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Basketball walk-on James Sosinski breaking tackles upon return to KU football

For the first four months of his football off-season, Kansas tight end James Sosinski experienced what he described as almost no football-related activities. Preoccupied from December through March with his role as a walk-on with KU basketball, Sosinski didn’t appear too rusty upon his April return to the gridiron, though. By Benton Smith

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'He's got some dog in him': Freshman CB Corione Harris makes great first impression

Sure, the rest of the Kansas football team knew the name Corione Harris long before the four-star cornerback from Louisiana enrolled in classes and joined the program in January. But it was on the final Wednesday of March, at Harris’ first college practice, when the Jayhawks finally received a proper introduction. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Talented Dom Williams hunting big sophomore season

A smorgasbord of excuses for a so so freshman season lies well within reach for running back Dom Williams should he choose to go there.

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QB competition far from decided as Jayhawks go through spring practices

2 incumbents, 1 transfer vying for No. 1

With nearly five months left between now and the season opener, Kansas football coach David Beaty is nowhere near naming a starting quarterback. Now five practices into their spring schedule, Beaty said the Jayhawks’ offense remains in the installation stage and he doesn’t “want to put the cart before the horse” in terms of the QB competition. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: David Beaty says Kansas will commit to running game

During the same session in which he avoided to the best of his ability hyperbolic compliments, David Beaty actually uttered a 17-word sentence that I found more encouraging than any words I ever have heard him speak. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: WR Chase Harrell still with KU football, but not practicing

As he navigates through a troubling offseason, Chase Harrell remains a part of the Kansas football team. However, head coach David Beaty said the junior receiver from Huffman, Texas, isn’t practicing with the Jayhawks for the time being. By Benton Smith

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Jayhawks searching for new starting center during spring football

Concussions ended Ribory's career

The Kansas football program lost one of its best offensive players this offseason, when starting center Mesa Ribordy was forced to retire from the sport due to a history of concussions. Now that head coach David Beaty, new offensive line coach A.J. Ricker and offensive coordinator Doug Meacham have to find someone on the roster to replace Ribordy, they’re not leaving anything to chance. By Benton Smith

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OC Doug Meacham now KU football's QBs coach, too

A year after witnessing the Kansas football team finish ninth in the Big 12 in passing and 10th in total offense, coordinator Doug Meacham will take on new responsibilities in his second season with the program, working every step of the way with the players he asks to make the proper reads and throws at the line of scrimmage. By Benton Smith

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Charles Baldwin officially no longer with KU football

Former Alabama OL left program months ago

Although Charles Baldwin’s name still appears on the Kansas football roster, the offensive lineman who spent one spring semester at Alabama two years ago actually hasn’t been with the Jayhawks in months. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Kansas offense can't crackle and pop until it snaps

Before the coaches decide who takes the snap, they must find someone who can make the snap. By Tom Keegan

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‘A different dimension’: New Kansas QB Miles Kendrick hopes to have impactful spring

His freshman regular season already in his rear-view mirror this past fall at College of San Mateo, Miles Kendrick hadn’t ruled out finding a four-year football program to call his new home before his sophomore year. But time was running out. Weeks removed from thinking another semester, perhaps even a full sophomore season, at San Mateo awaited him, Kendrick signed with KU in January and moved to Lawrence to get to work. By Benton Smith

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Former starting C Mesa Ribordy among players no longer with KU football

The Kansas football program made its 2018 roster public for the first time Wednesday. While the register of names, heights, weights and more unveiled what jersey numbers the Jayhawks will wear for spring practices and fall games this year, it also revealed the absence of one critical member of the 2017 team and a handful of others who had eligibility remaining.By Benton Smith

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Free State's Jalan Robinson signs with KU football

Jalan Robinson had already held off on his decision by seven weeks. He wasn’t going to waste any more time before the celebration. By Scott Chasen

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Dorance Armstrong Jr., Montell Cozart return for KU football Pro Day

Dorance Armstrong’s first return trip to Kansas since the end of the 2017 season brought back memories of his three-year college career almost right away. Some of the feelings, Armstrong said with a smile, were almost a little too familiar. By Scott Chasen

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Cassius Sendish promoted from grad assistant to KU safeties coach

With a vacancy on his staff shortly before the start of spring football, Kansas head coach David Beaty turned to graduate assistant and former defensive back Cassius Sendish to fill it. Beaty announced Thursday Sendish’s promotion and his new assignment as safeties coach. By Benton Smith