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Kansas head coach Les Miles surveys his team during football practice on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 within the new indoor practice facility.

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KUsports Live: Kansas football vs. Indiana State

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'We just have to prove them wrong': Jayhawks not concerned by preseason expectations

It was expected, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it was easy to see. For the ninth year in a row, the Kansas football team was picked to finish last in the Big 12 conference in the preseason poll as voted on by media members.

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Les Miles' track record vs. top 25 teams far better than what KU football is used to

Over the course of 15-plus seasons as a college football head coach, Miles’ teams have gone 45-33 against top 25 opponents. Miles enters his first season at KU with 197 games behind him, and roughly 40 percent of them came with his teams going up against ranked competition. By Benton Smith

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Les Miles' recruiting strategy proving advantageous early for KU football's 2020 class

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Les Miles thinks players using college football transfer portal 'not out of necessity'

Since its inception in 2018, college football’s transfer portal has yet to lure any of the University of Kansas football program’s prominent players away from Lawrence with the idea of playing somewhere else, where the grass or artificial turf is greener. Even so, the Jayhawks’ head coach, Les Miles, didn’t come across as a supporter of the portal’s existence this week. By Benton Smtih

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Les Miles provides details about KU's upcoming spring game

Les Miles isn’t particularly interested these days in sharing vivid details of what goes on during his Kansas football team’s spring practices. But during a brief session with media members on Tuesday evening, KU’s head coach provided some particulars of the format fans can expect for the spring game on Saturday night at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. By Benton Smith

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