Stories for April 3, 2019


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Les Miles: Penalties upsetting for coaches, players at spring practice

Already past the halfway mark of his first spring in charge of the Kansas football program, head coach Les Miles admitted following Tuesday’s practice that there has been some dissatisfaction with the Jayhawks’ progress — and that lack of fulfillment isn’t only being expressed by Miles. By Benton Smith


KU softball tops Tulsa in final nonconference tilt

The Kansas softball team secured a win in its final nonconference game of the season at Tulsa, beating the Golden Hurricane 7-4 at Collins Sports Family Complex Tuesday night.

Dudarev earns Big 12 Co-Men's Athlete of the Week honors

Kansas track & field junior Gleb Dudarev has been named the Big 12 Co-Men's Athlete of the Week for his efforts at the Florida Relays, the league announced Wednesday.

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Give the man credit, Les Miles is going for it — for now

It’s been 137 days since Les Miles was introduced as the next football coach at the University of Kansas and in that time the program has taken on an entirely different look. By Matt Tait

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Though discreet, Les Miles provides some details about KU's spring scrimmages

While head coach Les Miles chose not to divulge much about what has occurred behind closed doors during the program’s spring scrimmages, which double as rudimentary versions of a game day in the fall, he did make it known that he has seen some promise from the Jayhawks. By Benton Smith

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Kansas coach Bill Self recommending time off for 'tired' Jayhawks

While the common response to a season-ending loss like the one the Kansas men’s basketball team suffered nearly two weeks in Salt Lake City would be to get in the gym and get after it so nothing like that ever happens again, KU coach Bill Self has advised a slightly different approach for the current Jayhawks. By Matt Tait