February 16, 2013
Too many recent college graduates seem convinced that because they compiled a nearly perfect grade point average, piled up the volunteer hours and used the just the right blend of colors on the resume, Fortune 500 companies will engage in a bidding war to hire their new CEO.
Most — but not all — of Kansas University’s football players recently headed home to recharge their minds and bodies after an intense summer of workouts, conditioning and classes. Junior safety Cassius Sendish hopes they remember the point of all their hard work. By Matt Tait
Kansas University safety Cassius Sendish, a junior college transfer likely to start for the Jayhawks, looked back on his days of youth football and it didn’t take him long to mention the name of a Kansas great whom Sendish never has met: Gale Sayers. Column by Tom Keegan
The Big 12 on Tuesday released the names of the 34 football players who will represent their schools at the annual Big 12 media days later this month in Dallas. Three veteran Jayhawks will be joined by juco transfer Cassius Sendish, who has made a good impression since his arrival in January. By Matt Tait
Although Kansas University football's eight midyear transfers — junior-college players who left their previous schools early and are enrolled at KU this spring — all have had different experiences and adjusted to life in Lawrence in their own ways, there are a few areas in which the transition has been the same. Most often, that has been in the weight room. By Matt Tait