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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' first true road test of the season at Memphis.
When asked who used to coach KU’s punt returners at practices, Beaty declined to answer during his Tuesday press conference. "That doesn't matter. Doesn't matter," the KU coach replied. "I’m taking it over."
"I think the thing is he wants to make a play every time the ball is in the air and I think that's what happened to him," Beaty said.
Kansas football coach David Beaty likes referring to third down as the "money down." In Saturday’s home loss to Ohio, his Jayhawks went broke on offense, going 0-for-8 on third-down conversions.
As for the changing attitude, that process began the moment Beaty walked through the door. The Jayhawks no longer have a defeatist mindset, replaced instead by a sense of confidence. Even when they were in a hole Saturday, they felt like they had a chance.
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Kansas coach David Beaty doesn’t want that game to put a kibosh in the Jayhawks’ season. He’s making sure that the blindsiding loss will only prepare his team — specifically the defense — for what’s to come with the Memphis Tigers on Saturday.
Matt Scott of TheShiver.com reported Tuesday that KU coach Bill Self would be in New York Tuesday to visit two of the top ranked underclassmen in the country in 2018 center Moses Brown and 2019 point guard Cole Anthony.
Following successful freshman seasons, Anastasia Rychagova (singles) and doubles pair Janet Koch and Nina Khmelnitckaia earned well deserved spots in the Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis DI Women's Preseason Rankings Tuesday.
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Do you remember what happened the last time the Buffs did that with the same record and ranking situation? CU does!
Clark W. Griswold fits perfectly at tight end, IMO, as does Eric Cartman at left guard. Shout out to the Buffs for successfully calling out Harbaugh for his strict, no-depth-chart policies.
Edward Warinner, a three-star linebacker from Powell, Ohio, is being recruited by a number of FBS schools. One of those recruiting him is Oklahoma, who is hosting Warinner on a visit Saturday when Ohio State comes to town. Warinner’s dad, Ed Warinner, is the Buckeyes’ offensive coordinator.
"I thought the Cyclones had lost in just about every way imaginable in the last decade. That is until I saw the creative calls from the officiating crew at the end of Saturday’s football game between Central Michigan and Oklahoma State. Our current Big 12 refs just don’t possess that kind of innovation for the game," Bowlsby continued.