Welcome back to RCT, Tom Keegan. Keegan writes that Zenger will likely be fired within the next two weeks, assuming KU gets smashed by TCU in prime time and takes another one on the chin from an 800-year old coach in their next two games.
To be fair to Mr. Keegan, he wrote this piece following the Ohio game, saying that Zenger is no longer capable of evaluating the football program objectively.
Blair Kerkhoff also wrote a few weeks ago (after Nebraska fired its AD) that Missouri and Kansas could both soon be looking for ADs given the results on the field for their football programs.
This will be in the semi-statistical recap as well, but KU only gave up 318 yards of total offense to Iowa State in a 45-0 blowout loss. (Progress! Lol)
But the offense was awful. Bender and Stanley combined to complete just 11 passes on the day, although that’s not really fair to Stanley as he had just seven attempts.
This guy has had enough of Beaty, but someone needs to get him on the #FireZenger bandwagon.
Jesse Newell wonders if KU’s 5-25 three-point shooting against Oregon last March will affect Self’s personnel decisions this year, saying that if Bill Self wants to play big this year - and he has said as much - it’s going to take some creative lineups to make the minutes work.
Svi says his experience testing his stock in the NBA Draft last offseason showed him that he needs to be more than just a shooter.
Devin Dotson verbally committed to Kansas coaches two days before his official announcement.
VIDEO: Joel Embiid told reporters last week that he was planning on returning for his sophomore season, but someone “pushed” him to go to the draft.
Two days after knocking off #9 Texas, Kansas soccer falls to Baylor 1-0.
North Carolina gets off scott-free its academic fraud scandal.
Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance against NFL owners for collusion under the CBA.