LAWRENCE — Kansas coach Charlie Weis trusts Dayne Crist as his quarterback. Here’s proof.
During Kansas’ spring game on Saturday — a 45-0 win for the first-unit Blue team — Weis called a run play from his spot on the field. Crist, though, not… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — When watching Kansas’ annual spring game under Turner Gill, it felt, in many ways, like watching a lighthearted get-together, not anything like a game.
Even Mark Mangino’s spring games felt far more easygoing than any of his practices … Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — Charlie Weis walked in at exactly the scheduled starting time of 1 p.m., as he has done for each of his news conferences this spring.
He grasped both sides of the podium and informed everyone that he wanted to address a few things before a… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — First, before anything else, you need to understand what the Kansas staff is working with. At least, according to one assistant coach.
DeMontie Cross coaches KU’s linebackers, and so far, with the majority of spring practices complete, h… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — The Kansas Relays is one of those events where it feels oddly the same each year while also, at the same time, feeling oddly different.
Bershawn “Batman” Jackson runs and wins for the seventh time, while Kansas sophomore Diamond Dixon … Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — Maybe Michael Reynolds will make a huge impact on this year’s Kansas defense. Then again, maybe he won’t.
But what’s clear in listening to coach Charlie Weis and defensive coordinator Dave Campo is this: The Jayhawks still need to im… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — When he first looked into becoming Kansas’ defensive coordinator, Dave Campo had a pressing question for head coach Charlie Weis.
Of course Campo looked at all the problems surrounding last year’s defense, but those didn’t factor int… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — Daymond Patterson won’t confirm this as true, but, yeah, it’s definitely true.
Patterson, Kansas’ speedy receiver, likes to race because he usually wins. That’s the thing that makes racing fun, isn’t it? If you lose, you probably… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — It was, as Kansas coach Bill Self told the crowd inside the Holidome, perhaps the final time the entire 2011-2012 basketball team will be together.
On Monday night, before Danny Manning headed back to Tulsa, before Thomas Robinson turned p… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — It was a season that started with a bit of caution from Kansas coach Bill Self. Enjoy the process, he said to fans during the Late Night festivities because this season looked at the beginning like it would be a process.
Yet on that night,… Continue reading →