Archive for Sunday, October 21, 2012

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2:00 a.m.
Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist unsnaps his helmet as he comes off the field during the second quarter on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012 at Memorial Stadium in Norman. Playing two quarterbacks doubles the troubles for KU football in 52-7 loss to Oklahoma
October 20, 2012
If you had to pick one series to recap the failed experiment that was Kansas University’s two-quarterback approach on Saturday night against No. 10 Oklahoma, the only option came late in the first quarter of the Sooners’ 52-7 domination of the Jayhawks at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
6:00 a.m.
Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist unsnaps his helmet as he comes off the field during the second quarter on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012 at Memorial Stadium in Norman. Opinion: It’s time for Charlie Weis to move on from Dayne Crist
October 20, 2012
It takes quite a while for a man who weighs 309 pounds to pick up a football and run 45 yards with it, which only served to prolong the pain of everyone on the opposite sideline watching the play that ended an unforgettable mini-series featuring Charlie Weis and Dayne Crist.
10:00 a.m.

Crews work the scene of a head-on car accident on the 900 block of Maine Street on Sept. 7, 2012. Lawrence resident Justin Crawford, inlay, was behind the wheel of an SUV that crashed into a car carrying two women. Police reports from the accident say Crawford is suspected of being intoxicated; he has three other DUI convictions. Drunken drivers can pose risk after incidents
October 21, 2012
Despite new drunken driving laws, drunken drivers who cause serious injury accidents could continue to drive for another year, or longer, before a possible case against them moves through the court system. Is there any way to keep such drivers off the road in the meantime? By Shaun Hittle.
2:00 p.m.
Abby Pierron, left, shows a bike tour group a location in East Lawrence where the poet Langston Hughes once lived. Pierron, education and programs coordinator for the Watkins Museum of Community History, led the group on a tour of several East Lawrence landmarks Saturday. Bicycle tour highlights East Lawrence’s unique history
October 21, 2012
A bike tour through East Lawrence visited the area’s historically significant locations, such as the former residence of Langston Hughes. By Ian Cummings.
6:00 p.m.
Preparation for the homecoming bonfire, 1912. A century of homecoming: KU tradition over the years included Hobo Days, queens and celebrities
October 21, 2012
As they have for decades, a parade and a football game will lie at the heart of Kansas University’s homecoming celebration this week as it marks its 100th anniversary edition. But a queen, a bonfire, famous musical or comedy acts and students dressed as hobos? Nowhere to be found.

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