Stories for September 22, 2012


Lead stories


Looking out for Number One: Andrew Turzilli’s finally a starter, and he’s playing to remain one

A lot has been made about Kansas University wide receiver Andrew Turzilli’s 100-yard game in last week’s loss to TCU.


Universally reviled Boot Camp awaits KU hoops

For former Kansas University basketball player Tyshawn Taylor, the best day of Boot Camp was his last day of Boot Camp, 2011.

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Keegan: Dayne Crist’s miss costly

Another week, another loss, another day Kansas University senior quarterback Dayne Crist found himself answering questions about his role from the wrong end of the game’s pivotal fourth-quarter play.

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Déjà ewww! KU falls apart in 4th (again)

With its second fall-from-in-front loss of the young season — both with two-score leads in the fourth quarter, no less — Kansas University’s football team pushed its road losing streak to 14 games with a 30-23 loss to Northern Illinois on Saturday at Huskie Stadium.

NIU coach Dave Doeren: Huskies were more physical team

A few seconds after reporters were asked if they had any final questions, Northern Illinois coach Dave Doeren spoke up himself.

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Notebook: James Sims solid in return

RB goes for 91 yards in setback

Kansas University’s football team welcomed junior James Sims back to the huddle Saturday, and his return could not have come at a better time.

Kansas soccer upends No. 7 Oklahoma St., 2-1

Kansas University’s soccer team opened Big 12 Conference play with a 2-1 victory over No. 7 Oklahoma State on Friday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.

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Jayhawks’ Doc Sadler mentioned for Tech job

Two former Texas Tech basketball assistants are being mentioned as possible replacements for Billy Gillispie, who resigned his Red Raider coaching position Thursday amid health concerns and allegations that he mistreated players.