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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 10.3.12

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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 10.3.12

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Kansas Football

Weis looks to past to plan for K-State -
Consider: Snyder is 9-1 against Kansas in Manhattan, the last loss coming in his first season at K-State in 1989. Glen Mason. Terry Allen. Mark Mangino. All left town bruised and battered. (And Turner Gill, it appears, was only spared by a scheduling oddity that had KU hosting K-State the last two seasons.)

Weis, KU face huge mismatch at KSU |
“This is not a trickery-and-deceit team,” Weis said of the Wildcats, who really do need to change their nickname to Powercats. “They’re going to smash it down your throat. And you better be ready to tackle both the quarterback and the running back because they’re going to have the ball in their hands a whole bunch of times in the game, and that’s what we’re up against.”

Jayhawks' bye week spent on preparation, not relaxation |
“It wasn’t a light week for ’em,” KU coach Charlie Weis said Tuesday during his weekly meeting with the media. “They probably hit more last week than they’ve hit any week the entire season. They hit Tuesday, they hit Wednesday, they hit Thursday, and everything was full-speed. Quarterbacks were live the whole week, too. There were no red jerseys out there.”

Kansas Basketball

Is Kansas' Bill Self College Basketball's Most Underrated Coach? - Forbes
Bill Self is one of the most successful coaches in college basketball. It's a simple fact, made clear over the 14 consecutive seasons that he's led teams into the NCAA.

Prep point guard Peters to visit KU |
A few odds and ends from bball recruiting.

College Football

Oregon State, Stanford among Pac-12 movers in Power Rankings - Andy Staples -
CNNSI's power rankings.