April 4, 2018
Kansas sophomore quarterback Miles Kendrick throws during practice on Wednesday, April 4, 2018.
A little less than seven weeks away from its season opener against Nicholls State, the identity of the Kansas football team’s starting quarterback remains up in the air. By Benton Smith
With nearly five months left between now and the season opener, Kansas football coach David Beaty is nowhere near naming a starting quarterback. Now five practices into their spring schedule, Beaty said the Jayhawks’ offense remains in the installation stage and he doesn’t “want to put the cart before the horse” in terms of the QB competition. By Benton Smith
His freshman regular season already in his rear-view mirror this past fall at College of San Mateo, Miles Kendrick hadn’t ruled out finding a four-year football program to call his new home before his sophomore year. But time was running out. Weeks removed from thinking another semester, perhaps even a full sophomore season, at San Mateo awaited him, Kendrick signed with KU in January and moved to Lawrence to get to work. By Benton Smith