Kansas defeated Boston College 48-24 last Friday night in Newton as the Jayhawks recorded their first road win, in 48 attempts, against a power five conference school. Les Miles and players credit the newly implemented RPO's for their recent upset victory.
Kansas football will face West Virginia Saturday in Memorial Stadium, as the Jayhawks attempt to open conference play 1-0 for the first time since 2009.
Kansas football returns home for its first Big 12 matchup against West Virginia Saturday. Jayhawks to watch include junior wide receiver Andrew Parchment, senior linebacker Najee Stevens-McKenzie and sophomore linebacker Jay Dineen.
Following the Jayhawks 48-24 win, a Twitter account dubbed @StarterStanley was created. But senior quarterback Carter Stanley is looking ahead, not behind.
Kansas football stunned Boston College in a 48-24 victory Friday night in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. The last time Kansas got more than 40 points on the road was in 2006 against Iowa State.
Kansan sports editor Jack Johnson sat down with Andy Backstrom, the managing editor of Boston College's student newspaper, The Heights, before tonight's football game. Backstrom predicts Boston College will defeat Kansas 38-13.
Senior safety Mike Lee and senior running back Khalil Herbert reflect on the recent loss to Coastal Carolina and talk about what's next heading into tonight's game against Boston College.
Kansas football takes on the Boston College Eagles this Friday in its first away game of the season. Jayhawks to watch include junior linebacker Dru Prox, senior cornerback Hasan Defense and senior tight end James Sosinksi.
Kansas football will seek redemption at Boston College this Friday. Although fans expect a challenge as the Jayhawks have only won two road games in the last 10 seasons, the team looks to build off its strengths in speed and defense.
Sports columnist Kylie Hanna thinks Kansas football will make a bowl game appearance in the next three years, while sports columnist Sam Lance thinks there's a lot more work that needs to be done.
Carter Stanley will retain his starting quarterback position as Kansas football prepares to face Boston College on Friday.
Despite their recent loss to Coastal Carolina on Saturday, the Jayhawks remain optimistic ahead of their upcoming game against Boston College.
Kansas football takes on Coastal Carolina at home this Saturday. Kansas fans can expect sophomore running back Pooka Williams Jr., senior linebacker Azur Kamara and senior quarterback Carter Stanley to bring their A-game.