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David Beaty: Jayhawks striving for special teams success

Amid his ongoing strides to rebuild the Kansas football program, second-year coach David Beaty often cites the significance of special teams success in speeding up a turnaround. By Benton Smith

Tom Keegan: Bigger, stronger, faster KU football team still needs to get bigger, stronger, faster

Second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty is upbeat about the gains the program has made in strength, speed and recruiting, but also sounds a realistic voice about how far Kansas has to go to compete at Big 12 standards.

KU women's basketball eager to build chemistry on European tour

The Kansas women’s basketball squad will get a taste of international competition and culture over the next week and a half, with four exhibition games in France and Switzerland.

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Prep kicker Liam Jones commits to Kansas

In Lawrence to watch football practice a few days after receiving a scholarship offer from Kansas, kicker Liam Jones didn’t waste any further time contemplating his decision. The Chocktaw High (Okla.) senior told David Beaty and his staff in person he accepted the opportunity, prompting Jones to tweet out the news later in the evening. By Benton Smith

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KU women's basketball eager to build chemistry on European tour

The Kansas women’s basketball squad will get a taste of international competition and culture over the next week and a half, with four exhibition games in France and Switzerland.

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Still no starter, but Ryan Willis leading KU's QB pack

The ongoing preseason camp battle for the job of starting quarterback at Kansas might not be over, but head coach David Beaty indicated Monday an early leader has emerged. By Benton Smith

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David Beaty: Jayhawks striving for special teams success

Amid his ongoing strides to rebuild the Kansas football program, second-year coach David Beaty often cites the significance of special teams success in speeding up a turnaround. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Bigger, stronger, faster KU football team still needs to get bigger, stronger, faster

Second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty is upbeat about the gains the program has made in strength, speed and recruiting, but also sounds a realistic voice about how far Kansas has to go to compete at Big 12 standards.