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Carter Stanley threw for three touchdowns, Khalil Herbert rushed for 187 yards on 11 carries, and Kansas stunned Boston College 48-24 on Friday night for its first road win over a Power 5 school in nearly 11 years.
- Former Kansas coach Beaty's lawsuit to proceed
- Longtime KU broadcaster Falkenstien dies at 95
- Jayhawks DL Lee arrested on suspicion of DUI
- Kansas to begin beer, wine sales at games
After an 0-2 start, Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt searched for an analogy and came up with ... the Titanic. It's safe to say things aren't going well in Knoxville.
CJ Marable rushed for 148 yards and recorded two touchdowns to lead Coastal Carolina to a 12-7 victory over Kansas on Saturday night.
Carter Stanley threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Daylon Charlot with 2:20 left in the game, and Kansas rallied for a 24-17 victory over Indiana State on Saturday to avoid saddling new coach Les Miles with a devastating defeat in his debut.
What does the season hold for Trevor Lawrence and the rest of college football? We look into our crystal ball for the upcoming campaign.
A federal judge has ruled that former Kansas coach David Beaty's lawsuit against the school will proceed, declining a motion from the university to dismiss.
Which new coaches need to win right away? Which ones are in rebuilding years? We break down the expectations for each new coach in 2019.
Max Falkenstien, the affable and silver-tongued "Voice of the Jayhawks" who brought Kansas football and basketball into the homes of fans for six decades, died Monday. He was 95.
Can Tua be better? (Probably.) Can UConn's defense be worse? (Probably not.) Plus, a look at the spectacular fall of Louisville and lots more.
Malcolm Lee, a sophomore transfer at Kansas, has been arrested for suspicion of DUI.
Kansas will begin the sale of beer and wine at home football games this season, joining a growing number of Big 12 schools to offer alcohol sales at sporting events.
Can Oklahoma stay on top while replacing another Heisman winner? Is Texas, you know, back? And what should we expect from Les Miles at Kansas? We answer all the Big 12's burning questions for 2019.
Kansas running back Pooka Williams is back with the team following a seven-month suspension tied to his domestic battery arrest in December. He will sit out the Jayhawks' opener.
Kansas, which has worn Adidas gear since 2005, has lengthened its deal with the footwear and apparel company through 2031. An extension last year was put on hold amid an FBI investigation.
Les Miles won't put a number on how many games Kansas will win this season, but rest assured, the Mad Hatter and the Jayhawks are ready for the challenge.