Tom Amstutz hopes his last memory of Kansas University's football team isn't similar to his next one.
¢ DB Thompson ineligible ¢ Freshman a no-show ¢ Whitaker going slow ¢ So far, so good ¢ Oh, captain, my captain
Former Kansas University running back John Randle was back in the news again Friday, but this time his actions were related to football instead of the law.
Former Kansas University football player Charles Gordon, who hurt his left knee in practice with the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday, was on crutches Friday and will have a procedure performed Monday to repair cartilage damage.
Football season officially started on the hill today and for the first time in 2006, Mark Mangino's boys hit the practice field.
Running back John Randle will be on the practice field tomorrow, but not at university of kansas.
The first day of Kansas University's football practice started with few surprises (although the Jayhawks drills were closed to the public), but a former KU athlete once again had his name turn up in the headlines. Former Kansas running back John Randle -- who was kicked off the KU squad March 14, 2004 after a series of arrests -- has transferred to Southern Illinois, Saluki coach Jerry Kill said.
Former Kansas University defensive back Charles Gordon, now with the Minnesota Vikings, was carted off the field after injuring his left knee during practice on Thursday.
Northwestern State's football team already has an uphill battle to start its 2006 season, with two deeper, more polished, Division I-A teams kicking off the schedule.
Kansas University football players reported back to Lawrence on Thursday before preseason camp opens up today.
Putting the ball in the air was a problem for the 2005 Jayhawks, but now head coach Mark Mangino must improve his team at the QB spot and replace his top two wide-outs as well.
Eric Butler suddenly has one more shot.
Kansas University defensive tackle Eric Butler has one more chance at retaining his eligibility with the Jayhawk football team.
When the Kansas football team opens practice on Friday, defensive tackle Eric Butler will be there.
Kansas University's Quarterback Club will have its inaugural 2006 gathering at 5:30 p.m. today in the Adams Alumni Center on KU's campus.