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Kansas football practice with new coach Les Miles

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Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley fakes a handoff during football practice on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 within the new indoor practice facility.

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Notebook: Why Les Miles is sticking with Carter Stanley at QB

Les Miles wanted to rewatch his Kansas football team’s 12-7 loss to Coastal Carolina before doing anything drastic like saying he might need to make a change at quarterback. By Monday morning, when Miles spoke to the media for the first time since Carter Stanley threw two interceptions and only passed for 107 yards on Saturday, the head coach had decided no such extreme change was necessary. By Benton Smith

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Hurricane forces Coastal Carolina football team, family of KU QB to evacuate

As Hurricane Dorian slowly headed toward the southeastern Atlantic coast on Monday, its coming impact was on the minds of members of both the Kansas football team and the Jayhawks’ next opponent, Coastal Carolina. By Benton Smith

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Jayhawks confident RPO plays will be effective with their personnel

In the seven-plus months since he was hired to breathe some life into a dormant Kansas football program, head coach Les Miles has proven unwavering in his quest to reveal only the vaguest details about what he envisions for KU’s offense this coming fall. Nevertheless, it seems one key component for the Jayhawks will be the run-pass option calls that appear in offensive coordinator Les Koenning’s playbook. By Benton Smith

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Carter Stanley in thick of yet another KU football QB competition

What better person to ask about the Jayhawks’ current situation at QB, considering this is Round 4 for Carter Stanley when it comes to vying for the most prominent starting job? By Benton Smith


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