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Big 12 Conference Adopts 9+1 Football Schedule

The Big 12 Board of Directors announced the decision to alter the conference football schedule due to the effects of COVID-19, reformatting to 10 total games for each member institution – nine conference games and one non-conference game.

πŸŠβ€β™€οΈ Keeping Up With The Freshmen: Amelie Lessing

Freshman Amelie Lessing came to KU from Boulder, Colorado, and competed for the Jayhawks in primarily the butterfly, individual medley and freestyle events. She claimed 12 top-five individual finishes over the course of her first collegiate season.

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πŸ“Έ Soccer Preseason Camp - Day 1

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🏈 KU Fall Camp Report: August 3

The Kansas Jayhawks opened up their fourth practice of Fall Camp on Monday, as the team prepares to take on Southern Illinois in the season-opener on Aug. 29 at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.

🏈 Les Miles By The Numbers

The Kansas Jayhawks enter their second season under the helm of head coach LesΒ  Miles, who enters his 18th season as a NCAA Division I head coach and 39th year coaching football.

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πŸ€ Kansas Men’s Basketball to Host Stephen F. Austin Dec. 29

Kansas men’s basketball will host Stephen F. Austin on Dec. 29, 2020, inside historic Allen Fieldhouse, replacing KU’s previously scheduled Dec. 29 game against Harvard.

πŸ“Έ Fall Camp Photo Gallery

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Tadokoro Qualifies for USGA Women's Amateur

Kansas women’s golf senior Sera Tadokoro qualified for the 2020 United States Golf Association (USGA) U.S. Women’s Amateur slated for August 3-9 at the Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Maryland.

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πŸŽ™ The Jayhawker Podcast | Dave Robisch

Dave Robisch was a two-time All-American and a two-time Big Eight Player of the Year. But he also led the Jayhawks to the 1971 Final Four and helped a campus and community heal.

From the Desk of Athletics Director Jeff Long

One month from today, we plan to kick-off the 2020 football season at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium vs. Southern Illinois on August 29th.