Kansas football gives recruits virtual tours through social media by introducing its coaching staff and facilities amidst the campus shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sports columnist Emerson Peavey argues that the cancellation of spring practices means Kansas football recruits will lose crucial time getting to know and working with their team before the regular season begins in the fall.
Sports columnist Emerson Peavey reflects on the closing of this year's Marian E. Washington Trailblazer series, and hypothesizes some of next year's potential candidates.
As Hakeem Adeniji and Azur Kamara participated in the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine, sports columnist Emerson Peavey compares Kansas' NFL output to competing Big 12 schools and evaluates the potential for damage to future recruitment efforts.
With spring training just around the corner, Kansas football is reconstructing its program with a series of new hires intended to turn around the team's performance in the upcoming season.
Sports columnist Josh Wakes suggests Kansas football will continue to grow as the program recently announced its hiring of a new special teams coordinator and running backs coach, Jonathan Wallace.
Kansas football players Dom Williams, Evan Fairs and Quan Hampton announced their interest in transferring programs with joining the recently-developed transfer portal.
Columnist Jack Johnson recounts the atmosphere of celebration from inside the Kansas City Power & Light District after the Super Bowl.
After 50 years without a Super Bowl appearance, the Kansas City Chiefs are 2020 champs. Shortly after the victory, University of Kansas students and Lawrence locals took to Massachusetts Street in celebration.
So far, KU has lost 12 recruits who previously verbally committed to the Jayhawks. This is a sharp increase from last season's total of five decommitments.
After two years with Kansas football, Najee Stevens-McKenzie plans to enter the NFL Draft in 2020 and hopes to play for his hometown team, the Cleveland Browns, he said.
Despite some setbacks this season, KU students say they think the Kansas football program improved meaningfully under coach Les Miles.
Sports columnist Emerson Peavey writes that while Kansas fans may have lost a sliver of hope after this football season, they should still be optimistic about the seasons to come.