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Well received: Speedy Patterson glad to be back at WR

A hint of open space is all it takes to make Daymond Patterson’s eyes light up like a meteor shower in the night sky.

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Oklahoma State DE pleads guilty

Oklahoma State defensive end Jamie Blatnick pleaded guilty Friday to an assault and battery charge that was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor.

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Well received: Speedy Patterson glad to be back at WR

A hint of open space is all it takes to make Daymond Patterson’s eyes light up like a meteor shower in the night sky.

Iowa PG Paige to visit

Marcus Paige, 6-foot-0, 155-pound junior basketball point guard from Linn Mar Community School in Marion, Iowa, will attend Kansas University’s Oct. 15 Late Night in the Phog on an unofficial recruiting visit.

Suspended Mizzou RBB accused of assault

Missouri running back Derrick Washington was accused of sexual assault by a former tutor in June and still could face criminal charges related to the incident that may be behind his indefinite suspension.

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KU wins soccer opener

Kansas University’s soccer team, which went scoreless in its only exhibition game, exploded offensively in a 3-0 season-opening victory over Eastern Kentucky on Friday at Jayhawk Soccer Complex.

KU volleyball nips Lipscomb

Kansas University senior Karina Garlington collected 20 kills, while junior Allison Mayfield had 17 in the Jayhawks’ 3-1 season-opening volleyball victory over Lipscomb on Friday at the Creighton Invitational.

BV West prep Admire to graduate early

Kansas University commitment Dylan Admire, an offensive lineman in the Class of 2011, told Rivals.com he plans to graduate early from Blue Valley West High in order to get to KU more quickly.