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Check out our new-look live game coverage starting Saturday

With the start of yet another KU football season set to kickoff tomorrow, that means it's time for the staff at KUsports.com to start dusting off the cobwebs and trying to remember what life on game days is like. Good news there: Things are going to be ... Continue reading

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KU unveils all-blue look for season opener

Well, it looks like I can cross off one thing from my list of pre-game duties for tomorrow's Kansas University football opener against South Dakota State, 11 a.m. at Memorial Stadium. Instead of trying to get the earliest glimpse of what uniform combination the Jayhawks will be ... Continue reading

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Getting to know South Dakota State

South Dakota State football coach John Stiegelmeier has built his program into one of the most respected in the Football Championship Subdivision since moving to that level in 2004. In 18 seasons, Stiegelmeier has gone 120-86, and the Jackrabbits really have come on of late, with three ... Continue reading

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Country music star Jake Owen hits up KU football practice

A simple drive to Colorado by a country music star turned into a memorable moment for the Kansas University football program and the musician. That was the way things unfolded Thursday afternoon, when country music's Jake Owen — of “Barefoot Blue Jean Night" fame — was on ... Continue reading

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Time to make some college football predictions

What’s that smell in the air? You guessed it. It’s football. The 2015 college season begins this weekend. While that might not be particularly exhilarating news for Kansas fans, the intrigue of a new head coach — David Beaty — should at least give them some hope ... Continue reading

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Does Air Raid = Air It Out? Eh, not exactly

Air Raid Offense. Just the name alone brings with it visions of long bombs, deep passes and footballs flying. And while that might have been the way it was run in some of the more famous offenses that chose to run it, it does not necessarily mean ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 1 - OL Jordan Shelley-Smith

What began eight weeks ago with the first entry in this year's list of the 25 most crucial Jayhawks for the upcoming football season has reached its peak. No. 1. Numero uno. The top dog. The head honcho. It's no secret that left tackle is one of ... Continue reading

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Coming off hot summer, Wayne Selden Jr. plans to be more effective scorer

After spending a good chunk of his summer preparing for the World University Games, in South Korea, and then leading Kansas/Team USA to a gold medal, Wayne Selden Jr.’s basketball journeys continued with a trip to the adidas Nations event, near Los Angeles, in early August. [It ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 2 - DE Damani Mosby

According to KU junior Damani Mosby, his first name means "tomorrow" in Italian, and for this summer's list of the most crucial Jayhawks there is no tomorrow. We'll plug in No. 2 right now and come back with the top pick in about 30 minutes. If you've ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 3 - CB Brandon Stewart

We've reached the Top 3 of this year's list of Most Crucial Jayhawks for the upcoming season, and, given the fact that KU plays in the offensive madhouse that is the Big 12, it should come as no surprise that 2 of the 3 are defensive players ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 4 - S Bazie Bates IV

Number 4 on the list — and, no, we didn't pencil him into this position because he has the IV at the end of his name — is a player who could easily have the biggest impact of any Jayhawk on the defense. A junior college transfer ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 5 - RB Ke’aun Kinner

We'll stick with offense to crack into the Top 5, where a newcomer who had a fantastic preseason camp sits as one of the most important players in KU's new Air Raid offense. His name is Ke'aun Kinner (pronounced Key-On) and he's the latest back in a ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 6 - QB Montell Cozart

Just a few days after he officially was named this year's starter, it's time to check off the Kansas quarterback on our list of most crucial Jayhawks for 2015. He's a name you're familiar with and one who has started — and even won — a few ... Continue reading

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David Beaty and staff have Charlie Weis to thank for long road ahead

The Kansas football team and first-year head coach David Beaty are less than two weeks away from the start of a new season and a new era. But when one considers the long road ahead for the first-time head coach and the program in general, it’s hard ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 7 - OL Larry Mazyck

Back to the list after some significant news out of preseason camp, we find one of the biggest dudes on the team who plays one of the most important positions in the lineup at No. 7. Here's a look. 7. Larry Mazyck, 6-foot-8, 343-pound Sr. Offensive Lineman ... Continue reading

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What naming Montell Cozart the starting QB means for Kansas football

By now, you've all surely heard that Kansas University junior [Montell Cozart has been named the Jayhawks' starting quarterback][1] for the 2015 season. So what does this mean for the team, for Cozart, for first-year coach David Beaty and for the upcoming season, which kicks off 12 ... Continue reading

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What caught my eye at Day 14 of KU football’s 2015 preseason practices

Throughout the offseason, spring ball and preseason camp, one of the biggest buzz words surrounding Kansas football has been competition. On Friday, during a practice that was split between the practice fields and the turf at Memorial Stadium, we got a heavy dose of competition from start ... Continue reading

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What caught my eye at Day 13 of KU football’s 2015 preseason practices

Thursday's practice started with a bit of patriotism for the Kansas University football team, as rear admiral Mark W. Darrah of the United States Navy spoke to the Jayhawks about leadership and the importance of operating as a team. Although the guest speaker sounds like something that ... Continue reading

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Most crucial Jayhawks 2015: No. 8 - WR Joshua Stanford

Entering the offseason, the identity of the player who would lead KU football in receiving during the 2015 season was a huge mystery and a tough question to answer. It might not be quite as difficult any more. Thanks to the addition of Virginia Tech transfer Joshua ... Continue reading

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What caught my eye at Day 12 of KU football’s 2015 preseason practices

They don't make days like Wednesday in August in Kansas very often and the Kansas University football team benefited from the beautiful conditions big time. Just over the midway point of preseason camp, KU on Wednesday ran through its 12th day of camp and 14th practice at ... Continue reading

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