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Afternoon

Matt Tait: Hopping off the roller coaster the next step for Kansas football

The first three weeks of Kansas football have provided an interesting case study in riding the proverbial roller coaster. By Matt Tait

Evening

Notebook: KU victory at BC uniquely satisfying for Jayhawks

True, the scarcity of Kansas football victories during the previous three years reduces the number of viable candidates, but a couple of key veterans didn’t mind identifying the Jayhawks’ win at Boston College as the most significant they’ve experienced. By Benton Smith

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KU adds 3rd commitment for 2021 with pledge from WR Jaddai Henry

A few days after a victory at Boston College that seemed promising for the Kansas football program’s immediate future, the Jayhawks received some potentially good news for down the road with another commitment for 2021. By Benton Smith

Jayhawks finish tied for 4th at the Windon Memorial Classic

After the final round at the Windon Memorial Classic, the Kansas men’s golf team finished tied for fourth with a score of 3-over par 855 at the Conways Golf Club in Lake Forest, Illinois.

Tadokoro leads Jayhawks to 4th-place finish at Sunflower Invitational

The Kansas women’s golf team wrapped up the Sunflower Invitational in a tie for fourth place after an even par 288 score in the final round at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan, Kansas.

Merrick tabbed Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week

Kansas defender Addisyn Merrick was named the Big 12’s Defensive Player of the Week by the league office Tuesday.

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More receivers, space and RPO calls allow Kansas RBs to thrive

The Kansas football team’s receivers and quarterback weren’t the only ones who benefited from the offense spreading the field at Boston College, where the Jayhawks often lined up with three or four receivers. The resulting spacing allowed KU running backs Khalil Herbert and Pooka Williams to flourish, as well, thanks to one-on-one scenarios in the open field. By Benton Smith

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Matt Tait: Hopping off the roller coaster the next step for Kansas football

The first three weeks of Kansas football have provided an interesting case study in riding the proverbial roller coaster. By Matt Tait