University of Kansas sophomore Marcus Garrett talked to reporters after the first day of boot camp on Monday at Allen Fieldhouse. Garrett discussed the importance of senior Lagerald Vick's leadership this season among other topics regarding the basketball program.
In addition, Garrett gave his thoughts on the two-game win streak by the football team and revealed his own background with the sport.
After the same Kansas football team (sort of) that lost at home to Nicholls State delivered its second consecutive convincing victory, Benton Smith and Tom Keegan discuss the ramifications of the Jayhawks’ 55-14 drubbing of Rutgers.
Carried once again by its defense and running game, KU (2-1) suddenly looks like a team capable of competing when Big 12 play begins next week at Baylor (2-1).
David Beaty, who is in his fourth season at the helm, spoke to reporters ahead of the final non-conference game against Rutgers. The Jayhawks (1-1) are coming off their first road game since 2009 after claiming a 31-7 victory at Central Michigan.
Kansas dropped its only meeting with Rutgers, suffering a 27-14 loss on Sept. 26, 2015.
Former quarterback Todd Reesing, who owns 14 school records, will also have his name added to the Ring of Honor this weekend.
The game is slated to start at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Fourth-year head coach David Beaty talks to reporters at his weekly press conference Tuesday at the University of Kansas. After falling to Nicholls State in the season opener, Kansas will travel to Central Michigan at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Beaty talked about moving on from the overtime loss last weekend, which marks the program's second loss to an FCS program since he took over as head coach.
In addition, Beaty addressed the mistake he made during his weekly appearance on Hawk Talk when he discussed the play he used Miles Kendrick on during overtime.
Entering Saturday, the Jayhawks have lost 12 straight games.
Following the Kansas football team’s 26-23 overtime loss to Nicholls State in the season opener, Benton Smith and Tom Keegan discuss the many issues that led to the program’s 12th consecutive loss.
From trouble along the offensive line to failing to capitalize on Nicholls’ gifts, the Jayhawks often looked like past KU teams while losing to their FCS foe.
Fourth-year head coach David Beaty speaks to reporters after an overtime loss in the season opener against Nicholls State on Saturday. The Jayhawks have lost two of their four games against FCS foes under Beaty.
Kansas has not won a game since the season opener in 2017, which is a span of 12 consecutive defeats.
The Jayhawks are now 3-34 since Beaty took over the program.
Entering Saturday, Nicholls State was the No. 17 team in the FCS preseason coaches poll.
Head coach David Beaty and starting quarterback Peyton Bender talked to the media ahead of the season opener against Nicholls State. The game is slated to begin at 6 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Entering Saturday, the Jayhawks have an 11-game losing streak. Senior Peyton Bender was recently named the starting quarterback after making eight starts for Kansas in his junior season.
Nicholls State returns a total of 18 starters from last season's team, which went 8-4 and made the FCS playoffs for the fourth time in program history. The Colonels are ranked No. 17 in the FCS preseason coaches poll.
Kansas head football coach David Beaty gave an update on the quarterback competition during the final preseason press conference on Thursday.
Peyton Bender, Carter Stanley and Miles Kendrick are all competing for a chance to take the first snap in the season opener against Nicholls State on Sept. 1 at Memorial Stadium.
Beaty, who is entering his fourth season as head coach of the program, believes this weekend's scrimmage will be key when it comes to deciding on a starter.
Head football coach David Beaty gave a few updates on the Kansas roster during preseason football camp on Saturday at the University of Kansas.
Beaty revealed five Jayhawks who will no longer factor into the team’s on-the-field fortunes: defensive ends Foster Dixson and Mazin Aql, offensive linemen Hunter Saulsbury and Larry Hughes, and running back Kezelee Flomo.
In addition, Kansas added four new offensive linemen to the 2018 roster.
The Kansas football team held its first open practice of the 2018 preseason camp on Saturday, Aug. 4 at the University of Kansas.
It marked the first chance to see true freshmen cornerback Corione Harris (No. 2) and running back Pooka Williams (No. 1) in action. In addition, quarterbacks Carter Stanley, Peyton Bender and Miles Kendrick remain in a competition for the starting job.
The Jayhawks are coming off an 1-11 campaign in 2017. This will be David Beaty’s fourth season as the head football coach at Kansas, which officially kicks off on Sept. 1 with a home meeting against Nicholls State.