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Kansas' Daylon Charlot (2) celebrates with teammates after catching a 2-point conversion during the second half of the team's NCAA college football game against Texas in Austin, Texas, Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019.

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Fiery KU football leaders Daylon Charlot, Andrew Parchment keep preaching postseason

As the first Kansas football team coached by Les Miles heads into the final three games on its schedule, a pair of outspoken receivers remain vigilant in spreading the message that the season doesn’t have to end in November. Senior receiver Daylon Charlot said the Jayhawks as a whole felt like they let their fans down in a 38-10 loss to Kansas State this past weekend. Despite their disappointment, Charlot voiced publicly the notion that he and other team leaders keep clutching to tightly. By Benton Smith

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KUsports Live: Kansas football vs. No. 22 Kansas State

Follow along during the game with our crew and the KUsports.com community.

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Late 2-point conversion at Texas gave Jayhawks confidence

In the exhilarating moment, the Kansas Jayhawks were convinced they had done it. They arrived at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday convinced they could knock off No. 15 Texas. And when KU quarterback Carter Stanley found receiver Daylon Charlot in the back of the burnt orange south end zone for a two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter, the underdogs felt justified in their confidence. By Benton Smith

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