November 23, 2018
Kansas quarterback Peyton Bender (7) has blockers as he throws deep during the second quarter on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018 at Memorial Stadium.
Yet another college football season came and went at the University of Kansas in 2018 without the downtrodden program putting an upper echelon Big 12 passing attack on the field. Now it will be on head coach Les Miles and his offensive coordinator and QBs coach, Chip Lindsey, to do the improbable and give Kansas — as well as its long suffering fan base — a QB that can keep pace with the rest of the Big 12. By Benton Smith
Kansas was unable to get its storybook ending for head coach David Beaty and the senior class. The Jayhawks, who made a late push, struggled to get much going on the offensive end through the first three quarters in the final game of the 2018 regular season. Texas, meanwhile, made enough plays to pull off a 24-17 victory over KU Friday afternoon in David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.