September 10, 2016
Kansas defensive tackle Daniel Wise (96) wraps up Ohio running back Dorian Brown (28) during the fourth quarter on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 at Memorial Stadium. At left is Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. (2).
With Hurricane Irma leaving many college football programs in the southeast scrambling to rearrange their schedules, the Worldwide Leader in Sports found a gap in its programming which the Kansas Jayhawks will help fill. By Benton Smith
As Daniel Wise finished the earliest portion of his pre-game routine and made his way toward the visiting locker room last week at Jones AT & T Stadium, in Lubbock, Texas, he noticed some Texas Tech football players talking at him. The Kansas defensive tackle freed his right ear from under his headphones and engaged the Red Raiders in a bit of trash-talking. By Benton Smith
Now in his second season as head coach at Kansas, David Beaty was asked on Monday’s Big 12 coaches media teleconference whether last year's 10-point home loss to Texas Tech served as a starting point for preparing for the upcoming Thursday night rematch of sorts at Jones AT & T Stadium, in Lubbok, Texas.By Benton Smith
According to Pro Football Focus, Kansas sophomore tackle Daniel Wise played better than almost every interior defensive lineman in the nation last week during the Jayhawks’ loss to Ohio. By Benton Smith
As David Beaty and his staff prepare for the Jayhawks’ first road game of the season, the second-year Kansas football coach knows the Memphis Tigers waiting for them Saturday at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium will look significantly different from the team that came to Lawrence a year ago and trounced KU by 32 points. By Benton Smith
Kansas quarterback Montell Cozart handled all but nine offensive snaps during Saturday’s 37-21 loss to Ohio at Memorial Stadium. This, after rotating with sophomore QB Ryan Willis throughout most of last week’s season opener. By Matt Tait