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Turning point: Gill brings new style of coaching to KU - KansasCity.com
Yes winning is important, but stories like this and 30 second snippets of the team reciting the motto "BELIEVE" make it hard to not get excited about what GIll is doing and the potential for it to be something very special.
Safety net: Darrell Stuckey is gone from the Jayhawks’ defensive secondary, but his influence lives on | KUsports.com
Stuckey's leaves a big footprint on the program. Really hoping things take off with San Diego.
BV West prep Admire to graduate early | KUsports.com
This news actually broke Friday if I recall, but good news for Kansas being able to get Admire on campus for an extra offseason.
Good cop, bad cop: Pattern emerges in recent KU coaches - KansasCity.com
Proof in the pudding?
KU football preview - KansasCity.com
Not a very positive prediction. 4 wins?
Stamps RB counting on Kansas supporters to stuff ballot box | Football | Sports | Toronto Sun
Support a former Hawk in Jon Cornish
For Mangino, Leach and Leavitt, the fall from the top of the mountain was fast - KansasCity.com
How quickly can things change for a college football coach? A look at the 2008 season for three programs on the rise:
Kind of a big deal: Beefed-up Hawkinson finds home on O-line | KUsports.com
Tanner Hawkinson might be the top NFL prospect on the team right now.
In his own words: LOLs with Keith Langford | KUsports.com
KRichards put this up in a fanshot on Sunday, but just in case you missed it. Pretty good.
Preseason problems plague Tigers | The Columbia Daily Tribune - Columbia, Missouri
Columbia Tribune on the Tigers preseason off field trouble. Obviously Kansas didn't have a stellar offseason either, but problems occur everywhere.
Ndamukong Suh Gets His Money's Worth Out Of Personal Foul Penalty - SBNation.com
Suh attempts to kill Jake Delhomme this weekend.
Is the College Sports Bubble About to Burst? - Bring On The Cats
Interesting article on the sustainability of the spend, spend, spend culture in college athletics today.