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Kansas Football releases depth chart

The thunder rolls and the lightnin’ strikes

NCAA Football: Kansas at Kansas State Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

On the Big 12 coaches teleconference Monday morning, Beaty indicated he had selected a starting quarterback, but won’t be announcing it until gametime - not even to the players involved.

Unfortunately, I have to link to a Tom Keegan article, as he is the only one that I can find reporting that Carter Stanley has a hand injury, and that Peyton Bender is undoubtedly your starter.

KU’s surprise signing day recruit Octavius Matthews has a heart condition and has been deemed unfit to continue his playing career. Additionally, freshman WR Kenyon Tabor, sophomore OL Cam Durley, and senior RB Denzell Evans will miss the 2017 season due to injuries.

The first depth chart is out, of course with lots of “OR” listed. The biggest surprise might be Juco Kerr Johnson winning the #3 WR spot. Jucos Hasan Defense and Shakial Taylor won the starting corner positions, Liam Jones has won the kicking and kickoff job, Cole Moos has retained the punting job, while Steven Sims will return punts and kicks along with Daylon Charlot.

Here is your primer for Game 1 against SEMO.

A Final Four college basketball coach returns all five starters from last year’s eighth-ranked KenPom team with a top-15 defense. If that team was from a P5 league, it would be the top-ranked team to open the season.

Jud Heathcote, the famous Michigan State coach, has passed away.

Art Briles doesn’t have a CFL job after all.

The Kansas City Royals haven’t scored a run in 43 innings. (I blame Yost.)

The Rangers and Astros will play their three-game series in Tampa this week.

Matt Stafford will be the highest paid NFL player ever this year.

Here is a look at what the US needs to do over its remaining four matches to qualify for the World Cup in Russia.

HOA’s suck and are stupid.