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KU offensive line relying on plethora of fresh faces

The Kansas University football team returns only 25 career starts on the offensive line — the least in the Big 12 and tied for fifth-lowest in Division I, according to a Wall Street Journal study. Tanner Hawkinson still doesn’t believe there’s reason to be concerned.

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Youth movement

KU offensive line relying on plethora of fresh faces

The Kansas University football team returns only 25 career starts on the offensive line — the least in the Big 12 and tied for fifth-lowest in Division I, according to a Wall Street Journal study. Tanner Hawkinson still doesn’t believe there’s reason to be concerned.

Reesing makes guest appearance on TV show

While “Sparky” seems to have served him well over a four-year Kansas University football career, quarterback Todd Reesing won’t be taking the nickname with him when he begins his post-collegiate work as a disc jockey.

List needs history lesson

To kick off the college football season, USA Today has compiled a list of what it considers “golden years” for all 120 programs in the NCAA’s Bowl Subdivision. Kansas, of course, is nowhere near the Valhalla level of Oklahoma, Texas and Nebraska but it gets short-changed by the USA-T choice of the KU high point.

Woolridge’s coach doesn’t buy recruit’s ranking

Royce Woolridge isn’t the only person shaking his head over his drop in the national high school basketball recruiting rankings.