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Better late than never

McCay's 60-yard, fourth-quarter TD pushes KU past CMU

Kick-started by senior Tony Pierson's 74-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage, the Jayhawks (2-1) jumped out early, watched Central Michigan (2-2) tie the game at 10 with 6:11 to play in the third and then reclaimed control with a 60-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Montell Cozart to senior wide receiver Justin McCay, both Bishop Miege High grads, both players in dire need of a feel-good moment. By Matt Tait

Early Morning

GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Central Michigan vs. Kansas

A breakdown of Saturday's Central Michigan-Kansas University football game. By Matt Tait

Stories

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Central Michigan

Linebacker Jake Love had four tackles for loss, totaling 18 yards. Two came on back-to-back plays on screen plays late in the game.

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Column: Weis, Jayhawks survive by thriving late

That jolt you felt Saturday was Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis bouncing off the ropes with a timely 24-10 victory against Central Michigan at Memorial Stadium. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Postgame love for KU linebacker

Of all the guys who made big plays, scored touchdowns or had a direct impact on the Kansas Univeristy football team's 24-10 victory over Central Michigan on Saturday, only one — Jake Love — received a shout-out from head coach Charlie Weis in the postgame speech in the locker room.

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Better late than never

McCay's 60-yard, fourth-quarter TD pushes KU past CMU

Kick-started by senior Tony Pierson's 74-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage, the Jayhawks (2-1) jumped out early, watched Central Michigan (2-2) tie the game at 10 with 6:11 to play in the third and then reclaimed control with a 60-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Montell Cozart to senior wide receiver Justin McCay, both Bishop Miege High grads, both players in dire need of a feel-good moment. By Matt Tait

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Recruit Diallo on KU’s campus

Cheick Diallo, a 6-foot-9 senior center from Our Savior New American High in Centereach, New York, is on Kansas University’s campus for an official recruiting visit.

Kansas soccer suffers first loss

Jacie Jermier’s goal just seven minutes in was enough to send Kansas University to its first soccer loss of the season, a 1-0 setback to Marquette on Friday night.

Bechard nets 1,000th win

About a dozen members of Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard’s family held up poster boards that spelled out the message “1000 wins, Rock Chalk Coach B” after the Jayhawks’ 3-1 victory over Cleveland State on Friday night in Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore

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GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Central Michigan vs. Kansas

A breakdown of Saturday's Central Michigan-Kansas University football game. By Matt Tait