Prepare to see more of Carter Stanley, David Beaty contends

No, Carter Stanley is not about to supplant Peyton Bender as the Kansas football team’s starting quarterback. But head coach David Beaty said the redshirt sophomore backup will play a factor in KU’s Big 12 opener versus West Virginia. The Jayhawks used Stanley in a limited capacity ... Continue reading


He Will, He Won’t, He Might 2017: Lagerald Vick

When Lagerald Vick first showed up on the KU campus, he was viewed as a solid pick-up but not a star, a player the Kansas basketball program would be happy to have in three or four years. Well, Year 3 for Vick has arrived, and I think ... Continue reading


Big stadium donation, Adidas extension on horizon for KU Athletics

The downside of Big 12 membership for Kansas is that it ensures a brutal schedule for a rebuilding football program. With the exception of Baylor (0-3), which visits Memorial Stadium on Nov. 4, every conference member is off to a significantly better start than Kansas. The upside ... Continue reading


Former Jayhawk Brandon Rush eyeing roster spot with Milwaukee

Priority Sports, the agency that represents him, said Monday that former Kansas guard Brandon Rush has joined the Milwaukee Bucks, his fifth team in a 10-year NBA career. But there appears to be at least a little ways to go before the Kansas City native slaps on ... Continue reading


Mykhailiuk breaks down the first day of boot camp, losing 20 pounds in offseason

After the first day of the Kansas basketball team's annual Boot Camp, senior guard Svi Mykhailiuk discussed the start of Boot Camp and his offseason, which included losing 20 pounds since the end of season in March. In order to cut the 20 pounds, Mykhailiuk said he ... Continue reading


He Will, He Won’t, He Might 2017: Devonte’ Graham

With the official start of the 2017-18 Kansas basketball season now just a couple of weeks away — Late Night is set for Sept. 30 and the exhibition opener is slated for Oct. 31 — it’s time to dive into the second year of our He Will, ... Continue reading


Peyton Bender a little better than so-so so far

Any time a team loses football games by significant margins human nature dictates that most of the time analyzing the outcome focuses on what factors contributed to the loss. In the case of Peyton Bender, it’s easy to pinpoint the negatives. First, he throws too many interceptions, ... Continue reading


Mitchell Robinson leaving Western Kentucky again (Don’t worry, not for Kansas)

I know no one really cares at this point. And I’m not sure anyone should. But since I wrote roughly 3,543,267 words about him this summer and most of you read every one, I felt compelled to put a neat and tidy bow on the mess that ... Continue reading


Khalil Herbert tops ratings in loss at Ohio

**1 - Khalil Herbert:** Busted up the middle to open space and motored 56 yards for a touchdown and had more than 100 yards in the first half. Finished with 137 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. **2 - Mike Lee:** Big third-quarter interception in ... Continue reading


Say What? Tait joins Midco Sports Network to recap Bill Self’s Hall of Fame induction

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Getting to know: Ohio football

After losing by multiple touchdowns last week, along with problems protecting the ball, the Kansas football team is hoping it can turn around its season Saturday in Athens, Ohio. On the other sideline, the Ohio Bobcats have the same thoughts. “Ironically, I have a feeling both teams ... Continue reading


Kansas receiver Ryan Schadler back playing sport he loves most

As is the case with much of the Kansas roster, junior slot receiver Ryan Schadler didn’t have any Div. I football scholarship offers when he played his final high school game. Schadler had more options than most, but no Div. I football offers. Selected 4A state player ... Continue reading


Hakeem Adeniji on KU’s offensive line issues: ‘It’s all correctable’

For the Kansas football team to take the next step on offense, it will likely start with an improvement on the offensive line. In last week’s loss to Central Michigan, there were too many pass protection breakdowns and busted plays to consistently move the ball down the ... Continue reading


In-home visit with 5-star PG Devon Dotson ‘great,’ according to Dotson’s father

When it comes to talking to the media about their current teams, coaches, in all sports, often refrain from dealing in absolutes. Kansas football coach David Beaty and his “earn it” philosophy is a great example, with nothing being promised to anyone and every player on his ... Continue reading


How KU football addresses one of its most glaring issues

It's no secret turnovers have been a massive issue for the Kansas football team. And it's been that way for quite some time. The Jayhawks have held the regrettable distinctions of... - Leading all of FBS with 36 turnovers in 2016 - Committing two or more turnovers ... Continue reading


5-star SG Quentin Grimes on KU’s message: ‘They said they have to get me’

It’s been a wild week for the Kansas basketball coaching staff, with trips all over the country for in-home visits and check-ins with prospects in the Class of 2018 and beyond. And while KU coach Bill Self and his staff clearly are used to the grind that ... Continue reading


Kansas defensive line coach Jesse Williams liked discipline he saw during recruiting visit to KU

First-year Kansas defensive line coach Jesse Williams didn’t see a strong performance from the Jayhawks when he visited Lawrence last season as part of Frank Solich’s Ohio staff, but he decided to make the move anyway. Ohio defeated Kansas 37-21 at Memorial Stadium after jumping to a ... Continue reading


Say What? Tait’s weekly appearance on Rock Chalk Sports Talk

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Zion Williamson to visit KU for Late Night

According to multiple reports that came in late Tuesday night, the Kansas men’s basketball coaching staff, which made an in-home visit with top-ranked Class of 2018 prospect Zion Williamson on Tuesday night, left Williamson’s South Carolina home with the knowledge that they’d see him again in a ... Continue reading


Q&A with KU football left tackle Hakeem Adeniji

> This week’s Q&A is with sophomore left > tackle Hakeem Adeniji, from Garland, > Texas, who has started all 14 games of > his college career heading into the > Kansas football team’s road opener at > Ohio. **Q: Obviously Saturday night’s loss against Central Michigan ... Continue reading