Kansas football coach David Beaty answers questions following his team's 24-23 loss against TCU, which moved the Jayhawks to 1-4.
After Saturday’s heartbreaking, 24-23 loss to TCU at Memorial Stadium, it’s safe to say people are starting to recognize this whole Kansas-plays-TCU-close phenomenon as a true trend. By Matt Tait
Four quarters of competitive play, especially from an injury-torn defense, brought realistic hope to the Kansas football program.
Filling in for injured linebacker Joe Dineen Jr., fellow Free State High grad Keith Loneker Jr., made the first start of his Kansas career during KU's 24-23 loss to TCU on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016 at Memorial Stadium.
The 1-3 Kansas football team might be up for its biggest challenge of the season today at Memorial Stadium, when 3-2 TCU takes the field for the Jayhawks’ Big 12 home opener.