March 6, 2019
Kansas head coach Les Miles talks with offensive lineman Earl Bostick Jr. during football practice on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 within the new indoor practice facility.
Retirement didn’t suit Les Miles. After a little more than two years of being away from college football, the former LSU head coach gladly reentered the work force at the University of Kansas this past November. By Benton Smith
Already past the halfway mark of his first spring in charge of the Kansas football program, head coach Les Miles admitted following Tuesday’s practice that there has been some dissatisfaction with the Jayhawks’ progress — and that lack of fulfillment isn’t only being expressed by Miles. By Benton Smith
As their college careers came to an end this past November, the seniors on the 2018 Kansas football team closed a chapter of their lives just as a new one was opening for the program. Out went standouts Daniel Wise, Joe Dineen and Steven Sims Jr., and in came renowned former LSU coach Les Miles, their paths barely crossing. By Benton Smith
After getting the previous week off for the university’s spring break, the Kansas football team got back to its spring practice schedule Tuesday afternoon and, unlike the first two sessions from earlier this month, the Jayhawks got to wear some shells and do some hitting. By Benton Smith
It was just some special teams review. A chance for offensive linemen to go over a formation and walk through their assignments. A minor yet necessary part of the first day of spring football practice. And there was Les Miles, former head coach at powerhouse LSU, right in the thick of it, jumping in to go over footwork and technique in one of the early periods of his Kansas football team’s introductory practice under his guidance. By Benton Smith