The Kansas women’s soccer team dropped its fourth game in a row Thursday night, 2-1 to rival Kansas State at Rock Chalk Park.
Various Kansas players and coaches this week said the return of in-person Late Night in the Phog on Friday will bring with it feelings of nostalgia and appreciation while a whole crop of younger Jayhawks get to experience it for the first time. By Matt Tait
As the Kansas football team moves past its nonconference schedule and into the awaiting Big 12 gauntlet, the defense’s lack of sack production is among the coaching staff’s assorted concerns. The Jayhawks (1-3 overall, 0-1 Big 12) went sackless in each of their last two losses and are averaging only 0.5 sacks per game — ranking them 127th out of 130 FBS teams — through four weeks.
Trevor Wilson gave the Kansas football offense a much-needed boost at Duke this past weekend, with his five receptions and 122 receiving yards. But there was one catch in particular that Wilson and everyone around the program will remember for a long time.