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Spring football came and went at the University of Kansas without Peyton Bender or Carter Stanley wowing head coach David Beaty to the point of naming a starting quarterback for the 2017 season.

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Tom Keegan: Kansas quarterback competition has everything but controversy

Peyton Bender and Carter Stanley take the fun out of what could be a percolating quarterback controversy because they’re good friends, roommates even. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Beaty in no hurry to name No. 1 QB for upcoming season

Even though Kansas football’s preseason camp begins the first week of August, a decision on the Jayhawks’ starting quarterback might not be imminent. By Benton Smith

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KU's QB battle continues: Jayhawks will wait to name starter

As anticipated, the race to become the Jayhawks’ No. 1 QB won’t draw to a close until at least August. Had one candidate dominated and the other floundered, David Beaty, offensive coordinator Doug Meacham and quarterbacks coach Garrett Riley could have reached a verdict. Instead, Peyton Bender and Carter Stanley enter the next portion of the offseason still aiming to overtake the other. All of which is absolutely fine with Meacham. By Benton Smith

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