Jayhawks look to keep momentum going, start Big 12 play strong

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LAWRENCE, Kan. — Progress can happen rapidly when a new coaching staff is trying to rebuild a football program. Les Miles and Neal Brown took that notion to the extreme.
After watching West Virginia get dominated by Missouri on the road, Brown spent last week on the sideline as his Mountaineers ran roughshod over North Carolina State. And a week after Kansas lost to lowly Coastal Carolina at home, Miles had the Jayhawks flying high in a win at Boston College.
Two good wins for the Big 12. Two bad losses for the ACC.
Now, the Mountaineers (2-1) and Jayhawks (2-1) begin conference play when they meet Saturday at Memorial Stadium. West Virginia has won eight of nine in the series, though with a pair of new coaches on the sideline — and after the last couple of weeks — nobody knows quite what to expect.
“We’ve got to handle the trip much better than the first away game we had,” said Brown, who took over for the departed Dana Holgorsen after a successful four-year stint at Troy.
Well, the Jayhawks have to defend their home field a lot b

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