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Ex-KU coach Mark Mangino building happy, healthy life at alma mater

Former Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino says he’s “having more fun right now than I’ve had in a long, long time in coaching” during his first few months at Youngstown State, his alma mater. Mangino is YSU's assistant head coach, tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator. By Tom Keegan

KU offensive tackle Sterling a changed man

The joke Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis liked to tell during fall camp in 2012 was that then-newcomer Aslam Sterling, an offensive tackle from Nassau Community College in New York, was a cheeseburger shy of 400 pounds.

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NBA rookie McLemore assists at Self camp

Ben McLemore, who had hoped to be selected first or second, but slipped to seventh overall in the 2013 NBA Draft, carries some added motivation into his first pro season and has his sights set on the Rookie of the Year award. By Gary Bedore

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Jayhawks thank fans with first look at fall football

Whether they came for the football or the autographs that came afterward, an estimated 3,500 Kansas University fans enjoyed a pleasant Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium for Fan Appreciation Day. By Matt Tait

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Ex-KU coach Mark Mangino building happy, healthy life at alma mater

Former Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino says he’s “having more fun right now than I’ve had in a long, long time in coaching” during his first few months at Youngstown State, his alma mater. Mangino is YSU's assistant head coach, tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator. By Tom Keegan

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Pierson, Coleman held out as precaution

Kansas junior receivers Tony Pierson and Rodriguez Coleman did not participate in the Jayhawks’ Friday practice that was open to media members.