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Kansas defeats Boston College, 48-24

  • 6:30 p.m., Sept. 13, 2019
  • Alumni Stadium,

Box score: Kansas 48, Boston College 24

Box score: Kansas 48, Boston College 24

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Kansas defense shows off resilience, depth in victory at Boston College

Though the Jayhawks' defense didn’t create any takeaways or sack Eagles QB Anthony Brown more than once — Azur Kamara and Malcolm Lee shared credit for that one — their most impressive feat might have been their collective resiliency in a Friday night win at Boston College. By Benton Smith

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Jayhawks spread the field to unlock offense's potential

After the Jayhawks put up 567 yards and rolled, 48-24, at Boston College Friday night, though, even businesslike senior QB Carter Stanley couldn’t mask his affinity for the calls that spread the field and put the Jayhawks’ best skill players in more one-on-one opportunities. “Sheesh,” Stanley said after KU’s air and ground display at BC. “It was fun.” By Benton Smith

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Jayhawks ride with Carter Stanley and offense takes off

Les Miles, fresh off coaching his Kansas football team to a Friday night upset over Boston College at Alumni Stadium, had a confession to make. “I just want to come clean. I told the whole team that after we won we would park the plane someplace here in Boston and go out on the town. I might not be able to come through with that. So I don’t know quite where that sits.” By Benton Smith

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KU's offense comes alive to soar past Boston College for 48-24 win

Chestnut Hill, Mass. — Wielding an offense that somehow remained sheathed the first two weeks of the season, Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley and the Jayhawks’ skill players around him left a heavily favored Boston College staggered much of Friday night at Alumni Stadium. Benton Smith

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Notebook: Kansas fullback Hudson Hall notches first-career touchdown in road win

Chestnut Hill, Mass. — It took close to five years of service in the Kansas football program, but Hudson Hall finally entered the end zone for the Jayhawks on Friday night at Boston College. Benton Smith

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