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‘Right place, right fit’

Offensive coordinator excited to join Gill at Kansas

Anyone wondering if Chuck Long will be a valuable asset to Turner Gill’s football coaching staff at Kansas University need look no further than Long’s sterling resume as both a player and assistant coach.

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Gill: WR coach Beaty will not return

Gill cleans house, will hire new assistants

Former Kansas University wide receivers coach David Beaty will not become a member of Turner Gill's staff.

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KU football assistants on their way out

According to a source with knowledge of the situation, new Kansas University football coach Turner Gill is not expected to retain any of the assistant coaches remaining from Mark Mangino's staff, with the possible exception of receivers coach David Beaty.

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‘Right place, right fit’

Offensive coordinator excited to join Gill at Kansas

Anyone wondering if Chuck Long will be a valuable asset to Turner Gill’s football coaching staff at Kansas University need look no further than Long’s sterling resume as both a player and assistant coach.

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UT freshman leads blowout

Bradley sets personal high with 18; Baylor steamrolls Jackson State

Texas freshman Avery Bradley had his third straight impressive game for the second-ranked Longhorns. He scored a season-high 18 points and had five assists to lead Texas to an overpowering victory.

KU Football Notebook

Dave Clark, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound cornerback from Independence Community College, who had orally committed to Kansas University, has told Rivals.com he will not sign a letter of intent today on juco signing day.

KU to show off green side

Basketball players from both Kansas University and the University of Michigan will be warming up in T-shirts made from 100 percent recycled material — with a special Green Game logo on the back — before Saturday’s 11 a.m. nonconference game in Allen Fieldhouse.

Don’t forget Reesing

Anybody around here remember a guy named Todd Reesing?

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Morningstar ready to start playing again

Brady Morningstar’s return to the rotation might mean reduced minutes for Kansas University freshman guard Elijah Johnson.