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Kliff Kingsbury warns Red Raiders not to overlook KU

Kliff Kingsbury carefully reviewed the video from his next opponent’s most recent outing and Texas Tech’s head football coach said he came away unconvinced Kansas actually is as bad as the score indicated in the Jayhawks’ 36-point loss at Memphis a week and a half ago. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Time to give Ryan Willis four quarters

Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes II steadily develops, his statistics improving with each year. A year ago in Lawrence, he and then freshman Kansas quarterback Ryan Willis produced nearly identical passing statistics, a game won by Texas Tech, 30-20. By Tom Keegan

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Like Xavier Henry before him, KU freshman Josh Jackson joining talented, experienced Kansas roster

The current crop of Jayhawks, with freshman Josh Jackson, is going through something eerily similar to what the 2009-10 team did with Xavier Henry. The names, numbers and faces may be different, but there’s a certain amount of symmetry between the two teams. By Matt Tait

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David Beaty keeps finding positives amid KU's struggles

A quarter of the way through his second season in charge of the dormant University of Kansas football program, head coach David Beaty makes sure to appreciate signs of growth anywhere he can find them. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Any time is a good time to be on national television

Kansas takes a 36-game road losing streak into Lubbock, which lends credence to the argument that this is not a good time for the Jayhawks to play on national TV. But what if the streak ends on national TV?

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Graham, Jayhawks eyeing end of Boot Camp, arrival of Late Night

KU fans and Jayhawks alike are starting to get excited about Late Night in the Phog 2016, which is slated for 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

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Kliff Kingsbury warns Red Raiders not to overlook KU

Kliff Kingsbury carefully reviewed the video from his next opponent’s most recent outing and Texas Tech’s head football coach said he came away unconvinced Kansas actually is as bad as the score indicated in the Jayhawks’ 36-point loss at Memphis a week and a half ago. By Benton Smith