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Then and now: Ex-lineman Ryan Cantrell returns to sidelines of alma mater KU

The last time Kansas University assistant director of football operations Ryan Cantrell was walking the sidelines at KU, he was an offensive lineman in the program and a guy who expected the Jayhawks to go to bowl games. By Matt Tait

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Lean and mean: Landen Lucas ready to fight for minutes

A slimmer, trimmer version of Landen Lucas will be touring the Baltic States from Aug. 6-14 with Athletes in Action’s college all-star basketball team. By Gary Bedore

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Woodland ties for 39th

Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland shot a 1-under 71 Sunday in the final round of the British Open and finished 1-under 287 in a tie for 39th place at Royal Liverpool.

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Then and now: Ex-lineman Ryan Cantrell returns to sidelines of alma mater KU

The last time Kansas University assistant director of football operations Ryan Cantrell was walking the sidelines at KU, he was an offensive lineman in the program and a guy who expected the Jayhawks to go to bowl games. By Matt Tait

Woodland shoots even par at British Open

Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland was a picture of consistency Saturday at the British Open.

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Rookie tight end drawing praise

A red-shirt freshman tight end for Kansas University, Ben Johnson hasn’t caught a pass, run a route or played a down in a college football game. No one is more aware of that than the man in charge of the Jayhawks, coach Charlie Weis. Yet, even months before the start of the 2014 season, the third-year KU coach couldn’t stop himself from singing the unproven player’s praises when discussing the team’s tight-end options. By Benton Smith

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Lean and mean: Landen Lucas ready to fight for minutes

A slimmer, trimmer version of Landen Lucas will be touring the Baltic States from Aug. 6-14 with Athletes in Action’s college all-star basketball team. By Gary Bedore

Mario Chalmers ready for fresh start with Heat

No one was harder on himself throughout last postseason than Mario Chalmers. A month later, Chalmers is back to his confident self. He has lots of reason to smile, mostly because the Heat re-signed him after many felt he was no longer wanted.