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Notebook: GoFundMe set up to advocate the removal of Kansas Jayhawks AD Sheahon Zenger

So he packed up his accordion and had to move

NCAA Football: Central Michigan at Kansas Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

A GoFundMe page has been set up to pay for an aerial banner to be flown over Memorial Stadium during a game this season and other ads to advocate for the removal of AD Sheahon Zenger.

Dorance Armstrong, Hakeem Adeniji, and Ryan Schadler all join Brian Hanni and David Lawrence on the latest KUAthletics podcast.

Kansas and Ohio are both coming off of lopsided losses caused, in part, by turnovers.

Benton Smith catches up with Hakeem Adeniji and discusses the loss to CMU.

A little film study reveals that Central Michigan scored at least two touchdowns using the same offensive play.

OC Doug Meacham says KU will “probably go for it on fourth more than the average team will,” especially once KU crosses midfield, calling punting and field goals a “buzzkill.”

This guy down in Stillwater somehow still thinks Kansas football is “trending in the right direction.”

KU’s top-ranked defensive recruit, Corione Harris, says he’s still committed to Kansas but will take all five of his official visits: Kansas, West Virginia, Texas, Mississippi State, Florida.

Bill Self has wrapped up an in-home visit with Quentin Grimes, who apparently liked what he heard from KU coaches.

Kansas women’s soccer heads to #25 Utah for a matchup this weekend.

Kansas softball has begun fall practice and released its fall exhibition schedule.

Who knew Ohio State fans were so into conspiracy theories?

Even potential Ohio State recruits are chiming in on personnel decisions, like who the starting QB should be!

This was mentioned in the comments yesterday, but wow, come on Alabama fans. Hawaii isn’t a foreign country.

19% of mU students say they have experienced “hostile conduct” on campus while 31% felt pre-judged based their identity or background at some point.

The Cleveland Indians literally can’t lose right now.

Rolling Stone takes a look at “The Weird Al Show” on its 20th Anniversary.