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AUDIO: Assessing what KU football got out of the 2020 season & where the program goes from here

With this weekend's season finale versus Texas officially off, the 2020 Kansas football season is now over. The Jayhawks finished 0-9 and put up some pretty forgettable results. But was there anything good that came from playing this season? Benton Smith, Shane Jackson and Matt Tait dive into that question and take a look at where the program goes from here — at quarterback, along the offensive line, on defense and in terms of overall scholarship numbers.

KU Sports Hour · Assessing what KU football got out of the 2020 season & where the program goes from here

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Cora Smith

I think KU has become the juco of the Big 12. Football players come to KU to get experience by playing as a freshman or sophomore and then transfer to another program after they get experience at our expense.

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Dane Pratt

Well that was somewhat encouraging. Let’s see how many of our recruits actually sign on the dotted line on Wednesday and hopefully we don’t lose any more to the transfer portal.

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John Smith

This whole season seemed like step backward. Very discouraging and disappointing. I expected at least the same number of wins as last year and we got zero and most of time looked less competitive than last year.

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