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Roadkill: Jayhawks dismantled in Memphis, 43-7 |
The Kansas football team took its traveling road show of horrors to Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Saturday, and the seven-year long spectacle refused to die. Capitalizing on KU drives that went nowhere and an array of Jayhawk giveaways, Memphis dismantled the visitors, 43-7, extending the program’s losing streak away from Lawrence to 39 games.

KU swimmers win Open Water event |
Kansas sophomores Haley Bishop and Libby Walker tied for first to share the individual title at the inaugural CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Championship on Saturday at Lone Star Lake.

KU volleyball sweeps Southeastern Louisiana |
Kansas’ volleyball team swept Southeastern Louisiana in its final nonconference match of the regular season Saturday in Purdue’s Stacey Clark Classic.

Self: Jayhawks not likely to join preseason combine craze |
“We’ve actually talked about it as a staff,” KU coach Bill Self told the Journal-World Saturday night. “It may be good for some schools, but I don’t see it being great for us.”

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Memphis |
RB Khalil Herbert, a true freshman, turned a catch into a 35-yard gain and on his second carry he sprinted down the left sideline to a 66-yard touchdown.

Turnovers, slow start hand Jayhawks another road loss |
Looking to end a seven-year road losing streak, the Kansas football team had another abysmal start with four first-half turnovers in a 43-7 loss to Memphis on Saturday at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.

Around College Football

Cal's controversial upset of Texas includes goal line throw away, strange officiating -
Cal's 50-43 win over No. 11 Texas in the early hours of Sunday morning proved college football saved its most dramatic ending for last. An exciting game that featured nearly 1,100 yards of offense got especially crazy in the final two minutes.

No growing pains for young Buckeyes as Ohio State proves it's a legit contender -
The pop they heard at Ohio State's practice a year ago was -- by all accounts -- sickening.

What we learned in Week 3: Louisville's dominance a message to the ACC, Big 12 -
Somewhere in an alternative college football universe on Saturday, Louisville Cardinals won a statement game for the Big 12.

Tomorrow's Top 25 Today: Louisville is real, North Dakota State may be in -
It's easy to know that Louisville is going to move up in the top-10 of the AP Top 25, but how dramatic will the shift be after the Cardinals dominated Florida State in the biggest win since the joining the ACC? Florida State will certainly slide, but one certainty for the poll after Week 3 will be an ascension of Lamar Jackson's red-hot Cardinals.

Clemson was beating South Carolina State so bad they agreed to shorten the game -
The Tigers ran out to a 45-0 lead at halftime, with a little assist from South Carolina State's kickoff return man, and the two sides came to an agreement that there was no need to play a full 30-minute second half. Instead of playing with a running clock, Clemson and South Carolina State agreed to play two 12-minute quarters.

Other news

Gallagher Thought Spinal Tap Were Real Band |
Liam Gallagher walked out on a New York performance by the stars of 1980s spoof movie This Is Spinal Tap, after discovering they aren't a real band.