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Kansas defensive end Azur Kamara (5) tries to get a hand on Rutgers quarterback Giovanni Rescigno (17) during the third quarter on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 at Memorial Stadium.

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The only way to go is up. At least that has to be the mindset of the Kansas defense in regards to putting pressure on the quarterback this fall. KU recorded 21 sacks in 2018, which was only better than Kansas State (18) in the Big 12 conference.

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