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Butler defense in midst of historic run

Wait, I was under the impression nobody in college football played defense these days. With spread offenses and other intricate ways of moving the ball down the field, steel-curtain defenses, I thought, were obsolete.

Bob Lutz: Oklahoma shows K-State is good, not great

MANHATTAN — This, obviously, didn't go like Kansas State wanted it.

Bob Lutz: So which team will see stars?

I don't want to sound overly concerned here, and I know football is a man's game, but I'm not sure today's Oklahoma-Kansas State game should be played.

Bob Lutz: Shockers have five for all occasions

Gregg Marshall wouldn't call it an emergency plan. Or a backup plan. Not even a Plan B.

Bob Lutz: Saturday's loss another step back for KU, Turner Gill

LAWRENCE — It's becoming harder to argue for Turner Gill to continue as Kansas' football coach.

Bob Lutz: K-State's Collin Klein driven by faith

We try to figure out how this Kansas State football team, with so few expectations going into the 2011 season, can be unbeaten six games in.

Bob Lutz: Kevin McClelland has his roster ready

The Wichita Thunder, in case you haven't been paying attention, begins its Central Hockey League season tonight at Intrust Bank Arena against Rapid City.

World Series is here — sit back and enjoy it

Baseball is a quiet game played at an unhurried pace and, no, it doesn't always sync up with the fast-moving 21st Century.

Can KU's defense keep from becoming historically bad?

Hey, did you know Kansas' offense is ranked No. 25 in the country. Yes, the Jayhawks are averaging 459.8 yards. Let's hear it for the O. Thank you and good night.

Bob Lutz: How to keep golf civilized

Now that it appears five of Wichita's city-owned golf courses will remain open, perhaps those of us who are public golfers can do a little introspection.

Bob Lutz: Big 12, time to think big — and wide

Since geography apparently has been thrown out with the bath water when it comes to conference realignment, let's examine what the Big 12 should be doing as it fights for its life.

Bob Lutz: This is starting to resemble the good ol' days

MANHATTAN — The old guy is up to something. It's been brewing for a few weeks now as Kansas State's football team continues to get better, continues to win games, continues to correct its flaws from week to week.

Bob Lutz: K-State's Voelker persists

One of the reasons so many people in the state have fallen in love with Kansas State football is because of the "Kansas" in "Kansas State.''

Golf helping Kemmer see world

Dodge Kemmer is a Stanford graduate with a degree in human biology. He studied pre-med. He has an uncle who is a physician. So is his uncle's wife. His parents are petroleum geologists.

Bob Lutz: K-State punishes cautious Baylor

MANHATTAN — Baylor has a once-in-a-generation football player, but Bears coach Art Briles took off Robert Griffin's saddle and stopped riding him.

Bob Lutz: Baylor another test for K-State

If we didn't have last year's game to go on, today's Baylor-Kansas State Big 12 game in Manhattan might not have much intrigue.

Racing is more than just a sport for the Wilson family

Sometimes a story takes a turn. It becomes more than you expect it to be. What starts out as a straight-forward accounting of a family's successes in race car driving becomes more about that family's devotion to its deceased patriarch who some say is gone but to his family never will be.

Wichita State coaches share love of Beggs

I'm sure Don Beggs will agree that he has not been the president of Wichita State the past 12 years. He's been co-president with his wife, Shirley.

Bob Lutz: College landscape is difficult to look at

It's silly to pretend college football is about anything but money these days, but do the powers that be have to be so obvious?

Bob Lutz: Long journey takes Perry Ellis to a very familiar place

The biggest announcement of the day definitely wasn't the loudest announcement of the day.

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