Michael Cummings made his first start of the season Saturday in the Jayhawks’ 27-20 loss to Oklahoma State. It was not exactly pretty — interim head coach Clint Bowen used the words “junk-yard dog” to describe Cummings’ quarterback style — but it was, if not quite a blast of fresh air, a bit of a relief for the KU football program.
Michael Cummings made his first start of the season Saturday in the Jayhawks’ 27-20 loss to Oklahoma State. It was not exactly pretty — interim head coach Clint Bowen used the words “junk-yard dog” to describe Cummings’ quarterback style — but it was, if not quite a blast of fresh air, a bit of a relief for the KU football program. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
Michael Cummings made his first start of the season Saturday in the Jayhawks’ 27-20 loss to Oklahoma State. It was not exactly pretty — interim head coach Clint Bowen used the words “junk-yard dog” to describe Cummings’ quarterback style — but it was, if not quite a blast of fresh air, a bit of a relief for the KU football program. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
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Sunday Rewind: KU’s Michael Cummings emerges as intriguing option at quarterback

October 13, 2014 12:09 AM