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KU to Introduce Charlie Weis as Football Coach

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Courtesy of KU Sports Information at www.kuathletics.com.  Charlie Weis, a 33-year veteran of coaching, including 16 in the National Football League and five as the head coach at Notre Dame, has been hired as the 37th head football coach at the University of Kansas. Weis, former New England Patriots offensive coordinator, former Notre Dame head coach and current offensive coordinator ... Read More »

*UPDATED* Area High School Basketball Scores – Dec. 6

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North Central Kansas League Boys Abilene 72, Council Grove 45 Beatrice, NE 75, Marysville 32 Beloit 52, Clay Center 48 Chapman 73, Rossville 53 Concordia 55, Republic Co. 53 Nemaha Valley 43, Wamego 29 North Central Kansas League Girls Abilene 61, Council Grove 58 Beatrice, NE 44, Marysville 38 Clay Center 45, Beloit 41 Republic Co. 55, Concordia 37 Rossville ... Read More »

Twin Valley League All-League 8-Man Football

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First Team Offense QB – Eric Heurter – 12 – B & B RB – Cody Heiman – 12 – B & B RB – Ethan Diederich – 12 – Hanover TE – Matt Engelken – 12 – B & B TE – Jonathan Keating – 12 – Frankfort OL – Curtis Stallbaumer – 11 – B & B OL ... Read More »

Twin Valley League All-League 11-Man Football

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First Team Offense QB – Michael Glatczak – 12 – Centralia TB – Cole Matzke – 12 – Onaga TB – John Steinlage – 12 – Centralia FB – Justin Mars – 12 – Centralia FB – Dylan Faulk – 12 – Onaga C – Caleb Ahlquist – 12 – Onaga G – Alex Steinlage – 12 – Centralia G ... Read More »

Area High School Basketball Scoreboard – Dec. 3

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North Central Kansas League Boys Auburn, NE 38, Marysville 29 North Central Kansas League Girls Marysville 53, Auburn, NE 30 Twin Valley League Boys Bern 54, Axtell 36 Blue Valley 45, Clifton-Clyde 33 Pawnee City, NE 44, Frankfort 36 Pike Valley 64, Washington Co. 62 OT Washington Co. 45, Clifton-Clyde 10 Twin Valley League Girls Bern 40, Axtell 35 Frankfort ... Read More »

K-State Accepts Invitation to Play in AT&T Cotton Bowl

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – On the heels of the program’s best season in almost a decade and its eighth 10-win season under head coach Bill Snyder, Kansas State Athletics Director John Currie announced today that the Wildcats have accepted an invitation to play No. 6 Arkansas in the 2012 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic on January 6 in Arlington, Texas. The game, which will ... Read More »

Area High School Basketball Scoreboard – December 2nd

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Twin Valley League Girls Baileyville B&B 58, Bern 15 Blue Valley 48, Clifton-Clyde 22 Centralia 47, Valley Heights 46 Nemaha Valley 59, Hanover 44 Onaga 44, Linn 43 Washington Co. 67, Pike Valley 44 Wetmore 69, Jackson Heights 42 Twin Valley League Boys Baileyville B&B 58, Bern 53 Blue Valley 45, Clifton-Clyde 33 Centralia 45, Valley Heights 38 Jackson Heights ... Read More »

Kansas Remains No. 14 in USA Today Basketball Coach’s Poll

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Nov. 28, 2011 Rank Team (first-place votes) Record Points Last week 1. Kentucky (22) 6-0 765 2 2. Ohio State (8) 6-0 748 3 3. Syracuse (1) 6-0 701 5 4. Duke 7-0 691 6 5. North Carolina 5-1 628 1 6. Louisville 5-0 620 7 7. Wisconsin 6-0 530 11 8. Baylor 5-0 509 10 9. Florida 4-1 493 9 10. Connecticut ... Read More »

K-State remains #15 after idle weekend

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Nov. 27, 2011 Rank Team (first-place votes) Record Points Last week’s poll 1. LSU (59) 12-0 1,475 1 2. Alabama 11-1 1,411 2 3. Virginia Tech 11-1 1,291 4 4. Stanford 11-1 1,289 5 5. Oklahoma State 10-1 1,245 6 6. Houston 12-0 1,096 7 7. Oregon 10-2 1,041 9 8. Boise State 10-1 1,033 8 9. Michigan State 10-2 941 ... Read More »

Turner Gill Relieved Of Duties As Kansas Football Coach

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Lawrence, Kan. — Turner Gill has been relieved of his duties as head football coach at the University of Kansas, KU Athletics Director Sheahon Zenger announced Sunday. Gill has coached the Jayhawks for two seasons after signing a five-year, $10 million contract in December 2009. “After a thorough evaluation of our football program,” Zenger said, “I have concluded that new ... Read More »