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PLAYER BIOS 45

COACH BIOS 71

2018 REVIEW 107

RECORD BOOK 121

HISTORY BOOK 149

INTRODUCTION

QUICK FACTS

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Editor: Katy Lonergan

Cover Design: Ashley McCaffrey Editorial Assistance: Josh Carson, Theresa Kurtz, Brent Beerends, Erin Penning, Sophie Darting, Charlie Sides Photography: Jeff and Laura Jacobsen Additional Photos: Mike Gunnoe, Rachel Pincus, LeAnn Meyer, Doug Stremel, Jason Dailey, Harland J Schuste, KU Student Housing, KU Marketing Communications, Communications Archives, Lawrence Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, NFL Teams, Orange Bowl Committee.

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MEET THE JAYHAWKS Returnee Bios Newcomer Bios

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COACHES/STAFF Head Coach Les Miles Assistant Coaches Football Staff Mike Vollmar, Senior Associate AD for Football Jeff Long, Director of Athletics

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2019 OPPONENTS Opponents 98 Series Histories 100 All-Time Series History 102 2019-20 Bowl Schedule 103 Big 12 Conference 104 Big 12 Commissioner 105 2018 REVIEW 2018 Results/Stats Team Game-by-Game Stats Individual Game-by-Game Stats 2018 Game Recaps

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RECORD BOOK Rushing Records Passing Records Receiving Records Total Offense Records All-Purpose Records Scoring Records Place Kicking Records Punting Records

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Kick Return Records Punt Return Records Tackle Records Interception Records Team Per-Game Bests Team Game Bests Team Year-by-Year Totals Miscellaneous Team Records

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HISTORY AP All-Americans National Honors All-Star Game Selections All-Conference Honors Academic All-Conference Honors NCAA Rankings Conference Leaders NFL Jayhawks KU in the NFL Draft vs. AP Ranked Opponents KU in the Polls All-Time Bowl Summaries Bowl Game Records All-Time Lettermen Capsule History Year-by-Year Results All-Time Coaching Records Season Results All-Time Assistant Coaches Douglas A. Girod, University Chancellor Jayhawk IMG Sports Network Media Information NCAA Compliance

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Guide Layout and Design: Kathleen Cooper

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FO OT BA L L UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location Lawrence, Kan. School Founded 1866 Enrollment 28,510 Nickname Jayhawks Colors Crimson (Pantone 186) and Blue (Pantone 293) Conference Big 12 Conference Chancellor Douglas A. Girod (UC Davis, 1981; UC San Francisco, 1985) Director of Athletics Jeff Long (Ohio Wesleyan, 1982; Miami (Ohio), 1984) Senior Associate A.D./Football Administration Mike Vollmar Ticket Office Phone 800/34-HAWKS (2957) STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium Name Kivisto Field at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium Year Opened 1921 Capacity 50,071 Surface Field Turf (Installed 2009)

COACHING STAFF

SUPPORT STAFF

Les Miles Head Coach Alma Mater Michigan, 1976 Record at KU 0-0 (First Season) Overall Record 142-55 (17th Season) Clint Bowen Safeties Kwahn Drake Defensive Run Game Coord./Defensive Line Mike Ekeler Special Teams Coord./Inside Linebackers D.J. Eliot Defensive Coord./Outside Linebackers Jeff Hecklinski Recruiting Coord./Tight Ends Tony Hull Running Backs Chevis Jackson Defensive Backs Emmett Jones Wide Receivers Les Koenning Quarterbacks Luke Meadows Offensive Line Zac Woodfin Director of Strength & Conditioning Brett Allen Graduate Assistant - Defense Kyle Blocker Graduate Assistant - Defense Gaston Lamascus Graduate Assistant - Offense Cody Scribner Graduate Assistant - Offense

Mike Huff

Director of Football Operations

Edward Jones II

Director of Player Personnel

Dave Shumate

Director of Personnel

Tyler Olker

Director of Recruiting Operations

Will Redmond

Director of Recruiting

Drew Hixson

Director of Scouting

Alex Knisely

Director of Football Video

Jeff Himes

Equipment Manager

Dirk Wedd

Director of High School Relations

Erin Dunston

Director of On-Campus Recruiting

Kevin Berg

Director of Creative Media - Video

Ashley McCaffrey Director of Creative Media- Graphic Design Steven Biter

Assistant to the Head Coach

Brent Dearmon

Senior Offensive Consultant

Devin Ducote

Senior Special Teams Consultant

Tony Coaxum

Senior Analyst, Special Teams

Kim Dameron

Senior Analyst, Defense

Joshua Eargle

Senior Analyst, Offense

Tony Pecoraro

Senior Analyst, Defense

Travis Partridge

Quality Control - Offense

Chidera Uzo-Diribe

COMMUNICATIONS Director of FB Communications Katy Lonergan Office Phone 785-864-7314 Cell Phone 785-691-7026 Email katyl@ku.edu Asst. Dir. of Communications (Secondary FB) TBA Office Phone TBA Cell Phone TBA Email TBA Office Manager (Credentials) Erin Penning Office Phone 785-864-3417 Email epenning@ku.edu Website KUAthletics.com

Sarah Woodruff Stacey Potter

Quality Control - Defense Assoc. Dir. of Football Operations Assistant Dietician

Hannah Tourtillott Asst. Director of On-Campus Recruiting Weston Nielsen

Assistant Director of Football Video

Andrew Vereen

Certified Athletic Trainer

Cole Vertz

Certified Athletic Trainer

Keith Belton

Associate Strength & Conditioning

John Shaw

Assistant Strength & Conditioning

Jack Wilson

Assistant Strength & Conditioning

Stewart Young Tracey Dillon

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Administrative Assistant, Head Coach

Evin Norman

Administrative Assistant, Recruiting

Emily Ellison

Administrative Assistant, Assistant Coaches


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LETTERMEN RETURNING

% RETURNING

OFFENSE (12)

CATEGORY RETURNING/TOTAL PCT. Rushing Yards 1909/1903 100% Passing Yards 413/2307 18% Receiving Yards 1053/2307 46% Tackles 387/774 50% Tackles For Loss 23.5/66.0 36% Sacks 6.0/21.0 29% Interceptions 11/15 69% Kickoff Return Yards 272/451 60% Punt Return Yards 79/79 100% Touchdowns 21/35 60% Field Goals Made 0/12 0% Points 132/286 46%

YR. Sr. Jr. So. RJr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. RJr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

EXP. 1L 2L 1L 2L 1L 1L 1L 3L 3L 1L 1L 1L 2L 1L 3L 2L 1L 1L 1L 2L 3L 1L 1L 3L

YR. Jr. Jr. Jr. RJr. Jr.

EXP. 1L 1L 2L 2L 2L

YR. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

EXP. 2L 4L 2L 2L 1L 4L 3L 1L 4L 4L 2L 1L

YR. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

EXP. 4L 2L 2L 1L 3L 4L 4L 4L 2L 2L 1L 4L

YR. Sr. Sr.

EXP. 2L 4L

DEFENSE (12) POS. NAME LB *Joe Dineen Jr. DT Isi Holani DT *J.J. Holmes DE Brian Lipscomb LB *Keith Loneker Jr. S Tyrone Miller Jr. S Emmanuel Moore LB Osaze Ogbebor DT *KeyShaun Simmons CB *Shakial Taylor S Robert Topps III DT *Daniel Wise SPECIALISTS (2) POS. NAME K *Gabriel Rui LS *John Wirtel

RETURNING (8) POS. NAME OL Hakeem Adeniji CB Hasan Defense CB Corione Harris S Mike Lee WR Stephon Robinson P Kyle Thompson S Bryce Torneden RB Pooka Williams Jr. AP Pooka Williams Jr.

HONOR (COACHES/AP) 2nd Team HM HM (DFOY) HM HM (ONOY) 2nd Team/2nd Team HM 1st Team/2nd Team 1st Team/1st Team

LOST (3) POS. NAME LB Joe Dineen Jr. K Gabriel Rui DT Daniel Wise

HONOR (COACHES/AP) 1st Team/1st Team HM 1st Team/1st Team

2018 NATIONAL RANKINGS

* - Indicates 2018 starter

2018 REVIEW Overall Record Conference Record Home Record Road Record Neutral Site Record

2018 BIG 12 HONOREES

3-9 1-8 2-4 1-5 0-0

RETURNING POS. NAME RANKING (TOP 75) CB Hasan Defense 55 in total interceptions 64 in interceptions per game WR Kwamie Lassiter II 41 in punt returns S Mike Lee 28 in forced fumbles P Kyle Thompson 30 in punting RB Pooka Williams Jr. 7 in all-purpose yards 10 in rush yards per carry 22 in rushing yards per game 35 in rushing yards LOST POS. NAME QB Peyton Bender LB Joe Dineen Jr. K Gabriel Rui CB Shakial Taylor

RANKING 63 in completions per game 1 in solo tackles 4 in total tackles 24 in forced fumbles 62 in field goals per game 55 in total interceptions 64 in interceptions per game

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DEFENSE (24) POS. NAME NT Jelani Brown NT Sam Burt S Nick Caudle CB Julian Chandler DE Codey Cole III CB *Hasan Defense LB Jay Dineen LB Denzel Feaster S DeAnte Ford CB *Corione Harris LB Drew Harvey CB Elmore Hempstead Jr. H *Kyron Johnson H Azur Kamara S *Mike Lee CB Kyle Mayberry DE Willie McCaleb S Jeremiah McCullough DE Darrius Moragne LB Dru Prox S Shaquille Richmond H Najee Stevens-McKenzie S Ricky Thomas S *Bryce Torneden

POS. NAME QB *Peyton Bender WR *Jeremiah Booker FB Caperton Humphrey WR *Kerr Johnson Jr. RB Kendall Morris WR Tyler Patrick RB Reese Randall TE Mavin Saunders WR Ryan Schadler WR *Steven Sims Jr. RB Deron Thompson OL *Dwayne Wallace

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YR. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. RJr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. RSo. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So.

INTRODUCTION

OFFENSE (25) POS. NAME OL *Hakeem Adeniji OL Earl Bostick Jr. WR Daylon Charlot OL *Malik Clark WR Evan Fairs QB Miles Fallin OL *Kevin Feder OL Antione Frazier OL Joseph Gilbertson FB Hudson Hall WR Quan Hampton RB Khalil Herbert OL Chris Hughes WR Hunter Kaufman WR Kwamie Lassiter II TE Jack Luavasa OL Clyde McCauley III WR Kameron McQueen WR *Stephon Robinson TE James Sosinski QB Carter Stanley OL *Andru Tovi RB Dom Williams RB *Pooka Williams Jr. WR Takulve Williams

SPECIALISTS (5) POS. NAME P/K Donovan Gagen LS Kolin Hayes K *Liam Jones LS Logan Klusman P *Kyle Thompson * - Indicates 2018 starter

LETTERMEN LOST

TOTAL (26)

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78 Hakeem Adeniji 6 Valerian Agbaw Jr. 19 Jakob Ahlschwede 91 Jelani Arnold B 41 Tom Barrett 34 Nate Betts 34 Zack Biddison 83 Jacob Borcila 68 Earl Bostick Jr. 90 Jelani Brown 91 Cole Brungardt 47 Jerek Butcher 93 Sam Burt C 35 Nick Caudle 10 Julian Chandler 38 Nick Channel 2 Daylon Charlot 61 Malik Clark 94 Codey Cole III 86 Mac Copeland D 13 Hasan Defense 43 Jay Dineen 32 Dylan Downing F 43 Mason Fairchild 3 Evan Fairs 15 Miles Fallin 18 Denzel Feaster 67 Kevin Feder 7 Davon Ferguson 26 Rob Fiorentino 27 DeAnte Ford 23 Donovan Franklin 75 Antione Frazier 45 Dylan Freberg G 92 Donovan Gagen 18 Velton Gardner 79 Joseph Gilbertson H 49 Hudson Hall 6 Quan Hampton 47 Trayvon Hards 2 Corione Harris 33 Drew Harvey 63 Kolin Hayes 3 Elmore Hempstead Jr. 10 Khalil Herbert 88 Jamahl Horne 60 Luke Hosford 76 Chris Hughes J 15 Kyron Johnson 17 Elijah Jones 46 Liam Jones K 5 Azur Kamara 80 Hunter Kaufman 17 Miles Kendrick 67 Logan Klusman

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POS.

