April 4, 2019
Kansas head coach Les Miles gets down as he works with the offensive line on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at the indoor practice facility.
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
With the season two weeks away, Kansas offensive line coach Luke Meadows has yet to narrow his unit down to five starters. And that is by design. Shane Jackson
A regime change can challenge even the most experienced veteran. Just ask University of Kansas offensive lineman Hakeem Adeniji. A starter in every game the Jayhawks played during each of his first three seasons at the collegiate level, the senior left tackle had been asked to do plenty for the program since moving to Lawrence from Garland, Texas. But this was a new one — even for Adeniji. By Benton Smith
With any college football coaching regime change comes adjustments for the players who spent the previous season — or longer — studying, practicing and executing a specific set of plays. At the University of Kansas, where Les Miles this past November took over a wobbling program that has won three or fewer games each of the past nine seasons, some modifications will be more drastic than others. By Benton Smith