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KU coach David Beaty talks ahead of Texas Tech

University of Kansas head coach David Beaty speaks to reporters ahead of a road tilt with Texas Tech. Beaty fired offensive coordinator Doug Meacham during the bye week.

Beaty said the coordination of the offense for the remainder of the season would be a team effort, but added that he will have final say regarding in-game play calling.

Kansas (2-4 overall, 0-3 Big 12) travels to Texas Tech at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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KU quarterback Peyton Bender on offensive change

University of Kansas quarterback Peyton Bender speaks to reporters about the recent change on offense. During the bye week, head coach David Beaty fired offensive coordinator Doug Meacham.

Beaty said the coordination of the offense for the remainder of the season would be a team effort, but added that he will have final say regarding in-game play calling.

Kansas (2-4 overall, 0-3 Big 12) travels to Texas Tech at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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Head coach Bill Self talks during KU Media Day

University of Kansas head coach Bill Self talks to reporters during the team's annual preseason media day Wednesday.

Self spoke directly about the FBI investigation and the status of sophomore forward Silvio De Sousa. He also answered questions about junior forward Dedric Lawson, freshman guard Quentin Grimes and freshman froward Ochai Agbaji.

Kansas begins the regular season by taking on Michigan State during the Champions Classic on Nov. 6.

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KU coach David Beaty previews WVU

University of Kansas coach David Beaty spoke to reporters at his weekly presser Tuesday afternoon. Kansas (2-3, 0-2 Big 12) will have a road tilt with No. 9 West Virginia (4-0, 2-0) this weekend.

The Jayhawks are coming off a 48-28 home loss to Oklahoma State, while the Mountaineers claimed a 42-34 victory over Texas Tech.

KU is 1-6 against WVU, dropping the previous four meetings between the two teams.

Kansas travels to West Virginia at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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KU Sports Extra: Talking About The Quarterback

After Carter Stanley passed for 247 yards and three touchdowns in the Kansas football team’s 48-28 home loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday, head coach David Beaty was reluctant to name the redshirt junior the team’s new starter.

In fact, Beaty didn’t want to talk about the position at all after a few questions on the subject.

Beat writer Benton Smith and Tom Keegan discuss what is going on with KU’s QB situation and where the Jayhawks go from here.

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Carter Stanley after loss to OSU

Kansas junior quarterback Carter Stanley spoke to reporters following a 48-28 loss to Oklahoma State at David Booth Memorial Stadium Saturday. Stanley threw three touchdowns in his first start of the season.

Senior quarterback Peyton Bender started the first four games of the 2018 season, which included a two-game win streak during nonconference play. For the season, Bender is 53 of 89 for 490 yards and four touchdowns.

Sophomore Miles Kendrick has also seen time at quarterback for the Jayhawks, though he was unavailable against Oklahoma State due to an injury.

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KU coach David Beaty on loss to OSU

Head coach David Beaty spoke to reporters following a 48-28 loss to Oklahoma State at David Booth Memorial Stadium Saturday. The Jayhawks (2-3, 0-2) have dropped the last nine meetings with the Cowboys.

Oklahoma State scored two touchdowns in the first quarter en route to a convincing win over Kansas.

Junior quarterback Carter Stanley, who got his first start of the year, threw three touchdown passes in the loss. Senior receiver Steven Sims led the way with 10 catches for 89 yards and a score.

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Ochai Agbaji and Lagerald Vick talk Late Night

Kansas freshman Ochai Agbaji and senior Lagerald Vick answer questions from reporters following Late Night in the Phog, on Friday.

Agbaji describes his first Allen Fieldhouse experience in front of fans, the Jayhawks’ depth and 2 Chainz.

Vick discusses being back at the fieldhouse as a senior after leaving the program following his junior season with intentions of playing professionally.

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Bill Self’s Late Night assessments, from 2 Chainz to ‘bad ball’

Following his team’s annual Late Night in the Phog event Friday night at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self discusses the show-closing scrimmage, which featured 10 points form senior guard Lagerald Vick for the losing Blue team and 11 by sophomore guard K.J. Lawson for the winning Crimson team.

The Crimson group, which also featured junior center Udoka Azubuike and freshman guards Quentin Grimes and Devon Dotson, won 46-37 in the 20-minute scrimmage with a running clock.

Self gets into how he handles captains, Vick returning for his senior season, the pre-scrimmage performance by 2 Chainz, “bad ball” by his players and much more.

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KU basketball players talk after boot camp

Junior Mitch Lightfoot and freshman David McCormack spoke to reporters Wednesday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. The Kansas men's basketball team finished its boot camp on Tuesday.

Lightfoot answered questions about adding muscle in the offseason, while McCormack discussed the team's interior depth.

Late Night in the Phog is slated to begin at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

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