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Ryan Wood’s KU football notebook
May 29, 2008
After getting a break once the spring semester wrapped up, the Jayhawks will start summer conditioning drills Monday.
Mason makes career change
May 29, 2008
Glen Mason visited the homes of hundreds of recruits in three decades of coaching football, sitting down and giving a sales pitch that could equate to victories on the field - and job security in the long run.
New deal for Mangino in works
May 24, 2008
Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino signed a five-year contract in 2006 which paid him $1.5 million per year. Nobody knew at the time that it’d take just one special season to outdate it.
Mangino, KU working on new contract
May 23, 2008
Kansas University is close to reaching a new agreement with football coach Mark Mangino, the Journal-World has learned.
Mangino’s ‘04 rant hot topic again
May 23, 2008
So it was a bit calculated, after all. Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino was in Dallas last week speaking on a panel as part of the National Football Foundation’s football forum.
Unhappily ever after
Jayhawks’ season comes to abrupt end
May 19, 2008
The storybook ending was in place - a two-out, two-run home run by Justin Ellrich in the top of the ninth inning that gave Kansas University’s baseball team a dramatic one-run lead. The entire KU squad mobbed Ellrich at home plate. The Jayhawks were going wild.
KU baseball loses season finale, 11-10
May 18, 2008
The Kansas University baseball team’s 2008 season ended in cruel fashion, when a bases-loaded beanball drove in the winning run in Kansas State’s 11-10 victory Sunday at Tointon Stadium.
Running out of chances
KU still controls destiny despite loss
May 18, 2008
Kansas University’s baseball team tripped over its own shoelaces once again on its way to the finish line. Still, the Jayhawks aren’t out of this thrilling race. Quite the opposite, in fact.
Kansas State defeats KU baseball, 5-4
May 17, 2008
Kansas State scored a run in the eighth inning and slipped by Kansas University’s baseball team, 5-4, Saturday at Tointon Stadium.
Backed against the wall
After sloppy loss, KU faces win-or-else weekend
May 17, 2008
Barely a minute had passed after the conclusion of Friday’s baseball game at Hoglund Ballpark when the scoreboard behind the right-field fence was reset and turned off. It probably was better that way.

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