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Notebook: Previewing the Kansas - Texas Tech matchup

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Who can it be knocking at my door?

NCAA Football: West Virginia at Kansas Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

JayhawkSlant talks to RedRaiderSports.com to preview Saturday’s game.

VivaTheMatadors talks about what this week means for Texas Tech football and notes that the Raiders cannot lose focus and must take care of business. VTM also previews the matchup on their podcast.

Jesse Newell isn’t predicting a win this time out, but is thinking it will be a fun game to watch.

More publications are beginning to put David Beaty on their list of “hot seat” coaches.

Benton Smith asks if Kansas will stick to the running game that saw success against West Virginia, or if that was a one-time game plan for a specific opponent.

Smith also ponders if Daylon Charlot is due for a big game. However, his reasoning makes no sense: Well Khalil Herbert didn’t see much action earlier in the season, and he broke out, so that means Charlot could do the same. What?

Mike Lee emerged from a violent New Orleans neighborhood before his life was upended by Hurricane Katrina. Lee spent two months living in the Superdome before his family moved to Dallas looking for a fresh start.

Kansas’ starting fullback Caperton Humphrey’s story is an inspiring one, if you’re into working hard for things you want. And yes that was a liberal joke.

Charles Gordon joins Brian Hanni on the latest KUAthletics podcast.

Matt Tait takes a look at Udoka Azubuike and what KU fans might be able to expect from the big fella.

More Lawson brothers could be on their way to KU.

Has Dave Doeren’s success this year at NC State changed (or enhanced) you stance on the current Kansas head coach?

Don’t worry, you guys. John Calipari knows how to fix college basketball.

Will the US miss the 2018 World Cup? Here is what the US needs to do to ensure that doesn’t happen.

Jose Altuve, the new Mr. October.