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Scott Chasen

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Scott is a sports intern for the Lawrence Journal-World.

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'Glimpses' of defensive progress not enough in KU football loss to West Virginia

The ball was at 30. It was third down, and KU needed a stop. By Scott Chasen

KU soccer coach Mark Francis displeased with energy in 5-1 loss to Texas A&M

If it wasn’t clear enough from his words, Mark Francis certainly made it so with his laugh. By Scott Chasen

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First-half miscues cost Kansas momentum, points in loss to Central Michigan

In a game the Jayhawks put up 27 points, their quarterback felt they could’ve — and should've — scored into the 50s. By Scott Chasen

Madison Rigdon tallies 1,000th career kill as KU volleyball downs Purdue

Posting 15 kills against Purdue, Madison Rigdon became the 16th player in KU volleyball history to record 1,000 career kills, yet her demeanor didn't show it at all. By Scott Chasen

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Joe Dineen relishes chance to meet Orange Bowl team, 'standard' of KU football

Saturday’s experience was a special one for Lawrence native and Free State High graduate Joe Dineen, but it was far from the first time he’d set his eyes on the 2008 Kansas Orange Bowl squad. By Scott Chasen

No. 7 KU volleyball overcomes heat, No. 13 Kentucky to move to 7-0

After finishing off a sweep over No. 13 Kentucky, Kansas volleyball senior Kelsie Payne couldn't help but comment on one thing: The temperature. By Scott Chasen

Maddie Dobyns' improbable save preserves KU soccer's upset win over No. 7 USC

Once ahead by two goals, the Kansas soccer team had one thing in mind as it neared the final whistle against No. 7 USC: Just hang on. By Scott Chasen

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Houstonians Dorance Armstrong, Steven Sims thinking of home in midst of KU football opener

Steven Sims and Dorance Armstrong, a pair of Houston natives, took the field for KU football on Saturday against Southeast Missouri State. They had more than the game on their minds. By Scott Chasen

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KU honors, learns from 2008 Orange Bowl team in first game

A day before being inducted into the Kansas Athletics Hall of Fame, Mark Mangino sat at a table in the Chancellor’s Lounge of the Anderson Football Complex, some 40 feet away from the windows overlooking Memorial Stadium. He had one piece of advice for the current team, though it wasn't something that could be spoken. By Scott Chasen

KU volleyball wins regular season opener over NC State

The Kansas volleyball team won its season opener on Friday, defeating North Carolina State in four sets. By Scott Chasen

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