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KU depth chart doesn’t reveal No. 1 QB

The first official Kansas University football depth chart of the Turner Gill era is out and, as expected, it provides no definitive answer to the question of who will start under center for the Jayhawks this fall.

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LB Love commits to KU

KU has received an oral commitment from Tonkawa, Okla., linebacker Jake Love.

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Conner Teahan to stick with basketball at KU

Junior guard won't be playing for football team in fall

Conner Teahan told coach Bill Self on Friday that he's sticking with basketball and won't be playing football at KU.

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KU depth chart doesn’t reveal No. 1 QB

The first official Kansas University football depth chart of the Turner Gill era is out and, as expected, it provides no definitive answer to the question of who will start under center for the Jayhawks this fall.

KU men’s golf signs pair of recruits

The Kansas men’s golf team completed its incoming recruiting class by announcing the signings of Bryce Brown and Jordan Lowery during the spring signing period.

Soccer freshman invited to Canadian camp

Kansas University freshman midfielder Sarah Robbins has been invited to attend the U-20 Canadian National Team Camp next weekend in Toronto.

‘Bark in the Park’ at KU softball Sunday

Kansas University softball will host the fifth annual Bark in the Park at noon on Sunday at Arrocha Ballpark when the Jayhawks play host to Iowa State.

Negro Leagues display to visit Hoglund

An exhibit from the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City will be displayed this weekend at Hoglund Ballpark during the Kansas-Missouri Border Showdown series.

Kansas pitcher Walz named to all-star lineup

Kansas University right-handed pitcher T.J. Walz has been named to the National All-Star Lineup by the College Baseball Foundation for the week of May 5.

LHS senior headlines KU rowing class

Lawrence High senior Jasmyn Turner headlines a list of 18 additions to the Kansas University rowing team, announced by coach Rob Catloth on Thursday.

Hudy: UNI loss in hoops ‘brutal’

Kansas University’s basketball players needed some time to get over their shocking season-ending loss to Northern Iowa. “I don’t want to sound cheesy, but there was a dream that died there in the locker room. It was brutal,” Andrea Hudy, KU’s assistant athletic director for sports performance, said, referring to the tears that flowed after KU’s 69-67 second-round NCAA Tournament setback in Oklahoma City’s Ford Center.