OL CB QB DE S LB TE K OL NT K LB NT S S LB WR OL DE TE CB LB LB TE WR QB LB OL S RB S RB OL TE P/K RB OL FB WR WR CB LB LS CB RB WR LS OL H CB K H WR QB LS

No. 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 19 20 23 23 24 25 26 26 27 30 31 32 33 34 34 35 36 38 39 40 41 43 43 44 44 45 45 46 46

Name Bryce Torneden Pooka Williams Jr. Daylon Charlot Corione Harris Evan Fairs Elmore Hempstead Jr. Andrew Parchment Shaquille Richmond Azur Kamara Stephon Robinson Jr. Valerian Agbaw Jr. Quan Hampton Davon Ferguson Thomas MacVittie Kwamie Lassiter II Carter Stanley Najee Stevens-McKenzie Julian Chandler Khalil Herbert Mike Lee Ezra Naylor II Torry Locklin Jeremiah McCullough Hasan Defense Billy Maples Manny Miles Steven Parker Miles Fallin Kyron Johnson Kyle Mayberry Takulve Williams Elijah Jones Miles Kendrick Denzel Feaster Velton Gardner Jakob Ahlschwede Jordan Preston Donovan Franklin Kenny Logan Jr. Ricky Thomas Dom Williams Rob Fiorentino Cody McNerney DeAnte Ford Cooper Root Pelumi Okeowo Dylan Downing Drew Harvey Nate Betts Zack Biddison Nick Caudle Lawrence Shadd Nick Channel Ryan Malbrough Dru Prox Tom Barrett Jay Dineen Mason Fairchild Willie McCaleb Jake McClure Dylan Freberg Tyler Stottle Liam Jones Sam Schroeder

Pos. S RB WR CB WR CB WR S H WR CB WR S QB WR QB H S RB S WR QB S CB QB QB LB QB H CB WR CB QB LB RB QB QB RB CB S RB RB LB S LB RB LB LB LB TE S WR LB LB LB S LB TE DE TE TE S K FB

Ht. 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-0 6-4 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-6 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-0

Wt. 190 170 193 180 210 175 188 202 235 175 170 178 197 215 175 198 225 182 205 181 210 210 200 193 210 2015 220 225 220 180 200 180 195 225 190 205 205 182 195 180 200 205 213 181 236 200 225 230 195 240 191 189 220 192 215 205 225 250 240 215 230 180 180 250

Yr. Sr. So. Sr. So. RJr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. RSo. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. RJr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. RJr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. RJr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So.

Exp. 3L 1L 2L 1L 2L 1L JC 3L 1L 1L HS 1L RS JC 2L 3L 1L 1L 3L 3L JC HS 1L 2L RS TR HS 1L 2L 2L 1L RS RS 3L HS HS HS TR HS 1L 2L HS RS 3L 1L HS HS 1L RS RS 1L HS RS RS 2L SQ 1L HS 1L RS RS HS 2L 1L

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Lawrence, Kan. (Free State HS) New Orleans, La. (Hahnville HS) Patterson, La. (Patterson HS/Alabama) New Orleans, La. (Landry-Walker HS) Fulshear, Texas (Foster HS) Smackover, Ark. (Smackover HS/Fort Scott CC) Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Cypress Bay HS/Northern Illinois/Iowa Central CC) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Mansfield Timberview [Texas] HS) Glendale, Ariz. (Central HS/Arizona Western College) Los Angeles, Calif. (Narbonne HS/El Camino JC) Powder Springs, Ga. (McEachern HS) Texarkana, Texas (Texas HS) Baltimore, Md. (St. Vincent Pallotti HS/Hartnell College) Cincinnati, Ohio (Moeller HS/Pittsburgh/Mesa CC) Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS) Vero Beach, Fla. (Vero Beach HS) Cleveland, Ohio (Bedford HS/ASA College) Houston, Texas (Fort Bend Hightower HS) Coral Springs, Fla. (American Heritage HS) New Orleans, La. (Landry-Walker HS) Atlanta, Ga. (North Atlanta HS/Kennesaw State/Iowa Central CC) Rockdale, Texas (Rockdale HS) Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS/Hartnell College) Jacksonville, Fla. (Atlantic Coast HS/Kilgore College) Kansas City, Mo. (Park Hill HS) Baton Rouge, La. (University HS/North Carolina) Dallas, Texas (South Oak Cliff HS) Canyon Country, Calif. (Canyon HS) Arlington, Texas (Lamar HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington HS) New Orleans, La. (St. Augustine HS) Cape Coral, Fla. (North Fort Myers HS/Ellsworth CC) Morgan Hill, Calif. (Valley Christian HS/College of San Mateo) Austin, Texas (Manor HS) Dallas, Texas (Skyline HS) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Southwest HS) Lawrence, Kan. (Mill Valley HS) Severn, Md. (Old Mill HS/Army) St. Augustine, Fla. (Menendez HS) New Orleans, La. (Dutchtown HS/Blinn CC) McKinney, Texas (Independence HS) Somerville, N.J. (Somerville HS) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate HS) Houston, Texas (Ridge Point HS) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate HS) Wichita, Kan. (Goddard HS) Kansas City, Kan. (Bishop Miege HS) Crete, Ill. (Crete Monee HS/Wyoming/Hutchinson CC) Kerens, Texas (Kerens HS/Blinn JC) Overland Park, Kan. (Olathe East HS) Atchison, Kan. (Maur Hill HS) Atlanta, Ga. (McEachern HS) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel HS) Cecilia, La. (Cecilia HS) Kaufman, Texas (Kaufman HS) Cleveland, Ohio (St. Ignatius HS) Lawrence, Kan. (Free State HS) Andale, Kan. (Andale HS) Grenada, Miss. (Grenada HS/Northwest Mississippi CC) Wichita, Kan. (Maize HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley North HS) Prairie Village, Kan. (Shawnee Mission East HS) Choctaw, Okla. (Choctaw HS) Wichita, Kan. (Trinity Academy)


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Ht. 6-0 6-7 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-9 6-2 6-4 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-9 6-1 6-6 6-8 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 5-11 6-4 6-0 6-7 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-6 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-5

Wt. 225 219 230 205 270 230 218 330 327 291 225 320 210 315 280 300 235 290 290 309 320 280 305 305 320 320 310 310 187 222 195 260 170 250 260 190 255 176 245 297 270 240 185 285 287 350 265 290

Yr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. RJr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So.

Exp. HS TR 3L HS RS RS HS RS RS RS HS 2L 1L RS 1L 1L 2L 2L RS RS RS HS 3L 3L 2L 2L 3L 1L 1L 2L 2L 2L HS RS RS HS 1L RS HS 1L SQ SQ 1L 2L 1L HS 1L JC

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 1 Bryce TORNEDEN tor-NAY-den 2 DAYLON CHARLOT DAY-lun Charlotte 2 CORIONE Harris Core-ee-on 5 STEPHON Robinson Steph-ON 7 DAVON Ferguson DAY-VON 9 NAJEE Stevens-McKenzie Nah-Gee 13 HASAN DEFENSE huh-SAHN duh-FENCE 15 Miles FALLIN FOUL-in 16 TAKULVE Williams tuh-KUHL-vay 35 Nick CAUDLE COD-ull

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Pittsburg, Kan. (Pittsburg HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Washington HS/Coffeyville CC/Ottawa) Austin, Texas (Westlake HS) Broken Arrow, Okla. (Broken Arrow HS) Lawrence, Kan. (Free State HS) Kansas City, Mo. (St. Pius X HS) Gardner, Kan. (Gardner HS) Apopka, Fla. (Apopka HS/Coffeyville CC) East Palo Alto, Calif. (Menlo-Atherton HS/College of San Mateo) Kansas City, Mo. (Rockhurst HS) Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Woodridge HS) New Orleans, La. (Warren Easton HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Park Hill HS) Lawrence, Kan. (Free State HS) Argyle, Texas (Argyle HS) Ramsey, N.J. (Don Boscoe Prep/Ohio State) Lafayette, La. (St. Thomas More HS) Barnwell, S.C. (Barnwell HS) Overland, Mo. (Ritenour HS) Amarillo, Texas (Tascosa HS) East Palo Alto, Calif. (Woodside HS/College of San Mateo) Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Washington HS) Arlington, Texas (Bowie HS) Huffman, Texas (Hargrave HS) Harker Heights, Texas (Harker Heights HS) Halawa, Hawaii (Mililani HS/Pima CC) Garland, Texas (Garland HS) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Northwest HS) Pratt, Kan. (Pratt HS) El Cajon, Calif. (Christian HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Union HS) Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS/South Mountain CC) Westerville, Ohio (Westerville Central HS) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe Northwest HS) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate HS) Olathe, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) San Francisco, Calif. (Riordan HS/Snow College) Miami, Fla. (Sunset HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley North HS) San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove HS/College of San Mateo) Irving, Texas (MacArthur HS) Lawrence, Kan. (Lawrence HS) Belleville, Ill. (Althoff Catholic HS/Hutchinson CC) Abilene, Kan. (Abilene HS) Ypsilanti, Mich. (Bellevue HS/Tiffin College/Butler CC) Meridian, Miss. (Meridian HS) Holland, Mich. (Riley [Ind.] HS/Arizona Western College) Omaha, Neb. (Bellevue West HS/Iowa Western CC)

43 Jay DINEEN duh-NEEN 46 LIAM Jones LEE-um 46 Sam SCHROEDER sh-RAID-er 64 JALAN Robinson JAY-len 67 Logan KLUSMAN KLUSS-man 75 ANTIONE Frazier an-TWAN 77 Andru TOVI TOE-vee 78 HAKEEM ADENIJI HAH-KEEM uh-DENUH-gee 91 Cole BRUNGARDT BRUN-guard 92 Donovan GAGEN GAY-gun

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME

L 8 Kwamie Lassiter II 99 Malcolm Lee 11 Mike Lee 55 Reuben Lewis 51 John Lillig 12 Torry Locklin 23 Kenny Logan Jr. 72 Adagio Lopeti 71 Jacobi Lott 87 Jack Luavasa M 7 Thomas MacVittie 39 Ryan Malbrough 58 Api Mane 13 Billy Maples 16 Kyle Mayberry 44 Willie McCaleb 74 Clyde McCauley III 44 Jake McClure 12 Jeremiah McCullough 26 Cody McNerney 81 Kameron McQueen 14 Manny Miles 97 Darrius Moragne 59 Jack Murphy N 11 Ezra Naylor II O 31 Pelumi Okeowo 86 Joe O'Leary P 4 Andrew Parchment 14 Steven Parker 84 Jack Parks 49 Gavin Potter 20 Jordan Preston 40 Dru Prox R 4 Shaquille Richmond 54 Darin Robertson 64 Jalan Robinson 5 Stephon Robinson Jr. 50 Spencer Roe 30 Cooper Root S 46 Sam Schroeder 36 Lawrence Shadd 82 James Sosinski 89 Jack Stallard 9 Carter Stanley 9 Najee Stevens-McKenzie 45 Tyler Stottle T 95 DaJon Terry 24 Ricky Thomas 80 Kyle Thompson 1 Bryce Torneden 77 Andru Tovi W 73 Jack Werner 25 Dom Williams 65 Jack Williams 70 Nick Williams 1 Pooka Williams Jr. 16 Takulve Williams

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WR DT S NT LB QB CB OL OL TE QB LB OL QB CB DE OL TE S LB WR QB DE OL WR RB k WR LB TE LB QB LB S LB OL WR NT LB FB WR TE DE QB H S DT S P S OL OL RB OL OL RB WR

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Pos. LB WR FB LB NT LB LB NT OL OL LS OL LS OL OL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR P WR TE K TE TE K TE WR DE NT DE K P/K NT DE DT DE DT

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Name Jerek Butcher Trayvon Hards Hudson Hall Gavin Potter Spencer Roe John Lillig Darin Robertson Reuben Lewis Api Mane Jack Murphy Luke Hosford Malik Clark Kolin Hayes Jalan Robinson Jack Williams Kevin Feder Logan Klusman Earl Bostick Jr. Nick Williams Jacobi Lott Adagio Lopeti Jack Werner Clyde McCauley III Antione Frazier Chris Hughes Andru Tovi Hakeem Adeniji Joseph Gilbertson Hunter Kaufman Kyle Thompson Kameron McQueen James Sosinski Jacob Borcila Jack Parks Mac Copeland Joe O’Leary Jack Luavasa Jamahl Horne Jack Stallard Jelani Brown Jelani Arnold Cole Brungardt Donovan Gagen Sam Burt Codey Cole III DaJon Terry Darrius Moragne Malcolm Lee

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No. 47 47 49 49 50 51 54 55 58 59 60 61 63 64 65 67 67 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 80 81 82 83 84 86 86 87 88 89 90 91 91 92 93 94 95 97 99

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ROSTER BY STATE ARIZONA (3) Azur Kamara Kwamie Lassiter II James Sosinski

ARKANSAS (1) Elmore Hempstead Jr.

