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LB Nick Channel on making his first career start for the Jayhawks

Following a bye week, Kansas is set to return to action with a road contest against West Virginia in Morgantown this weekend. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday in a game that will be televised on FS1. The Jayhawks are 0-3 (0-2 Big 12) through three ... Continue reading

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Center Api Mane on how KU’s o-line can improve after bye week

Following a bye week, Kansas is set to return to action with a road contest against West Virginia in Morgantown this weekend. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday in a game that will be televised on FS1. The Jayhawks are 0-3 (0-2 Big 12) through three ... Continue reading

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Jonathan Wallace on benefit of having both RBs on the field together

Following a bye week, Kansas is set to return to action with a road contest against West Virginia in Morgantown this weekend. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday in a game that will be televised on FS1. The Jayhawks are 0-3 (0-2 Big 12) through three ... Continue reading

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Recruiting coordinator Joshua Eargle believes 2021 class can be a ‘game-changer’

Following a bye week, Kansas is set to return to action with a road contest against West Virginia in Morgantown this weekend. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday in a game that will be televised on FS1. The Jayhawks are 0-3 (0-2 Big 12) through three ... Continue reading

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Offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon evaluates how QBs have performed through 3 games

Following a bye week, Kansas is set to return to action with a road contest against West Virginia in Morgantown this weekend. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday in a game that will be televised on FS1. The Jayhawks are 0-3 (0-2 Big 12) through three ... Continue reading

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Defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot on how defense has performed through 3 games

Following a bye week, Kansas is set to return to action with a road contest against West Virginia in Morgantown this weekend. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday in a game that will be televised on FS1. The Jayhawks are 0-3 (0-2 Big 12) through three ... Continue reading

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Markieff Morris becomes the latest former Jayhawk to win an NBA title

Add Markieff Morris’ name to the list of former Jayhawks who have won an NBA title. His place as the 13th former Kansas basketball player to win a world championship became official Sunday night, when Morris and the Los Angeles Lakers knocked off the Miami Heat, 106-93, ... Continue reading

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Kansas football coach Les Miles provides an update on his condition in short Twitter video

It's been four days since Kansas football coach Les Miles announced he had tested positive for COVID-19, but the second-year KU coach's spirits appear to be in good shape. Miles shared as much on Sunday in a short video posted to Twitter that updated his condition. "I ... Continue reading

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He Will, He Won’t, He Might 2020: Silvio De Sousa

Well, believe it or not, it’s time for the last go around for Kansas forward Silvio De Sousa. In some ways it seems like he just got here. In others, it seems like he’s been here for a decade. But either way, De Sousa has yet to ... Continue reading

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A quick look at KU football’s interim head coaching options in case Les Miles has to miss time

Despite the fact that Kansas football coach [Les Miles announced Thursday that he has tested positive for COVID-19,][1] the plan, at least as of today, is for him to coach the 0-3 Jayhawks in their next game at West Virginia on Sept. 17. However, considering that we ... Continue reading

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More clues about what the 2020-21 Kansas basketball schedule might look like

**Friday update:** So much for this year's potential KU-Virginia matchup in the regular season. According to multiple reports, including those from CBS Sports reporters Matt Norlander and Jon Rothstein, Kansas will face Boise State in the opening round of the Wooden Legacy tournament in Orlando on Nov. ... Continue reading

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Three key numbers on KU’s defense during 0-3 start

Kansas is off to an 0-3 start, and staring down a possible winless campaign in Year 2 of the Les Miles era. The offense certainly deserves a ton of blame for the slow start, which was highlighted by a few key numbers in [yesterday’s blog][1]. But now ... Continue reading

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Markieff Morris helps pull the Los Angeles Lakers within 1 win of 2020 NBA title

For the second consecutive game in the NBA Finals, former Kansas forward Markieff Morris played a key role in the Los Angeles’ Lakers game plan. Tuesday night, during the Lakers’ 102-96 win over Miami in Game 4 of the Finals, Morris topped the 20-minute mark for the ... Continue reading

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Answering reader questions about the current state of Kansas football

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He Will, He Won’t, He Might 2020: Mitch Lightfoot

For the second installment of this season’s “He Will, He Won’t, He Might” feature here at KUsports.com, we’re ripping off the redshirt and taking a look at what’s ahead for senior forward Mitch Lightfoot. The man that coaches say bleeds crimson and blue, Lightfoot sat out the ... Continue reading

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Three key numbers on KU’s offense during 0-3 start

With it being a bye week, now is as good of a time as any to see where the Kansas football team stands with nearly one-third of the 2020 season in the books. To say KU’s offense has been underwhelming during the team’s 0-3 start would be ... Continue reading

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How an extra year of eligibility because of COVID might impact the current Kansas basketball roster

Sometime next week, NCAA officials are expected to vote on allowing men's basketball players an extra year of eligibility because of the COVID-19 pandemic — a move that could make an impact on Kansas' roster. The NCAA passed a similar proposal for all fall sports athletes earlier ... Continue reading

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Markieff Morris’ career night not enough for the Lakers in Game 3 of the NBA Finals

The Miami Heat cut the NBA Finals lead of the Los Angeles Lakers to 2 games to 1 with a 115-104 victory on Sunday night in Game 3. But former Jayhawk Markieff Morris was not to blame for the Lakers failing to take control of the series. ... Continue reading

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Takeaways from KU’s 47-7 loss to Oklahoma State

So it looks like I missed an interesting game on Saturday, when the Kansas football team was crushed by Oklahoma State, 47-7, at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. I was busy [covering a different game][1] in Lawrence at the time, which is why my initial takeaways are ... Continue reading

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Saturday’s unveiling of the John Hadl and Gale Sayers statues at KU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zu4qGbgRCnY&feature=youtu.be Continue reading