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Kansas place kicker Matthew Wyman and holder T.J. Millard react as Wyman's field goal attempt goes wide during the first quarter on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 at Memorial Stadium.

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Matthew Wyman now punting, too

Kansas University punter Eric Kahn got one chance to hang on to his starting job during Saturday's 30-20 loss to Texas Tech at Memorial Stadium. And when that kick sailed just 23 yards after KU's second offensive possession of the game, KU coach David Beaty elected to look elsewhere the rest of the way. By Matt Tait

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