Glendale Chandler Chandler Smackover

CALIFORNIA (8) Jelani Brown Miles Fallin Miles Kendrick Adagio Lopeti Jack Luavasa Api Mane Stephon Robinson Jr. Kyle Thompson

San Jose Canyon Country Morgan Hill East Palo Alto San Francisco East Palo Alto Los Angeles El Cajon

FLORIDA (8) Hasan Defense Khalil Herbert Jamahl Horne Elijah Jones Reuben Lewis Kenny Logan Jr. Andrew Parchment Carter Stanley

Jacksonville Coral Springs Miami Cape Coral Apopka St. Augustine Fort Lauderdale Vero Beach

GEORGIA (3) Valerian Agbaw Jr. Ezra Naylor II Lawrence Shadd

Powder Springs Atlanta Atlanta

HAWAII (1) Andru Tovi ILLINOIS (2) Donovan Gagen Drew Harvey IOWA (1) Jack Werner KANSAS (28) Zack Biddison Cole Brungardt Sam Burt Jerek Butcher Nick Caudle Nick Channel Mac Copeland Jay Dineen Dylan Downing Mason Fairchild Dylan Freberg Joseph Gilbertson Trayvon Hards Hunter Kaufman Jake McClure Cody McNerney Pelumi Okeowo Joe O'Leary Jack Parks Jordan Preston Darin Robertson Jalan Robinson Spencer Roe Cooper Root Sam Schroeder Jack Stallard Tyler Stottle Bryce Torneden

Halawa Belleville Crete Cedar Rapids Overland Park Lawrence Abilene Pittsburg Atchison Wichita Wichita Lawrence Kansas City Andale Overland Park Wichita Overland Park Pratt Wichita Wichita Wichita Olathe Olathe Lawrence Gardner Lawrence Lawrence Wichita Wichita Overland Park Prairie Village Lawrence

KANSAS 28 TEXAS 20 LOUISIANA 10 CALIFORNIA 8 FLORIDA 8 LOUISANA (10) Daylon Charlot Malik Clark Corione Harris Logan Klusman Mike Lee Ryan Malbrough Manny Miles Ricky Thomas Pooka Williams Jr. Takulve Williams

Patterson New Orleans New Orleans Lafayette New Orleans Cecilia Baton Rouge New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans

MARYLAND (3) Davon Ferguson Donovan Franklin Jeremiah McCullough

Baltimore Severn Baltimore

MICHIGAN (2) Codey Cole III Darrius Moragne

Ypsilanti Holland

MISSISSIPPI (2) Willie McCaleb DaJon Terry

Grenada Meridian

MISSOURI (5) Kolin Hayes John Lillig Billy Maples Jack Murphy Nick Williams NEBRASKA (2) Jakob Ahlschwede Malcolm Lee NEW JERSEY (2) Kevin Feder Rob Fiorentino

Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Overland Lincoln Omaha Ramsey Somerville

OHIO (5) Tom Barrett Jacob Borcila Luke Hosford Thomas MacVittie Najee Stevens-McKenzie

Cleveland Westerville Cuyahoga Falls Cincinnati Cleveland

OKLAHOMA (5) Liam Jones Kyle Mayberry Kameron McQueen Gavin Potter Shaquille Richmond

Choctaw Tulsa Tulsa Broken Arrow Oklahoma City

SOUTH CAROLINA (1) Earl Bostick Jr. TEXAS (20) Hakeem Adeniji Jelani Arnold Nate Betts Julian Chandler Evan Fairs Denzel Feaster DeAnte Ford Antione Frazier Velton Gardner Hudson Hall Quan Hampton Chris Hughes Kyron Johnson Torry Locklin Jacobi Lott Clyde McCauley III Steven Parker Dru Prox Dom Williams Jack Williams

Barnwell Garland Irving Kerens Houston Fulshear Austin Houston Huffman Dallas Austin Texarkana Harker Heights Arlington Rockdale Amarillo Arlington Dallas Kaufman McKinney Argyle


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GAMEDAY Fall Saturdays at the University of Kansas have become events, with the celebration starting well before kickoff. From tailgating before the game, to the spectacular Marching Jayhawks band, the atmosphere at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium for each home contest makes Lawrence a popular location for college football fans. Under first-year head coach Les Miles, the atmosphere around Memorial Stadium is sure to be lively for all seven of Kansas' home games in 2019.


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INTRODUCTION R O C K C H A L K J A Y H A W K

David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium has been the home of the Jayhawks since 1921.


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KIVISTO FIELD

Kivisto Field at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium provides one of college football’s most tradition-filled and picturesque settings.


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Construction on the Kansas Football Indoor Practice Facility began in April of 2018 and opened in time for spring practices in 2019. The new state-of-the-art indoor facility is immediately adjacent to the Anderson Family Football Complex, centered on David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium's 50-yard line for ease of access by the team and reduces the need for extended travel time to satellite training centers.

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PRACTICE FACILITY FEATURES • Approximately 90,000 square feet; full 120-yard field including end zones with additional 20 feet of runoff around entire playing surface • State-of-the-art indoor practice facility with air conditioning • Natural-filtered light along all facades to recreate game day experience • Ancillary building attached and equipped to support additional functions in space • On-site satellite sports medicine facilities with direct access to practice field • Lobby with direct visual and physical access to the practice field for recruitment and other functions • Football video editing suite with direct visual and physical access to practice field • State-of-the-art audio system


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The Anderson Family Football Complex continually undergoes updates – most recently in the fall of 2017 with the addition of a nutrition center – to remain one of the finest facilities in the nation.

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Kansas Athletics is outfitted with adidas gear — one of the largest such partnerships in college athletics. All KU football players are provided everything they need to compete at the highest level.

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Being the only Big 12 football team outfitted by adidas, paired with a distinctive Crimson and Blue color scheme, Kansas has some of the most unique uniforms in the conference and the nation. The Jayhawks sport one of their 36 uniform combinations each week and also wear an alternate uniform one game each year.

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MEDIA EXPOSURE During the 2018 season, every Kansas game was broadcasted by either the ESPN family of networks, FOX family of networks or the Jayhawk IMG Television Network. Each season all home games involving Big 12 teams will be televised on ABC, ESPN, FOX, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports Network regional, FOX College Sports or an institutional network. Each institution is allowed to televise one game on a school network.

Kansas football games can be found on a variety of channels throughout the season. All 12 games were televised in 2018, including on ESPN, ESPNU, FOX and Fox Sports 1.

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OF KU’S PROGRAMS WILL BE PROVIDED EXPOSURE OVER THE NEXT FEW YEARS

JAYHAWK INSIDER, an exclusive feature of KUAthletics.com that gives Jayhawk fans an inside look at behind-the-scenes action of all of the Kansas Athletics teams, from feature stories to unique videos and photos that can't be seen anywhere else!

KANSAS JAYHAWKS APP, the official mobile app of the Kansas Jayhawks offers a unique part of the Kansas gameday experience for KU athletic events. Subscribers can catch breaking team news, view updated statistics, access video-on-demand, watch live video streams as well access pregame previews and read game recaps.


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Kansas Athletics’ communications department is one of a handful in the country to house a “Creative Team” dedicated to promoting student-athletes on the web and social media. Employing modern digital-communication techniques and platforms, the Creative Team connects Jayhawk fans directly to the sports and athletes they love.

OVER 145,500 FANS Follow Kansas football across all social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram

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SOCIAL MEDIA

R O C K C H A L K J A Y H A W K KANSAS FOOTBALL’S SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT WAS VIEWED OVER 30 MILLION TIMES LAST YEAR.


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Aqib Talib (LA Rams) Chris Harris Jr. (Denver) Joe Dineen Jr. (Denver) Dorance Armstrong Jr. (Dallas) Daniel Wise (Dallas) Steven Sims Jr. (Washington) Bradley McDougald (Seattle) Shakial Taylor (Indianapolis) John Wirtel (Chicago)

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The Kansas Athletics Hall of Fame was established to formally recognize outstanding individuals and teams to preserve the heritage and tradition of the University’s athletic program. The Hall of Fame is monitored by the Kansas Athletics Board.

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James Bausch (FB, 1929-30) Anthony Collins (OL, 2005-07) Nolan Cromwell (QB, 1973-76)

1. BOBBY DOUGLASS (QB, 1966-68) 2. RAY EVANS (RB, 1941-42, 46-47) 3. JOHN HADL (RB/QB, 1959-61) Charles Hoag (RB, 1950-52) David Jaynes (QB, 1971-73) Tommy Johnson (QB, 1908-10)

4. BRUCE KALLMEYER (K, 1980-83) Curtis McClinton (RB, 1959-61) Mike McCormack (OT, 1948-50) George Mrkonic (OG/T, 1950-52) Dean Nesmith (T, 1933-35) John Outland (T, 1895) Harold Patterson (E, 1952-53) Willie Pless (LB, 1982-85) Gil Reich (QB, 1952) John Riggins (RB, 1968-70)

5. GALE SAYERS (RB, 1962-64)

Otto Schnellbacher (E, 1942, 46-47) Oliver Spencer (OG/T, 1950-52) Aqib Talib (CB, 2005-07)

6. JOHN ZOOK (DE, 1966-68)

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7. DON FAMBROUGH (1971-74, 79-82) Mark Mangino (2002-09) Glen Mason (1988-96) Jack Mitchell (1958-66) Bud Moore (1975-78) Pepper Rodgers (1967-70) George Sauer (1946-47)


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A trio of former Kansas football standouts has been enshrined in the Professional Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

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JOHN RIGGINS Washington Redskins

GALE SAYERS Chicago Bears

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RING OF HONOR

The names of those players honored in football at the University of Kansas are displayed at the top north bowl of David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium as a tribute to their careers. In addition, the three players who have had their jerseys retired – Ray Evans (42), John Hadl (21) and Gale Sayers (48) – are also listed with their respective numbers.

RING OF HONOR MEMBERS:

Gilbert Brown, Larry Brown, Anthony Collins, Nolan Cromwell, Bobby Douglass, Ray Evans, John Hadl, Chris Harris Jr., David Jaynes, Bruce Kallmeyer, Curtis McClinton, Mike McCormack, George Mrkonic, Willie Pless, Gil Reich, Gale Sayers, Otto Schnellbacher, Oliver Spencer, Aqib Talib, Todd Reesing, John Riggins, John Zook.

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LES MILES, Head Coach

2. D.J. ELIOT, Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers

3. LES KOENNING, Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks

4. MIKE EKELER, Special Teams Coordinator/ Inside Linebackers

5. JEFF HECKLINSKI, Recruiting Coordinator/ Tight Ends

6. KWAHN DRAKE, Defensive Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line

7. CLINT BOWEN, Safeties 8. TONY HULL, Running Backs 9. CHEVIS JACKSON, Defensive Backs

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING The Anderson Family Football Complex houses one of the most complete training facilities in the nation. The football-only facility features over 12,000 square feet of training area, including a 25-yard turf area and a 25-yard indoor turf running hill. The turf area has state-of-the-art high speed video capabilities to capture speed performance and to analyze biomechanics. Additionally, players have access to a full nutritional supplement kitchen to aid in performance and recovery.

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KANSAS TEAM HEALTH Kansas Athletics is collaborating with The University of Kansas Health System and LMH Health to launch Kansas Team Health, a new model of care that makes the resources of The University of Kansas Health System and LMH Health available to provide the best care possible for KU student-athletes, and clearly establishes the responsibility of care with medical professionals, while minimizing potential conflicts of interest between coaches and sports medicine staff. Kansas Team Health staff continue to constantly be on the cutting edge of injury prevention and rehabilitation. Using such state-of-the-art equipment as aquatic rehabilitation pools and monitored rehab systems, as well as a multitude of hands-on techniques, the staff at Kansas is able to implement programs for its athletes, which have resulted in significantly faster and safer return to competition.

1. OWEN STANLEY

Joined the KU sports medicine staff in May of 2018 as the head football athletic trainer after spending the previous three seasons at Texas A&M in the same role. Prior to working with the Aggies, Stanley worked at South Dakota State and with the Kansas City Chiefs.

2. COLE VERTZ

Came to Kansas from Wyoming where he spent nearly six years working as an associate athletics trainer and director of rehabilitation. Before joining the Cowboys, Vertz served as an assistant athletic trainer and coordinator of athletic training services at Barton College.

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Vereen is in his fourth year with Kansas football, after spending 2016 as a Certified Athletic Training Intern before being promoted to Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2017. Prior to KU, Vereen was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Northern Iowa where he worked with the football program.

4. DR. LARRY MAGEE

Has worked since 1988 as a team physician at Kansas, where he currently holds the title of Head Team Physician. In his role, Magee supervises the departments of Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning and Sports Nutrition.

5. STACEY POTTER

Joined KU athletics in March of 2019 as Football’s performance dietitian. Prior to joining KU, Stacey worked as a performance registered dietitician for Clemson and completed her graduate work with Ohio State football.

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The Student-Athlete Support Services staff focuses all collective resources in support of the academic, personal and interpersonal development of each individual it serves. As part of its commitment to the academic success of its athletes, Kansas Athletics completed a new academic complex in the summer of 2009. The facility features individual study rooms, a computer lab and offices for all Student-Athlete Support Services personnel.

KANSAS FOOTBALL PLAYERS EARNED ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM HONORS

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Tutoring is available to any student-athlete who needs academic assistance. Approximately 100 tutors work for Kansas Athletics, many of whom are instructors or teaching assistants at KU or retired educators. Some tutors are undergraduate students who have excelled in their respective subject areas. Kansas Athletics offers both individualized and small study group tutoring, based entirely upon the learning needs of each student-athlete. More than 1,500 tutoring sessions are scheduled each week. More than 300 student-athletes work with tutors each semester.

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FRESHMAN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

To develop committed leaders who represent the University of Kansas and its intercollegiate athletic programs with pride, integrity and intense competitive spirit.

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SAAC’s mission is to enhance the total student-athlete experience, protect student-athlete welfare and promote a positive student-athlete image. Around 50 student-athletes serve as SAAC members.

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Developing leaders off the field by fostering an environment in which student-athletes understand and value the benefits of giving back to their community.

