September 8, 2018
Kansas quarterback Miles Kendrick attempts to run through the Central Michigan defense on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018 at Kelly/Shorts Stadium in Mount Pleasant, Mich.
Apparently the Kansas football team’s ongoing quarterback competition remains too close to call, a little more than a week before the Jayhawks’ 2020 debut. That doesn’t mean KU will try to play both Thomas MacVittie and Miles Kendrick when the season arrives, though.
One of the most unusual seasons in Kansas football history officially opens Friday, when the Jayhawks conduct their first official practice of 2020. Here are five key questions the Jayhawks are facing as they open preseason camp. By Matt Tait
A number of Kansas football players appeared in four or fewer games this season, making them eligible to use 2018 as a redshirt year. By Benton Smith
What a difference a few weeks can make. It turns out Kansas quarterback Miles Kendrick just may end up sitting out the rest of this season after all. By Benton Smith
Headed into KU’s bye week, is it safe to say that the QB position is as up in the air as ever? By Benton Smith
When Carter Stanley makes his second straight start for the University of Kansas football team this coming Saturday at No. 9 West Virginia, the redshirt junior quarterback won’t be splitting any time with backup Miles Kendrick. By Benton Smith