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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 10.14.12

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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 10.14.12

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Turning the tide: Michael Cummings-led rally falls short as KU falls to OSU | KUsports.com
This team is fighting, no question that they deserve some credit for that. This OSU program could have hung 70 on us in the first half last year. I'm proud of the progress.

Column: QB switch affects RB James Sims, too | KUsports.com
Junior running back James Sims never mails in a play, but the difference in him when the change came was noticeable. He looked at once quicker and more patient. Nobody on the field played better in the 20-14 loss to Oklahoma State than Sims after the change came.

LB Jake Love responds | KUsports.com
Jake Love was all over the field yesterday, he gets after it. Darius Willis was actually doing much the same. Two players trying to seize the opportunity.

Mike Gundy: Win ‘painful to watch’ | KUsports.com
Glad to have a coach leave Lawrence feeling as though they escaped. Hasn't happened in a couple years.

Cummings breathes life into KU despite loss | CJOnline.com
Michael Cummings caught the snap, faked a handoff to James Sims, scrambled to his right and zipped a pass to tight end Jimmay Mundine. Within seconds, there was a new quarterback in play at Kansas.

Cummings breathes life into KU despite loss | CJOnline.com
Michael Cummings caught the snap, faked a handoff to James Sims, scrambled to his right and zipped a pass to tight end Jimmay Mundine. Within seconds, there was a new quarterback in play at Kansas.

KU rally falls short in 20-14 loss to OSU | CJOnline.com
An act of nature might be the only explanation for what transpired Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Oklahoma State, the team leading all of college football in points and yards, couldn’t score against Kansas.