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Kansas junior quarterback Peyton Bender throws during the spring game, on Saturday, April 15, at Memorial Stadium.

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Kansas QBs Peyton Bender and Carter Stanley have made cases for starting

With the opening Saturday of the Kansas football season now less than a week away, either Peyton Bender or Carter Stanley will soon find out he will start at quarterback for the Jayhawks against Southeast Missouri State. By Benton Smith

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Beaty glad KU will have either Bender or Stanley as a backup QB

Head coach David Beaty says he is in no hurry to name the Kansas football team’s starting quarterback for the quickly-approaching season. When that declaration comes, though, Beaty will be glad to have whomever finishes second between junior transfer Peyton Bender and redshirt sophomore Carter Stanley in a backup role. By Benton Smith

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Friendly competition: Housemates Bender and Stanley vying for KU's QB job

When Peyton Bender arrived in Lawrence as a challenger to Carter Stanley’s job as the starting quarterback at the University of Kansas, Stanley didn’t view Bender as an adversary. In fact, KU’s incumbent No. 1 QB welcomed the man recruited to possibly replace him with open arms. By Benton Smith

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Jayhawks expect QB Peyton Bender to come 'out of his shell'

Upon spending 15 spring practices and many more unofficial, player-organized sessions with new Kansas quarterback Peyton Bender, receiver Steven Sims Jr. caught enough balls from the former Washington State QB to know Bender had the type of arm the Jayhawks’ Air Raid offense needed. It left Sims eager to see how the possible starting quarterback would handle some other intangibles that come with that position. By Benton Smith

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