Poetic justice: And so the David Beaty-era will end as it began
Senior quarterback Peyton Bender, let down by wide receiver drops and penalties that wiped out what would have been massive rushing gains, dropped back an attempted to throw a screen pass. The Jayhawks trailed 21-17 — the eventual final score — and had right around 30 seconds to work with around the K-State 35-yard line.
Jeff Long denies reports about talking to DJ Durkin
“KU fans, you don’t know me very well if you believe the latested [sic] speculation, I attempt to run a very confidential search and I am doing so now,” Long tweeted. “The search is ongoing. Rock Chalk!!”
Bill Self seeking consistency in Quentin Grimes' shooting
Not even a minute into the game, Dedric Lawson came up with a steal and found Grimes on a fast break. Grimes, who hadn’t hit his first shot of a game in either exhibition, went right at his man, absorbed contact, and scored.
Bill Self: Dedric Lawson could provide something KU hasn't had
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KU surrenders late lead in 21-17 loss to Kansas State | KUsports.com
A victory in the first stage of David Beaty’s last stand as football coach at the University of Kansas remained in play as late as the final minute of an in-state rivalry game Saturday afternoon at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Notebook: KU football speculation shot down by Jeff Long | KUsports.com
“KU fans,” Long tweeted not long after the football team fell, 21-17, at Kansas State, “you don’t know me very well if you believe the (latest) speculation. I attempt to run a very confidential search and I am doing so now. The search is ongoing.”
KU volleyball falls to No. 5 Texas | KUsports.com
After upsetting then-No. 4 Texas earlier this season, Kansas volleyball (15-8, 8-4 Big 12) was not able to duplicate the feat when it faced the No. 5 Longhorns (17-4, 12-1) Saturday in Gregory Gymnasium. Texas claimed a 3-1 win over KU to split the season series.
Quick recap: Kansas drops narrow decision to Kansas State | KUsports.com
With 2:46 left in the game, K-State quarterback Alex Delton scored on a 21-yard touchdown run to give the hosts the final advantage in the 21-17 victory. The win extended the Wildcats’ (4-6, 2-5 Big 12) dominance in the Sunflower Showdown, as they have won 10 consecutive meetings over the Jayhawks.
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Woolsey Fire approximately 83,275 acres near LA-Ventura County border amid calmer winds | abc7.com
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