6. JAYHAWKS AFTER COLLEGE

Kansas Athletics and K Club have teamed up to assist student-athletes in connecting with former studentathletes to aid in the transition after college.

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT SUCCESS 1. BASEBALL

Team: Finished fifth in the Big 12 standings with a 12-12 record; Swept both Texas and Kansas State to close out Big 12 play at home; 15 Academic All-Big 12 Honorees; Five All-Big 12 Award winners. Ryan Zeferjahn: All-Big 12 First Team; Benjamin Sems: All-Big 12 Second Team; Ritch Price: Earned 500th victory in a Jayhawk uniform.

2. MEN’S BASKETBALL

Team: Finished third in the Big 12 Conference with a 12-6 record; Posted the program’s 20th undefeated record inside Allen Fieldhouse, and eighth season under head coach Bill Self, with a 17-0 record; Entered the 2019 NCAA Tournament as a No. 4 seed and made it to the second round.

Dedric Lawson: Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, unanimous selection for All Big 12 First Team, named the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) player of the year and was also selected for the district’s All-District VI Team, his 22 double-doubles in the 2018-19 season puts him in third place all-time for doubledoubles in a single season; Devon Dotson: Selected for the Big 12 All-Freshman Team, All-Big 12 Third Team honoree, named to the USBWA’s All-District VI Team; Marcus Garrett: Named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team.

3. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Team: Momentum from a 7-1 start to the season led to the Jayhawks receiving votes in both the AP and USA Today Coaches polls for the first time since 2014. Kansas advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2019 Philips 66 Big 12 Championship after defeating Oklahoma State in the opening round. Kylee Kopatich: Four-time Academic All-Big 12 honoree, All-Big 12 Honorable Mention, Kansas Scholar Athlete of the Year.

4. FOOTBALL

Team: Nine players currently on NFL rosters, including Pro Bowlers Chris Harris Jr., and Aqib Talib. Joe Dineen Jr.: Named Second Team AllAmerica by Sports Illustrated in 2017 and 2018, becoming first Jayhawk to pick up All-America honors from the outlet since 2007 when Aqib Talib was also named to second team.

5. MEN’S GOLF

Team: Four-straight NCAA Regional appearances.

Harry Hillier: Took home the individual title at The Jackrabbit; Charlie Hillier: Took home the individual medal at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate.

6. WOMEN’S GOLF

Team: Jayhawks have had representation either as a team or individuals at three of the last six NCAA Regionals. Ariadna Fonseca Diaz: Named the 2018 Big 12 Women’s Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

7. ROWING

Team: 22 Jayhawks earned Academic All-Big 12 accolades; Fourth-place finish at the 2019 Big 12 Championship; One Big 12 Boat of the Week; Brought home a total of three gold medals, a silver medal and a bronze medal in 2019. Reese Arnold: Earned first career All-Big 12 honor and claimed the fastest 2K time in program history.

8. SOCCER

Team: Two appearances in the NCAA Tournament Second Round since 2016; Double-digit wins in eight of the last 11 seasons; Average home attendance ranked in top-50 of NCAA in four of last five years. Mark Francis: 252 DI coaching victories; Grace Hagan: Three-time All-Big 12 selection, 2018 Big 12 Scholar Athlete of the Year; Katie McClure: 2018 All-Big 12 Second Team; Sarah Peters: 2018 Big 12 All-Freshman Team.

9. SOFTBALL

Team: Appeared in the Big 12 Tournament for the first time since 2010; Opened Big 12 play with series-opening win over Baylor; Nine Academic All-Big 12 selections. Jennifer Marwitz: Big 12 Player of the Week (4/2); Tarin Travieso: One of six Academic All-Big 12 softball players with 4.0 GPA; Morgyn Wynne & Sydnee Ramsey: Big 12 AllFreshman Team.

10. SWIMMING & DIVING

Team: Scored highest-ever point total (754.50) to finish second at Big 12 Championship; Boasted a 7-1 record in dual meets; Six school records broken; Set new KU All-Sports Record GPA with a 3.69 in the fall of 2018. Clark Campbell: Big 12 Women’s Swimming Coach of the Meet; Vicky Xu: NCAA AllAmerican in both the one- and three-meter diving events; Big 12 Champion on the threemeter board; Kate Steward: Big 12 Champion in the 200-yard breaststroke.

11. TENNIS

Team: Advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tennis Championships; Big 12 Tournament Champions; Undefeated (16-0) record at home during the Spring 2019 season; Finished third in Big 12 standings with a 7-2 dual match record; Ranked in the nation’s top-20 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) for 16-consecutive weeks.

Todd Chapman: Big 12 Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year, ITA Central Region Coach of the Year; Nina Khmelnitckaia: ITA First-Team All-American, All-Big 12 First Team, Academic All-Big 12 First Team; Janet Koch: ITA FirstTeam All-American, All-Big 12 First Team, Academic All-Big 12 First Team; Anastasia Rychagova: ITA First-Team All-American, ITA Central Region Senior of the Year, All-Big 12 First Team (Singles and Doubles), Academic All-Big 12 Second Team.

12. MEN’S TRACK & FIELD

Team: Placed 12th at the 2019 NCAA Indoor Championships; 14th at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Championships; Third at the 2019 Big 12 Indoor Championship; Fifth at the 2019 Big 12 Outdoor Championship. Bryce Hoppel: Won the 2019 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor National Championship in the 800 meters, USTFCCCA Midwest Region Track Athlete of the Year, Went 19-0 in individual races in 2019; Gleb Dudarev: Five-time Big 12 Champion (hammer throw, weight throw).

13. WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD

Team: 2013 NCAA Outdoor National Champion; Finished in the top-25 at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships five times in the last 11 years. Alexandra Emilianov: Two-time Big 12 discus champion, 2019 First Team All-America, 2018 World U20 discus champion; Sharon Lokedi: 2018 NCAA Champion (10,000m), Claimed Big 12 titles in both the 5,000m and 10,000m in 2017 and 2018, 2018 Big 12 Women's Indoor Performer of the Year, 2017 Big 12 Outstanding Female Performer.

14. VOLLEYBALL

Team: Ranked No. 22 in the AVCA Poll for twoconsecutive weeks; Beat two top-25 ranked opponents in 2018­—No. 23 Baylor and No. 4 Texas. Ray Bechard: Four-time Big 12 Coach of the Year; Gabby Simpson: Academic All-Big 12 First Team, All-Big 12 Second Team; Allie Nelson: Academic All-Big 12 Second Team; Jada Burse: All-Big 12 First Team; Ashley Smith: All-Big 12 Second Team; Rachel Langs: All-Big 12 Rookie Team.


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Allen Fieldhouse is labeled by many as one of the best places in America to watch a college basketball game; Hosts approximately 35 home basketball games (men and women combined) each year; Largest basketball arena in the state of Kansas and the second largest in the Big 12 Conference

2. ANDERSON FAMILY FOOTBALL COMPLEX

The headquarters of Kansas football; Adjacent to David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, the two-level building includes offices, academic areas, a weight room, locker rooms, an audiovisual room, meeting rooms, a cardio room, a hydro-therapy room, a nutrition area and a display area; The stand-alone, 80,000 squarefoot facility is the state-of-the-art centerpiece of a $33 million project, which also includes two practice fields and additional parking

3. ANDERSON STRENGTH CENTER

State-of-the-art weight room that helps KU compete with other universities for top student-athletes; $8 million, 42,000-squarefoot complex

4. ANSCHUTZ PAVILLION

Indoor practice facility for many Jayhawk teams; 40,000-square-foot multi-purpose building; Renovated in August of 2011 and features a new turf surface

5. ARROCHA BALLPARK AT ROCK CHALK PARK

Home of Kansas softball; 2015 was the first season at the current location, Arrocha Ballpark was originally located south of Allen Fieldhouse, but the name transferred to honor the $2 million gift by Cheryl Womack in November 2002

6. THE JAYHAWK CLUB

Formerly named Alvamar Country Club, The Jayhawk Club has recently undergone extensive construction and upgrades; As the “home” to the University of Kansas men’s and women’s golf programs, The Jayhawk Club houses the teams' practice facility featuring all the essentials in a climate-controlled learning environment, as well as exclusive outdoor practice areas with a variety of grasses to the prepare the Jayhawks for any playing surface

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Home of Kansas volleyball since 1999; One of five volleyball-only facilities in the Big 12 Conference, the HFAC also houses a locker room and separate team room for pregame meetings and downtime between classes

9. KU SOCCER COMPLEX AT ROCK CHALK PARK

Home of Kansas soccer; Opened in October 2014, this dedicated facility features a berm surrounding the playing surface and seats over 2,300 fans; Hosted the 2014 NCAA Tournament First Round

10. JAYHAWK TENNIS CENTER AT ROCK CHALK PARK

The $9 million, indoor-outdoor, state-of-theart facility opened the winter of 2016-17; It features six indoor and six outdoor courts, multiple locker rooms, meeting spaces, coaches' offices, a team lounge, a training room and a multi-purpose room in which to watch film; Stadium seating available, both indoor and outdoor, for great fan viewing of every court; The outdoor courts have lights for evening matches and every court has its own scoreboard

11. KIVISTO FIELD AT DAVID BOOTH KANSAS MEMORIAL STADIUM

Recognized as the first stadium built on a college campus west of the Mississippi River, Memorial Stadium is the seventh-oldest collegiate stadium in the nation, as it opened in 1921; Located at the north base of Mt. Oread at 11th and Maine streets in Lawrence, it has a capacity of 50,071; In recent years, the stadium complex has been the focus of major renovations with more than $30 million in improvements completed

12. RIM ROCK FARM

Located northwest of Lawrence; Has been the home of the Jayhawks since the 1974 season; Hosted the 2014 Big 12 Conference and 2015 NCAA Midwest Regional Cross Country Championships

13. ROBINSON NATATORIUM

Home of Kansas swimming and diving for more than 40 years; Current structure features a 25-meter, eight-lane competition pool, a 25yard, six-lane pool and a diving well

14. ROWING BOATHOUSE

Home of Kansas rowing since 2009; Sits near the Kansas River in Lawrence’s Burcham Park; 14,000-square-foot facility was dedicated on February 28, 2009

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Home of Kansas track & field; 87th annual Kansas Relays was the first meet to be held at the facility in April 2014; Recognized by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) as the fifth Class I Certified track on United States soil and one of only 105 in the entire world; Hosted the NCAA West Preliminary in 2016, the 2017 Big 12 Championship and the 2017 USATF Junior Olympics, and is slated to host the 2020 NCAA West Preliminary

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The University of Kansas is the home of the Jayhawk, a mythical bird with a fascinating history. Its origin is rooted in the historic struggles of Kansas settlers. The term “Jayhawk” was probably coined about 1848. Accounts of its use appeared from Illinois to Texas. The name combines two birds - the blue jay, a noisy, quarrelsome thing known to rob other nests, and the sparrow hawk, a stealthy hunter.

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The K Ring symbolizes a uniquely shared experience between generations of varsity letterwinners at the University of Kansas. As a Jayhawk you are expected to uphold tradition and retain the characteristics of a champion while continuing to create your own legacy.

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Since the early days of KU sports, it has been a ritual of Jayhawk fans to “wave the wheat” following every Kansas scoring drive in football. The tradition also extends to Allen Fieldhouse where fans “wave the wheat” when an opponent fouls out and at the conclusion of every Jayhawk victory. The ritual consists of fans waving their arms in the air, an activity which, when done by a large crowd, resembles a breezy Kansas wheat field.

6. THE ROCK CHALK CHANT The Rock Chalk Chant has been the battle cry of KU fans for more than 80 years. This strange, traditional chant, which is among the most famous of all college cheers, was started by E.H.S. Bailey, a professor of chemistry. On May 21, 1886, Bailey submitted the cheer to his club.

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Campanile Hill forms the picturesque backdrop for David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. On a sunny fall Saturday, the “Hill” is transformed into a congregating place for watching Jayhawk football, sunning and barbequing. Potter Lake, just to the southwest of David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium and at the bottom of Campanile Hill, adds to the beauty of the Kansas campus.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS The University of Kansas is a premier research institution with a mission to educate leaders, build healthy communities and make discoveries that change the world. The university has more than 40 nationally ranked academic programs and is home to major centers overseeing research in life span issues, the humanities, the environment, biodiversity, and polar ice sheets. KU also has nationally designated cancer and Alzheimer’s centers and the state’s only schools of medicine and pharmacy, which are vital to training healthcare providers for the state’s underserved communities. In addition to making discoveries that change the world, KU research grows the Kansas economy. Last year, KU conducted $230 million in externally funded research, which is new money that flows into Kansas as a result of our research. There more than 38 active startup companies based on KU technologies, and nearly a dozen out-of-state companies have relocated to Kansas to partner with KU researchers since 2010.

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1. APARTMENT LIVING

2. STOUFFER PLACE APARTMENTS

4. JAYHAWKER TOWER APARTMENTS

All apartments in the Jayhawker Towers are two-bedroom and are shared by two residents. Residents have their own kitchen and may use the free laundry facilities that are available.

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This apartment complex features twobedroom, two bath apartments, and fourbedroom, two-bath apartments. Additionally, residents may play basketball on the half-court basketball court, enjoy movies in the media room, and take advantage of study rooms, a lounge on each floor, and a rooftop patio with fireplace.

