By: Alex Blau As the bells chime from the campanile and the sun starts to set tomorrow at Memorial Stadium there will be a new fresh smell in the air. The Jayhawks are going to be coming out of an NCAA worst 10 game loosing streak, including one conference win the past two years. To sum things up, the Kansas Jayhawk football program hit complete rock bottom the past two years. However, there is a new hope for the program and fans across the nation. This past offseason, Athletic director Sheahon Zenger hired former Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots Offensive Coordinator Charlie Weis. Weis brings a new offense to the Jayhawks,…
Tonight on The Sports Huddle… It’s Game Week for KU Football as they prepare for South Dakota State. Alex, Farzin, and Kerry tell you what they’ll be looking for come Saturday. Plus, Who has the most to prove for the Jayhawks as the season kicks off. Also, our Weekly Football Roundtable begins this week as Josh Scotten of TheShiver.com joins us in-studio.
By Andrew Curtis It’s finally that time of year. Three things are inevitable: School is back in session, the leaves are beginning to change colors and the Kansas football program is set to begin its 123rd season. It’s safe to say that the Jayhawks enter the 2012 season with the most optimism since 2009, when Mark Mangino was still at the helm. The Turner Gill era was, well, if you want to call it an era, nothing short of abysmal. In my first three years at KU, the football team managed to get embarrassingly worse. A program that had won an Orange Bowl just a couple years before managed to just 10 wins in 3…
by John Griffin Like a tidal wave of sweaty, manly, American goodness, college football season descends upon us, determined to sweep us away in a torrent of fandom, hype, and greasy stadium nachos. Before the season officially kicks off this Thursday , here are a few things to expect this year: 1. The Jayhawks will be improved. Don’t expect any miraculous turnarounds, but Charlie Weis should be a great hire for KU. The talent and knowledge of the system will take time to solidify, but the Jayhawks’ scoring attack should be reinvigorated under Weis, who has a track record of success with almost every offense he’s run. 2. Steve Spurrier will throw things. Spurrier throwing his…
Kansas second half comeback falls short to the Kentucky Wildcats in the 2012 National Title game.
Kansas, head coach Bill Self and players, spoke to members of the media inside the locker room to preview Friday night’s matchup with N.C. State.
Kansas Guard, Elijah Johnson spoke to members of the media inside the locker room following the Jayhawks comeback win against Purdue.
Travis Releford discussed the Jayhawks upcoming matchup with 10th seeded Purdue, while Tyshawn Taylor discussed his leg cramps from Friday night.
Kansas head basketball coach Bill Self previewed Sunday evenings matchup with 10th seeded Purdue.
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