WATCH: Les Miles plays tailgate games with students on campus
Les Miles has continued to make public appearances on campus and engage with students similar to what past KU coaches have done. His latest expedition? Challenging students to a variety of tailgate games.
Cozart appreciates chance to come back, throw at KU pro day
“It was actually probably like two weeks ago. I came up here to check out the new indoor [facility] and I came to catch spring practice before they went on Spring Break,” former KU quarterback Montell Cozart told Phog.net shortly after the Jayhawks' pro day. “[Director of football communications] Katy Lonergan had reached out to me, asked me if I’d be interested in coming back and throwing. I told her, ‘Without a doubt.’ I didn’t hesitate, and I told her, ‘Yes, I would love to come back and throw with these guys.’”
Kansas coach Bill Self recommending time off for 'tired' Jayhawks | KUsports.com
While the common response to a season-ending loss like the one the Kansas men’s basketball team suffered nearly two weeks in Salt Lake City is to get in the gym and get after it harder than ever so nothing like that ever happens again, KU coach Bill Self has advised a slightly different approach for the current Jayhawks.
Though discreet, Les Miles provides some details about KU's spring scrimmages | KUsports.com
While head coach Les Miles chose not to divulge much about what occurred behind the closed doors of the program’s new indoor practice facility during those sessions, which double as rudimentary versions of a game day in the fall, he did make it known that he has seen some promise from the Jayhawks.
'Painful' early-morning conditioning work introduced Jayhawks to Les Miles' standards | Smithology | KUsports.com
Head coach Les Miles, his assistants and KU’s strength and conditioning staff made a point in February and early March, before the team’s spring football practices began, to push the players with intense conditioning work that doubled as a wake-up call — and an early one at that.
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