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Kansas Prepares for the Horned Frogs

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Jayhawks remember nightmare at TCU |
Jamari Traylor remembers the fateful day Kansas University’s basketball team temporarily forgot how to put the ball in the basket.

KU’s McCorkle 6th in long jump |
Kansas University junior Allanah McCorkle took sixth in the long jump and sophomore Laura Taylor was 10th in the pole vault during the first day of the Husker Track and Field Invitational on Friday at the Devaney Center.

KU swimmers shine at ISU |
Kansas University won all but one event in the pool during the first day of a two-day college swimming and diving dual with Iowa State on Friday.

KU-Texas Tech football moved to Thursday, Sept. 29 |
The Big 12 Conference on Friday morning announced the move of two conference football games during the upcoming season to accommodate requests from the Big 12's television partners ESPN and FOX.

These guys again: KU visiting last-place TCU | Smithology |
Of course, the Jayhawks haven’t exactly looked stellar in road games this season — see KU’s current 3-game road losing streak and 2-3 record inside opposing arenas — so they can’t even take the Horned Frogs (10-12 overall, 1-8 Big 12) lightly. Kansas (18-4, 6-3) needs all the wins it can get while chasing Oklahoma and West Virginia, who are tied for first in the conference standings, at 7-2.

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