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Former KU broadcaster Max Falkenstien dies at 95

Max Falkenstien, whose enthusiastic voice was a key part of the soundtrack of Kansas basketball and KU football for decades, died Monday afternoon. He was 95. By Matt Tait

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Why Les Miles thinks his first KU team is more talented than his first OSU team

Just as he did at the conclusion of his new program’s spring practice schedule a few months back, Les Miles reiterated recently his hunch that the first team he’ll coach at KU has “a better talent base” than the one he led at Oklahoma State in his debut season as a head coach 18 years ago. By Benton Smith

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Former KU broadcaster Max Falkenstien dies at 95

Max Falkenstien, whose enthusiastic voice was a key part of the soundtrack of Kansas basketball and KU football for decades, died Monday afternoon. He was 95. By Matt Tait

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Despite ending impressive streak, Bryce Hoppel punches ticket to IAAF World Championships

It was a weekend filled with some good and bad news for Kansas standout Bryce Hoppel at the 2019 Toyota USATF Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Drake Stadium.

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'I want to be All-Big 12': KU safety Bryce Torneden has clear goal for senior season

Since the moment he stepped on campus, Bryce Torneden has been willing to do whatever it takes for the Kansas football team. Torneden has played multiple positions in the KU secondary throughout his career. Shane Jackson