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Kansas Takes Rare Win Streak Into Big 12 Play At Baylor

WACO (AP) — Kansas has no gaudy turnover chain to pass around on the sideline. The Jayhawks instead have the “Swarm Master” award.

There is no physical trophy for the Kansas defender who gets the most turnovers in games and practices during the week, but the “Swarm Master” will be first in line for meals during the road trip to Baylor and represent the defense as the pregame captain Saturday. 274 more words


Week 3 Stock Up, Stock Down

Week 3 is in the books. There were some pretty good games this week and tight, well-fought contests. Ultimately some giants fell.

Stock Up

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College Football

The Big Ten and Its Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Weekend

By Cullen Jekel

Man, oh man, what a horrible weekend for the Big Ten.

On Saturday, September 15th, 2018, thirteen of the fourteen teams that make up the Big Ten (because math) took the field. 514 more words

Kansas Is Back (To Not Being The Worst)

Saturday morning, the nation turned its eyes to Lawrence, Kan., where Kansas and Rutgers met in a game that promised to be a college football cult classic, a game which delivered with a 16-minute orgasm to start the game. 438 more words


Kansas Football Beat Central Michigan For Its First Road Win Since 2009

On Sept. 12, 2009, Kansas football walked into Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso and took down UTEP, 34-7. It was, under most circumstances, a wholly forgettable football game, one that pushed the 24th-ranked Jayhawks to 2-0 on the young season. 339 more words


Kansas Wins on Road for First Time in 9 Years

Kansas notched its first road win since 2009 by wiping the floor with Central Michigan, 31-7. The Jayhawks forced six turnovers while playing an angry brand of ball usually brought on by a back-breaking chip on the shoulder. 150 more words


How To Fix Kansas Football (By Using The Past)

Now that the Very Latest has happened, the question of what to do about Kansas football feels like a philosophical one. To wit, Is it morally acceptable to put a bad football program out of its misery? 2,672 more words