Brian Borland’s enthusiasm is undeniable

Kansas defensive coordinator Brian Borland surveys his players as they are led through a stretching drill during Thursday's practice.

LAWRENCE — Lorenzo McCaskill’s attendance Thursday at a football fall camp practice in Kansas didn’t go unnoticed.

After not yet being available earlier in the week when fall camp began, the transfer to Louisiana was here. Kansas defensive coordinator Brian Borland later explained that academic work related to McCaskill’s previous college stoppage is now out of the way, meaning the super senior linebacker can compete for playing time with the Jayhawks as many expected. And yet, the excitement with which Borland sometimes spoke, explaining why 2022 may be different for his side of the ball compared to 2021, was by no means focused solely on McCaskill or McCaskill’s positional group alone.

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