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FAMOUS KANSAS ALUMNI 1.

FORREST C. “PHOG” ALLEN (1885-1974) KU coach (1919-56, national championships 1921, 1922, 1952); Creator of NCAA basketball tournament; Coached by James Naismith at KU

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SCOTT BAKULA Actor (TV's "Quantum Leap" and "Star Trek: Enterprise")

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MARIO CHALMERS Played overseas during the most recent basketball season; Former NBA player for the Memphis Grizzlies; Two-time World Champion with the Miami Heat

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WILT CHAMBERLAIN (1936-99) NBA superstar (1959-73) for the Philadelphia/San Francisco Warriors, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Lakers

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BOB DOLE Kansas senator (1966-96), Presidential and vice-presidential nominee

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NIKKI GLASER Comedian; Host of TV's "Not Safe with Nikki Glaser"

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CHRIS HARRIS JR. NFL player for the Denver Broncos; Super Bowl Champion (50) and three-time Pro Bowl selection (2014-16, 18)

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JOEL EMBIID NBA player for the Philadelphia 76ers; Two-time NBA All-Star selection

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BILLY MILLS Only American athlete to win the Olympic gold medal in the 10,000 meters (1964)

10. BRIAN MCCLENDON Google Earth vice president for geo-products; Made Lawrence and KU the center of Google Earth 11.

PAUL PIERCE Former NBA player who played 19 seasons (1998-2017); World Champion with the Boston Celtics; 2008 NBA Finals MVP

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ROB RIGGLE Comedian; Actor (“The Hangover,” “The Other Guys,” “Step Brothers,” TV’s “Saturday Night Live” and “The Daily Show”)

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PAUL RUDD Actor (“Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy,” “Knocked Up,” “This Is 40” and “Ant Man”)

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GALE SAYERS Football running back (Chicago Bears 1965-71); Member NFL Hall of Fame

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KATE SPADE (1962-2018) Fashion designer; Founder of the designer brand "Kate Spade New York"

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AQIB TALIB NFL player for the Los Angeles Rams; Super Bowl Champion (50) with the Denver Broncos; Five-time Pro Bowl selection

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JEN WIDERSTROM Coach on the reality TV show “The Biggest Loser;” Author of the book "Diet Right for Your Personality Type"

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LYNETTE WOODARD Major college women’s basketball career scoring leader; Olympic gold medalist (1984); First female member of the Harlem Globetrotters

20. GARY WOODLAND Professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour; Won his first PGA Tour title at the 2011 Transitions Championship 21.

SIR ROBERT WORCHESTER Former chancellor of the Univeristy of Kent (2007-14); Made a Knight Commander of The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 2005


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Located 25 miles to the east of Lawrence is the Kansas City metro area. Home to the fourth-busiest live entertainment venue in the country (Sprint Center), and some of the fastest internet speeds in the world (Google Fiber), the city known as the “Paris of the Plains” is a modern metropolis in the midst of a downtown revitalization.

1. CULTURE

Citing the Nelson Atkins, Kemper, and Nerman art museums as proof, Kansas City was selected by Travel & Leisure magazine as the fourth-most cultured city in America in April 2015.

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Opened in 2007, the $276 million Sprint Center arena is located in Kansas City’s Power & Light District, a nine block entertainment district with shopping, restaurants, a movie theatre and arts venues.

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5. SHOPPING

The Country Club Plaza is Kansas City’s outdoor, upscale shopping district. Over 180 shops and dozens of restaurants ranging from five-star to laidback reside amidst the Spanish-inspired architecture.

BBQ JOINTS SMOKING IN THE KC METRO AREA

6. SPORTS

The metro area is home to the Kansas City Chiefs, Sporting KC, FC Kansas City and the 2015 World Series Champion Kansas City Royals.

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CITY OF LAWRENCE Named one of the “best lil’ college towns” in the country by Rolling Stone magazine and a “slam dunk college town” by National Geographic, Lawrence is home to a diverse and progressive population of over 90,000 citizens who are proud to provide a home for The University of Kansas and the Jayhawks.

ONE OF “THE COUNTRY’S MOST BIKE-FRIENDLY TOWNS”

THE NINTHSMARTEST CITY IN AMERICA

THE 7TH-BEST CITY FOR COLLEGE GRADS

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ONE OF THE TOP-20 “COOLEST” TOWNS IN AMERICA

TOP 15 IN “THE 100 BEST SMALL ARTS TOWNS IN AMERICA”

NAMED ONE OF THE NINE “HIGHEST ACHIEVERS” IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS

DiscoverAmerica.com

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1. DOWNTOWN

Less than a mile from campus, downtown Lawrence provides a uniquely historic yet modern setting with world-class restaurants, dynamic arts and energetic nightlife.

2. MUSIC

Take a short walk on downtown’s main thoroughfare, Massachusetts Street, and you’ll be in the midst of what The New York Times called “the most vital music scene between Chicago and Denver.”

3. SHOPPING

Iowa Street and 31st Street: Big box stores like Best Buy, Target, Walmart and others can all be found at this intersection in southwest Lawrence. Downtown: Trendy fashion, vintage bookstores and completely unique record stores.

4. DINING

Steaks, seafood, Mexican, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, sushi, gourmet burgers, fish & chips, Thai, barbecue, vegetarian — you name it – Lawrence has it!

5. OUTDOORS

The outdoor aquatic center downtown, Clinton State Park to the west and South Park on the east side provide a wide variety of opportunities for outdoor activities.

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JAYHAWKS IN THE COMMUNITY

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HAKEEM ADENIJI Offensive Line | 6-5 | 310 | 3L | Senior Garland, Texas | Garland HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring); Preseason All-Big 12 First Team (Phil Steele); Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team (Athlon). 2018: Preseason All-Big 12 Third Team (Athlon). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall and spring); Third Team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele); Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches); Preseason Third Team All-Big 12 (Athlon); Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team. 2016: All-Big 12 Honorable Mention (Coaches); Freshman All-Big 12 First Team (Athlon); KU’s Offensive Player of the Week (at Oklahoma); KU’s Offensive Player of the Week (Ohio). 2018 (Jr.): Started all 12 games at left tackle … at Central Michigan: Paved the way for running back Pooka Williams Jr’s., 125-yard, two-touchdown rushing performance against Central Michigan … Rutgers: Helped lead the KU rushing attack to 405 total yards at Rutgers … TCU: Helped lead running back Pooka Williams Jr., to 102 yards receiving against TCU ... at Oklahoma: Paved the way for Pooka Williams Jr., to 252 yards rushing on the night. 2017 (So.): Started all 12 games on the offensive line with 11 at left tackle and one at right tackle ... Moved to left tackle for the TCU game. 2016 (Fr.): A starter in all 12 games switching from right tackle to left tackle midway through the season … Named All-Big 12 Honorable Mention by the league coaches ... Tabbed Freshman All-Big 12 First Team by Athlon. High School: Played both offensive tackle and defensive end at Garland HS … During his time at Garland HS, played under head coach Jeff Jordan … Earned three letters playing football and was named team captain as a senior … Helped lead the Owls to the Class 6A state playoffs three-straight years (2013-15) … Named All-Area Top 100 by the Dallas Morning News … Earned all-district honors as both a junior and a senior … Also lettered in basketball and track & field at GHS … Competed at the regional track & field meet in the shot put and discus as both a junior and a senior. Personal: Son of Joke Adeniji and Semia Adeniji … Earned his degree in management and leadership in May 2019 … Brother, Moshood, played offensive line at Air Force (2010-13) and is currently stationed in Florida.

JELANI ARNOLD

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Defensive End | 6-2 | 270 | SQ | Sophomore Irving, Texas | MacArthur HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned three letters in football at MacArthur HS under head coach Ronny Mullins … Led MacArthur with 98 tackles, 6.0 sacks and three forced fumbles as a senior ... Named MacArthur’s MVP on defense in 2014, 2015 and 2016 ... Also lettered in track & field ... Earned track & field MVP honors in 2016 and 2017. Personal: Son of Me’cha and Kenzie Arnold … Has one older brother, Gyasi Gibson ... Majoring in sports management ... Earned Magna Cum Laude honors all four years of high school.

TOM BARRETT

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Safety | 6-1 | 205 | SQ | Sophomore Cleveland, Ohio | St. Ignatius HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned three letters in football at St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio … Played for head coach Chuck Kyle and helped the Wildcats to a 13-2 record and a runner-up finish in the Ohio high school playoffs … Started at safety in the state championship game … Also lettered in track & field and helped the Wildcats earn state champion distinction his senior season. Personal: Son of Tom and Karen Barrett … Has three siblings: Kaleigh, Grace and Kaci ... Majoring in management and leadership.

NATE BETTS

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Linebacker | 6-1 | 195 | RS | RS-Junior Kerens, Texas | Kerens HS // Blinn JC 2018 (Jr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. 2016-17 (Fr.-So. at Blinn CC): Saw action in 10 games as a sophomore in 2017 ... Finished the season with 60 total tackles, including 33 solo stops ... Had 3.0 sacks ... Played in nine games as a freshman in 2016 ... Totaled 16 tackles ... Recorded two TFLs ... Caught one interception. High School: Played for Russell Anderson and Terell Harris at Kerens High School ... All-state quarterback who helped KHS to the first round of playoffs . . . Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Son of Tammy Thomas and Nathaniel Betts Sr. ... Siblings are Tinesha Tolliver, Shavonda Thomas, Quaylon Bivins, David Williams, Daedrion Tolliver, Quadre Duncan and Zachary Duncan ... Earned a spot on the honor roll at KHS ... Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

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2018: Did not see any game action. High School: Lettered in football at Olathe East HS, playing under head coach Jesse Owen … Earned 2nd team All-Sunflower League and All-State Honorable Mention honors in 2016 … Also lettered in baseball.

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EARL BOSTICK JR. Barnwell, S.C. | Barnwell HS

Career Honors: 2018: Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team. 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (So.): Saw action on special teams in eight games … Appeared on the offensive line against Oklahoma State.

Personal: Son of Evelyn Bostick … Chose Kansas over Appalachian State … Majoring in prebusiness.

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Nose Tackle | 6-2 | 297 | 1L | Senior

San Jose, Calif. | Oak Grove HS // College of San Mateo 2018 (Jr.): Saw action on the defensive line in 12 games, recording five solo tackles and an assisted tackle ... Registered a season-high two solo tackles and an assisted tackle against Oklahoma State. 2016-17 (Fr.-So. at College of San Mateo): Helped lead San Mateo to an 11-2 overall mark and a runner-up finish in the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) state championship game ... Credited with 14 total tackles, 3.5 tackles-for-loss, 2.0 sacks and two passes breakups in his 10 games played in 2017 ... Played for head coach Larry Owens at CSM. High School: Helped lead Oak Grove HS to an 8-3 overall mark, a league title with a perfect 7-0 mark and an appearance in the CIF Central Coast Section Playoffs in 2016 ... Credited with 96 total tackles, 10 sacks, five passes defended, two forced fumbles and two fumbles recovered in 2016 ... Played under head coach Jay Braun at Oak Grove HS. Personal: Son of Kyle Roach and Wayne Brown ... Has one sister, Tiyana ... Teammate of fellow Jayhawk Miles Kendrick at CSM.

2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas ... National Football Foundation Chapter Scholar-Athlete Award Finalist. High School: Earned three football letters as a kicker for head coach Dirk Wedd … Named a team captain as a senior … Earned First Team All-Sunflower League his final season … Helped the Lions to a 2015 Sunflower League championship and a regional title … Made 105-of-110 point-after attempts over three seasons … Registered 36 touchbacks, while pinning 15 more inside the 20-yard line during his career … Also lettered four years in golf and two years in soccer. Personal: Son of Matt and Courtney Brungardt … Grandfather, Peter, played football at Benedictine College … Majoring in pre-business.

SAM BURT

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Defensive End | 6-4 | 285 | 2L | Junior Abilene, Kan. | Abilene HS

Career Honors: 2019: Perfect 4.0 GPA (spring); Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team; Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (So.): Played 12 games on special teams ... Saw action on the defensive line in five games. 2017 (Fr.): Played in all 12 games on special teams ... Did not record any statistics. High School: Recorded varsity letters all four of his high school football seasons at Abilene (Kan.) High School … Was a three-year starter for head coach Steve Simpson … Helped the Cowboys to three-consecutive North Central Kansas League (NCKL) championships and a regional title in 2015 … Turned in 65 tackles, seven sacks and four pass breakups his senior season … Earned Kansas class 4A All-State honors as a defensive end in 2015 and an offensive lineman in 2016 … Named All-NCKL on both sides of the ball as a defensive end and offensive lineman in 2016 … As a junior, totaled 73 tackles, four sacks and a pass breakup … Also lettered in powerlifting, track and wrestling … Member of the honor roll, National Honor Society and German Honor Society … Also earned four letters in band and jazz band. Personal: Son of Timothy and Sharon Burt … Has two siblings, Molly and Emily … Majoring in environmental science.

