April 28, 2018
Kansas safety Mike Lee (11) smiles as he chases Kansas running back Kendall Morris (28) during an open practice on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at Memorial Stadium.
Even though spring games rarely reveal too much about a college football team’s schemes or strengths, Kansas football fans eager to get their first peek at what the Jayhawks will look like under new head coach Les Miles will soon have that chance. By Benton Smith
University of Kansas safety Mike Lee knows too much about football players from his hometown of New Orleans to disregard the Jayhawks’ season-opening opponent, Nicholls State. By Benton Smith
Currently going through his third preseason with the University of Kansas football program, safety Mike Lee feels better about the state of the team this August. By Benton Smith
Every time a Kansas football quarterback experienced the misfortune of throwing an interception during a football practice this spring, the guilty party had more to deal with than the instantaneous frustration related to making a mistake. Those passing turnovers, whether they transpired during drills, seven-on-seven work or team periods, came with an impromptu party in the KU secondary, hosted by safety Mike Lee. By Benton Smith