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Pittsburg LB Jerek Butcher plans to join KU football

As the Kansas football coaching staff geared up for the last weekend before National Signing Day, Les Miles and his assistants learned that one of their under-the-radar recruits plans to join the Jayhawks.

White hired to oversee Williams Education Fund

The Williams Education Fund has a new coordinator. Jeff Long, first-year athletic director at the University of Kansas, announced this week the hiring of Ryan White as Kansas Athletics’ senior associate athletics director for development.

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Les Miles and staff have a few days to complete 2019 recruiting class

With less than a week to go until college football’s National Signing Day, the hours between now and Wednesday figure to be critical for the Kansas football program, as new head coach Les Miles and his staff complete their first recruiting class.

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Kwamie Lassiter II, numerous former KU football players celebrate life of standout Jayhawk

A contingent of past and present members of the Kansas football program traveled to Richmond, Va., this past weekend to celebrate the life of Kwamie Lassiter.

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Les Miles announces 3 more support staff additions

The amount of support staffers in place for the Kansas football program grew again on Monday, as head coach Les Miles announced three more hires.

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New OC Les Koenning signed five-year deal with KU

Terms include hefty buyout for this year, KU options beyond first 2 years

Having now hired two offensive coordinators in the two-plus months since Les Miles took over the University of Kansas football program, the Jayhawks would love to avoid doing so again anytime soon. By Benton Smith

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Les Miles announces hiring of more KU football staffers

On a busy week for staffing moves, highlighted by the hiring of offensive coordinator Les Koenning, Kansas football coach Les Miles capped it off by announcing the addition of five new employees.

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Dearmon leaves behind NAIA head coaching job to become KU's senior offensive consultant

As Kansas football coach Les Miles continues to add to his program’s support staff, he announced Wednesday the hiring of a senior offensive consultant, Brent Dearmon, who left a head coaching position to work at KU.

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KU football spring game scheduled for April 13

Even though spring games rarely reveal too much about a college football team’s schemes or strengths, Kansas football fans eager to get their first peek at what the Jayhawks will look like under new head coach Les Miles will soon have that chance. By Benton Smith

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Les Koenning hired to become KU's offensive coordinator and QBs coach

Miles completes 1st KU staff — again

Twelve days after first-year Kansas football coach Les Miles lost his shortlived offensive coordinator to an FBS head coaching job, Miles announced Tuesday he has hired a replacement. By Benton Smith

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KU football's trip to Boston College moved to Sept. 13

The first road football game of the Les Miles era at the University of Kansas will come a day earlier than expected. By Benton Smith

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Potential OC candidate for KU football reportedly withdraws from consideration

The reported courtship between the University of Kansas football program and one potential offensive coordinator didn’t last long.

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5 Jayhawks to showcase skills for NFL decision-makers Saturday

Though they will be playing in separate stadiums on opposite coasts of the continent, five seniors from the 2018 Kansas football team will have very similar agendas Saturday: impressing NFL scouts, coaches and decision-makers.

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Despite all the empty seats, KU says football ticket sales were up in 2018

Despite the frequent sight of empty seats on a Saturday at Memorial Stadium, University of Kansas officials are now saying they actually saw an increase in football ticket sales during the 2018 season.

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Senior Class Award names Joe Dineen 1st-team all-American

Down in Florida this week for Saturday’s East-West Shrine Game, Lawrence native and recent University of Kansas graduate Joe Dineen learned the Senior CLASS Award named him a first-team All-American.