Campus Corner

July 26, 2013 8:44 PM

KU, K-State face more competition to keep top football recruits in state

KU and K-State coaches say signing the Division I scholarship players that come out of Kansas high schools each year is pivotal for both programs. Thing is, they aren’t the only two teams that view Kansas as home recruiting ground. In recent years, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have repeatedly looked north as KU and K-State face more competition than ever to sign the state’s top ranked players.

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