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The view of David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium from the top of Campanile hill in July 2020.

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Approval from Board of Regents a requirement if KU, K-State desire to negotiate moving into new conference

As the future of the Big 12 Conference hangs in the balance, one thing is clear: The University of Kansas will need approval from the Kansas Board of Regents to make any type of move regarding its conference affiliation. By Matt Tait

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Women Leaders in College Sports CEO Patti Phillips aiming to change attitudes about women as Power 5 ADs

While the number of women both in and interviewing for athletic director jobs at the Power 5 level has grown in recent years, their involvement in the process remains far below where many want it to be. By Matt Tait

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AD optimistic KU football fans will follow rules

Long: Obeying measures will allow for future attendance, including at basketball games

As a small crew in the bleachers behind him set up stadium chairs Thursday afternoon inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, University of Kansas Athletic Director Jeff Long made clear that the behavior of the fans who occupy those seats on Saturday will play a part in determining what attendance looks like for KU games moving forward.

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KDHE releases locations of COVID-19 outbreaks across Kansas, including 4 in Douglas County; KU football team listed with 14 cases

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment on Wednesday released for the first time a list of specific locations and case counts associated with outbreaks of COVID-19 across the state.

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How Kansas and Southern Illinois came together to replace a pair of canceled college football games

Although it took time to finalize the details, Kansas Athletic Director Jeff Long identified a replacement for New Hampshire on KU’s 2020 football schedule the same day that UNH pulled out. By Matt Tait

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Kansas football to conduct next round of COVID-19 testing Saturday

The Kansas football program is planning another round of COVID-19 testing on Saturday and the results of those tests will determine how soon the Jayhawks can get back on the field, KU Athletic Director Jeff Long said Wednesday. By Matt Tait

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