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Ottawa High's Sachse to run at KU

In the end, the creature comforts of home won out for Jack Sachse.

Case can't wait to get on floor

After taking year off, guard says he's sharp

In his mind, Jeremy Case sees himself stationed beyond the three-point line, burying jumper after jumper as the Allen Fieldhouse crowd goes nuts.

More mature Hawkins expects to lead

Fifth-year senior guard/stopper plans to play expanded role

The first step in any recovery program is admitting you have a problem.

Ottawa celebrates 'big day'

Lineman Blakesley officially joins Jayhawks' football program

Caleb Blakesley didn't think national signing day was anything to get excited about.

Dorsey sparks sweep of A&M

KU volleyball player ignores injury in 3-0 victory

With time running out on her season -- and her volleyball career -- senior Jill Dorsey ignored the pain in her injured elbow Saturday night and helped Kansas University pull off a badly needed sweep of 13th-ranked Texas A&M.

A&M victory would lift tourney hopes

It's crunch time for Kansas University's volleyball team. KU has just three matches remaining in the regular season, but the Jayhawks (15-11 overall, 6-11 Big 12 Conference) could boost their NCAA Tournament hopes tonight against No. 13th-ranked Texas A&M (17-6, 13-4).

Jayhawk defense impresses NU coach

Given a rare Saturday off, first-year Nebraska football coach Bill Callahan was able to scout his next two opponents.

Kansas' Mangino miffed over run game

In its last two football games, Kansas University has missed four field goals, been penalized 20 times for 165 yards, rushed for a total of 133 yards and blown two fourth-quarter leads.

Oh, no, not again!

Kicking game again dooms Jayhawks to deflating loss

The kicker was different, but the outcome was the same. One week after Kansas University senior Johnny Beck missed two field goals in a three-point loss at Northwestern, his replacement -- red-shirt freshman Scott Webb -- missed two fourth-quarter field goals Saturday in a 31-30 loss to Texas Tech in the Big 12 Conference opener at Memorial Stadium.

Tech defense making more noise

Kansas QB vows he isn't interested in individual accolades

It's no secret Texas Tech has the best passing offense in the country. Overlooked is the fact that the Red Raiders' defense has made big strides since 2003, when Tech allowed averages of 34 points and 453.4 yards per game.

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