Kansas Jayhawks football players — especially those from Louisiana — seem to be in favor of the hiring of former LSU coach Les Miles. He will take over following KU’s season finale against the Texas Longhorns.
James Wiseman, a 7-foot senior center from Memphis East High School who is ranked No. 2 in the recruiting Class of 2019 by Rivals.com, on Tuesday committed to play basketball at Memphis. KU was also a finalist.
A look at the Kansas Jayhawks’ football game vs. the No. 11 Texas Longhorns at Booth Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kan., with five things to know, kickoff time and TV info. This is coach David Beaty’s finale.
Why did the Kansas Jayhawks’ football opening interest former LSU Tigers coach Les Miles? He explained that — along with his fashion choices — during an introductory press conference with AD Jeff Long at KU.
The Kansas Jayhawks hired former LSU coach Les Miles as their next football coach and he brings the credibility of a coach who has won a national championship and had great success at LSU and Oklahoma State.
Les Miles became Kansas’ new football coach on Sunday. The Jayhawks, who’ve won six Big 12 football games in the last decade, were wise to hire someone who has both a pulse and a national championship.
Les Miles is the new Kansas Jayhawks football coach, hired on a five-year contract worth $2,775,000 annually. He landed at Topeka’s Forbes Field and will be introduced Sunday at a 5 p.m. news conference.
In his last season as Kansas Jayhawks football coach, David Beaty is about to do something his two predecessors couldn’t: He’s about to lead an offense that won’t finish last in the Big 12 in scoring average.
The Kansas Jayhawks’ three-point defense is an issue. And opponents — especially the last four, including Louisiana in an 89-76 loss — aren’t trying to hide their game plan when it comes to attacking KU.