The Kansas volleyball program picked up its first two victories of the season this weekend at the LUV Invitational in Nashville.
The text message came at 3:59 p.m. on Friday and was just six words long: “Thank you again for this opportunity.” By Matt Tait
When Lance Leipold first took over the Kansas football program four months ago, he kept hearing from people around the team about the potential of a redshirt freshman receiver who only made six catches the previous season. Friday night during Leipold’s first game with the Jayhawks, the head coach saw why the buzz around Lawrence Arnold wasn’t just hype.
With a season-opening home loss to FCS opponent South Dakota very much in play late Friday night at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lance Leipold’s first game as head coach, the Jayhawks survived a scare with the help of their new starting quarterback.