October 15, 2016
Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley (9) heaves a pass around Baylor linebacker Raaquan Davis (19) during the third quarter on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016 at McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas.
Is it possible by the end of KU’s spring schedule in late April Beaty will have a clear No. 1 QB in sophomore Carter Stanley or junior college transfer Peyton Bender? By Benton Smith
The revolving door for the Kansas football team’s quarterback position finally closed over the course of the season’s final weeks, thanks to redshirt freshman Carter Stanley. Though far from perfect, Stanley now enters the offseason as the Jayhawks’ incumbent No. 1 quarterback. By Benton Smith
Redshirt freshman Carter Stanley will become the 10th quarterback in seven seasons to start a game for Kansas in Saturday's 11 a.m. kickoff vs. Iowa State at Memorial Stadium.
The Kansas football team, always searching for any competitive edge it can get, entered this past weekend as the least penalized team in the Big 12. However, in a 48-21 loss at West Virginia Saturday night, the Jayhawks impaired their chances of competing by committing a season-worst nine penalties and suffering another low for the year in penalty yardage (104). By Benton Smith