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    Bowen Looks To Leave Lasting Impression

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    Bowen Looks To Leave Lasting Impression

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    Bowen: "Expect To Win"

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Jayhawks Look To Pick Up The Pieces

Jayhawks Look To Pick Up The Pieces

After losing any game 72-40, you’d expect to have some time to heal your wounds. When you consider that the loss came against mighty top ranked Kentucky, you know it might take an extra day to recover.

Notebook: KU/Kentucky

Notebook: KU/Kentucky

News, notes and quotes on No. 5 Kansas' battle with No. 1 Kentucky in the Champions Classic in Indianapolis Tuesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse at approximately 8:30 p.m. (30 minutes after the 6 p.m. opening game between Duke and Michigan State) on ESPN.

That Close!

That Close!

A top five team visited Lawrence on a cold day and struggled against a gritty Kansas team, who was a huge underdog coming into the affair and only had heart and shear will to combat the opponent who was expected to roll and leave the Jayhawks broken, beaten and scarred at game’s end.

Notebook: KU/UC-Santa Barbara

Notebook: KU/UC-Santa Barbara

News, notes and quotes on No. 5 Kansas’ matchup with UC Santa Barbara Friday in Allen Fieldhouse at 7 p.m.

Jayhawks Brace For Stiff Challenge

Jayhawks Brace For Stiff Challenge

Last year, Kansas scored an emotional conference victory that resulted in the students tearing down the Memorial Stadium goalposts, only to see themselves face plant in the final two games of the season. This season, they’ll have to avoid that, but it will be challenging starting with Saturday’s Senior Day game against TCU.

Jayhawks Impressive In Final Tuneup

Jayhawks Impressive In Final Tuneup

As far as 109-56 games go, this one was about what you’d expect. Kansas built up momentum slowly through one half and ignited in the second half to obliterate Emporia State, Tuesday night in Allen Fieldhouse in their final exhibition before the regular season begins Friday night.

Players Fully Endorse Bowen

Players Fully Endorse Bowen

All along, Kansas athletics director Sheahon Zenger has said that he will do his due diligence in selecting the next head coach to lead the Jayhawk football program. He’s even solicited the services of former Big 12 interim commissioner Chuck Neinas to aid in the process.

Sawed Wood

Sawed Wood

Many fans had pegged this game as being all about their former coach. When it was over, it was only about their current one and the raucous celebration on the field. Kansas not only defeated former coach Mark Mangino and Iowa State 34-14, they did so convincingly with their most complete performance in at least three years.

Hello, Old Friend

Hello, Old Friend

When the schedule came out, this particular game was circled by many Kansas football fans

Notebook: KU/Iowa State

Notebook: KU/Iowa State

News, notes and quotes on Kansas’ showdown against Iowa State at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Alexander Impresses In Debut

Alexander Impresses In Debut

I don’t want to get too carried away with Cliff Alexander’s delightful performance against Washburn during Kansas’ 85-53 rout in its opening exhibition game at Allen Fieldhouse Monday night.

Youth Serves Jayhawks Well In Blowout Win

Youth Serves Jayhawks Well In Blowout Win

Kansas coach Bill Self has been very consistent in the days leading up to the start of the 2014-2015 basketball campaign. While, he loved many things about last year’s squad, one flaw that still irks the 12th year coach is the lack of defensive prowess. That was a big problem considering defense is a hallmark of many of Self teams.

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