Kansas is still looking to win just its second game against an FBS foe under David Beaty as the Jayhawks host West Virginia the conference opener for both teams.
The Jayhawks are 1-2 and are coming off a 42-30 loss at Ohio (not State). But coach says that’s OK because lots of teams are 1-2 right now.
West Virginia is 2-1 and is coming off a rough 59-16 annihilation of Delaware State. The one loss came in the season opener against Virginia Tech.
West Virginia leads the all-time series 5-1, with KU’s one win in the series coming in surprising fashion in Lawrence in 2013.
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