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David Beaty: Peyton Bender 'taking command' at QB for KU

Speaking publicly for the first time since naming Peyton Bender his team’s starting quarterback for Saturday’s season opener, Kansas football coach David Beaty shared Monday morning some of the details that led to the decision. By Benton Smith

Evening

Tom Keegan: How many games will Kansas football win?

Every starter except defensive end Dorance Armstrong returns on defense. Center Mesa Ribordy, tight end Ben Johnson and part-time starters Chase Harrell at receiver and Zach Hannon from various spots on the offensive line, are the only significant losses to the offense.

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Tom Keegan: One depth chart not a death sentence for nonstarting newcomers

Familiar names on a depth chart, particularly for a football team coming off a 1-11 season, can breed contempt in a fan base. Understandable, but before jumping off the Kansas football bandwagon — or is it a unicycle? — calm down and consider a few mitigating factors.

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KU football reveals its first depth chart of 2018

We already knew the identity of the starting quarterback for the Kansas football team’s season opener against Nicholls State. Now some greater clarity exists for the rest of the Jayhawks’ lineup, too. By Benton Smith

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KU coach Bill Self to be honored by OSU Alumni Association

His goal, these days, is to emerge victorious at least twice a year in his matchups with his alma mater. But that did not stop Oklahoma State University’s Alumni Association from honoring Bill Self as Distinguished Alumni Award recipients for 2018. By Matt Tait

KU O-lineman Malik Clark arrested on suspicion of DUI

University of Kansas offensive lineman Malik Clark was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence this past weekend, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s online booking report.

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David Beaty: Peyton Bender 'taking command' at QB for KU

Speaking publicly for the first time since naming Peyton Bender his team’s starting quarterback for Saturday’s season opener, Kansas football coach David Beaty shared Monday morning some of the details that led to the decision. By Benton Smith