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Attention to details give freshmen Mayberry and Lee inside track in KU's secondary |
One of the room’s senior leaders, Brandon Stewart arrived a good half-hour early for a morning cornerbacks meeting at the beginning of preseason camp. Experienced at a spot where such a quality is scarce on the Kansas roster, Stewart wanted to make sure he got in some extra video study before assistant coach Kenny Perry and the rest of the Jayhawks in his position group congregated to talk technique and schemes.

KU volleyball takes tourney |
Kansas’ volleyball team won its sixth consecutive nonconference tournament title with a 25-17, 25-14, 25-9 victory over Lamar on Saturday night in the Bulldog Invitational.

Kawinpakorn survives cut |
Former Kansas women’s golfer Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn finished the third day of the Stage 1 LPGA and Symetra Tour Qualifying School on Saturday with a 1-over, 73 on the Gary Player Course at the Mission Hills Country Club. After three rounds, Kawinpakorn survived the cut and is tied for 64th with a 2-over, 218.

Foreign tour gives KU women's basketball educational experience |
One of the main things that University of Kansas women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider was curious about before his team's four-game foreign tour earlier this month in France and Switzerland was how transfer guards Jessica Washington and McKenzie Calvert would perform in a game environment

KU big man Dwight Coleby still searching to carve out role |
With four of the eight forwards listed on the 2015-16 roster not returning for the upcoming season, the opportunity exists for a big man or two to fill a couple of important roles for the Kansas men’s basketball program

Interview: Former Kansas/NFL Tight End Derek Fine | Heartland College Sports
One of the big reasons for KU’s football success late in the Mark Mangino era was tight end Derek Fine. He went on to play in the NFL before turning to a new career in the finance and real estate industry. We spoke with Derek about the heyday of Jayhawk football, how KU can turn around the program, and what his relationship is like with the program at this point. Take a listen and enjoy!

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