September 16, 2017
Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. (2) and Kansas defensive tackle Kellen Ash (97) bring down Ohio quarterback Quinton Maxwell (7) during the second quarter on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Peden Stadium in Athens, Ohio.
The next time the University of Kansas football team takes the field it will do so without one of its captains and most talented players. Defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. announced Thursday his decision to leave KU a year early and enter the NFL Draft. By Benton Smith
Had someone told coordinator Clint Bowen back in August that a third of the way through the season his Kansas football defense would have just three sacks on its resume, he likely would have left the conversation baffled. Two of the most talented players on the Jayhawks’ roster — juniors Dorance Armstrong Jr. and Daniel Wise — man the defensive line. However, between the two of them they have made just one sack. By Benton Smith
Much like the KU football fan base, standout defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. knows all too well he enters Week 4 behind schedule in the sack department. By Benton Smith