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.
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.
The Kansas football team conducted one of its spring practices on Wednesday, giving a peek at its quarterbacks and special teams.
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.
KUsports.com's Benton Smith and Tom Keegan discuss the handshake snub during the coin toss and post-game reactions from both teams.
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley and quarterback Baker Mayfield talk about Kansas players not giving Mayfield a handshake during the coin toss, how the game turned chippy and Mayfield's obscene gestures toward the KU sideline after a touchdown.
Heading into Saturday's game against Oklahoma, Kansas senior tight end Ben Johnson talks about his final home game at Memorial Stadium and his pride for lasting through the program for five years. Coach David Beaty says Baker Mayfield is one of the best players he's ever seen.
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.
Following a 38-9 home loss to Baylor on Saturday, Kansas football coach David Beaty and junior linebacker Joe Dineen said the fans deserve a better product on the field and they discuss their frustration with the loss.
"I know those boys in there are disappointed," Beaty said. "I know our coaches are disappointed. I know our fans are disappointed. They've got every right to be."