With the NFL preseason underway, several rookies looked to prove themselves ahead of the start of the regular season on Sept. 6.
by: Benton Smith — KU Sports 5h
The most experienced and prolific skill player on the Kansas football roster entering this season, Steven Sims Jr. expects the Jayhawks to show significant progress offensively in the months ahead. Those who follow college football foresee Sims, a senior.
by: Sports Network — NCAA: Kansas Jayhawks 8h
Sims named to Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award watch list
by: @usatoday — USA Today 21h
Football being, in many ways, the ultimate team game can make it difficult for good players to shine when the players around them are ... not so good
by: Kellis Robinett — The Kansas City Star 17h
Kansas State quarterback Skylar Thompson became one of the first redshirt freshmen to succeed under Wildcats coach Bill Snyder last season. Fueled by the memory of his mother and grandfather, he seems poised for more in 2018.
by: Braden Shaw | @bradenshaw4real — Daily Kansan 13 Aug
Beginning at the home opener against Nicholls St on Sept. 1, three former Jayhawks, Chris Harris Jr, Todd Reesing and Larry Brown, will be inducted into the Kansas football Ring
by: N/A — The Kansas City Star 13 Aug
Missouri senior tackle Paul Adams talks about the state of the Tigers’ offensive line on Aug. 13, 2018 and whether they’re upset of being left off the all-conference team.
by: Jesse Newell — The Wichita Eagle 13 Aug
The Kansas Jayhawks football program will need to prove — with results on the field — that is both better and different than unsuccessful squads of the past. Here are five bold predictions and game-by-game picks for KU’s 2018 season.
by: Mike.Plank — SB Nation: Rock Chalk Talk 12 Aug
With three weeks to go, we take a look at the third opponent on KU’s 2018 schedule, the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers.