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Les Miles: Carter Stanley still KU’s No. 1 QB

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Kansas football coach Les Miles explained following his team’s 31-13 defeat at No. 25 Oklahoma State on Saturday what led to a change at quarterback in the third quarter.

“We were just looking for a spark. See if we could get something going,” Miles said. “We like Carter. Carter’s good.”

KU played Manny Miles at QB for the entire third quarter before returning to Stanley in the fourth. Les Miles said Stanley will remain KU’s starting quarterback moving forward.

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Bee Bee 2 weeks, 4 days ago

The team is going backwards. The play calling is a joke. Dearmon had a couple good games and has gone to garbage since. The D is too predictable. Basically a PREVENT the whole game. The O and D lines are weak and need to hit the weight room. Les has to do better. This isn't getting it done.

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