NICK CAUDLE

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Safety | 6-0 | 191 | 1L | Sophomore Atchison, Kan. | Maur Hill HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Attended Maur Hill cademy (Kan.) … Played for head coach Jermain Monroe … Helped the Ravens to a 2014 district championship … Led the Northeast Kansas League in receiving yards as a sophomore in 2014 before being sidelined the next two seasons due to injury ... Also lettered in baseball, basketball and track & field. Personal: Son of Todd and Kamille Caudle … Has three siblings: Josh, Jack and Drew … Father, Todd, played football at Kansas from 1990-92 ... Majoring in business administration.

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High School: Played for head coach Dwayne Garrick at Barnwell HS … Helped lead BHS to a 12-2 overall mark in 2016, including an appearance in the South Carolina Class 2A state semifinals … Earned all-area selection honors as a defensive lineman as a senior … Picked up all-region accolades as a tight end as both a junior and senior … Selected to play in the 2017 Border Bowl featuring top players from South Carolina against Georgia, where he played defensive end and had seven tackles, three tackles-for-loss and three quarterback hurries … Finished his senior campaign with 80 tackles and 17.0 tackles-for-loss … Caught seven passes for 247 yards and four touchdowns on offense.

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2017 (Fr.): Played in 10 games, starting four at tight end ... Picked up starts against Iowa State, Texas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State ... Scored his first-career touchdown at Texas ... Caught one pass for eight yards against the Longhorns ... Also recorded one tackle at Iowa State.

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall) ... National Football Foundation Chapter Scholar-Athlete Award Finalist.

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Offensive Line | 6-6 | 290 | 2L | Junior

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JULIAN CHANDLER Safety | 6-0 | 182 | 2L | RS-Junior Houston, Texas | Fort Bend Hightower HS

2018 (Jr.): Saw action on special teams in four games and then redshirted. 2017 (So.): Played in six games on special teams and defense ... Registered six tackles, one pass breakup and one forced fumble ... Texas Tech: Credited with one solo stop ... at Texas: Tallied two solo tackles and forced a fumble ... Oklahoma: Recorded two tackles, both solos, and one pass breakup ... at Oklahoma State: Had one tackle. 2016 (Fr.): Saw time in the season-opening win over Rhode Island, but did not record any statistics … Missed the remainder of the season due to injury.

High School: Top-rated wide receiver nationally who was a consensus four-star recruit … Selected to participate in the Under Armour All-America Game … Ranked No. 59 in the ESPN300, the No. 8 wide receiver, No. 2 player in the state of Louisiana and No. 32 prospect in the Southeast region … Rated as the No. 9 receiver by Rivals. com and No. 78 in the Rivals100, while being tabbed as the No. 4 player in Louisiana … Tabbed No. 122 in the Top247 and the No. 13 wide receiver and No. 6 player in the state … Rated as the 247Composite No. 9 wide receiver and No. 90 player overall … Ranked No. 183 in the Scout300 and the site’s No. 23 wide receiver … Tabbed No. 89 on the 2014 Prepstar Top 150 Dream Team … Earned 2014 3A All-State honors from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association after catching 30 passes for 711 yards and 14 touchdowns … Named a 2013 LSWA All-State choice after catching 48 passes for 1,055 yards and 16 touchdowns … Played for head coach Chad Blanchard at Patterson HS … Chose Alabama out of high school over LSU, while also considering Miami, Arizona State and Texas A&M. Personal: Son of Lashaunda Bridget and Claude Charlot … Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

High School: Played for head coach Padriac McGinnis at Fort Bend Hightower HS, earning three letters … Helped lead the Hurricanes to three-consecutive district titles … Earned Class 23-6A Defensive Second Team honors at the conclusion of the 2015 season … Chose Kansas over offers from Louisiana Tech, Nevada, New Mexico and North Texas … Picked up four letters in baseball and one in track & field … Named academic all-district four-straight years. Personal: Son of Howard and Felicia Chandler … Has one sister, Kelis … Majoring in communications studies with a minor in sociology.

NICK CHANNEL

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Linebacker | 6-0 | 220 | RS | RS-Freshman Wichita, Kan. | Kapaun Mt. Carmel HS

Career Honors: 2019: Perfect 4.0 GPA (spring); Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Fr.): Redshirted first season with the Jayhawks. High School: Earned four letters at Kapaun Mt. Carmel HS playing for head coach Dan Adelhardt ... Set the KMCHS regular-season rushing record with 1,305 yards in nine games in 2017 ... Named First Team All-Wichita running back and second team All-Wichita at linebacker as a senior by the Wichita Eagle ... Also picked up all-state and all-metro honors as a running back in 2017 ... Tabbed a Second Team All-Wichita running back and safety by the Wichita Eagle in 2016 ... Earned Honorable Mention All-Wichita honors as a freshman and sophomore ... Also picked up four letters in track & field at KMCHS. Personal: Son of Angie and David Channel ... Has two sisters, Lily and Clare ... Comes from a very athletic family as his father, David, competed in track & field at both KU and Wichita State; while his mom, Angie, played softball at Wichita State ... His sister, Lily, plays softball at Johnson County Community College and two cousins, Dylan and Dana Channel, played basketball at Washburn University ... Majoring in pre-exercise science and plans to pursue a career as an orthopedic surgeon.

DAYLON CHARLOT

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Wide Receiver | 6-0 | 193 | 2L | Senior Patterson, La. | Patterson HS // Alabama

2018 (Jr.): Appeared in 12 games as a junior ... Recorded 12 receptions for a total of 178 yards ... Averaged 14.8 yards per catch and 17.8 yards per game ... Caught two touchdown receptions ... at West Virginia: Caught his first-career touchdown as a Jayhawk, an 18-yard pass ... Texas Tech: Recorded a career-high four receptions for 67 yards, including a careerlong 44-yard reception … at Kansas State: Caught three passes for 32 yards ... Texas: Scored second touchdown in a Kansas uniform ... Registered three receptions for 53 yards. 2017 (RSo.): Saw action in 11 games, primarily on special teams ... Caught one pass ... Central Michigan: Hauled in his first catch as a Jayhawk. 2016 (So.): Sat out the 2016 season per NCAA transfer rules. Fr. (2015 at Alabama): Played in five games and caught two passes for the Crimson Tide for nine yards … ULM: Reeled in his first-career catch, an 8-yard catch and run against the Warhawks … Charleston Southern: Notched one catch for one yard against the Buccaneers.

DAYLON CHARLOT

MALIK CLARK

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Offensive Line | 6-4 | 320 | 2L | Junior New Orleans, La. | Warren Easton HS

2018 (RSo.): Played and started in 11 games ... at Central Michigan: Made his first-career start ... Paved the way for running back Pooka Williams Jr’s. 125-yard, two-touchdown rushing performance … Rutgers: Helped lead the KU rushing attack to 405 total yards … at Texas Tech: Helped back up senior quarterback Peyton Bender to 221 yards passing at Texas Tech … TCU: Helped lead running back Pooka Williams Jr. to 102 yards receiving against TCU ... at Oklahoma: Led Pooka Williams Jr. to 252 yards rushing on the night at Oklahoma. 2017 (So.): Redshirted his second season at Kansas. 2016 (Fr.): Saw action in KU’s season-opening win over Rhode Island and at Memphis. High School: Played under current KU running backs coach Tony Hull at Warren Easton HS … Helped Warren Easton earn the District 9-4A championship and a state semifinal appearance where the Eagles fell to eventual Class 4A State champion Neville … Chose Kansas over offers from Mississippi State, Missouri, Arkansas State and Tulane. Personal: Son of Arretta Campbell and Cedric Clark … Majoring in communication studies with a sociology minor.


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Defensive End | 6-3 | 287 | 1L | Senior

Ypsilanti, Mich. | Bellevue HS // Tiffin College // Butler CC 2018 (Jr.): Appeared in 12 games ... Recorded eight tackles, including four solo and four assisted ... Registered two tackles for a loss, including one sack ... Central Michigan: Recorded first tackle in the Crimson and Blue ... Oklahoma State: Credited for a career-high two tackles. 2017 (So. at Butler CC): Rated a three-star prospect according to Rivals.com ... Collected 19 total tackles, including 3.0 tackles-for-loss, and a pass breakup during the 2017 campaign ... Earned Honorable Mention All-KJCCC honors in 2017 ... Played for head coach Tim Schaffner at BCC. 2016 (Fr. at Tiffin University): Registered 22 tackles, including 5.0 TFLs, during his one season with the Dragons ... Also recorded 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and a pass breakup ... Played under head coach Gary Goff at Tiffin.

breakup ... at Ohio: Tallied four total tackles, including two solos ... West Virginia: Snagged his first interception against the Mountaineers ... Added three solo hits and one breakup ... at Iowa State: Had one tackle and a breakup ... at TCU: Credited with one stop ... K-State: Had three total tackles ... Baylor: Recorded five solo tackles and a pass breakup ... at Texas: Tallied six tackles ... Picked off his second interception of the season, returning it 10 yards ... Oklahoma: Recorded four solo tackles ... Turned in his first-career TFL ... Also had a breakup ... at Oklahoma State: Credited with a career-best nine tackles, including seven solos ... Had one pass breakup. 2016 (Fr. at Kilgore College): Spent the 2016 season at Kilgore College (Texas) … Earned a consensus three-star rating from Rivals.com, ESPN.com and 247sports.com … Played for head coach J.J. Eckert and turned in 57 tackles while picking off five passes on the season … Intercepted two passes in two separate games in 2016 … Broke up 14 pass attempts … Produced 7.0 TFLs … Accrued a season-high nine tackles at Blinn College on Sept. 24. High School: Attended Atlantic Coast HS (Florida) … Played for head coach Ed White … Earned five letters between football, basketball and track & field. Personal: Son of Amakeda Ponds … Chose Kansas over Cincinnati, Central Florida and Utah … Majoring in communication studies with a minor in sport management.

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High School: Earned three letters at Bellevue HS playing for head coach Matt Davenport ... Helped lead BHS to a WAC conference title as a senior ... Posted a career-high 15 tackles against Thurston HS ... Named all-conference as a senior ... Also lettered in basketball and baseball at BHS.

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Personal: Son of Victoria and Charles Cole ... Majoring in communication studies with a minor in sport management ... Selected Kansas over offers from Fresno State, Memphis and UNLV, among others.

MAC COPELAND

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Tight End | 6-4 | 260 | RS | RS-Freshman Wichita, Kan. | Wichita Collegiate HS

HASAN DEFENSE

2018 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned four letters playing for head coach Mike Gehrer at Wichita Collegiate HS ... Helped lead Collegiate to a Kansas Class 3A state runner-up finish in 2015 ... During his time with the Spartans, WCHS was a one-time sub-state champion, three-time district champion, three-time regional champion and a one-time league champion ... Earned allleague honors in 2015, 2016 and 2017 ... Picked up all-state honors for three-straight years (2015-17) ... Named to the Wichita Eagle All-Metro Team in 2017 ... A four-year member of the WCHS honor roll. Personal: Son of Kelli and David Copeland ... Has two brothers, Mitch and Myles ... Mitch currently plays football at K-State and Myles was on the Wildcat roster from 2012-15 ... Majoring in pre-business.

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Cornerback | 6-0 | 193 | 2L | Senior

Jacksonville, Fla. | Atlantic Coast HS // Kilgore College 2018 (Jr.): Appeared in 12 games and started 10 as a junior ... Credited with a total of 43 tackles on the season, including 31 solo ... Recorded two tackles for a loss ... Grabbed a seasonbest three interceptions, including a career-long 60 yard return ... Nicholls: Recorded four tackles and two pass breakups … at Baylor: Recorded eight tackles with one tackle for loss … at West Virginia: Credited with seven tackles … Recorded career-high two interceptions in one game returned for a total of 88 yards ... at Texas Tech: Credited with four tackles, a forced fumble and an interception returned for 37 yards … TCU: Totaled five tackles and a pass breakup … at Oklahoma: Totaled four tackles on the evening. 2017 (So): Played in 11 games, starting 10 at cornerback ... Missed one games with illness ... Recorded 42 tackles and a team-leading nine pass breakups ... Also tied for the KU lead with two interceptions ... Also had 1.0 tackle-for-loss ... SEMO: Opened his KU career with five solo tackles and two pass breakups ... Central Michigan: Registered one tackle and one

JAY DINEEN

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Linebacker | 6-2 | 225 | 1L | Sophomore Lawrence, Kan. | Free State HS

Career Honors: 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (RFr.): Saw action on special teams in eight games ... TCU: Recorded first-career tackle. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned a two-star rating from 247sports.com … Completed a decorated prep career for Free State HS head coach Bob Lisher in 2016 … Helped the Firebirds to a 2016 Sunflower League championship … Etched his name as the school’s single-season leading tackler with 80 unassisted stops and 22 tackles-for-loss … Also broke up seven passes and ripped loose four fumbles … Named Kansas Class 6A First Team All-State as a linebacker … Earned All-Simone Team honors as an offensive lineman … Helped the Firebirds to threestraight district championships … Also lettered in basketball. Personal: Son of Joe and Jodi Dineen … Has three brothers: Joe, Jax and Jet … Comes from a long line of Jayhawks as his brother, Joe, was a starting linebacker in 2015-16,18-19 … Both of his parents are KU grads and his mother, Jodi Oelschlager, was a volleyball letterwinner (1986-89) … Grandfather, Ron Oelschlager, played running back at KU (1962-64) … Greatgrandfather, J. Roy Holliday, played basketball at KU under legendary coach Phog Allen (193637) … Majoring in psychology.

