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'A heck of a player': Big 12 offensive linemen respect Dorance Armstrong

Following a breakout sophomore year, Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. won’t be sneaking up on any opponents during the 2017 season. By Bobby Nightengale

Afternoon

Kansas QBs Peyton Bender and Carter Stanley have made cases for starting

With the opening Saturday of the Kansas football season now less than a week away, either Peyton Bender or Carter Stanley will soon find out he will start at quarterback for the Jayhawks against Southeast Missouri State. By Benton Smith

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KU soccer stops Oregon State

Senior Hannah Lukinac and sophomore Sophie Maierhofer scored goals, and senior goalkeeper Maddie Dobyns recorded a shutout to lead Kansas’ soccer team past Oregon State, 2-0, on Sunday in Corvallis, Ore.

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'A heck of a player': Big 12 offensive linemen respect Dorance Armstrong

Following a breakout sophomore year, Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. won’t be sneaking up on any opponents during the 2017 season. By Bobby Nightengale

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Report: Mitchell Robinson saga set to end where it began

Long off the Kansas radar, the Mitchell Robinson saga appears to be ending right where it began. According to a report from Chad Bishop of WBKO 13 in Kentucky, the 7-foot, McDonald’s All-American who, earlier this summer, asked for his release from Western Kentucky University after his godfather left the coaching staff, is planning to return to WKU for his freshman season. By Matt Tait

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Coaches encouraged by Kansas football team's growth

In late 2014, David Beaty agreed to become the head football coach at the University of Kansas, knowing the job in front of him came with various challenges. Heading into his third season in charge, the eternally optimistic Beaty feels better today than he could at any point during his first two years, when the Jayhawks went 2-22 overall.

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Kansas cross country team brings mix of youth, experience

As the University of Kansas begins to celebrate its 50th year of having women’s athletics, cross country coach Stanley Redwine began to ponder at KU fall sports media day about the special impact that junior Sharon Lokedi has already made in his program in just two years.