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Former Jayhawk Jeff Boschee enjoys seeing Lawrence's growth

Former Kansas sharp-shooter Jeff Boschee, who still holds most of KU’s biggest 3-point shooting records, has not been able to get back to Lawrence as often as he would have liked since the end of his playing days, with his own coaching career and busy family life dominating most of his time. By Matt Tait

KU's receiving depth has David Beaty fired up about group's potential

When Kansas football coach David Beaty makes a public appearance or fields questions from reporters, he often finds himself on the topics of KU’s quarterback competition and/or the program’s current star defensive linemen. When Beaty considers the Jayhawks’ roster for the upcoming season, though, the talent at another key position group — wide receiver — gets him characteristically fired up about KU’s potential. By Benton Smith

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Junior Olympics help fulfill Rock Chalk Park 'dream'

With thousands of athletes in attendance at Rock Chalk Park on Tuesday night, Olympic gold medalists Carl Lewis and Ashton Eaton sat on a podium ready to offer words of advice.

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610 Sports Radio no longer carrying KU radio broadcasts

University of Kansas fans accustomed to listening to football and men’s basketball games on 610 Sports Radio will have to get used to finding the Jayhawks elsewhere on the radio, beginning this season.

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Former Jayhawk Jeff Boschee enjoys seeing Lawrence's growth

Former Kansas sharp-shooter Jeff Boschee, who still holds most of KU’s biggest 3-point shooting records, has not been able to get back to Lawrence as often as he would have liked since the end of his playing days, with his own coaching career and busy family life dominating most of his time. By Matt Tait

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Beaty glad KU will have either Bender or Stanley as a backup QB

Head coach David Beaty says he is in no hurry to name the Kansas football team’s starting quarterback for the quickly-approaching season. When that declaration comes, though, Beaty will be glad to have whomever finishes second between junior transfer Peyton Bender and redshirt sophomore Carter Stanley in a backup role. By Benton Smith