J A Y H A W K

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Wide Receiver | 6-3 | 210 | 2L | RS-Junior

DENZEL FEASTER

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Linebacker | 6-3 | 225 | 3L | Senior

Fulshear, Texas | Foster HS

Austin, Texas | Manor HS

Career Honors: 2016: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall).

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring).

2018 (Jr.): Played in four games at wide receiver, before redshirting ... Caught two passes for 28 yards, including a season-best 20-yard reception ... Averaged 14.0 yards per catch ... Nicholls: Recorded one reception for eight yards … at Baylor: Caught one pass for 20 yards.

2018 (RJr.): Appeared in 12 games at linebacker ... Credited for eight tackles, including six solo ... Recorded one tackle for a loss and one fumble recovery ... at Central Michigan: Recorded two tackles and a fumble recovery on a muffed punt ... KU scored a field goal following his fumble recovery.

2017 (So.): Played in all 12 games, starting two at wide receiver ... Finished the season as KU’s fourth-leading receiver with 24 catches for 335 yards and one touchdown ... Averaged 14.0 yards per reception ... Turned in a career-high seven receptions against K-State ... Posted his first 100-yard receving game at Texas ... SEMO: Hauled in one catch for seven yards ... Central Michigan: Had one catch for 17 yards ... at Ohio: Turned in three receptions for 77 yards ... West Virginia: Collected 12 yards on one catch ... K-State: Grabbed one pass for five yards ... Baylor: Had two receptions for 40 yards ... at Texas: Turned in his first 100-yard receiving game ... Posted a career-best seven receptions for a career-high 104 yards ... Oklahoma: Grabbed six receptions for 29 yards ... at Oklahoma State: Caught his first-career touchdown ... Totaled two catches for 44 yards. 2016 (Fr.): Played in eight contests: against TCU, at Baylor, Oklahoma State, at Oklahoma, at West Virginia, Iowa State, Texas and at K-State … at Baylor: Caught the first pass of his career – an eight-yard gain. High School: Garnered a three-star rating by ESPN, 247Sports.com and Scout.com and twostar status by Rivals … Earned Class 24-5A Offensive MVP honors and was also named Class 24-5A All-District in 2015 … Played for head coach Shaun McDowell at Foster HS, where he helped lead the Falcons to back-to-back Bi-District titles … Hauled in 55 receptions for 876 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior … Collected 33 catches for 705 yards and 10 scores as a junior in 2014 … Also lettered in hoops at FHS … Selected Kansas after considering Illinois and Maryland. Personal: Son of Eric and Charlet Fairs … Has one sister, Erin, who played volleyball at South Florida and Louisville and is currently playing professionally overseas … Majoring in communication studies with a minor in sport management.

MILES FALLIN

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Quarterback | 6-6 | 225 | 1L | Sophomore Canyon Country, Calif. | Canyon HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned three football letters as a quarterback under head coach Rich Gutierrez at Canyon HS ... Voted a team captain as a junior and senior ... Owns mutliple CHS passing records as he finished his career with 6,887 passing yards and 61 touchdowns ... Started 31consecutive games for CHS during his three varsity seasons ... Tabbed All-State Second Team in 2014 and earned all-league honors in 2014 and 2015 ... Also a standout in the classroom as he earned Canyon HS Scholar-Athlete Award four-straight years (2013-16) ... Named to the High School Scholar-Athlete Hall of Fame in the spring of 2017 ... A West Point Leadership Award recipient and a Safe School Ambassador. Personal: Son of Letriana Taibi and Erik Fallin … Has one brother, Jackson ... Majoring in prebusiness ... Active in community service during his time as a Jayhawk and prior to arriving in Lawrence ... Participated in Special Needs Athletes and Peers (SNAP) flag football and was also a Special Olympics basketball coach during his time at Canyon HS.

2017 (Jr.): Redshirted his third season at Kansas. 2016 (So.): Did not see any action until the fourth game of the year, then became a regular at linebacker and on special teams … Posted eight tackles, a forced and a recovered fumble … Totaled a career-high three tackles at West Virginia and against Iowa State … Forced a fumble at West Virginia … at Texas Tech: Saw his first action of the season, but did not record any statistics … TCU: Saw action, but did not record any statistics … at Baylor: Posted the first tackle of his career against the Bears … Oklahoma State: Recorded time on special teams coverages, but did not record any statistics … at Oklahoma: Did not see any game action … at West Virginia: Gathered a career-high three tackles and forced the first fumble of his career … Iowa State: Tallied a career-high-tying three stops against the Cyclones … Texas: Recovered a second quarter fumble in the victory over the Longhorns … at K-State: Posted one tackle against the Wildcats. 2015 (Fr.): Saw time in six games on special teams assignments against Rutgers, Iowa State, Baylor, Texas Tech, West Virginia and K-State, but did not record any statistics … Did not play against SDSU, Memphis, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Texas or at TCU. High School: Rated a two-star prospect by both Rivals and 247Sports.com after his prep career at Manor HS … Played for head coach Sadd Jackson at Manor and in 2014 recorded 30 tackles, 3.0 tackles-for-loss, five pass breakups, one interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery … Named to District 17-5A’s first team on the defensive side of the ball following his efforts in 2014 … Honored as a second-team selection on District 17-4A’s offensive team following the 2013 season from the quarterback position … Also lettered in basketball at MHS … Chose Kansas over an offer from Miami (Ohio). Personal: Son of Ella and Hayward Feaster … Has one younger brother, Isaiah … Earned his degree in liberal arts and sciences in May 2019.

KEVIN FEDER

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Offensive Line | 6-9 | 300 | 1L | Senior Ramsey, N.J. | Don Bosco Prep // Ohio State

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Jr.): Started all 12 games ... at Central Michigan: Helped lead running back Pooka Williams Jr. to 125 yards rushing ... Rutgers: Paved the way for KU’s 405 rushing yards ... at Oklahoma: Started at right tackle to help lead Pooka Williams Jr. to 252 yards rushing. 2017 (So. at Ohio State): Did not see any game action. 2016 (RFr. at Ohio State): Did not see any game action. 2015 (Fr. at Ohio State): Redshirted his first season at Ohio State. High School: Earned three football letters as an offensive lineman under head coach Greg Toal at Don Bosco Prep ... Three-star member of Ohio State’s 2015 recruiting class ... Rated as the No. 56 offensive tackle in the country and the No. 13 player at any position in the state of New Jersey by Rivals.com. Personal: Pursuing a graduate degree in leadership studies.


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DAVON FERGUSON Safety | 5-10 | 197 | RS | RS-Sophomore

Baltimore, Md. | St. Vincent Pallotti HS // Hartnell College Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So.): Appeared in four games at safety and on special teams, before taking a redshirt ... Recorded six tackles, including five solo ... Had one interception for 12 yards and a pass deflection ... Rutgers: Recorded two tackles in the win ... at West Virginia: Credited with three tackles and his first-career interception.

High School: Helped lead the St. Vincent Pallotti Panthers to a 10-2 record and a MIAA Conference title in 2016 ... Played under head coach Ian Thomas at St. Vincent Pallotti HS ... Forced seven turnovers from his free safety position in 2016.

DEANTE FORD

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Houston, Texas | Ridge Point HS

Career Honors: 2016: KU’s Special Team Player of the Week (West Virginia). 2018 (Jr.): Appeared in 11 games ... Totaled nine tackles, including seven solo ... Had one tackles-for-loss of three yards ... Recorded one forced fumble ... at Central Michigan: Recorded one tackle ... Rutgers: Totaled two tackles ... at West Virginia: Credited with one tackle … at Texas Tech: Recorded one TFL … at Oklahoma: Recorded three tackles and a pass break up. 2017 (So.): Played in all 12 games on special teams, cornerback and nickleback … Picked up his first-career start against Oklahoma State at nickleback … Finished the season with 17 tackles … SEMO: Recorded one solo tackle … at Ohio: Had one tackle ... West Virginia: Tallied two tackles and one pass breakup … Texas Tech: Set a new career high with five tackles, including four solo stops … at TCU: Had one solo tackle ... Credited with his first-career tackle-for-loss … K-State: Recorded one tackle against the Wildcats … Baylor: Tallied one tackle … at Oklahoma State: Registered his first-career start and had tied his career best with five tackles. 2016 (RFr.): Saw the first action of his career at Memphis … Recorded time on special teams assignments throughout the season … Posted three tackles on the year … Oklahoma State: Notched the first tackle of his career on kickoff coverage against the Cowboys … at West Virginia: Collected a career-high two tackles. 2015 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned three letters playing at Ridge Point HS in Missouri City, Texas … Helped the Mustangs to a 12-1 record in 2014 … A two-time all-district wide receiver … Named Ridge Point’s Most Valuable Offensive Player his senior season … Also lettered in track & field, placing second in the 2015 Texas State track meet’s 4x400-meter relay … A member of the A/B honor roll his junior and senior years and a two-time recipient of academic all-district honors. Personal: Son of Gregory and Canitra Ford … Has two siblings, KaTrae and Nia … Father, Gregory, played football at Texas Southern and brother, KaTrae, played football at UTEP … Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

#23

Running Back | 5-9 | 182 | TR | RS-Junior Severn, Md. | Old Mill HS // Army

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Jr.): Sat out the season under NCAA transfer rules. 2017 (So. at Army): Saw action in seven games ... Recorded one rush for seven yards against Rice. 2016 (Fr. at Army): Appeared in a pair of games ... Made his collegiate debut against Lafayette and also saw action opposite Wake Forest ... Did not record any statistics. High School: Three-year letterwinner in football at Old Mill Senior HS under head coach Chad McCormick … Won the Jim Rhodes Memorial Trophy as Anne Arundel Player of the Year, which is given by the Touchdown Club of Annapolis in Maryland … Named All-State, All-County and All-Metro during his career … Regional champion in 4x100 in track … County champion in 55m-dash. Personal: Majoring in sociology with a minor in sport management.

ANTIONE FRAZIER

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Offensive Line | 6-5 | 305 | 3L | Senior Huffman, Texas | Hargrave HS

2018 (Jr.): Saw action on the offensive line and special teams in all 12 games. 2017 (So.): Played in 11 games, starting three on the offensive line … Picked up starts at right tackle against SEMO, Central Michigan and Ohio. 2016 (Fr.): Rhode Island: Rotated in along the offensive line and helped KU gain 570 yards in the victory over the Rams … Did not see any action the remainder of the season. High School: Rated a three-star prospect by ESPN and 247Sports.com … Earned Class 10-2A all-district honors in 2015 … Played for head coach Mike McEachern at Hargrave HS … Also lettered in hoops and track & field at HHS … Had recruiting interest from Iowa, Houston and Texas A&M. Personal: Son of Kurtis Goodman and Patricia Frazier … Has three siblings: Dwight, Kurtis and Bo … Majoring in communication studies with a business minor … First name, Antione, is pronounced An-TWAN.

J A Y H A W K

Safety | 5-10 | 181 | 3L | Senior

DONOVAN FRANKLIN

C H A L K

Personal: Son of Lachelle Redd and Damon Ferguson ... Has two brothers; Damon Ferguson Jr., and Deonte Ferguson ... Also has two sisters; Lache Dabney and Layah Redd ... Father, Damon, lettered in track at Central State ... Majoring in communication studies with a minor in sport management.

DAVON FERGUSON

R O C K

2017 (Fr. at Hartnell College): Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports.com ... Collected 55 total tackles, including 41 solo hits ... Recorded two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown ... Also posted two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles ... Averaged 9.6 yards per punt return to lead the region ... Posted seven kick returns for 182 yards, an average of 26.0 yards per return ... Earned All-Golden Coast Conference First Team honors and was named Hartnell’s Defensive Back of the Year in 2017 ... Played for head coach Matt Collins at Hartnell.


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DYLAN FREBERG

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2016 (So.): Did not see any game action and was redshirted.

Tight End | 6-4 | 230 | RS | RS-Freshman Overland Park, Kan. | Blue Valley North HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned four letters at Blue Valley North HS playing for head coach Andy Sims ... Helped lead the Mustangs to a 9-4 mark and a Class 6A state title in 2017 by recording nine catches for 222 receiving yards in a win over Derby ... Finished his senior season with 1,177 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns on 76 receptions ... Posted a career-best outing against Olathe East hauling in 14 catches for 248 yards ... Named First Team All-State by USA Today ... Earned Class 6A All-State honors by the Topeka Capital Journal and Wichita Eagle ... Picked up Second Team All-Eastern Kansas League honors in 2017 by the Kansas City Star ... Selected to play in the 2018 Kansas Shrine Bowl ... Had 33 catches for 348 receiving yards and three TDs in 2016 ... Also lettered in basketball at BVNHS. Personal: Son of Tarra and Eric Freberg ... Has three siblings: Dane, Drew and Lauren ... Majoring in finance.

