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Weis guys: KU's new coach credits two legends for his success

Years ago, during the week leading up to one of the New England Patriots’ three Super Bowl victories in four seasons under Bill Belichick, the man known for his hooded sweatshirt and stoic nature was asked about the role then-offensive coordinator Charlie Weis played in the Patriots’ success.

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KU basketball player Ben McLemore arrested after failing to appear in court for minor in possession case

Ben McLemore, a Kansas University freshman basketball player who is ineligible to play this year, was arrested on a warrant Tuesday morning for failing to appear to court.

KU football coach Charlie Weis names former Notre Dame QB Ron Powlus as quarterbacks coach

Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis added to his staff Tuesday afternoon by announcing the addition of former Notre Dame and Akron quarterbacks coach, Ron Powlus. Powlus will coach the quarterbacks at KU.

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Thomas Robinson named Oscar Robertson national player of week

Kansas forward Thomas Robinson was selected as the Oscar Robertson national player of the week by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association for games ending the week of Dec. 11.

KU football taps Tim Grunhard as offensive line coach

Tim Grunhard has been added to the Kansas football coaching staff, new coach Charlie Weis announced Tuesday.

Football recruits, count the rings

When Kansas University athletic director Sheahon Zenger last left town, he vowed he would not return without a new football coach on the flight back with him. Zenger kept his promise.

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Weis guys: KU's new coach credits two legends for his success

Years ago, during the week leading up to one of the New England Patriots’ three Super Bowl victories in four seasons under Bill Belichick, the man known for his hooded sweatshirt and stoic nature was asked about the role then-offensive coordinator Charlie Weis played in the Patriots’ success.

Self: Weis has a commanding presence

Kansas coach Bill Self said he was finally able to talk at length with new football coach Charlie Weis on Sunday morning. Both were at The Oread hotel in Lawrence, having breakfast with recruits.