Three days following a 45-27 home loss to Central Michigan, Kansas football coach David Beaty said he's seen a strong response from players in practice and film sessions.
Preparing to go on the road to play Ohio, the Jayhawks' first road game of the season, Beaty mentioned that he believes that his players are in the correct mindset.
"Our guys are embarrassed, but they are also very prideful," Beaty said. "They are a group that's resilient and they are ready to get back on that field. There's no panic here. We what happened on the video and I think we're going to be able to move forward."
Sophomore left tackle Hakeem Adeniji agreed with Beaty that players have responded well to their first loss of the year and they expect to play much better in Week Three.
"The loss just kind of focused us in," Adeniji said.