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Chris Hughes on how KU’s offensive line has improved this offseason

Kansas players spoke to the media via zoom Thursday night after a spring football practice.

Those three players included guard Chris Hughes, defensive back Duece Mayberry and quarterback Jalon Daniels.

Hughes spoke about how the offensive line has improved this offseason after a rough 2020 campaign.

Daniels talked about what it’s been like to participate in his first spring slate after joining KU last June right after graduating high school.

Mayberry, who also played as a freshman, discussed his personal progress as a player.

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Kansas CB Duece Mayberry on progress he made during freshman campaign

Kansas players spoke to the media via zoom Thursday night after a spring football practice.

Those three players included guard Chris Hughes, defensive back Duece Mayberry and quarterback Jalon Daniels.

Hughes spoke about how the offensive line has improved this offseason after a rough 2020 campaign.

Daniels talked about what it’s been like to participate in his first spring slate after joining KU last June right after graduating high school.

Mayberry, who also played as a freshman, discussed his personal progress as a player.

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Kansas QB Jalon Daniels on how his first spring slate has gone so far

Kansas players spoke to the media via zoom Thursday night after a spring football practice.

Those three players included guard Chris Hughes, defensive back Duece Mayberry and quarterback Jalon Daniels.

Hughes spoke about how the offensive line has improved this offseason after a rough 2020 campaign.

Daniels talked about what it’s been like to participate in his first spring slate after joining KU last June right after graduating high school.

Mayberry, who also played as a freshman, discussed his personal progress as a player.

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New KU AD Travis Goff speaks to media at introductory press conference

Travis Goff was formally introduced as the school’s new athletic director Wednesday morning at the Lied Center.

Goff, who is a 2002 graduate of the University of Kansas and native of Dodge City, is the fifth AD hired by Kansas since the late Bob Frederick retired in 2001. He takes over this position at KU after nine years as the Deputy AD at Northwestern.

This hire was made 26 days after Kansas and former AD Jeff Long agreed to part ways on March 10.

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Kenny Logan discusses early defensive standouts, his role as a leader

Kansas safety Kenny Logan Jr. shared his thoughts on the Jayhawks’ first week of spring practices, as well as his personal accomplishments up to this point of his career.

A junior in 2020, Logan also discussed his role on the defense, and which young players have stood out early during this offseason.

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Nate Betts explains his move from safety to linebacker

A veteran making a move this spring to a new position, Nate Betts explained following the Jayhawks’ second spring practice what it’s like moving to linebacker.

A super-senior who came back for an extra year, Betts also shared what he likes about the KU defense so far, and what he has seen out of interim head coach Emmett Jones.

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Colin Grunhard discusses KU’s offense, O-line and why he transferred to KU

A former walk-on at Notre Dame, Kansas football center Colin Grunhard shared on Thursday some insight on his transition as a graduate transfer joining the Jayhawks this spring.

“Making a change wasn’t easy, but it was something that I was looking forward to,” Grunhard said. “The guys around here made it a lot easier.

Grunhard also shared his thoughts on the offense and how he hopes to make an impact at KU.

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Kyron Johnson ‘wouldn’t be surprised’ if KU sticks with Emmett Jones as head coach

Kansas veteran linebacker Kyron Johnson came away from the Jayhawks’ first spring practice impressed with interim head coach Emmett Jones.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if they just stay with him as the head coach,” Johnson said, “because he’s just great like that.”

A super-senior, Johnson also discussed KU’s defense and his goals for the year ahead.

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Kwamie Lassiter II on KU’s offense, interim head coach Emmett Jones

One of the Kansas offense’s veterans, super-senior receiver Kwamie Lassiter II shared his thoughts on the Jayhawks following the team’s first spring practice.

Lassiter discussed KU’s offense, as well as the team’s quarterbacks and receivers, and how everything is coming together early on, under new coordinator Mike DeBord and interim head coach Emmett Jones.

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Emmett Jones: Jayhawks ‘definitely flew around’ at energetic 1st spring practice

Following the Kansas football team’s first practice of the spring, interim head coach Emmett Jones conducted his first interview with the media since taking on his new role.

Jones shared his thoughts on the players, the offense, what’s ahead, and much more.

“You could tell those guys were anxious and excited to get back out on the field,” Jones said. “Guys definitely flew around.”

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