April 13, 2019
Blue team running back Dom Williams tries to break free of a tackle during Late Night Under the Lights on Saturday, April, 13, 2019 at Memorial Stadium.
After three seasons in the Kansas football program, running back Dom Williams announced Monday he plans to finish his college career elsewhere. The 5-foot-10 rusher from McKinney, Texas, took to Twitter to let people know he’s entering his name into the NCAA’s transfer portal.
As the Kansas football team appears prepared to play the remainder of the season without veteran running back Khalil Herbert, head coach Les Miles chose not to address whether another rusher on the roster has any intention of redshirting this year. By Benton Smith
Gauge Hakeem Adeniji’s opinion about an ingredient near and dear to his heart, and KU's senior starting left tackle provides a peek behind the curtain. Was he impressed by KU’s run blocking in the spring? “I could see how you say that,” Adeniji replied, sporting a crafty grin. By Benton Smith
In the seven-plus months since he was hired to breathe some life into a dormant Kansas football program, head coach Les Miles has proven unwavering in his quest to reveal only the vaguest details about what he envisions for KU’s offense this coming fall. Nevertheless, it seems one key component for the Jayhawks will be the run-pass option calls that appear in offensive coordinator Les Koenning’s playbook. By Benton Smith