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Kansas to face Colorado

The Jayhawks hope to win their first conference game of the season against the Buffaloes on Saturday in Boulder, Colo. The game is set for 6 p.m.

Kream Keegan: Quarterbacks aside, KU won't beat Buffs

Someone asked me recently: Are you better off now than you were in 1994? You tell me after considering these facts: The first time I saw a football game at Arrowhead Stadium, in 1994, the starting quarterbacks were Joe Montana and Steve Young. The second time was last week, and the starting quarterbacks were Brian Luke and Rhett Bomar.

Back at cornerback

Sporting new number and finally healthy, versatile Baines ready to help KU

When Theo Baines was healthy and shining last season on defense as one of Kansas University's starting cornerbacks, everything should have been all good in his world.

Sour grapes?

Herald and Review reporter Mark Tupper says Chicago Crane High basketball coach Anthony Longstreet may have been instrumental in Crane point guard Sherron Collins choosing Kansas University over the University of Illinois.

Getting his shot

KU's Hallman gives J-W writer tips on top form

There was no doubt whom I would ask to help me with my shooting. I have seen more three-pointers made by this Jayhawk than any other in my three years here. This player is the best returning long-range shooter at Kansas University.

Oklahoma big man Bookout nearly chose KU

Kevin Bookout, who grew up a University of Oklahoma football fan, nearly spurned the Sooners four years ago in recruiting.

Hokies crush Terps' hopes

Virginia Tech remains unbeaten; Quarterback Vick sets rushing high

Marcus Vick was too elusive, and the relentless defense of No. 3 Virginia Tech proved too tough to handle for a spirited Maryland team bent on revenge.

KU basketball recruiting: Sour grapes?

Herald and Review reporter Mark Tupper says Chicago Crane High basketball coach Anthony Longstreet may have been instrumental in Crane point guard Sherron Collins choosing Kansas University over the University of Illinois.

Newell: Getting his shot

KU's Hallman gives J-W writer tips on top form

There was no doubt whom I would ask to help me with my shooting. I have seen more three-pointers made by this Jayhawk than any other in my three years here. This player is the best returning long-range shooter at Kansas University.

6Sports video: Herford experiment at QB on hold

The Marcus Herford experiment at quarterback seems to be on hold. Last week against Oklahoma, the freshman started at wide receiver. However, he made only one catch for three yards against the Sooners.

6Sports video: Self not likely to watch Bucknell tape again

Kansas head basketball coach Bill Self is not likely to watch the tape of the KU-Bucknell game, where the Jayhawks lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Self says watching the tape doesn't help the team very much.

6Sports video: CU's Klatt leads Buffaloes against Jayhawks

As the quarterback questions continue on the Kansas football sidelines, the same is not happening with Colorado. CU senior quarterback Joel Klatt leads a passing attack that is second in the Big 12 behind Texas Tech. On the season, Klatt has more than 1,400 yards in passing and eight touchdowns.

Sanctions don't break Baylor's spirit

A preseason trip to Maui or Alaska? Forget about it. An outing in the Coaches Vs. Cancer or Guardians Classic, or a marquee nonconference clash against Kentucky or Duke? No way, baby.