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Two key 4th-down plays cost Kansas upset bid at Iowa State
KU football entered the fourth quarter of Saturday's game at Iowa State with a lead, and the Jayhawks scored in the middle of the quarter to regain the advantage after the Cyclones scored their first of three fourth-quarter touchdowns. But the Jayhawks fell short on two fourth-down plays that ultimately kept the team from completing a 12-point comeback and winning at Jack Trice Stadium.
'Electrifying' Pooka Williams hits KU milestone at Iowa State
Les Miles wondered if his running back had been bottled up by the defense, something the head coach has seen more often in recent weeks. After a moment of question, Pooka Williams burst away from the would-be tacklers and into the second level of the defense.
Players-only meeting sparked KU football's effort at Iowa State
The scene was described by star wideout Andrew Parchment in a weight room that doubled as the KU football post-game media area in Ames following a hard-fought, 41-31 loss to the Iowa State Cyclones. The three seniors, among the rest of the class, delivered a message at a players-only meeting on Wednesday, Parchment recalled.
KU football vs. Iowa State: Quick recap and instant analysis
Les Miles fell just short of adding another marquee win in his first season as head coach of KU football. His Jayhawks fell, 41-31, to the No. 22-ranked Iowa State Cyclones in Ames
KU volleyball falls to No. 1 Texas in 4 sets | KUsports.com
The Jayhawks did manage to take the opening set in surprising fashion, taking the first frame 25-22 and ending on a 5-2 run. However, the Longhorns bounced back in a big way, taking the final three sets. This included the decisive fourth set, as Texas finished off Kansas with a 4-0 run to take the match.
'Absolutely sick': Jayhawks leave ISU loss with regrets | KUsports.com
“They were sick,” KU head coach Les Miles said after KU lost for the seventh time in eight games. “They were absolutely sick. They wanted this one, and it was right there in position for them to take it. Fell short.
KU soccer set to face South Carolina with trip to Elite Eight up for grabs | KUsports.com
A couple of hours before today’s 1 p.m. Sweet 16 matchup with fifth-ranked and second-seeded South Carolina in Columbia, S.C., the third-seeded Kansas soccer team will put its faith in the shuffling skills of junior defender Isabella Cavalcante.