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Jeremy Case Returns to KU as Member of Coaching Staff

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Kansas News

Offensive knowledge on display at KU football's preseason practices | KUsports.com
David Beaty made one thing abundantly clear to his offensive players in the months leading up to the first practice of preseason camp. Sure, the offseason strength and conditioning would do wonders for the Kansas football players’ development, but they better not slack off on their play books, either.

Former Jayhawk Jeremy Case returning to KU | KUsports.com
"He's been on the road for the past seven seasons in the coaching profession and I was pleasantly surprised when he contacted me when this position opened," Self said of adding Case to the program. "Hopefully this will be a stepping stone that will allow him elevate himself in coaching. He has always been a great ambassador for Kansas basketball."

Jeremy Case calls chance to return to KU basketball 'a no-brainer' | KUsports.com
"I was only there (as a graduate assistant) for one year," Case told the Journal-World on Friday. "So I didn’t really get to see the behind the scenes stuff a whole lot. It’s absolutely night and day. As a player, you look at things completely differently than you do as a coach. You don’t look at certain things and you even take some of them for granted."

Charles Baldwin — another former Alabama football player — transferring to KU | KUsports.com
According to a report from CBS Sports, Baldwin was expected to compete for a starting spot on Alabama’s offense line at right tackle. However, he couldn’t stay atop the depth chart during spring practices.

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