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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 11.11.12

Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 11.11.12

Cooper Neill

Kansas Football

Just out of reach: KU comes up short in 41-34 double-OT loss to Texas Tech |
Tough loss, great effort.

Kansas takes Texas Tech to overtime, but the result is familiar -
“The locker room is as disappointed as it’s ever been,” Weis said. “The difference is I’ve had a conversation with the coaches about, ‘Let’s not wait until tomorrow to start picking these guys up.’ Usually, you let them sulk for 24 hours; not today.”

Opinion: Weis not winning yet, but he gets his team ready |
More than the last guy.

Tony Pierson's career day earns top Keegan honors | The Keegan Ratings |
Find a play that get's Pierson that kind of opportunity every week.

Tuberville explains sideline blowup -
Yep, that's how it happened.

Notebook: Charlie Weis trims travel roster from 70 to 54 |
"This was about going on the road with guys that really, really care," Weis said. "It's important to them. I'll take that group of guys that played today and give us a chance whenever we're playing."

KU surprised Red Raiders |
“They do a great job of having a plan for the next week,” Kaufman said. “Whatever they’ve done last week, they do some, but they’ve always got another plan that they’ll come up with something new.”

KU's upset bid at Tech falls shy in double overtime |
Not sure I like the tone on this one.

Kansas Volleyball

Third-ranked Texas edges KU volleyball in five sets |
The Longhorns (21-3 overall, 13-0 Big 12) and Jayhawks (21-6, 9-4)came into the night as the Nos. 1 and 2 teams in the Big 12, and the teams battled back and forth before Texas prevailed, 20-25, 25-15, 21-25, 25-16, 15-12.

Kansas Basketball

Elijah Johnson least of Jayhawks’ worries |
“Foul trouble kept him from getting in the flow,” Self added of Johnson, who was a starting combo guard last season, running the point on occasion to spell four-year starter Tyshawn Taylor.