September 10, 2016
Kansas running back Ke'aun Kinner (22) is stopped in the end zone by Ohio linebacker Austin Clack (36) for a safety during the first quarter on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 at Memorial Stadium.
The concept of valuing the opening plays of a game or practice certainly isn’t new to Kansas football coach David Beaty or his players. Following a Week 2 home loss to Ohio in which the Jayhawks (1-1) failed early on to show much fight on either offense or defense, the words “fast start” likely have been uttered more than ever as KU prepares for its first road game of the season, Saturday at Memphis. By Benton Smith
For the second week in a row, Kansas showed it has faster football players than a year ago, but the football they played resulted in a not-so-fast verdict in declaring the Jayhawks a much better football team than when they went 0-12. By Tom Keegan
Searching for its first winning streak since the start of the 2011 season, too many mistakes cost the Kansas football team in a 37-21 loss against Ohio on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.