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Kansas head football coach David Beaty met with the media Tuesday afternoon in Mrkonic Auditorium inside the Anderson Family Football Complex to discuss the Jayhawks' upcoming home opener against Rhode Island.
David Beaty didn’t really want to release a depth chart this week, but when the communications department at Kansas asked the head football coach for one — what with the Jayhawks opening the season against Rhode Island on Saturday — he accommodated the request.
In practice thus far, Cozart and Willis are getting the most reps, but Beaty said Stanley's dual-threat ability makes him an intriguing option in a quarterback competition still going strong.
Sophomore running back Ryan Schadler, the coach revealed, had what Beaty characterized as some internal complications, while true freshman cornerback Shola Ayinde tore an ACL last week.
Beaty is excited about this team and this season. Don’t let anyone tell you any different. But he has a job to do. And that job is to get the Jayhawks prepared to beat Rhode Island. That’s why he’s been calling Saturday’s 6 p.m. season opener at Memorial Stadium the most important game in the program’s history for months. And that’s why he chooses to focus on the minutiae of Saturday’s game plan instead of stepping back and smiling about the progress they’ve made and dreaming about the places they’re headed.
Self, as always, will have a plethora of talented players at his disposal. Should Mykhailiuk be able to step his game up to the next level, Kansas will add another weapon to it’s disposal – one opponents likely are not anticipating.
For the first time in nearly two decades, the Kansas women's cross country team finds itself ranked among the top 25 teams in the nation after the Jayhawks checked in at No. 21 in the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) preseason rankings released Tuesday.
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Zamora, a redshirt sophomore, must complete 40 hours of community service “in a manner that will teach him kindness and respect toward animals.” The receiver will also enter counseling and “must relinquish the dog to an animal-friendly home.”