Stories for September 10, 2016


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Payne leads KU volleyball to sweep over UNI

With a dominant night from junior All-American right-side hitter Kelsie Payne, the Kansas volleyball team swept Northern Iowa on Saturday, 26-24, 25-17, 25-23, at Horejsi Family Athletics Center.

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Tom Keegan: Sloppy Jayhawks on the menu at Memorial Stadium

For the second week in a row, Kansas showed it has faster football players than a year ago, but the football they played resulted in a not-so-fast verdict in declaring the Jayhawks a much better football team than when they went 0-12. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Beaty rides 'hot hand,' keeps Cozart at QB

Kansas quarterback Montell Cozart handled all but nine offensive snaps during Saturday’s 37-21 loss to Ohio at Memorial Stadium. This, after rotating with sophomore QB Ryan Willis throughout most of last week’s season opener. By Matt Tait

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Ohio

Safety Bazie Bates knocked the ball out of receiver Jordan Reid’s hands to deny him a touchdown and save Kansas four points when Ohio kicked a field goal. He also contributed nine solo tackles and two assists.

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Failing Grade: KU football starts slowly in 37-21 loss

One of the many favorite phrases of second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty is that his players often “have the answers to the test.” Saturday, during his team’s 37-21 loss to Ohio in front of a crowd of 28,467 at Memorial Stadium, the Jayhawks were equipped with the right answers but could not effectively utilize them. By Matt Tait

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Mistakes costly for Jayhawks in 37-21 loss to Ohio

Searching for its first winning streak since the start of the 2011 season, too many mistakes cost the Kansas football team in a 37-21 loss against Ohio on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Gameday Breakdown: Kansas football vs. Ohio

A preview of the Kansas football team's Saturday matchup against Ohio, when the Jayhawks need to be disciplined. By Matt Tait

Duggan lifts KU soccer to win over Pitt

The Kansas soccer team picked up its second win in a row with a 2-1 victory over Pittsburgh on Friday at Rock Chalk Park.