The often sloppy, never dull season-opener revealed enough to draw three conclusions about David Beaty’s first Kansas University football team as head coach. First, it might not win a game. Second, it won’t ever quit trying, no matter how discouraging the scoreboard. Third, Beaty isn’t going to peer out from under his baseball cap looking for someone to blame. By Tom Keegan
Add junior Ke'aun Kinner's name to the list of recent Kansas University running backs who turned in one heck of a game in their Jayhawk debuts. By Matt Tait
Junior running back Ke’aun Kinner rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries.
After a fumbled snap kept Kansas football from running a play in the final seconds of a 41-38 loss to South Dakota State Sept. 5, 2015, at Memorial Stadium, new KU coach David Beaty addresses the issues on that play ...
After Kansas failed to spike the ball in the final seconds of a 41-38 loss to South Dakota State, quarterback Montell Cozart explains how things broke down and kept KU from attempting a game-tying field goal.
After several close calls, FCS program South Dakota State has finally defeated a bigger Football Bowl Subdivision school. The Jackrabbits, who lost to Minnesota by three points in 2009, Nebraska and Kansas by 14 points in 2010 and 2012, and Missouri by 20 tallies last season, improved to 1-7 all-time as a Division I program against the FBS by outlasting KU, 41-38, on Saturday in steamy Memorial Stadium. By Gary Bedore
The David Beaty era begins Saturday for Kansas football, as the new head coach and his Jayhawks open the 2015 season against South Dakota State at Memorial Stadium.