During the past couple of months, Kansas University football coach David Beaty continued his quest to mingle with supporters outside of the immediate area, visiting Denver, Tulsa, and various spots around the state to meet with KU fans and hear their questions, concerns and support for the rebuilding program. By Matt Tait
Troy James, a three-star defensive end from Baton Rouge, announced on Twitter around 5 p.m. Tuesday that he was orally committing to Kansas.
Garden City-bound defensive end Jamie Tago, a 6-foot-3, 250-pound prospect originally from Hawaii on Tuesday orally committed to KU. By Matt Tait
Long, lean and fast, Rodriguez Coleman had the physical tools to develop into a legitimate Big 12 wide receiver, but couldn’t follow the team rules and earned a one-way ticket out of the Kansas University football program. Coleman left the No. 1 jersey behind, and it has been filled by an even faster, more talented pass-catcher. By Tom Keegan
The Kansas University football program is not stopping at Louisiana when it comes to mining new recruiting territory. By Matt Tait
More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes posted a grade-point average of 3.0 or better during the spring semesters, lifting the cumulative GPA to a record 3.04, according to numbers released Wednesday.
Late Monday night, roughly 12 hours after learning about an oral commitment from McKinney, Texas safety Akayleb Evans earlier in the day, Kansas football coach David Beaty and company picked up another commitment from a 3-star defensive back.
The Kansas football program picked up another three-star commitment on Wednesday, marking a big day for both the player and the program. By Matt Tait
Tuesday proved to be the day a dream came true for Brian Hanni, who learned from Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zenger via telephone that he was the choice to be the next play-by-play voice of Kansas basketball and football, succeeding Bob Davis, who retired this season after holding the post since 1984. By Matt Tait
Former Lawrence radio personality and current voice of Texas Tech men's basketball, Brian Hanni, has been named the replacement to Bob Davis, who retired from his duties as the voice of Kansas basketball and football following the 2015-16 hoops season.
Joey Gilbertson, a 6-foot-4, 290-pound tackle from Wichita’s Northwest High, on Monday announced via Twitter that he had orally committed to KU. By Matt Tait
When sophomore defensive end Josh Ehambe learned that he had been selected by Kansas University strength and conditioning coach Je’Ney Jackson as this week’s Workout Warrior of the Week, one of the first places his mind traveled was to his good friend and teammate Cameron Rosser. By Matt Tait
Coaching college football is hard enough without having to figure out how to be a father at the same time. But that is exactly the challenge that Kansas University offensive line coach Zach Yenser has faced during his two seasons at KU.
The freshman quarterback became the school’s first to throw an accurate deep ball in several years. He showed promise, even in an 0-12 season, and needed the spring to smooth out the rough edges. And then Ryan Willis played in a pickup basketball game and broke his wrist. By Tom Keegan
A 6-foot-5 third-year sophomore defensive tackle from Lewisville, Texas, Daniel Wise — the first Workout Warrior of the Week — weighed in at 288 Friday, up 17 pounds from a year ago. He successfully has added weight and improved his conditioning, not an easy juggling act. By Tom Keegan