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Kansas University’s Toben Opurum has made the switch from running back to linebacker in 2010. Coach Turner Gill announced Thursday night that Opurum had sprained an ankle, making him questionable for the game against Georgia Tech.

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Matt Tait’s KU football notebook

Kansas University football coach Turner Gill said on his weekly Hawk Talk radio show Thursday night that sophomore linebacker Toben Opurum sprained his ankle in practice, making him questionable for Saturday’s game against No. 15 Georgia Tech.

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