When Jalon Daniels decided late last year to play football at the University of Kansas, the young quarterback from Lawndale, Calif., saw it as an opportunity to do something remarkable. “I’ve always wanted to be the guy to turn around a program,” Daniels recalled.
The Kansas football team’s offensive line should be back at full strength this week after all, because senior starters Api Mane and Adagio Lopeti are no longer in quarantine.
Daniel Hishaw Jr. wasn’t a recruit who generated a ton of buzz in Kansas football’s most recent signing class. But once the freshman running back arrived on campus this past summer, some of his new teammates didn’t even need to see him play to be impressed. “We knew Daniel Hishaw, from the very first time we saw his legs, that he was going to be something special,” KU receiver Andrew Parchment remembered.
Make it two watch lists in two days for the Kansas men's basketball program, which learned on Tuesday that junior guard Ochai Agbaji had been added to the Jerry West Shooting Guard of the Year Award watch list. By Matt Tait