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Kansas offensive lineman Earl Bostick Jr. blocks the pass rush of linebacker Kyron Johnson during a 2021 spring practice.

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'We can't let this happen': KU football's O-linemen helping Jason Bean avoid sacks of late

When Kansas football quarterback Jason Bean got sacked five times during a Week 2 loss against Coastal Carolina — the team’s first FBS opponent of the season — no one knew for sure how much of an issue protecting the QB would be for the Jayhawks. In the three games since then, however, the play of KU’s offensive line has improved, and Bean has only suffered one sack.

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5 questions with KU football starting LT Earl Bostick Jr.

Ahead of KU’s nonconference finale at Duke (3 p.m. Saturday, ACC Network), Earl Bostick Jr. reflected on his career path and looked ahead to how KU’s O-linemen hope to make progress.

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Notebook: Earl Bostick Jr. settling in at left tackle for KU; possible starting O-line emerging

Late in the 2020 season Kansas offensive lineman Earl Bostick Jr. moved from right tackle to left tackle. It looks like he’s there to stay.


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