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Kansas football practice with new coach Les Miles

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Kansas quarterback Thomas MacVittie throws during football practice on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 within the new indoor practice facility.

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Les Miles: KU could use 2 QBs instead of picking 1 starter after all

The Kansas football team’s quarterback competition could carry over into actual games instead of reaching a conclusion during this week’s practices.

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Kansas football resuming voluntary workouts

The University of Kansas football program resumed voluntary workouts on Wednesday, 19 days after suspending offseason activities because of a dozen positive COVID-19 tests. By Matt Tait

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3 juco transfers on KU football offense point to chemistry as key to spring success

Three Class of 2019 signees who project as key members of the offense in Les Miles’ first season as head coach at the University of Kansas already are on campus. If junior college transfers and spring semester enrollees Thomas MacVittie, Ezra Naylor and Andrew Parchment are setting the world on fire during the closed portions of spring practices, when all of the critical on-field playbook and scheme preparation takes place, then Miles is keeping that information secure somewhere under his signature white cap. By Benton Smith

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'I'm not going to let it slip': Thomas MacVittie calls playing QB at KU 'amazing' opportunity

As the QB competition inspires him, so too does the basic act of being on the football field. Thomas MacVittie, whose complicated career arc led him to Kansas, said sometimes he just takes a deep breath and thinks about what’s in front of him. By Benton Smith


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