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Spring Game defeats Spring Game, None-None

  • 1 p.m., April 9, 2016
  • Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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Spring game notebook: Jayhawks honor Bourbon

Before the pom-poms waved, the band played and supporters of Kansas University football cheered on the 2016 team during Saturday’s annual spring game at Memorial Stadium, the crowd of 1,200 fans, along with the players and coaches on the field, kicked things off with a moment of silence for former KU running back Brandon Bourbon, who on Friday was found dead near his hometown of Potosi, Mo., after a six-day search. By Matt Tait

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Post-practice Q&A: David Beaty on spring scoring, progress

Second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty explains the scoring system implemented during the Jayhawks' open practice at Memorial Stadium, and answers questions about KU's progress this spring.

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Early to rise: Transfer WR Gonzalez steals spring show

By far the loudest play of Kansas University's spring football game belonged to junior transfer LaQuvionte Gonzalez, a wide receiver from Texas A&M who sat out all of 2015 and has been dying to get back on the field ever since. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Spring ‘game’ good time to practice truth-telling, too

The spring football event, which used to be but no longer is a game, also serves as a dress rehearsal for reporters who cover the Kansas University football program. That’s another way of saying it’s a day to practice writing the truth without being mean, no easy juggling act in recent seasons. By Tom Keegan

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Spring game blog

It isn’t a traditional game, format or scoring wise, but the Kansas football program’s open-to-the public spring game — operating like a standard practice scrimmage — is Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.

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