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Podcast: Revisiting the 2008 Orange Bowl

We introduce our new writer to KU Football by watching the 2008 Orange Bowl.

It's that time of the summer where there isn't a whole lot going on, so that makes it the perfect time to get our new fans up to speed on all things KU.

As you might have read this morning, we have a new writer here at RCT who hasn't been a KU fan before, but is finding himself sucked into the hype surrounding Les Miles.

This is the first in a new series, either recurring in the Rock Chalk Podcast or something we'll spin off into it's own show. We'll take a look at moments or topics that every KU fan should be familiar with, whether they've just jumped on the bandwagon, or have been riding since they were born.

Today's topic is, naturally, the pinnacle of KU Football in modern history: the 2008 Orange Bowl.

Be sure to let us know what you think below, including other topics we should talk about in future installments and what type of format changes you might like to see.

-Why Kansas?
-Defensive dominance
-Special Teams play
-What can the current program take from this game?
-The Les Miles Factor.

Follow Andy on Twitter: @mister__brain
Follow Dean on Twitter: @DeanNoelMullen

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