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Early Morning

Column: QB play now Bowen’s problem

Now Clint Bowen is responsible for the entire team, which includes an offense that scored a combined three points in losses to Duke and Texas, an offense triggered by a relative newcomer. What are Bowen’s plans for injecting life into an offense that hasn’t gotten off the ground for four-plus seasons? By Tom Keegan

Evening

Lifetime around KU football eases Bowen's transition to interim coach

The sign on the podium he proudly stood behind read “Kansas Jayhawk Football Head Coach Clint Bowen.” The word “interim” was nowhere to be found. And, really, it didn’t need to be there anyway. For the next nine weeks — eight games and a bye — Bowen is the Kansas University football coach. By Matt Tait

Stories

KU men’s golf moves up

Chase Hanna is tied for fifth and Kansas University men’s golf teammate Conner Peck is alone in ninth after two rounds of the Badger Invitational on Monday at the University Ridge Golf Course.

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KU hoops notebook: Morris twins still preach ‘FOE’

Marcus and Markieff Morris continue to live by the motto they preached at Kansas University: “Family Over Everything.” By Gary Bedore

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Column: QB play now Bowen’s problem

Now Clint Bowen is responsible for the entire team, which includes an offense that scored a combined three points in losses to Duke and Texas, an offense triggered by a relative newcomer. What are Bowen’s plans for injecting life into an offense that hasn’t gotten off the ground for four-plus seasons? By Tom Keegan

Radio gig caps Bowen’s wild first day

Friends, fans, family and former players packed the Salty Iguana Mexican Restaurant on Monday night for interim Kansas University football coach Clint Bowen’s first appearance on the weekly “Hawk Talk” radio show with Bob Davis. By Matt Tait