The Kansas football Sunflower Showdown sold out on Nov. 2, but sports columnist Emerson Peavey questions whether or not the rise in game attendance will stay.
In front of its largest home crowd in a decade, the juggernaut offense that put up 85 combined points in the first two weeks under Brent Dearmon scored only one touchdown Saturday.
In a game that was hyped up to be the biggest Sunflower Showdown of the decade, injuries and offensives struggles led to a 38-10 loss for the Jayhawks.
Coming off a victory over Texas Tech, the relationship between Kansas football's new offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon and his offense is thriving. Up next, the Jayhawks look with hopeful eyes to take on No. 22 Kansas State on Nov. 2.
Kansas football defeated Texas Tech for the homecoming game in Memorial Stadium on Oct. 26. Coach Les Miles and his team reflect on the sequence of shortcomings and successes that led to their first conference win.
Kansas football brought a storm of energy in the second half of its Saturday night homecoming game to defeat Texas Tech 37-34. The Jayhawks took the game on a field goal in the last two seconds.
Kansas football takes to the gridiron Saturday seeking to break its near-decade long homecoming losing streak. Kickoff against Texas Tech is set for 6 p.m.
During a media availability Tuesday, Kansas football players outlined how they were preparing for the homecoming football game against Texas Tech Saturday.
Kansas football has released its schedule for the 2020 season. Kansas will begin its season on Sep. 5 against New Hampshire in Memorial Stadium.
Freshman quarterback Torry Locklin stepped onto the field for the first time for Kansas football Saturday. Locklin could play a unique role in the Kansas offense going forward.
Kansas football's new offense under the direction of offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon is called "run and gun." The new offense almost defeated Texas and could give the Kansas football program a new identity.