Lew Perkins’ search for a head football coach spanned nine days, at least two cities and included conversations with at least six coaches from four conferences.
Kansas athletic director Lew Perkins announced in a statement Sunday that former Buffalo coach Turner Gill will be the next head football coach at Kansas University.
Bill Self, who took his prize freshman out of Saturday’s Kansas-La Salle game with five minutes to play, summoned Xavier Henry back onto the Sprint Center court with 3:50 remaining.
If you didn’t know it already, you found out for certain on Saturday afternoon.
La Salle coach John Giannini wasn’t afraid to play the comparison game with Kansas University after his team’s 90-65 loss Saturday at the Sprint Center.
Saturday afternoon, for just the fourth time in his college career, Kansas University sophomore Tyshawn Taylor started a game on the bench.
Buffalo’s Turner Gill will be named head coach of the Kansas University football team, the Journal-World learned Saturday.
We were standing on the 11th tee box at Lawrence Country Club a couple of summers ago when Kansas University athletic director Lew Perkins asked me if I remembered what place Turner Gill finished in the Heisman Trophy voting.
Tommie Frazier had no shortage of kind words to say Saturday in support of Turner Gill, his former quarterbacks coach.
Back-to-back wins by virtually the same score were polar opposites as far as Bonnie Henrickson is concerned.
Kansas University’s Marcus and Markieff Morris visited with La Salle guard Rodney Green before and after the Jayhawks’ 90-65 victory over the Explorers on Saturday.