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Master recruiter: NIU coach Doeren lured some of KU’s best

Likeability, strong communication skills, an organized mind, a relentless work ethic, steady self-confidence, thick-enough skin to bounce back from rejection, the ability to, as Alec Baldwin so famously said, “A-B-C. A-always, B-be, C-closing. Always be closing. Always be closing.”

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OU experimenting with secondary

The search for All-American free safety Quinton Carter’s replacement has Oklahoma considering a shuffle in its defensive lineup.

Freshman RB impresses Texas

Malcolm Brown making early push for playing time

Players have yet to start popping pads in Texas’ fall football camp, where practices began last week. But one newcomer, freshman tailback Malcolm Brown, already has captured the attention of veteran teammates.

Longhorns’ safety arrested

Texas senior safety Christian Scott has been arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.

KU women excited for exhibition trip to Italy

Kansas University women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson says she’s most looking forward to one sight during her team’s exhibition trip to Italy from today through Aug. 19.

Gary Bedore's KU basketball notebook

KU hoops offers N.C. prep Allerik Freeman scholarship

Allerik Freeman, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound junior-to-be from Olympic High in Charlotte, N.C., on Monday received a scholarship offer from Kansas University.

Matt Tait's KU football notebook

DE Pat Lewandowski to miss 2-3 weeks

Kansas head football coach Turner Gill said defensive end Pat Lewandowski would miss two to three weeks because of a leg injury.

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Master recruiter: NIU coach Doeren lured some of KU’s best

Likeability, strong communication skills, an organized mind, a relentless work ethic, steady self-confidence, thick-enough skin to bounce back from rejection, the ability to, as Alec Baldwin so famously said, “A-B-C. A-always, B-be, C-closing. Always be closing. Always be closing.”