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'Passion,' trash talk on display during KU football's 1st spring scrimmage

It was just a Saturday morning in mid-April, but what interim Kansas football head coach Emmett Jones saw out of his players during the team’s first full scrimmage of the spring looked to him like a game day in the fall.

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As candidate to become KU football's permanent head coach, Emmett Jones plans to be himself

Travis Goff informed Emmett Jones he would be among the prospective hires during his process of finding the next KU football head coach. Now in his third year as KU’s receivers coach, Jones said to ultimately secure the permanent job, he only needs to be himself. “I don’t need to get out of character. I just need to be Emmett Jones. Continue to be who I was as far as how I got here,” said Jones.

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KU coach Bill Self to help present the late Eddie Sutton at Hall of Fame induction next month

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self will be one of three people to present the late Eddie Sutton at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony next month. By Matt Tait

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Kansas basketball officially inks prep guard Bobby Pettiford Jr.

The Kansas men's basketball backcourt became a little more explosive on Friday, when prep guard Bobby Pettiford Jr., signed a financial aid agreement to officially join the Jayhawks. By Matt Tait

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'It's a new unit' — KU's O-linemen plan to move past dreadful 2020

Throughout a winless 2020 season, the Kansas football team’s offensive line suffered through so many losing battles at the point of attack that the Jayhawks rarely were able to avoid blowout defeats. While no one is denying those issues existed, the hope among KU’s O-linemen this year is that they can keep all of that ugliness in the past.

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Travis Goff announces in email to donors plan to conduct national search for next KU football coach

A national search for the next head football coach at the University of Kansas is back on — this time with a different athletic director in charge. Still in his second week on the job as KU’s new AD, Travis Goff announced in a letter emailed to donors Thursday evening that he is initiating a national search to find a permanent replacement for Les Miles.

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Creighton's Christian Bishop IDs final 3, will pick between KU, Texas & UNC on Saturday

Creighton transfer Christian Bishop announced on Instagram on Thursday night that he will announce his commitment on Saturday from a list of finalists that includes KU, Texas and North Carolina. By Matt Tait

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NCAA announces passage of new one-time transfer exemption rule

Starting next season, major college football and basketball players will be permitted to transfer one time before graduating without being required to sit out a year of competition.

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Taiwan Berryhill, KU linebackers gaining confidence this spring

The Kansas football defense could end up relying a lot on a pair of relatively new inside linebackers this year. Between former safety Nate Betts switching positions during the offseason and Taiwan Berryhill moving inside late during his freshman year, the Jayhawks hope those two can bolster a group that also includes junior Gavin Potter, junior Nick Channel, senior Jay Dineen and redshirt freshman Krishawn Brown.

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KU hoops commitment Kyle Cuffe Jr. reclassifies into 2021 class, will join Jayhawks for 2021-22 season

Kansas basketball’s 2021 recruiting class grew by one on Thursday, when Kyle Cuffe Jr., signed his letter of intent to join the Jayhawks for the 2021-22 season. By Matt Tait

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Notebook: Veterans making coaching transition as smooth as possible for KU football

When the University of Kansas parted ways with Les Miles in early March, the football team’s players didn’t know what the future would hold. And while the coaching transition remains unfinished more than a month later, Sam Burt said he and other veterans did their best to make the process go as smoothly as possible.

KU baseball completes sweep against Air Force

The Kansas baseball team finished off a two-game sweep of Air Force with a 7-4 win Wednesday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.

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KU football adds to 2022 class with commitment from Alabama athlete Nikki Taylor

Even as the future direction of the Kansas football program remains undetermined, interim head coach Emmett Jones and the Jayhawks’ coaching staff continues to add to the program’s next recruiting class.

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Class of 2021 recruit Andrew Simpson released from letter of intent with KU

The Kansas football team’s incoming freshman class will have one fewer member than expected. Andrew Simpson, a Class of 2021 linebacker who signed with the Jayhawks this past December, announced Wednesday he had been granted a release from his letter of intent.

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Former KU basketball player Silvio De Sousa no longer pursuing diversion; aggravated battery case now scheduled for preliminary hearing

Former University of Kansas basketball player Silvio De Sousa will not get a diversion for an aggravated battery charge he is facing because negotiations with prosecutors have "fallen through," his attorney, Hatem Chahine, said Wednesday in Douglas County District Court.

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Amauri Pesek-Hickson provides scant hints on how new OC will use KU's RBs

In a program mired in uncertainty, few aspects of the Kansas football team’s 2021 season feel more settled than the running back position — even if the Jayhawks don’t want to reveal the particulars of how new offensive coordinator Mike DeBord wants to make use of the backs.

Kansas baseball earns 13-3 win over Air Force

The Kansas baseball team needed just eight innings to record a 13-3 win over Air Force Tuesday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.

Kansas softball upsets No. 18 Missouri in 4-3 win

Behind an all-around team effort, the Kansas softball team earned a 4-3 upset victory over No. 18 Missouri Tuesday night inside the Mizzou Softball Stadium.

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Kickoff, attendance plans set for KU football's first spring game in 2 years

It won’t be called “Late Night Under the Lights,” and there will be no postgame Rick Ross concert, but there will be fans at the first Kansas football spring game in two years.

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Duece Mayberry working toward larger role with Jayhawks after year as a reserve corner

As much as the Kansas football team leaned into getting its youngest prospects onto the field in 2020, only a select few true freshmen, including cornerback Duece Mayberry, actually played in every game. Though he didn’t start at all this past fall, Mayberry is grateful to bring so much experience with him into his sophomore season.