As a small crew in the bleachers behind him set up stadium chairs Thursday afternoon inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, University of Kansas Athletic Director Jeff Long made clear that the behavior of the fans who occupy those seats on Saturday will play a part in determining what attendance looks like for KU games moving forward.
For the third time this season, the Kansas women’s soccer team wound up on the right side of a 1-0 victory in a Big 12 Conference soccer match.
The ninth-ranked Kansas volleyball team dropped its second consecutive match to No. 1 Texas on Friday night, falling in three sets, 25-20, 25-19, 25-15.
In the Jayhawks’ conference debut at Baylor, the offense only scored twice on 12 drives. That type of production won’t keep a team competitive in the Big 12, and in order for the offense’s skill players to find the end zone with more frequency, the big blockers up front will have to keep improving.