Apparently the Kansas football team’s ongoing quarterback competition remains too close to call, a little more than a week before the Jayhawks’ 2020 debut. That doesn’t mean KU will try to play both Thomas MacVittie and Miles Kendrick when the season arrives, though.
Kansas Athletics Director Jeff Long said Friday that the department would undergo another round of furloughs and salary cuts as it continues to struggle with cash flow amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kenny Logan Jr. appeared in all 12 games for the Kansas football team as a true freshman a year ago. But if your eyes weren’t glued to the action during special teams situations you might have missed him. Logan should be much easier to spot when the Jayhawks play this season, with his role expanding to defense.