Tight end Derek Fine, left, congratulates fullback Brandon McAnderson on his rushing touchdown Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007 at Memorial Stadium. The Jayhawks beat the Cornhuskers 76-39.
Nebraska's Ben Eisenhart, left, wraps up senior Jayhawk Brandon McAnderson on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007 at Memorial Stadium.
Rock Chalk dancers rev up the crowd Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007 before kick-off Memorial Stadium.
KU freshman wide receiver Dezmon Briscoe, left, latches on to a pass Satuday, Nov. 3, 2007 as Nebraska's Tierre Green closes in on the tackle.
KU senior tight end Derek Fine, right, goes head to head with Nebraska's Ben Eisenhart on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007 in the first half of play at Memorial Stadium.
Freshman Tyler Lawrence, from left, sophomore Kerry Meier and sophomore Todd Reesing take snaps Saturday, Nov 3, 2007 during pregame warm-ups at Memorial Stadium.
Sophomore quarterback Todd Reesing warms up his arm Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007 during warm-ups at Memorial Stadium.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy answers a question during a news conference at Boone Pickens Stadium. The Cowboys, idle last week, will entertain Texas today.
Texas quarterback Colt McCoy (12) eludes two Nebraska defenders. NU put lots of pressure on McCoy, but the Longhorns pulled out a 28-25 victory Saturday in Austin, Texas.
Alabama coach Nick Saban applauds his team after a score against Vanderbilt during a September game in Nashville, Tenn. Saban insists this week's visit by LSU is all about the players.
LSU coach Les Miles gets his team together after a September game against South Carolina in Baton Rouge, La.
San Diego defensive back Antonio Cromartie, left, talks with teammate Marlon McGee during Sunday's game against Houston. Cromartie had two interceptions, returned one for a touchdown and recovered a bad snap for another touchdown.
Miami Dolphins coach Cam Cameron, right, talks with quarterbacks Cleo Lemon, left, and John Beck during an Oct. 14 game in Cleveland. The Dolphins have reached their bye week winless through eight games.
Miami players watch as medical personnel work on quarterback Trent Green during an Oct. 7 game in Houston. Green suffered a season-ending concussion.
Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski instructs his players during a team practice at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. Krzyzewski is confident the Blue Devils will bounce back from last year's disappointing season.
A worker sweeps inside a partially dismantled gas storage tank, part of the 798 district, converted for use as part of China Fashion Week in Beijing on Friday. The 798 district, a well-known art and cultural center, grew out of dilapidated industrial factories taken over by artists as studios and galleries. Fashion Week began Friday and continues through Nov. 11.
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Chadian security personnel ask journalists to leave after a Chadian military plane transporting European men and women accused of kidnapping 103 African children lands Friday at a combined French and Chadian military airport in N'Djamena, Chad. The case of Europeans held in the alleged kidnapping should be moved to N'Djamena from a remote city, the Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Horses and cars are stranded Friday in flooded Villahermosa in Mexico's Gulf Coast. Hundreds of thousands of Mexicans fled the flooded region Friday.
Film writer Benjamin St. Gremais, a member of the Writers Guild of America East, hands out informational leaflets outside Rockefeller Plaza Friday in New York. Movie and television writers are poised to go on strike Monday morning.
Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole, from left, U.S. Rep. Jerry Moran and former Kansas Bureau of Investigation Director Larry Welch meet up in Washington, D.C., for Dole's presentation of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center report, Sept. 19, to Moran's House Committee on Veterans Affairs. Larry Welch submitted the picture.
A turbulent economy isn't keeping employers from hiring nationwide. The Labor Department reported Friday that the nation's payrolls grew by a net 166,000, the most in five months. The unemployment rate didn't change at 4.7 percent, a figure considered historically low.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who is a Mormon, talks to supporters in Daytona Beach, Fla. With a spotlight shining on the church because of Romney's candidacy, members of the local church say they regularly encounter misunderstandings about their faith. TOP: The Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City is one of the most visible icons of the religion.
Among the beliefs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is that Joseph Smith was visited by God and Jesus Christ in the 1820s and was inspired to translate the Book of Mormon from gold plates.
The Lawrence Noon Kiwanis Club inducted officers for 2007-08 on Oct. 4 at Lawrence Country Club. From left are John Wendell, lieutenant governor of Kiwanis' Division 2; Stephanie Rasys, vice president; Michael Haley, president elect; Ranelle Fischer, past president; Judy Pinegar' secretary; Susan Wachter' treasurer; and Jim Kearney, president.
HRH employees Stephanie Smith, left, and Jan Mason don sumo wrestling suits on behalf of the United Way at their company picnic Sept. 13 at Broken Arrow Park. HRH is the Lawrence insurance agency formerly known as Charlton Manley.
Members of the Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution planned to send a banner to wounded members of the armed forces at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. The banner has signatures and messages from Lawrence residents. With the banner are Deana Sage, Wilma Baruth, Stacy Cope, Laura Palmer, Barbara Starrett, Carol Bradbury, Deanna Rosen, Diane Myer, Donna Saile, Shari Johnson, Gerry Livers, Jody Woodward, Lynn Taylor and Heather Hilt.
Virtual Value Real Estate, 1912 Mass., celebrates its grand opening with a ribbon cutting event with the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. In the back row, from left, are Brian Iverson, US Bank; Tom Hartley, Lawrence Journal-World; Dan Chavez, Chavez Restoration; Beth Johnson, Lawrence Chamber of Commerce; Carl Jackson, HSA Home Warranty; and Rob Wilson, Virtual Value Real Estate. In the front row are Carol Wilson, Leslie Dunham, of Virtual Value Real Estate, and Becky Lister. The event was Sept. 6. The business is a full-service, reduced-commission real estate agency.
Tonya and Dave Ketchum enjoy a twirl at the Happy Time Squares dance club's Boots, Bows and Barbecue square dance at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. About 300 dancers attended the event Sept. 8.
K-State Research and Extension honored the Master Gardeners Class of 2007. At the graduation were, back row, from left, Bruce Chladny, Carol Armstrong, Jon Standing, Barb Walker, Judy Northway, John Fogarty, Marilyn Roy and Sally Myers; middle row, Patty Wells, Sue Pimpl, Karen Whipple, Diane Chrislip, Mary Inzerillo, Ruth Gibbs, Susan Bolton and Jerree Catlin; front row, Lucy Kaul-Hurst and Cyndy Golgau.
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., meets with students from Kansas attending the Congressional Youth Leadership Council, including Ashley Craften, of Lawrence, seated. With them in Roberts' Washington, D.C., office are Sarah Zerr, left, of Hays; and Alex Jensen, Lincoln.
HRH employees Denise Lacy, left, and Sara Dawson make final adjustments to Lacy's sumo wrestling outfit during the company picnic Sept. 13 at Broken Arrow Park. Employees who received the most "votes" in cash qualified to suit up for the match, with all proceeds benefiting the United Way.
Emily Lowrance-Floyd and Matthew Gaus
Eric Dunlap and Kelli Edman
Daniel Schrant and Vicki Bentley
Dawn Trotter and Chris Dawson
Daniel Hill and Darcy Demetre
Brett Temple and Amber Bird
Brandon Cromwell and Alicia Keller-Cromwell
Kim and Fred Campbell
Susan and Michael Turrentine