Kansas football coach David Beaty meets with the media following KU's 44-20 loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 at Memorial Stadium.
Ke’aun Kinner rushed for 145 yards on 14 carries.
When Kansas safety Fish Smithson delivered the first sack of his college career in the first quarter Saturday against Oklahoma State, the impact of the play didn’t stop with junior quarterback Mason Rudolph heading toward the Memorial Stadium turf. By Benton Smith
Montell Cozart bounced back from a two-week benching well enough for head coach David Beaty to say Cozart will start Saturday in Norman vs. Oklahoma. Reading what else Beaty said leads to conclusion that he Cozart will start the remainder of the season, barring injuries. By Tom Keegan
After two weeks of sophomore Ryan Willis at quarterback, Kansas football coach David Beaty announced Saturday morning, a few hours before the Jayhawks’ homecoming game against Oklahoma State, his decision to return to junior Montell Cozart as the No. 1 QB. By Benton Smith
The Kansas football team has gone five games, with a bye week mixed in, without winning a game since trouncing FCS foe Rhode Island in its season opener. KU’s only close call in that span came two weeks ago at Memorial Stadium, and that’s where David Beaty’s Jayhawks (1-5 overall, 0-3 Big 12)— desperate for a win — will play again today for their homecoming game against Oklahoma State (4-2, 2-1).