One of the hottest topics of late has been the future of Kansas University quarterback/receiver Kale Pick.
Turner Gill’s Kansas University football team is only three players shy of contending for a Big 12 title next season: Terry Bradshaw, Jerry Rice and Ray Lewis.
Maybe T.J. Moe had it right. Five days after the Missouri wide receiver drew some heat for saying Kansas University’s football team had no advantages in this year’s Border War at Arrowhead Stadium, Moe’s offense and the entire KU team proved that claim to be true as the Tigers rolled to a 35-7 victory against Kansas.
Kansas coach Turner Gill talks after the Jayhawks' 35-7 loss to Missouri on Nov. 27, 2010.
After putting up somewhat of a fight in the first half, Kansas fell to Missouri, 35-7, in the 2010 Border War at Arrowhead Stadium.
Although Missouri coach Gary Pinkel has been through nine of these and Kansas University coach Turner Gill is preparing for his first, the two football coaches navigated similarly speedy paths to understanding exactly what the Border War rivalry was all about upon being hired at their respective schools.
Turner Gill, ever the steady personality, opened his Tuesday news conference with a bang, showing in no uncertain terms that he understands what lies ahead as Kansas prepares to take on No. 15 Missouri at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.