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Chip Lindsey leaves KU football to become head coach at Troy

It took Les Miles roughly two weeks to search for and hire an offensive coordinator after becoming the head football coach at the University of Kansas. Now Miles will have to do it all over again, a little more than five weeks after landing on Chip Lindsey. By Benton Smith

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Matt Tait: Chip Lindsey departure doesn't have to spell doom and gloom for Kansas football

There’s enough reason to believe that Chip Lindsey was not Kansas football coach Les Miles’ first choice as KU’s new offensive coordinator to make Lindsey’s departure a little easier to digest. But that’s only if Miles’ Plan C or Plan D or Plan E or wherever we’re at on the list at this point can bring the same kind of buzz and clout to the long-suffering KU program. By Matt Tait

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Though still not perfect, the Kansas offense was a much prettier product vs. TCU

The easy thing to do would be to credit the high-flying freshman for bringing an entirely new dimension to the Kansas basketball lineup. And, sure, no one would blame you for crediting Kansas guard Ochai Agbaji and his lob-catching, high-leaping, energy-laden offensive game for adding life to a sometimes-stagnant KU offense. By Matt Tait

Former KU soccer player charged with molesting student

A former goalkeeper for the University of Kansas soccer team has been charged with molesting a student while coaching and working as a teacher's aide at a Seattle high school.