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'I'd say A+': KU offense prolific in Brent Dearmon's OC debut

The Kansas football team lost on the last play of the game in offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon’s sideline debut Saturday at No. 15 Texas. Even so, the offensive output fortified the Jayhawks’ conviction that the midseason switch to Dearmon will make a significant difference moving forward. By Benton Smith

Early Morning

Late 2-point conversion at Texas gave Jayhawks confidence

In the exhilarating moment, the Kansas Jayhawks were convinced they had done it. They arrived at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday convinced they could knock off No. 15 Texas. And when KU quarterback Carter Stanley found receiver Daylon Charlot in the back of the burnt orange south end zone for a two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter, the underdogs felt justified in their confidence. By Benton Smith

Stories

Smagina falls in quarterfinals; Kansas concludes play at ITA Central Regional Championship

Kansas women’s tennis concluded play Sunday afternoon at the ITA Central Regionals. Sophomore Sonia Smagina advanced to the tournament’s quarterfinals in the singles main draw before ending her run there.

Tadokoro wins Cardinal Cup; Jayhawks finish 5th overall

Junior Sera Tadokoro was an unstoppable force at the Louisville Cardinal Cup Sunday afternoon, as she took down the entire field on her way to her first-career tournament victory. The KU women's golf team finished fifth in the team standings.

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'I'd say A+': KU offense prolific in Brent Dearmon's OC debut

The Kansas football team lost on the last play of the game in offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon’s sideline debut Saturday at No. 15 Texas. Even so, the offensive output fortified the Jayhawks’ conviction that the midseason switch to Dearmon will make a significant difference moving forward. By Benton Smith

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A Tom Herman question unintentionally motivated Carter Stanley and Jayhawks

In college football, motivational ploys know no bounds. And it appears one such behind-the-scenes tactic carried out by the Kansas staff this past week left its mark on quarterback Carter Stanley. By Benton Smith

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Late 2-point conversion at Texas gave Jayhawks confidence

In the exhilarating moment, the Kansas Jayhawks were convinced they had done it. They arrived at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday convinced they could knock off No. 15 Texas. And when KU quarterback Carter Stanley found receiver Daylon Charlot in the back of the burnt orange south end zone for a two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter, the underdogs felt justified in their confidence. By Benton Smith