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Kansas Football sets higher expectations for program

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No. 1 overall recruit DeAndre Ayton picks Arizona over Kansas, Kentucky |

Because of KU's status as the first team in on Ayton and the team that invested the most time recruiting him, many believed that Ayton would have a difficult time saying no to KU coach Bill Self and lead recruiter Kurtis Townsend.

KU football heads into Week 2 with even more hop in its step |

Whether it showed up in receivers making catches and securing the ball the proper way, other wideouts blocking down field or offensive linemen playing with proper technique and pad level, Beaty said the opener provided plenty of evidence that his team was improving.

Beaty talks Ohio in weekly press conference

Kansas head football coach David Beaty met with the media Tuesday afternoon in Mrkonic Auditorium inside the Anderson Family Football Complex to preview the Jayhawks' upcoming bout with Ohio.

Jayhawks' move from heavy underdog to slight favorite not that crazy by Las Vegas standards |

Chris Andrews, a veteran bookmaker with more than two decades of experience setting lines in Las Vegas, said he was not all that surprised by the recent activity surrounding KU’s Week 2 match-up with Ohio.

Kansas finally has something to celebrate after ending 15-game slide - Big 12 Blog- ESPN

Coach David Beaty hopes Kansas' first win in almost 22 months, a rout of Rhode Island, is a step toward higher expectations for the program.

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Forde-Yard Dash: Who got it done in Week 1 and who needs to improve (quickly)

Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (party hats sold separately at UL-Monroe, which was the only FBS school in the state of L-L-L-Louisiana to win its opener).

Holding a football game at Bristol Motor Speedway looks like a terrible idea | For The Win

Good luck to any fan planning to go to Bristol with any hopes of actually seeing a football game.

Kirk Ferentz re-signs with Iowa through 2025 season

Ferentz's last contract, which was for 10 years at roughly $40 million, was set to expire in early 2020. He is in his 18th season leading the Hawkeyes, and will see his salary jump to $4.5 million per year under the new deal, with performance bonuses yet to be detailed.

Texas has overwhelming athleticism and blue chip talent. Shaka Smart is just getting started -

The Longhorns are the No. 25 team in our college basketball countdown.

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The Vikings knew it was stupid to trade for Sam Bradford, and they did it anyway -

Rick Spielman’s gamble illustrates how even smart people can succumb to wild desperation.

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This high school kicker proves kickers have been doing onside kicks wrong -

This is how you should do onside kicks moving forward.