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At 2-1, Jayhawks boast better mark than Longhorns

For just the second time in the 13-game series history between the Kansas University and Texas football programs, it’s the Jayhawks (2-1) who take a better record into their match-up with the Longhorns.

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Perry Ellis ‘honored’ by preseason attention

Now with expectations high, but not out of this world, for newcomers Kelly Oubre Jr. and Cliff Alexander, a junior — Perry Ellis — is receiving his share of preseason publicity. By Gary Bedore

’Horn warning: Weis, Jayhawks wary of Texas

The burnt orange on their uniforms and years of success give the Texas Longhorns all they need to catch any opponent’s attention. By Matt Tait

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Late Night plans set

Kansas University’s 30th-annual Late Night in the Phog will run from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., Friday Oct. 10, in Allen Fieldhouse, KU officials announced Tuesday.

Column: Don’t sell Texas short

During the latest installment of his always entertaining Tuesday pressers, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis tried to put himself in the shoes of Texas football players watching film of KU’s games against Southeast Missouri State and Duke.

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At 2-1, Jayhawks boast better mark than Longhorns

For just the second time in the 13-game series history between the Kansas University and Texas football programs, it’s the Jayhawks (2-1) who take a better record into their match-up with the Longhorns.

Kansas' Rigdon honored

Kansas University freshman outside hitter Madison Rigdon was named the Big 12’s Offensive Volleyball Player of the Week on Monday.

KU women’s golf in fourth place

Kansas University’s women’s golf team dropped a spot to a tie for fourth after two rounds of the Lady Paladin Invitational on Monday at the Furman University Golf Course.

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Perry Ellis ‘honored’ by preseason attention

Now with expectations high, but not out of this world, for newcomers Kelly Oubre Jr. and Cliff Alexander, a junior — Perry Ellis — is receiving his share of preseason publicity. By Gary Bedore

Column: Odds against college parity

I fear college football’s money potential could lead to a ratings-driven parity system. Although that would benefit Kansas, I’m not in favor of it. By Tom Keegan

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’Horn warning: Weis, Jayhawks wary of Texas

The burnt orange on their uniforms and years of success give the Texas Longhorns all they need to catch any opponent’s attention. By Matt Tait