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Dorance Armstrong back to practice for KU Football

We were invincible; It was our time and our day

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Bill Self seems pleased with the pace the Jayhawks played with offensively during their four games in Italy. (It is noted the games were played with a 24-second shot clock, which, of course, is not mentioned in Tait’s article.)

Self says Svi Mykhailiuk, who dropped 25 lbs this summer, showed the biggest improvement.

The five-star recruit who left Western Kentucky a few weeks ago will take a visit to KU.

Dorance Armstrong was being held out of practice as a precaution, but is now back at full speed.

Maciah Long played QB in high school, was recruited to KU as a LB, and now seems to have found a spot at DE, and is in the running to earn a starting spot opposite Dorance Armstrong.

I don’t understand how other blogs work. This article is like, half finished, and yet here is some guy opining on the KU losing streak. Is some content better than no content? (I suppose SBN would agree.) Anyway, it’s probably not even worth your click, TBH.

This guy clearly put about 4.5 seconds into researching this 2017 season preview article. This article says KU doesn’t have anything “on their roster except at linebacker, where they are really good.”

Former KU track and field star Mason Finley picked up a bronze medal at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London last week, the first US thrower to medal since 1999.

810 WHB dropped K-State like a sack of wet rocks recently, leaving the Wildcats without a radio home in the Kansas City metro area, something KSU wants to get taken care of before football season starts.

Former Baylor basketball coach Dave Bliss, who was recently caught on tape repeating his story about Patrick Dennehy being a drug dealer when he thought he was off the record, has yet another job, this time at a Las Vegas high school.