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Max Falkenstien celebration of life set for Saturday

When former radio broadcaster [Max Falkenstien died in late July at the age of 95,][1] Jayhawks everywhere jumped at the chance to share their best stories of the man who called KU games for 60 years. On Saturday, the party will continue at the Lied Center on ... Continue reading

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KU point guard Devon Dotson drops short workout video that shows off strength, improvement

Sure, the opportunity was greater than what most get, and, yeah, the numbers were good not great. But there’s no disputing that Kansas point guard Devon Dotson, now on the brink of his second season with the program, had a solid freshman season for the Jayhawks in ... Continue reading

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Predicting 2019’s top Jayhawks: No. 8, O-linemen Malik Clark and Hakeem Adeniji

As the start of the college football season inches closer by the minute, here at KUsports.com and the Lawrence Journal-World we are counting down to kickoff by each day revealing a new KU player on Benton Smith’s list predicting the top 11 Jayhawks for the 2019 season. ... Continue reading

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Kansas commitment Dajuan Harris jumps in latest Rivals rankings

Class of 2020 point guard Dajuan Harris recently received an Ochai-Agbaji-like bump in the updated Rivals.com rankings. Harris, a 6-foot-1, 160-pound point guard from Columbia, Mo., who committed to KU in July and continues to work toward completing the necessary academic requirements to get to campus in ... Continue reading

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He Will, He Won’t, He Might 2019: Udoka Azubuike

Earlier this week, we took a look at a few “He Will, He Won’t, He Might” predictions for the player who figures to make the Kansas basketball offense go this season — point guard Devon Dotson. Now, let’s shift gears — and uniform sizes — to the ... Continue reading

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Predicting 2019’s top Jayhawks: No. 9, OLB Azur Kamara

As the start of the college football season inches closer by the minute, here at KUsports.com and the Lawrence Journal-World we are counting down to kickoff by each day revealing a new KU player on Benton Smith’s list predicting the top 11 Jayhawks for the 2019 season. ... Continue reading

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Predicting 2019’s top Jayhawks: No. 10, ILB Kyron Johnson

As the start of the college football season inches closer by the minute, here at KUsports.com and the Lawrence Journal-World we are counting down to kickoff by each day revealing a new KU player on Benton Smith’s list predicting the top 11 Jayhawks for the 2019 season. ... Continue reading

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KU head coach Les Miles speaks to media during preseason camp

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCM3ZznQGic&t=3s Kansas head coach Les Miles spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon during preseason camp. Miles spoke highly of his backfield and offensive line when asked about the strength of the Jayhawks in 2019. Miles also gave an update on how Tuesday's scrimmage went, in which a pair ... Continue reading

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Preseason ranking, title odds indicate Indiana State could be tough test for KU

If any team knows not to overlook an FCS foe, it is the Kansas football program. With the 2019 season opener a little over a week away, there is still so much uncertainty about both Kansas and Indiana State. The two teams will square off at 11 ... Continue reading

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Predicting 2019’s top Jayhawks: No. 11, WR Andrew Parchment

As the start of the college football season inches closer by the minute, here at KUsports.com and the Lawrence Journal-World we are counting down to kickoff by each day revealing a new KU player on Benton Smith’s list predicting the top 11 Jayhawks for the 2019 season. ... Continue reading

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He Will, He Won’t, He Might 2019: Devon Dotson

Now that we’re deep into August and the start of the 2019-20 school year is just a week away, it’s time to kick off another round of “He Will, He Won’t, He Might,” here at Kusports.com. If you’re not familiar with this feature, here’s a quick explanation: ... Continue reading

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Predicting a depth chart for KU’s offensive line

Kansas offensive line coach Luke Meadows loves his position group. In his first season in Lawrence, Meadows has multiple players that will make an impact on the offensive line. It is the main reason why he plans to rotate guys this fall. Meadows even has plenty to ... Continue reading

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2020 point guard Caleb Love sets Kansas visit, four others

With the start of another school year right around the corner, things are beginning to heat up in the 2020 college basketball recruiting class. And that usually means official visits, trimmed-down lists and fall commitments are forthcoming, as well. Caleb Love, a 4-star point guard from St. ... Continue reading

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It takes more than 2 good shots to tame No. 9 at Prairie Highlands in Olathe

As you approach the back tees on the ninth hole at Prairie Highlands Golf Club, you might think you took a wrong turn and are suddenly standing in the middle of an open field on the plains of Kansas. With thick prairie grass surrounding all four tee ... Continue reading

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KU coach Les Miles speaks to reporters at Media Day

Kansas coach Les Miles spoke to reporters Friday afternoon during Media Day. Miles discusses a variety of topics during his 20-minute press conference, including an update on the starting quarterback competition. The Jayhawks are now inching closer to the start of the 2019 season, which will be ... Continue reading

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Relax; Not all is lost with Andrea Hudy leaving Kansas basketball

Let’s take a rational look at the news that strength coach extraordinaire Andrea Hudy is leaving the Kansas basketball program, shall we? OK. I get it. A lot of you are out-of-your-minds upset — both angry and emotional — about [the news of Hudy’s departure, which first ... Continue reading

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One of the top prep football players in Alabama eyeing Kansas for basketball, too

Conner Teahan tried it, Mario Kinsey did it before that, Clint Normore won a national championship by doing it back in 1988 and James Sosinski is the most recent name you might recognize who pulled off the feat. Today, there’s an interesting prospect out there who appears ... Continue reading

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KU’s Thomas MacVittie ranked last among Big 12 quarterbacks by Pro Football Focus

Nobody knows if Thomas MacVittie is the answer for the Kansas football team. The Jayhawks have struggled to find stability at the quarterback position for the past decade. MacVittie transferred to Kansas from Mesa Community College this offseason, and has appeared to become the favorite to land ... Continue reading

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Agbaji, Azubuike impress at Nike Skills Academy in California

A couple of current Jayhawks recently spent some time in Southern California, showing off their bodies and abilities at the annual Nike Skills Academy. Dozens of pro scouts were on hand to watch the select group that included KU sophomore Ochai Agbaji and senior Udoka Azubuike run ... Continue reading

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Early betting line suggests season opener won’t be easy win for KU football

Year 1 of the Les Miles experience is a little over two weeks away. While fans are eager to see what happens in Miles’ debut as head coach of the Kansas football team, there is still a level of uncertainty regarding this program. Miles has been understandably ... Continue reading

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