University of Kansas

July 21, 2014 12:07 PM

KU coach Charlie Weis hopes new offense leads to more wins

Jayhawks coach Charlie Weis said during Big 12 football media days on Monday that he has a number in mind of how many wins he thinks the team should have to signify progress. In two seasons at Kansas, Weis has tallied four victories — just one in the Big 12 — and failed to notch a road win.

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