Kansas coach Turner Gill talks to reporters on Sept. 28, 2010, four days before his team's game against Baylor.
The Big 12 Conference announced Monday morning that Kansas University sophomore D.J. Beshears was the league's special teams player of the week for Sept. 25.
Turner Gill addresses the media after the Jayhawks' game against New Mexico State University on September 25, 2010.
Highlights from the Jayhawks' game against New Mexico State University on September 25, 2010.
The Jayhawks' football team got back on track Saturday against New Mexico State University. The offense was clicking as KU posted 42 points.
Three touchdowns, nearly 200 total yards and big-time production as a runner, receiver and special-teams return man. Surely the performance turned in by Kansas University sophomore D.J. Beshears during the Jayhawks’ 42-16 victory against New Mexico State on Saturday night was the best game of his life, right? “In college, yes,” Beshears said.
The dash came early, the smash came late, and Kansas University’s football team finally came away with a result that was expected.
It seemed such a strange move when first-year Kansas University football coach Turner Gill took his most productive returning offensive player and sent him to the other side of the line of scrimmage to play linebacker.