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  • Les Miles Has Some Thoughts on the Shape of the Earth

    The Big Lead "Sports are filled with some weirdos and, as such, we're privy to plenty of divergent thoughts on the shape of the Earth. Kyrie Irving made big news by doubling down on a conspiracy theory before backing away from it and apologizing. Les Miles, long a fellow who marches..." November 14

  • Mizzou, Kansas in talks to bring back football series, too

    College Football Talk "Missouri and Kansas are getting back together, at least on the basketball court. The Border Showdown is back on next December, and, now that the feeling of rekindled love is in the air, the two sides are talking about a football reunion, too. Mizzou AD Jim..." November 01

  • Kansas coach Les Miles fires Jayhawks offensive coordinator after just six games

    Kansas City Star "Coach Les Miles has made the first major coaching shakeup of his Kansas tenure. On Sunday afternoon, Miles fired offensive coordinator Les Koenning and promoted analyst Brent Dearmon into the role. This comes as KU enters its bye week, and also following the Jayhawks’ 45-20..." October 07

  • Khalil Herbert no longer with Kansas Jayhawks, Les Miles says

    ESPN "Running back Khalil Herbert, Kansas' leading rusher, is no longer with the Jayhawks, coach Les Miles has announced. Herbert said in a statement he posted on social media Thursday that he decided to redshirt before Kansas' game at TCU last weekend. He wanted..." October 04

  • The 10 college football coaches with the hottest of hot seats entering the season

    USA Today "For every head coach with rock-solid job security — Dabo Swinney and Nick Saban, to name two — there are a couple of dozen firmly on the hot seat heading into the 2019 season. One name in particular stands out: Southern California coach Clay Helton. On the heels of last..." August 19

  • 25 Names You Need to Watch for 2019 College Football Season

    Bleacher Report "Heading into the 2019 season, there is a general consensus on the top players in college football. However, the order changes a bit when thinking about the most noteworthy. We've highlighted 25 names you should prepare to hear constantly this campaign. Many of them are..." August 15

  • KU sophomore defensive lineman arrested on suspicion of DUI in Lawrence

    Kansas City Star "Kansas defensive lineman Malcolm Lee was arrested early Saturday morning by Lawrence police on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, according to logs from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department. Lee, a sophomore transfer from Iowa Western..." July 23

  • Les Miles defends Kansas’ one-game suspension for Pooka Williams

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Kansas coach Les Miles defended the one-game suspension for running back Pooka WilliamsMonday at the Big 12 Conference media days at AT&T Stadium. Williams will be suspended for Kansas’ first game against Indiana State after being arrested for assaulting..." July 15

  • Kansas RB Pooka Williams reinstated to team, will serve one-game suspension to open 2019 season

    CBS Sports "Kansas star running back Pooka Williams has rejoined the team, though his punishment stemming from a domestic battery incident last December is not entirely over.  In a university release, Kansas announced that while Williams is back with the Jayhawks, he will still serve a..." July 08

  • Kansas DB D’Juan Moore transfers to FCS Delaware

    College Football Talk "D’Juan Moore‘s stay in Lawrence turned out to be a brief — and largely uneventful — one. On his personal Twitter account Wednesday, Moore announced that he had decided to transfer into the Delaware football program and continue his collegiate playing career..." June 27

  • Kansas strength and conditioning program will report directly to medical professionals

    CBS Sports "University of Kansas athletic strength and conditioning personnel will now report directly to medical professionals in a move the school says is the first of its kind in the country. The change announced Wednesday was made, in part, because of what the school said was "increased..." May 22