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Stories for September 26, 2004

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Chesang 11th at Invite

In his first race of the season, Benson Chesang placed 11th, pacing Kansas University's men's cross country team to a 10th-place finish Saturday in the Roy Griak Invitational.

Jayhawks struggle in Tulsa

Freshman Lauren Hommell and Stephanie Smith were the lone winners for the Kansas University women's tennis squad Saturday at the Hurricane Invitational.

Despite deficit, Tech kept faith

Texas Tech's football players didn't doubt they could rally from a 25-point deficit against Kansas University on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

KU volleyball 'run over'

Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard summed up his squad's 3-0 drubbing at the hands of No. 22 Texas in four short words.

Woodling: KU's latest setback simply unbelievable

His name was Gale Weidner. He was a sophomore quarterback who became a part of Colorado University football lore when he passed the Buffaloes to a come-from-behind victory over Kansas University.

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.

Jayhawks' Gordon makes presence, absence felt

Whenever Kansas University football cornerback/receiver Charles Gordon plays offense for the Jayhawks, something good seems to happen.

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