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Notebook: Could Miles Kendrick actually win the QB job?

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Benton Smith makes the case for Miles Kendrick as your starting quarterback.

Daniel Wise and Joe Dineen both had opportunities to leave KU following the 2017 season, but Jesse Newell reports that they both returned for the same reason: a feeling of unfinished business.

Juco CB Ricky Thomas, who just got to KU for fall camp, has apparently already moved from the bottom of the depth chart to “hovering around the top already” per David Beaty.

Tony Hull says big things are in store for Anthony “Pooka” Williams.

Steven Sims has typically been a lead-by-example player, but his position coach says this year he is being more of a vocal leader as well.

Hawk Talk with David Beaty is moving from Salty Iguana to Johnny’s Tavern West.

Fran Fraschilla calls KU and Gonzaga the “the two best teams in the country right now.”

Kinda feel like I have to link this Tait article, where he reports that KU compliance is content with the policies it has in place in the wake of the North Carolina shoe selling scandal.

Kansas volleyball will have three nationally televised matches this fall.

Kansas women’s soccer kicks off the season on Friday against #18 Pepperdine at Rock Chalk Park.

In other news...

Bush league move by the Marlins pitcher last night, intentionally beaning a guy because he’s... playing really well?

LSU and Clemson have an home-and-home agreement that still won’t settle the debate over which Death Valley is the best.

LSU’s quarterback room is clearing out, with two players recently announcing their intention to transfer.

A Clemson student could start the 2018 season at quarterback against... Clemson?