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

Clint Bowen says Central Michigan did a lot of quick passes, but on the longer dropbacks the Kansas line did its job and got to the quarterback.

The Kansas offense has committed two or more turnovers for 16 straight games, and must figure out a way to correct that or the road losing streak will continue.

Hakeem Adeniji says the issues on the offensive line can be corrected, and he is looking to be a better leader on the OL.

Hot taek alert: Jesse Newell predicts a KU win over Ohio.

Kansas is closing in on a record it doesn’t want. The Jayhawks haven’t been a single-digit road underdog any of the previous three seasons.

Here is an opponent’s breakdown of the Kansas offense.

Ohio is dealing with a quarterback controversy of its own.

Voice of the Jayhawks Brian Hanni catches up with blast from the past, #15 Daymond Patterson on this week’s KU Football podcast.

Five-star recruit Quentin Grimes appeared to really like the message he heard from Bill Self’s in-home visit.

The Lied Center has commissioned a special jazz performance; the music is to attempt to capture the spirit of KU Basketball legends.

Kansas Volleyball heads to the west coast for its final non-conference tune-up.

The Royals blow a 2-1 ninth inning lead, allowing Cleveland to set the MLB record for consecutive wins at 22.

Deshaun Watson wins his first game as a starting quarterback in the NFL.