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Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis discusses KU’s recently signed junior-college transfers at a news conference on Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, at KU.

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Latest group of KU football recruits set to sign today

Today, national signing day, marks the culmination of a year's worth of effort for the Kansas University football program as athletes across the country are expected to sign letters of intent with the Jayhawks. By Matt Tait

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New NCAA recruiting rules aim for 'common sense'

The NCAA recently adopted more than 25 rule changes that could have a major impact on the way prep athletes make their decisions and, perhaps more significantly, could impact the way college coaches are forced to handle recruiting. By Matt Tait

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With Weis at helm, KU academic staff not worried about juco signees' academics

The risk of bringing in junior-college transfers is diminished somewhat at Kansas University because of the way KU football coach Charlie Weis and Paul Buskirk, the school’s associate athletic director for student support, work together from the time a prospect sets foot on campus to enrollment and the beginning of classes. By Matt Tait

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Weis: Juco Jayhawks have chance to challenge vets, turn around program

Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis says a major focus of his recruiting pitch to the Jayhawks' newly signed junior-college transfers was a challenge to turn the program's 1-11 record into a winning tradition. By Matt Tait

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