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Kansas wide receiver Stephon Robinson Jr. (5) reaches to pull in a touchdown pass during the fourth quarter on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 at Memorial Stadium.

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KU's Pooka Williams Jr., Stephon Robinson Jr. named to Maxwell, Hornung watch lists

Earlier this week, two of the Kansas football program’s most dynamic offensive players were named to watch lists that honor all-around versatility.

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KU running back Pooka Williams Jr. earns first-team, preseason all-Big 12 nod from Athlon Sports

Five other Jayhawks also honored

The first honor of 2020 for Kansas running back Pooka Williams Jr. has arrived, with the junior from New Orleans picking up a preseason all-Big 12 nod from Athlon Sports. By Matt Tait

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Notebook: KU football WRs also gain All-Big 12 recognition

When the Big 12’s football coaches and a panel of media members selected their respective all-league teams for 2019, only two Jayhawks made the cut. But even more KU standouts were included when national college football writer Phil Steele unveiled his all-conference choices this week. By Benton Smith

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'I didn't expect this': WR Stephon Robinson Jr. emerges as key KU playmaker

Kansas football coach Les Miles, happily reciting some statistics from his team’s just completed victory over Texas Tech on Saturday night, had to stop himself after reading the stat line for Stephon Robinson Jr. “Oh, my goodness,” the giddy coach remarked, after saying the numbers out loud. By Benton Smith

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Stephon Robinson’s late-game production helps KU offense save face

With a 25-point home loss to No. 6 Oklahoma still taking up space in their minds, Kansas football players and head coach Les Miles didn’t really have any momentum to cling to while heading into their first bye week of the season. However, receiver Stephon Robinson provided one positive development the Jayhawks (2-4 overall, 0-3 Big 12) can take with them into the second half of the season.

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Late first half sequence looms large during KU’s 45-20 loss to No. 6 Oklahoma

Even under the best of circumstances, Kansas was facing a daunting task when it welcomed sixth-ranked Oklahoma to town.

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