November 3, 2018
Kansas running back Khalil Herbert (10) avoids a tackle from Iowa State defensive back Braxton Lewis (33) during the first quarter, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018 at Memorial Stadium.
If Les Miles' hunch is correct, and left tackle Hakeem Adeniji, left guard Malik Clark, centers Api Mane and Andru Tovi, right guards Chris Hughes and Adagio Lopeti, and right tackles Kevin Feder and Clyde McCauley III are going to be effective blockers, there’s no reason to complicate things in KU's 2019 debut. By Benton Smith
It seems a safe assumption that the Jayhawks’ running game will feature heavily in Les Miles' offensive plans this season. Senior running back Khalil Herbert deduced as much long before he ever saw even a single page out of KU’s new playbook. By Benton Smith
Running backs coach Tony Hull said three factors led to his decision to accept Les Miles' offer to keep him on board with KU football. By Benton Smith