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Charlie’s classroom: KU coach Weis grades players after every game

With Game 1 of the Charlie Weis era in the books, we can pull back the curtain and learn more about how the new football coach at Kansas University evaluates his team’s performance.

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Safety Bradley McDougald gets message

His wise-guy Jersey delivery might mislead some to believe that Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis is capable of talking without first thinking of the impact of his words, such as when he called Bradley McDougald, “as good a player as we have on the team, maybe the best,” after Saturday’s game.

Jarmoc stars again in KU volleyball sweep of UMKC

For the third time in four matches, redshirt junior middle blocker Caroline Jarmoc tied a career high, notching 16 kills to power Kansas University’s volleyball team past UMKC, 25-15, 25-17, 25-17, on Tuesday night at Horejsi Center.

Former Mangino assistant Reagan returning to KU as Rice coordinator

Assistant college football coaches shouldn’t drive automobiles to and from work. They should drive moving vans. Gypsies put down deeper roots.

Seven former Jayhawks start 2012 season on NFL rosters

The 2012 NFL season officially kicks off tonight, when the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants play host to the Dallas Cowboys. While there are no former Kansas University football players on either roster, the Jayhawks are fairly well represented throughout the rest of the league, which begins play from coast to coast on Sunday.

Kansas soccer's Ashley Williams earns two Big 12 weekly awards

Kansas University freshman soccer player Ashley Williams earned Big 12 Offensive Player and Newcomer of the Week awards, the league announced Tuesday.

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Charlie’s classroom: KU coach Weis grades players after every game

With Game 1 of the Charlie Weis era in the books, we can pull back the curtain and learn more about how the new football coach at Kansas University evaluates his team’s performance.