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Football 2014 coverage

TCU defeats Kansas, 34-30

  • 2 p.m., Nov. 15, 2014
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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Twitter poll: Should Clint Bowen be the next KU head coach?

The Journal-World’s Gary Bedore was surfing on his computer after deadline and posed a question his Twitter followers: "Do you want Clint Bowen as the next head coach, or do you want to keep looking?"

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Column: Easy call, Bowen deserves head coach job

Although it’s common for teams to play better when an assistant coach is promoted to interim head coach, nothing is typical about the way Clint Bowen has transformed a depleted roster into a high-flying, hard-hitting ball of focused fire. By Tom Keegan

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TCU coach supports Bowen for head coach

TCU football coach/Rozel native Gary Patterson — whose Horned Frogs kept their Big 12 and national title hopes alive with a down-to-the-wire 34-30 road victory against Kansas University on Saturday afternoon — believes the Jayhawks’ next head coach just might be their current interim coach. By Gary Bedore

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Zenger: Bowen a 'strong candidate' for head coach

Six games into his eight-game audition for the permanent head coaching job, Clint Bowen continues to build a strong resume for having the interim tag removed from his title at some point in the near future. By Matt Tait

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TCU's Gary Patterson relieved after escaping Lawrence with a victory

TCU's Gary Patterson relieved after escaping Lawrence with a victory

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Clint Bowen sizes up KU's close call vs. No. 5 TCU

Interim football coach Clint Bowen sizes up KU's close call vs. No. 5 TCU

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Mundine's career day is one for the ages

Senior tight end Jimmay Mundine turned in one of the all-time great receiving games by a Kansas tight end. By Matt Tait

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KU football notebook: Seniors make most of final home game

Talk about going out with a bang. Saturday marked the final home game in the careers of 21 Kansas University football seniors and, to honor them, a handful of those veteran leaders and underclassmen banded together to push No. 5 TCU to the brink of disaster in a 34-30 KU loss at Memorial Stadium. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks give scare but fall short against TCU, 34-30

As the final seconds of what was nearly one of the most epic upsets in Kansas University football history ticked away on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, the KU fans who actually showed up to watch it serenaded fifth-ranked TCU with chants of “over-rated,” mocking the Horned Frogs' 34-30 escape over the Jayhawks. By Matt Tait

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