Kansas defeated Boston College 48-24 last Friday night in Newton as the Jayhawks recorded their first road win, in 48 attempts, against a power five conference school. Les Miles and players credit the newly implemented RPO's for their recent upset victory. 

Kansas football returns home for its first Big 12 matchup against West Virginia Saturday. Jayhawks to watch include junior wide receiver Andrew Parchment, senior linebacker Najee Stevens-McKenzie and sophomore linebacker Jay Dineen.

Sports columnist Dylan Cunningham argues that while senior forward Katie McClure and the offense are important for Kansas soccer's success, its strengths in the defensive lineup deserve more credit.

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