Dexton Fields never again will elicit the response "who?" if a Kansas University football backer is in the room.

Cyclones 0-for-overtime

OT loss in last year's finale kept ISU out of Big 12 title game, too

Call Iowa State snake-bit. Say the Cyclones are college football's unluckiest team. It's probably true.

How they scored

Fort Worth likely for KU

Bowl officials were vague, hush-hush, all that - but as of Saturday, it appeared the safest bet was that Kansas University's football team would receive an invitation to play in the Fort Worth Bowl on Dec. 23.

Going bowling!

Webb's field goal gives KU 6th win

Never before have bowling shoes been mistaken for Cinderella slippers. Not until Saturday, anyway.

Cyclones 0-for-overtime

OT loss in last year's finale kept ISU out of Big 12 title game, too

Call Iowa State snake-bit. Say the Cyclones are college football's unluckiest team. It's probably true.

Fields' first catch a doozy

Mention of the name Dexton Fields never again will elicit the response "who?" if a Kansas University football backer is in the room.

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Jayhawks are going bowling

For the first time since 1951, the Jayhawks go undefeated during the regular season at home. Kansas knocked off Iowa State, 24-21, in overtime Saturday at Memorial Stadium giving the Jayhawks their sixth win of the season. The win also means that KU will go bowling sometime late in December.

Kansas knocks off the Cyclones, 24-21, in overtime

Scott Webb's field goal makes the Jayhawks bowl eligible

Kansas kicker Scott Webb gave the Jayhawks a 24-21 win Saturday at Memorial Stadium with a 34-yard field goal in overtime.

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Two words have resonated through the mind of Iowa State quarterback Bret Meyer while throwing 132 straight passes without an interception. Eat it.