I have to say these Gridirons hit a weak spot with me. It's like the apology from that person in life that you can't stay mad at. I know there are mixed feelings on the start of the Gill era, but these always seem to make me feel a little bit better about the way things are going.
If there is one thing Kansas basketball has taught me over the recent years under Bill Self, it's to enjoy the process. As KC said yesterday, that '08-'09 KU basketball season was more fun in a lot of ways than this past season because we had a chance to watch a team go through the highs and low and eventually come together.
Now obviously football is a different animal but maybe this Kansas team can provide a little of that same enjoyment in their own way. It starts Saturday, I'll use the term must win. Then it's 2-2 going into conference play.
KU's Thorson confronts challenges | CJOnline.com
A little about Thorson and the o-line
Miscommunication: Violation prompted signal change | KUsports.com
And now you know the rest of the story.
Inadequacies on its lines hinder KU's play elsewhere - KansasCity.com
McCollough takes his shot at the KU line. It's been a tough week for the hogs.
The Case Against College Athletic Recruiting - Newsweek - Education
An interesting article about how schools are really allocating the limited resources.
New Mexico State
Around the Web in 7 Days: News on New Mexico State | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
Matt Tait runs down a host of articles from the NMSU side of things.
AD says Mangino not hired by UM | KUsports.com
Maybe the news slipped to early. Perhaps they want to fire Brewster first.