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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 8.31.12

Kansas Football

South Dakota State's strengths, weaknesses and players to watch | The Newell Post |
South Dakota's biggest strength is its passing game, which ranked No. 1 in the Missouri Valley a year ago (286.7 yards per game).

We’ll know everything about Weis — in year two -
Kansas fans seeking clues about debut coaching seasons are advised to consider the second year of a new regime instead of the first.

Journey of KU safety Brandon Hawks a story worth sharing | The Newell Post |
These are always good stories to share.

KU football team ready to "dance" again | Tale of the Tait |
It’s been 353 days since the Kansas University football team last won a game, and you can bet there was some dancing after that one.

Opurum is optimistic Kansas’ defense can improve -
“We were mentally weak,” Opurum says.

Weis wants 'convincing performance' in KU opener |
“It’s been a little while here since (KU) came, and in the first game of the year, we had a very convincing performance,” Weis said. “That’s what my intent is in the opening game.”

KU notebook: Doherty has legs for double duty |
“You can look at Florida film with coach Weis and his offense there, but that’s a whole different level and different type of player,” Stiegelmeier said. “Coach Campo, their defensive coordinator, is from the Cowboys.

NFL Recap - Denver Broncos at Arizona Cardinals - Aug 30, 2012 - Game Recap
Four tackles and a forced fumble for Steven Johnson in his final pro audition. That on the heels of a seven tackle performance a week ago. I think he has a chance, we shall see.

Kansas Basketball

Guard 'Cat' Barber visiting Kansas |
Really would like to land this guy.