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The University of Kansas' Memorial Stadium is pictured on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017.

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KU's outside legal bills in lawsuit over Beaty firing surpass $350,000

A legal battle over the termination of former Kansas football coach David Beaty has cost Kansas Athletics and the University of Kansas upward of $350,000 in outside legal fees in the 13 months since Beaty sued the athletic department over his November 2018 firing.

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Appearances by Miles, Self highlight KU's annual Traditions Night

It all came down to a simple question: Would you rather fight 12 tiny Bill Selfs or one giant Les Miles? By Braden Shaw

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KU bringing beer, wine sales to masses at football games this fall

New head coach Les Miles won’t be the only new attraction coming to David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium this fall. By Benton Smith

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KU Athletics increases football funding, looks to develop plan for stadium renovations, other projects

The University of Kansas athletic department is expected to increase its investment in its football program next school year.

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KU lists multimillion dollar renovations to Allen Fieldhouse, stadium in proposed capital improvement plans

Multimillion dollar renovations to Allen Fieldhouse and David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium could be coming for KU Athletics, but details on what the projects would entail are not clear.

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Matt Tait: MacVittie commitment KU football's first step to continuity at the QB position

All right, all right, all right. I know what you’re thinking. And I’m here to tell you to stop. Look, I don’t blame you if you roll your eyes and quietly think to yourself, ‘Here we go again,’ every time Kansas lands a commitment from a transfer quarterback. Hey, you might be right. By Matt Tait

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KU football ticket sales down about $6 million per year; some question whether $300 million in new facilities will help

Part of Kansas football and its falling fortunes involves a math problem. The key number in the equation is about $6 million. A Journal-World review of Kansas Athletics Inc. finances found that KU needs to sell about $6 million in additional tickets per year just to get the program back to the brief glory days it had nearly a decade ago in the Mark Mangino era.


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