October 28, 2017
Kansas safety Mike Lee (11) celebrates with Kansas safety Tyrone Miller Jr. (22) after stopping Kansas State on a fourth and 1 during the first quarter on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 at Memorial Stadium.
We already knew the identity of the starting quarterback for the Kansas football team’s season opener against Nicholls State. Now some greater clarity exists for the rest of the Jayhawks’ lineup, too. By Benton Smith
Because typical starting safety Mike Lee understood the missed assignments and tackles that inspired defensive coordinator Clint Bowen to take away his starting job weren’t acceptable, the demotion began having its intended effect on him as soon as the ensuing practice. By Benton Smith
Junior captain and standout defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr., who suffered an ankle injury during the second quarter of KU’s loss to rival Kansas State and didn’t return, was cleared to practice Tuesday and could be back to full strength in time for kickoff against winless Baylor. By Benton Smith