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Undeterred: Beaty, team still excited about season

At 0-2 heading into its lone bye week of the 2015 season, the Kansas University football team sits in a position that many people expected before the season began. By Matt Tait

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KU defense off to rough start

Through two weeks of the 2015 season, the numbers back up what Kansas University football fans have seen with their own eyes — the KU defense is off to a rough start.

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TSN ranks Jayhawks preseason No. 1

The Sporting News 2015-16 college basketball preview yearbook, which hits newsstands next Tuesday, has ranked Kansas University No. 1 in its preseason Top 10.

Column: Toughness of Bowen clearly evident

Poll Lawrence residents as to where they saw Charlie Weis during his short stay in Lawrence and the answer, aside from the football complex, is bound to include one of two places.

Kawinpakorn ties for 10th

Kansas University women’s golfer Yupaporn Kawinpakorn fired a final round of 2-over 74 and tied for 10th place in the Minnesota Invitational on Tuesday at Minikahda Club.

Kansas golfers in 12th place

Kansas University’s women’s golf team sits in 12th place after the first two rounds of the Minnesota Invitational.

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Elite big men on campus this weekend

A pair of elite high school basketball big men will be making official recruiting visits to Kansas University this weekend. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Ken Berry writes second chapter

Break with the crack of the bat, gracefully sprint toward the center-field wall, look over his shoulder and catch a baseball that everyone on hand with a scorebook and pencil already had marked a double? Easy. Same for catching up to a pass thrown by a college quarterback. But write a book? And not a scorebook, but a novel? By Tom Keegan

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Undeterred: Beaty, team still excited about season

At 0-2 heading into its lone bye week of the 2015 season, the Kansas University football team sits in a position that many people expected before the season began. By Matt Tait