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Blue team quarterback Torry Locklin runs in a touchdown during Late Night Under the Lights on Saturday, April, 13, 2019 at Memorial Stadium.

KU football coaches hope to get former QB and WR Torry Locklin more touches at RB

When Kansas football head coach Lance Leipold and his staff finally got to start evaluating players during practices in August, Leipold figured the Jayhawks would find a way to use Torry Locklin. He just wasn’t sure how.

September 23, 2021

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Blast from the past

“It was an unbelievable game, probably the best game I’ve ever been part of in the regular season. The Missouri one here (in final meeting in series history) is the only one that comes to mind. I look at their bench, their coaches are smiling, laughing at me and me at them (because of the epic contest). It was ridiculous how well both teams were playing and how many shots went in. I’m so proud of our guys. It’s certainly one of the most fun nights I’ve had here.”

— Kansas basketball coach Bill Self following KU's 109-106, triple-overtime win over Oklahoma in a battle between the top two teams in the country on Jan. 5, 2016

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