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Kansas head coach Les Miles watches his players against Texas during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019, in Austin, Texas. (Nick Wagner/Austin American-Statesman via AP)

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Report: Les Miles’ lawyer now wants LSU’s 2013 internal investigation released

University of Kansas football coach Les Miles’ lawyer is now calling for the release of a 2013 investigative report on allegations of Miles sexually harassing LSU student workers when he was the coach in Baton Rouge, La.

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Matt Tait: Kansas football has options but must move quickly to replace outgoing OC Brent Dearmon

Now that we know that KU offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon is leaving the program, it’s imperative that the Kansas administration moves as quickly as possible in finding his replacement. By Matt Tait

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Kansas football suspends voluntary workouts after 12 positive COVID-19 tests

An uptick in positive COVID-19 tests has led the Kansas football program to suspend its voluntary summer workouts, KU officials announced Friday morning. By Matt Tait

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Kansas coach Les Miles believes there will be college football this fall

Kansas football coach Les Miles believes there will be college football this fall. By Matt Tait

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Beaty's lawyers press KU AD about Miles' use of noncoaches

Lawyers for former Kansas football coach David Beaty are zeroing in on the university’s treatment of allegations against Les Miles — allegations that they say are just as serious as the ones that the university is using to justify not paying Beaty a $3 million buyout.

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KUsports Live - Early Signing Period: KU football Class of 2020 updates

Follow along for recruiting updates with our crew and the KUsports.com community.

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Les Miles: Game clock didn't start on time late in KU loss at Texas

Usually understated during his weekly press conferences, Kansas football coach Les Miles heard something Monday afternoon that stirred him to exuberance. The subject material didn’t have anything to do with the Jayhawks’ performance this past weekend at Texas, either. Rather it was a matter of a procedural oversight on that Saturday night stage that appeared to go UT’s way. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: Freshman QB Torry Locklin earns first career snap in KU's 50-48 loss at Texas

Austin, Texas — Although still listed on the game day roster as a quarterback, Kansas football freshman Torry Locklin took all of his pregame reps with the Jayhawks’ running backs.

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