Found August 30, 2013 on Football Nation:
Kansas football isn't polarizing by any means, yet it's hard to find a realistic positional breakdown of the Jayhawks.It's probably because only hopeful local media produce in-depth content on the Jayhawks, while everyone else simply assumes (justifiably) that they'll suck.I, a die-hard Jayhawk, will do my best to lay out a very basic, honest positional breakdown that lands somewhere in between wishful thinking and degrading. We'll start up front.Nose TackleIt's worrisome that junior Marquel Combs, the 'prize' of the 2013 recruiting class, hasn't earned a starting spot yet. Hope that he wins the job eventually, unless juniors Keon Stowers and Ty McKinney are as improved as spring practice raves led us to believe.Defensive EndRedshirting the class of 2013's heavy favorite to have an immediate impact (junior Andrew Bolton) for a perfect recovery is risky. That shows a lot of faith in seniors Keba Agostinho, Kevin Young and Jordan Tavai who combi...
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