After Carter Stanley passed for 247 yards and three touchdowns in the Kansas football team’s 48-28 home loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday, head coach David Beaty was reluctant to name the redshirt junior the team’s new starter.
In fact, Beaty didn’t want to talk about the position at all after a few questions on the subject.
Beat writer Benton Smith and Tom Keegan discuss what is going on with KU’s QB situation and where the Jayhawks go from here.
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.
Kansas football coach David Beaty met with the media Wednesday and discussed the competition for starting quarterback, offensive lineman Hakeem Adeniji recovering from surgeries and Joe Dineen's legacy heading into his redshirt senior season.
David Beaty’s roster already has seen a few shakeups — for a number of different reasons.
Addressing the media for the first time in the Spring, the soon-to-be fourth-year football coach discussed several of the changes to the 2018 football roster, while giving the latest on the presumed quarterback battle between Carter Stanley, Peyton Bender and Miles Kendrick.
“We’re obviously very early in Spring. We’re four days into it,” Beaty said. “Certainly don’t want to put the cart before the horse with regard to any of that.”
Kansas football David Beaty talked about his 2018 recruiting class during his National Signing Day press conference Wednesday, the balance between high school players and junior college transfers, and how much pressure he feels to win in his fourth season.
The KU football team didn’t need to wait for kickoff for the fireworks to start.
As the captains stood at midfield, Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield extended his arm for a handshake. No KU players stepped forward, prompting the quarterback to clap a few times before heading back to the sideline.
Speaking after the game, KU coach David Beaty provided some clarity on the moment.
“I’m proud of our guys for getting to a point (where) we’re not going to take it any more,” Beaty said. "I’ve got to do a better job as their coach, maybe teaching them how to manage that a little bit better.”
One day after University of Kansas chancellor Douglas Girod released a statement in support of the school's football program, KU football coach David Beaty talked about why he believes "it's big for us," and how he's never had doubts about his job security.
After rushing for 291 yards on Saturday against West Virginia in a 56-34 loss, Kansas sophomore running back Khalil Herbert thanked his offensive line and never thought about approaching any records.
Herbert's rushing total is the third-highest single game total in program history and the most in Div. I-FBS game this season.
"No, I'm in the game zone, so I just do what I do," Herbert said. "Do what the coach calls to do. Whatever happens happens during a game."
Kansas football coach David Beaty discussed his dissatisfaction with the fourth quarter, which saw the Mountaineers pull away with a few late touchdowns.
Second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty and three of his players — quarterback Montell Cozart, linebacker Joe Dineen and safety Fish Smithson — are in Dallas for Big 12 Football Media Days.
KUsports.com’s Matt Tait and Benton Smith preview what’s in store for the group of Jayhawks, as well as what we might learn about the 2016 season from the KU representatives this week.