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KU Today 2012

Jayhawk Football Preview

Jayhawks’ offense should be better: Addition of Dayne Crist increases optimism

New faces and an increase in talent figure to turn the Kansas University offense into one of the biggest surprises in the Big 12 Conference this college football season.

Coach Dave Campo gives defense a lift

Former Dallas Cowboys coach just who Weis was looking for

During Kansas University’s forgettable 2010 and 2011 college football seasons, the defense consistently ranked among the worst in Div. I and too often forced KU to play from behind.

Charlie Weis should make KU entertaining

Season hinges on QB Crist’s health, success of offensive line

Sheahon Zenger, the latest athletic director to try to prove that establishing Kansas University as more than a basketball power is just one good football-coach hire away, very easily could have talked himself out of entrusting Charlie Weis with the job.

Weis: Early season schedule sets up superbly

Even though Kansas University football program’s 2012 nonconference schedule will be interrupted by a home game against new Big 12 foe TCU, first-year KU coach Charlie Weis loves the way things look for his rebuilding ballclub.

TCU football: ‘Now the real work starts’

After posting 36 victories over the last three years, the TCU football team will get a chance to prove it can maintain success against better competition in 2012.

Mountaineers football team seems to fit right into Big 12

Like new league-mates, WVU can fling it, but not great on ‘D’

On the surface, West Virginia looks like a perfect fit as a new member of the Big 12 Conference.

Comments

toe 1 year, 7 months ago

We are all in this together is just another way to say you did not build it yourself.

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Ken Lassman 1 year, 7 months ago

The KU People section claims to be "Putting KU on Display" and does a nice job of showcasing 8 male faculty members. My wife commented to me: "can't they find any women to put on the face of KU?"

After all, 45% of faculty are female according to the open-site.org website, and 49-52% of students, depending on which website you go to, are women. I know of plenty of top notch female faculty--why not show more than half a face? Considering the prominent role women have played in the history of our state in general and KU in particular, perhaps it's not too late to correct this most likely unintentional oversight?

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