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Keegan kreamed

Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan was kreamed again. This week, 27 people beat Keegan, who correctly predicted seven of nine contests - missing the Iowa State and Missouri games.

Have you seen this Jayhawk?

Don't worry. He hasn't yet, but you can bet Charles Gordon will make plays this year for KU

Looks like the expectation monster struck again. The size of this beast, though, rivals Jupiter.

6Sports video: Herford taking on additional offensive role

Marcus Herford's put time in at both wideout and quarterback, and from his play last week, it's likely the Jayhawks will continue to use his services as a signal caller.

6Sports video: Jayhawk receivers back on track

Dropped passes plagued Kansas in their first week, but last Saturday junior transfer Brian Murph led the 'Hawks receivers to a strong performance.

Jayhawk receivers back on track

Dropped passes plagued Kansas in their first week, but last Saturday junior transfer Brian Murph led the 'Hawks receivers to a strong performance.

Herford taking on additional offensive role

Marcus Herford's put time in at both wideout and quarterback, and from his play last week, it's likely the Jayhawks will continue to use his services as a signal caller.

Luke to start, but Herford still in mix

Don't expect Brian Luke to play every snap as Kansas University's starting quarterback. But for now, expect him to be the guy starting Saturday against Louisiana Tech.

6Sports video: KU's defense needs work

Last season, the Kansas University football team was all about the defense. This season, the defense hasn't been terrible but the defense just doesn't have the intensity it did in 2004.

6Sports video: QB Luke solidifies starting role

After a great performance against Appalachian State, quarterback Brian Luke is now the front-runner to start against Louisiana Tech.

QB Luke solidifies starting role

After a great performance against Appalachian State, quarterback Brian Luke is now the front-runner to start against Louisiana Tech.

KU's defense needs work

Last season, the Kansas University football team was all about the defense. This season, the defense hasn't been terrible but the defense just doesn't have the intensity it did in 2004.

KU's defense not up to snuff

As encouraging as the offense has looked at times in Kansas University's first two football games, the defense - the heralded, highly regarded, vaunted defense - really hasn't been lighting things up.

Wood: Offense creates buzz

Cleaning out Saturday's notebook, trying desperately to decipher some of the slop I actually thought was legible at the time I wrote it: ¢ Who would've thought? Filing out of Memorial Stadium on Saturday, some spectators who witnessed Kansas University's 36-8 football victory over Appalachian State actually were excited about the Jayhawks' offense.

6News video: Marching bands take over downtown

More than 30 high school marching bands marched Saturday through downtown Lawrence for the annual KU Band Day Parade. The marching bands also performed during halftime of the KU-Appalachian State football game.

6Sports video: KU offense coming together

The Jayhawks racked up 435 total yards in their 36-8 victory against Appalachian State on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Kansas head coach Mark Mangino says he is pleased with the performance from his offense.