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Notebook: RB Taylor Martin, three others leave Kansas football

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

Benton Smith reports that RB Taylor Martin has left the football program for undisclosed reasons. Additionally, Jacob Bragg and Kenyon Tabor have been forced to retire from football due to medical reasons. The fourth player was a fullback, Quentin McQuillan.

Kansas has added Houston OL Alex Fontana as a graduate transfer.

Smith also reports that the quarterback competition is officially a three-man race this year.

Jesse Newell published a Q&A where he says he thinks KU football’s next shot at a bowl game won’t come until 2020.

Tom Keegan writes that resuming the rivalry with Missouri - in football only - would actually help KU football.

Kansas baseball dropped the bronze medal game of the World University Championship in Taiwan on Sunday.

Scott Chasen’s countdown of the top-20 wins of the Bill Self era is down to #2: Missouri in 2012.

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