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Les Miles provides details about KU's upcoming spring game

Les Miles isn’t particularly interested these days in sharing vivid details of what goes on during his Kansas football team’s spring practices. But during a brief session with media members on Tuesday evening, KU’s head coach provided some particulars of the format fans can expect for the spring game on Saturday night at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. By Benton Smith

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Mike Lee has bold takeaway numbers in mind for KU defense in 2019

Mike Lee’s bravado knows no bounds. Always confident and inevitably glad to let anyone who is listening know what’s on his mind, the Kansas football safety made it known this spring he has considerable goals in store for the defense in 2019. By Benton Smith

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'Back and forth': KU's Dom Williams, Khalil Herbert splitting spring carries at RB

Considering how crowded the backfield seemed for Kansas ball carriers the past couple of seasons, the contrast during practices and scrimmages this spring could have felt jarring for Dom Williams. By Benton Smith

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Carter Stanley in thick of yet another KU football QB competition

What better person to ask about the Jayhawks’ current situation at QB, considering this is Round 4 for Carter Stanley when it comes to vying for the most prominent starting job? By Benton Smith

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Former KU receiver Ryan Schadler, other Jayhawks attend Chiefs' local pro day

In the months since his KU football career concluded, Ryan Schadler has discovered the time he invested as a specialist is paying off. In fact, he hopes it will help him get his cleats in the door at the NFL level. By Benton Smith

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Rick Ross officially set to perform at KU football's spring game

The fans sitting in the bleachers at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium on April 13 will get to take in more than a football scrimmage. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: Jayhawks thin up front on defense this spring

College football roster numbers are always at their thinnest in the spring, when the previous season’s seniors are no longer involved and most members of a given program’s recent signing class have yet to arrive on campus. At University of Kansas practices these past few weeks, the lack of bodies is most evident up front on KU’s defense. By Benton Smith

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Give the man credit, Les Miles is going for it — for now

It’s been 137 days since Les Miles was introduced as the next football coach at the University of Kansas and in that time the program has taken on an entirely different look. By Matt Tait

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Though discreet, Les Miles provides some details about KU's spring scrimmages

While head coach Les Miles chose not to divulge much about what has occurred behind closed doors during the program’s spring scrimmages, which double as rudimentary versions of a game day in the fall, he did make it known that he has seen some promise from the Jayhawks. By Benton Smith

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Les Miles: Penalties upsetting for coaches, players at spring practice

Already past the halfway mark of his first spring in charge of the Kansas football program, head coach Les Miles admitted following Tuesday’s practice that there has been some dissatisfaction with the Jayhawks’ progress — and that lack of fulfillment isn’t only being expressed by Miles. By Benton Smith

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Bruising KU safety Mike Lee looking forward to new responsibility in secondary

As returning members of the Kansas football team’s defense learn the schemes, calls and nuances of new coordinator D.J. Eliot’s playbook, safety Mike Lee is thrilled about one component in particular. By Benton Smith

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Les Miles' recruiting strategy helping program within 'the Kansas footprint'

From the day he first flew to Lawrence and was introduced as the new head football coach at the University of Kansas, Les Miles made clear his intention to recruit as much in-state talent as possible. His plan of attack, Miles shared months later, after KU signed three high school standouts from the Sunflower State in its 2019 recruiting class, was to identify local recruits as soon as possible. By Benton Smith

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O-lineman Jacobi Lott back with KU football and focusing on present, future

Jacobi Lott prefers not to talk about it. The details of the incident, the offensive lineman says, he wants to keep in his past. What Lott, a redshirt freshman from Amarillo, Texas, is focusing on now, he’ll tell you, is his football present and future. By Benton Smith

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3 juco transfers on KU football offense point to chemistry as key to spring success

Three Class of 2019 signees who project as key members of the offense in Les Miles’ first season as head coach at the University of Kansas already are on campus. If junior college transfers and spring semester enrollees Thomas MacVittie, Ezra Naylor and Andrew Parchment are setting the world on fire during the closed portions of spring practices, when all of the critical on-field playbook and scheme preparation takes place, then Miles is keeping that information secure somewhere under his signature white cap. By Benton Smith