University of Kansas

August 29, 2014 8:15 PM

Five seasons ago, KU football started a fall that continues today

How did KU football go from really good to really bad, really fast? The time after Mark Mangino’s departure has been marked by crucial missteps, ego clashes and a power vacuum that has driven the on-field product into the worst four-year stretch in the program’s history.

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