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Onside kick turning point in KU's 52-45 comeback over Colorado

Chris Harris grinned sheepishly before sharing his secret following Kansas’ 52-45 victory over Colorado on Saturday.

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Ups and downs: Senior Harris has ridden roller coaster at KU

In January of 2008, 18-year-old Chris Harris was being sized for an Orange Bowl ring, celebrating his interception in a BCS bowl game and dreaming of how much better things would get during the next three years of his Kansas University football career. As Harris remembers, life was good.

Gill not revealing starting QB

Kansas University football coach Turner Gill might have picked a starting quarterback for today’s 1 p.m. kickoff against Colorado, but he isn’t letting anyone in on the secret.

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Onside kick turning point in KU's 52-45 comeback over Colorado

Chris Harris grinned sheepishly before sharing his secret following Kansas’ 52-45 victory over Colorado on Saturday.

Jayhawk statue and ATMs at Kansas Union damaged overnight

The Classic Jayhawk statue in front of the Kansas Union was discovered damaged this morning by KU staff.

KU vs. CU: Head to head

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Gill not revealing starting QB

Kansas University football coach Turner Gill might have picked a starting quarterback for today’s 1 p.m. kickoff against Colorado, but he isn’t letting anyone in on the secret.

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KU women's coach Bonnie Henrickson lands star recruit for next season

Bonnie Henrickson has landed the highest-rated recruit in her seven seasons at Kansas University.

Colorado AD Mike Bohn not talking about KU opening

University of Colorado athletic director Mike Bohn, whose Buffs play Kansas University in football today at Memorial Stadium, tells the Denver Post he has not been contacted about his alma mater’s AD vacancy.

KU tennis nets key singles wins

Five Kansas University tennis players and two doubles teams advanced to the semifinals of their respective brackets Friday afternoon at the San Diego State Fall Classic II.

OU’s Broyles, A&M’s Fuller boost high-powered offenses

Oklahoma’s Ryan Broyles and Texas A&M’s Jeff Fuller will be on the same field today when the Sooners visit the Aggies.

Huskers, Cyclones close out football rivalry

On paper, Nebraska’s final trip to Iowa State as a conference foe looks like the bitter end of a rivalry that dates to 1896.

Struggling KSU, UT do battle today on gridiron

Kansas State wants to get bowl-eligible. Texas just wants to get well.

At 7-2, Baylor still not getting any respect

Not amused by actor Ferrell’s slight, Bears notch memorable victory over Texas, set sights on Oklahoma State

Baylor’s players are waiting for the rest of the planet to start believing in their turnaround, just like they do.

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Ups and downs: Senior Harris has ridden roller coaster at KU

In January of 2008, 18-year-old Chris Harris was being sized for an Orange Bowl ring, celebrating his interception in a BCS bowl game and dreaming of how much better things would get during the next three years of his Kansas University football career. As Harris remembers, life was good.

Colorado turns attention inward

Both teams are winless in Big 12 Conference play, both have suffered some forgettable beatings in 2010 and both have head coaches who have drawn the ire of angry fan bases.

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Dick Vitale predicts KU basketball fifth…in Big 12

The most famous college basketball analyst of all — Hall of Famer Dick Vitale of ESPN — is taking a wait-and-see attitude toward Kansas University’s men’s basketball team.