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Mauled: Tigers handle Jayhawks at Memorial Stadium

It seemed inevitable that it would come to this. The Kansas University football team's shift to an up-tempo, Air Raid offense, though more exciting for the Memorial Stadium crowd of 37,798 to watch, became the Jayhawks' biggest problem during Saturday's 55-23 loss to Memphis, as the Tigers took advantage of several short KU drives and wore down the out-manned and overmatched Kansas defense. By Matt Tait

Memphis blows out Kansas football

Despite an early 10-point lead against favored Memphis, the Kansas football team, early in a major rebuilding project, couldn’t keep up with the Tigers the rest of Saturday night’s 55-23 loss at Memorial Stadium.

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Tigers ‘didn’t panic’ early

Memphis’ explosive football team, which scored 63 points in its season-opener last week against Missouri State, didn’t fret after falling behind 10-0 to Kansas University on Saturday night in Memorial Stadium. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Montell Cozart's old problems return

Junior quarterback Montell Cozart’s mostly strong showing in Kansas University’s season-opening loss inspired cautious optimism regarding his future. The caution came from the caliber of the opponent and begged the question of how Cozart’s improvement would translate against a faster defense. The answer came Saturday night: Not very well. By Tom Keegan

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Mauled: Tigers handle Jayhawks at Memorial Stadium

It seemed inevitable that it would come to this. The Kansas University football team's shift to an up-tempo, Air Raid offense, though more exciting for the Memorial Stadium crowd of 37,798 to watch, became the Jayhawks' biggest problem during Saturday's 55-23 loss to Memphis, as the Tigers took advantage of several short KU drives and wore down the out-manned and overmatched Kansas defense. By Matt Tait

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Memphis blows out Kansas football

Despite an early 10-point lead against favored Memphis, the Kansas football team, early in a major rebuilding project, couldn’t keep up with the Tigers the rest of Saturday night’s 55-23 loss at Memorial Stadium.

Wyoming downs KU soccer, 2-1

Wyoming sophomore Kimmy Burbank scored two goals to power the Cowgirls to a 2-1 college soccer victory over Kansas University on Friday at the Madrid Soccer Complex.

KU volleyball wins a pair

Kansas University took a four-set victory over Northern Colorado, then swept Wyoming to open the Pistol Pete’s Showdown volleyball tournament on Friday at the UniWyo Sports Complex.

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Jo Jo White joins Hall of Fame

Dressed impeccably in dark suit and gray spotted tie, silk handkerchief in his left pocket, Jo Jo White stood tall and proud Friday night on the stage of the Springfield Symphony Hall in Springfield, Massachusetts. By Gary Bedore

Beaty looking for more from defensive ends

Although senior Ben Goodman and true freshman Dorrance Armstrong recorded two of Kansas University’s three sacks during last week’s season-opening loss to South Dakota State, the play of KU’s defensive ends as a whole was a source of disappointment for the Kansas coaching staff. By Matt Tait

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GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Saturday's Kansas-Memphis football game

A gameday breakdown of the Kansas University-Memphis football showdown. By Matt Tait