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Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. (2) celebrates with Kansas wide receiver Jeremiah Booker (88) after Armstrong forced a fumble during the first quarter on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016 at Memorial Stadium.

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Notebook: KU 'not' close to naming starting QB

In less than two weeks, the Kansas football team will make it’s season debut. So it’s just a matter of time before the coaches will announce the Jayhawks’ starting quarterback, one would assume. By Benton Smith

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Dorance Armstrong Jr. becomes KU's first Big 12 preseason Defensive Player of Year

The secret is out. The University of Kansas is the home of one of the Big 12’s best football players. Despite the program’s longstanding struggles to escape the conference’s basement, the talent of junior defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. is so great that media voted Armstrong the preseason Defensive Player of the Year in the Big 12. By Benton Smith

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Five things to watch with Kansas football this spring

Third-year Kansas football coach David Beaty and his players still have close to six months to get through before the 2017 season officially begins, but it feels much closer than that as of this weekend, with spring practices beginning on Monday. Here are five things to watch as KU enters spring football, a crucial portion of the offseason. By Benton Smith

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'Proud' Jayhawk Dorance Armstrong now a first-team All-Big 12 defender

AP selects Wise and Smithson for second team

No, the season didn’t go as well for Kansas football as Dorance Armstrong Jr. would’ve hoped. However, the sophomore defensive end entered the winter offseason encouraged. Now KU’s standout defensive playmaker can realize even further gratification. The Associated Press on Tuesday named Armstrong to its All-Big 12 first team. By Benton Smith

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Armstrong vs. Willis: Big 12's top defensive ends finally meet (sort of)

At no point Saturday will Dorance Armstrong Jr. and Jordan Willis take the field at the same time and line up against each other to go one-on-one in the Sunflower Showdown. But Armstrong knows the name and game of Kansas State’s Willis as well as some of the offensive linemen he figures out ways to rush past in pursuit of quarterbacks. By Benton Smith

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Dorance Armstrong Jr. added to Hendricks Award watch list

Dorance Armstrong Jr’s pursuit of opposing quarterbacks makes Big 12 foes respect and fear his ability as an edge rusher. Now the Kansas defensive end’s stellar sophomore season has gained him some national recognition. Armstrong, a 6-foot-4 sophomore from Houston, had his name added to the Ted Hendricks Award watch list this week. By Benton Smith

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Tackles for loss remarkable sign of Kansas defense's improvement

By the time a winless 2015 came to a close for the University of Kansas football team, the program had plenty to address in the offseason. Defensively, coordinator Clint Bowen seemed to have as immense a reclamation project to take on as anyone. Looking back at it now, head coach David Beaty says his defensive leader took the team’s underwhelming performance personally. By Benton Smith


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