It’s starting to look like a painful game of musical chairs for the Kansas University football program, as head coach Charlie Weis continues to search for ways to shuffle the deck in hopes of getting the Jayhawks’ offense going. By Matt Tait
For the fourth time since Sept. 10, the Kansas University football team will take a new-look offensive line into game week, as the Jayhawks prepare for Saturday’s 11 a.m. kickoff at TCU. By Matt Tait
Save yourself the trouble of tossing over your shoulder haystack after haystack of negativity surrounding the Kansas University football program in search of that elusive needle pointing upward. You won’t find it on the rest of the schedule, but it will start to show its head during spring football. Column by Tom Keegan
Kansas University coach Bill Self expects more — much more — from point guard Naadir Tharpe in his junior season. “I need Naadir to be our most valuable player,” Self said Tuesday before the Coaches vs. Cancer Season Tipoff Reception at Municipal Auditorium. By Jesse Newell
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