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'Everybody eats': Jayhawks rotating 4 CBs on defense

Hasan Defense’s most recent contribution at the time he went to the bench was a 57-yard interception return for a touchdown. When Defense sat out the ensuing series after delivering what proved to be one of the most crucial plays of a Week 1 victory, it served as an introduction to KU’s cornerback rotation, a reflection of the depth the coaches think the Jayhawks have at the position.

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Inside linebackers Dru Prox, Kyron Johnson content with playing every snap for Jayhawks

At the start of the fourth quarter is when it hit junior linebacker Dru Prox. Shane Jackson

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Carter Stanley aims to improve upon mistakes made in Week 1 win

Of course Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley left the Jayhawks’ season opener pleased about winning the starting job and leading a must-have touchdown drive in crunch time. At no point during Stanley’s postgame discussions with the media nor in his interview session on Monday, however, did the fifth-year senior come across as a QB elated or even satisfied by his performance. By Benton Smith

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KU hires former Kings strength coach to replace Andrea Hudy

A 28-year-old NBA strength coach has been hired to replace Andrea Hudy with the Kansas basketball program, KU coach Bill Self announced Wednesday afternoon. By Matt Tait

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Judge denies NCAA request for unreleased evidence in college basketball corruption trial

A federal judge has denied the NCAA’s request for evidence in the college basketball corruption trial that may have included information about the University of Kansas basketball program’s recruiting practices.