DONOVAN GAGEN

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Belleville, Ill. | Althoff Catholic HS // Hutchinson CC 2018 (So.): Appeared in five games on special teams ... Recorded two punts for a total of 65 yards ... Punted two inside the 20-yard line ... Nicholls: Credited with one punt for 32 yards inside the Nicholls’ 20-yard line … at Central Michigan: Recorded one punt for 33 yards inside the Central Michigan 20-yard line ... Rutgers: Served as the holder on four field goals and five PATs. 2017 (Fr. at Hutchinson CC): Appeared in 11 games as a freshman ... Recorded 53 punts for a total of 2,015 yards ... Longest punt of the season was 64 yards ... Averaged 38 yards per punt ... Pinned opponents inside the 20-yard line 16 times.

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Offensive Line | 6-4 | 310 | SQ | Sophomore

Wichita, Kan. | Wichita Northwest HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Earned five letters between football and wrestling during his time at Wichita Northwest HS … Twice helped the Grizzlies to Wichita City League championships … Played for head coach Steve Martin … Named all-metro and all-city twice … Earned Kansas Top-33 honors and all-state honors … Selected to play in the Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Son of Wade and Becky Gilbertson … Has three siblings: John, Jacob and James … Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

HUDSON HALL

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Fullback | 6-2 | 230 | 3L | Senior

Austin, Texas | Westlake HS

Career Honors: 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2016: KU’s Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week (Texas); KU’s Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week (Rhode Island). 2018 (Jr.): Appeared in eight games as fullback or on special teams.

2015 (Fr.): Saw time on various special teams assignments in the final seven games of the season … Made his first collegiate tackle at Oklahoma State … Did not play against SDSU, Memphis, at Rutgers, at Iowa State or against Baylor … at Oklahoma State: Recorded the first tackle of his career … Saw time on kickoff coverage, but did not record any statistics against Oklahoma, at Texas, at TCU, against West Virginia or K-State. High School: A three-time First Team All-District 14 6A linebacker from Westlake HS in Austin, Texas … Named the state of Texas District 14 6A Defensive MVP, as well as earning All-Central Texas, All-Suburban and honorable mention All-State honors after his senior season playing for head coach Todd Dodge … Helped the Chaparrals to bi-district, quarterfinal and semifinal victories … Earned seven letters in basketball, football and track & field … An Academic AllDistrict selection. Personal: Son of Steve and Kerry Hall … Has one sister, Hillary … Graduated with a degree in communication studies with a minor in business in May 2019 … Father, Steve, played football at the University of Texas.

QUAN HAMPTON

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Wide Receiver | 5-8 | 178 | 1L | RS-Sophomore Texarkana, Texas | Texas HS

Punter/Kicker | 5-11 | 185 | 1L | Junior

JOSEPH GILBERTSON

2017 (RSo.): Moved to the offensive side of the ball during fall camp ... Played in 11 games, starting two at fullback … Recorded starts against Ohio and West Virginia ... Did not record any statistics.

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team; Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (So.): Saw action in four games before redshirting ... Nicholls: Caught one pass for 24 yards against the Colonels … at Central Michigan: Started at wide receiver … Recorded two receptions for 11 yards ... at Baylor: Saw action at wide receiver … Caught one pass for two yards … Oklahoma State: Caught one pass for 22 yards . 2017 (Fr.): Played in six games, starting all six at wide receiver … Picked up starts against SEMO, Central Michigan, Ohio, Texas Tech, Iowa State and TCU … Rushed twice for a total of eight yards … Recorded 21 receptions for 145 yards … Returned two kickoffs for a total of 30 yards … SEMO: Had three receptions for eight yards and a kick-off return gaining 20 yards … Central Michigan: Recorded a career best of six receptions, good for 67 receiving yards ... Also had a career-long 22-yard kick return and a career-best rushing attempt of 13 yards … at Ohio: Had six receptions for 39 yards … Texas Tech: Tallied two receptions for 17 yards … at Iowa State: Grabbed two passes for nine yards … TCU: Caught two passes for five yards. High School: Played under head coach Barry Norton at Texas HS … 2016 District 16 Offensive MVP … Earned all-district honors in 2015 and 2016 … Set Texarkana’s Texas High School records in receptions and receiving yards and for most receptions in a single game … Caught 20 passes in 2015 for 385 yards and four touchdowns as a junior … Also fielded 13 punts for an average of 12 yards per return … Helped lead Texas High to a share of the District 15-5A championship before falling in the Class 5A Division I bi-district playoff round … Also an alldistrict pick in basketball. Personal: Son of Antionette Shaw and Torrey Hampton … Majoring in pre-sport management with a minor in business.

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KOLIN HAYES

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Long Snapper | 5-11 | 210 | 1L | Junior

New Orleans, La. | Landry-Walker HS

Kansas City, Mo. | Park Hill HS

2018 (Fr.): Appeared in every game as a freshman and started nine at cornerback ... Recorded 33 solo tackles and 10 assisted for a total of 43 tackles on the season ... Registered one interception, seven pass breakups and one forced fumble ... Nicholls: Recorded two tackles and one breakup in his first-career game … at Central Michigan: Credited with three tackles ... Rutgers: Totaled three tackles in the win … Recorded his first-career interception as a Jayhawk ... at Baylor: Credited with two tackles and two pass breakups … Oklahoma State: Recorded four tackles … at West Virginia: Totaled four tackles … at Texas Tech: Credited with seven tackles and a pass breakup … TCU: Recorded three tackles and a pass breakup … Iowa State: Credited with four tackles ... at Kansas State: Recorded three tackles ... at Oklahoma: Recorded three tackles against the Sooners ... Texas: Totaled five tackles and a pass breakup.

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall and spring). 2016: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall).

High School: Touted as a four-star recruit, the 13th-best cornerback and the sixth-best player in the state of Louisiana according to Rivals.com ... Ranked No. 97 in the Rivals.com Top 100 ... Also rated a four-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com ... Played for head coach Emanuel Powell at Landry-Walker HS ... Led LWHS to a 13-2 record and the Louisiana Class 5A state championship in 2016 ... Helped guide the Charging Bucs to the playoffs again in 2017 and an 8-4 overall mark, playing both quarterback and cornerback.

High School: Helped Park Hill HS to a Class 6 semifinalist berth in 2014 and a quarterfinal appearance in 2015 … Earned First Team All-State distinction as a long snapper … Special Teams Player of the Year in 2015 … Earned three football letters for head coach Josh Hood.

2017 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2016 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted.

Personal: Son of Scott Hayes and Keenie Reimer … Has one brother, Tate ... Majoring in business administration.

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Cornerback | 5-11 | 175 | 1L | Senior

Smackover, Ark. | Smackover HS // Fort Scott CC

CORIONE HARRIS

2016-17 (Fr.-So. at Fort Scott CC): Rated a three-star prospect according to Rivals.com ... Played for head coach Kale Pick, a former KU standout wide receiver, at FSCC ... Tabbed Second Team All-KJCCC in 2017 ... Tallied 18 tackles and two interceptions as a sophomore ... Also had five pass breakups and one tackle-for-loss ... As a freshman, recorded 47 tackles, five interceptions, seven pass breakups and 1.5 TFLs ... Picked up Honorable Mention All-KJCCC honors in 2016. High School: Earned four letters in football playing for head coach Brian Strickland at Smackover HS ... Helped lead SHS to a 26-7 record over his final three seasons ... Earned all-state and all-conference honors in football ... Also lettered in basketball and track & field ... Named all-region and all-conference in basketball ... An all-district honoree in track & field.

DREW HARVEY

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Linebacker | 6-1 | 230 | 1L | Junior

Crete, Ill. | Crete Monee HS // Wyoming // Hutchinson CC 2018 (So.): Saw action vs. Nicholls and at Central Michigan, but did not record any statistics ... Rutgers: Recorded his first-career tackle, tallying two on the day ... at West Virginia: Saw action on special teams. 2017 (RFr. at Hutchinson CC): Played in 11 games, recording 71 total tackles ... Added 12.5 tackles-for-loss, 2.0 sacks and one interception. 2016 (Fr. at Wyoming): Did not see any game action and redshirted. High School: Ranked as the No. 17 best prospect in the state of Ilinois by MaxPreps ... Named Second Team All-Illinois by USA Today ... Earned All-State Special Mention honors from the Chicago Tribune ... Recorded 145 tackles, including 17.0 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks and two fumble recoveries his senior season ... Helped his team post an 11-3 record and finish as the Runner-up for the Illinois 6A State Championship ... Recorded eight tackles, including 2.0 tackles for loss in the State Championship game ... Played for head football coach John Konecki.

Personal: Son of Laprino Hempstead and Herbert Rayford ... Has three sisters; Whitney Moore and Chelsea and Jillian Hempstead.

J A Y H A W K

2018 (Jr.): at Central Michigan: Made his Jayhawk debut seeing action at cornerback ... Rutgers: Saw action at cornerback … Credited with his first tackle in the Crimson and Blue ... at Baylor: Saw action on defense … Recorded two tackles … Oklahoma State: Saw action at cornerback … Credited with one tackle … Recorded his first-career interception as a Jayhawk … at West Virginia: Totaled one tackle … at Texas Tech: Saw action on special teams and in the secondary … Recorded three tackles … TCU: Recorded one tackle … Iowa State: Saw action in the secondary … Credited with two tackles.

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ELMORE HEMPSTEAD JR.

R O C K

Personal: Son of Dwanne Kent ... Has one sister, Dwannta Kent ... Plans to major in communications ... Played at the same high school as current KU safety Mike Lee ... Chose Kansas over offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa State, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M and West Virginia.

2018 (So.): Did not see any game action.

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KHALIL HERBERT

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Running Back | 5-9 | 205 | 3L | Senior Coral Springs, Fla. | American Heritage HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Preseason All-Big 12 Third Team (Athlon). 2017: Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team. 2016: Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall); KU’s Offensive Player of the Week (Memphis). 2018 (Jr.): Nicholls: Started at running back in the season-opener … Ran for 62 yards on 12 attempts … at Central Michigan: Credited for 31 rushing yards ... Rutgers: Took his first rush of the day 59 yards for a touchdown ... Finished the day with 64 yards on two carries ... at West Virginia: Rushed for 46 yards and a touchdown … at Texas Tech: Ran for 42 yards on eight attempts … TCU: Ran for 38 yards and a touchdown … Iowa State: Rushed for 91 yards on 21 attempts ... at Kansas State: Ran the ball 10 times for 53 yards ... at Oklahoma: Rushed for 67 yards and two touchdowns. 2017 (So.): Played in 11 games, starting six at running back ... Rushed for a career-best 291 yards against West Virginia, which ranks third on KU’s single-game rushing list ... Carried the ball a career-high 36 times against the Mountaineers ... Turned in a personal-best 67 yard carry against WVU ... His two-game (Ohio, West Virginia) total of 428 rushing yards ranks third all-time in KU history for back-to-back rushing totals ... Finished the season with one 200-yard rushing game and eclipsed 100 yards rushing in two games ... Collected season totals of 663 yards on the ground on 120 carries, both of which led the team ... Averaged 5.5 yards per carry ... Scored four touchdowns ... at Ohio: Carried the ball 19 times for 137 yards and two scores ... His 137 yards marked his first-career 100-yard rushing game ... Also caught two passes for 18 yards ... Scored on a 56-yard run and a two-yard carry ... West Virginia: Captured his first 200-yard rushing game by tallying 291 yards on the ground on a careerhigh 36 carries ... His 291 yards rank third on KU’s single-game rushing chart ... Scored two touchdowns against WVU, including a career-long 67-yard rush ... Also had one catch for five yards ... Averaged 8.1 yards per carry vs. the Mountaineers ... Texas Tech: Registered 10 carries for 65 yards before leaving the game with an injury ... Rattled off a 45-yard run prior to his injury ... Also caught one pass for six yards ... K-State: Rushed the ball 12 times for 33 yards ... Baylor: Had 10 carries for 71 yards ... Averaged 7.1 yards per carry vs. the Bears ... Turned in a game-long rush of 43 yards ... Added one reception for 10 yards ... Oklahoma: Carried the ball 13 times for 38 yards ... Hauled in two catches for nine yards. 2016 (Fr.): Played in eight games … Started three contests: against Rhode Island, TCU and Texas … Posted 189 yards rushing on 44 attempts … Averaged 4.3 yards per rush … Scored three touchdowns on the year … Long rush of 66 yards at Memphis … Also tallied a seasonhigh 74 yards rushing on six carries … Rhode Island: Started at running back in his Jayhawk debut, and picked up 15 yards on four carries in KU’s win … at Memphis: Accounted for 35 percent of the Jayhawks’ offensive output after totaling 109 yards of offense (74 rushing, 35 receiving) … Also scored the Jayhawks’ lone touchdown of the day on a 66-yard run, the longest by a Jayhawk since 2014 … at Texas Tech: Earned a start and ran seven times for 22 yards … at Baylor: Tallied his second touchdown of the season after a nine-carry, 34-yard performance against the Bears … Texas: Carried the ball 10 times for a net of 26 yards and scored KU’s lone rushing touchdown in the victory over the Longhorns … at K-State: Rushed five times for 13 yards against the Wildcats. High School: Garnered a three-star rating by ESPN and 247Sports.com … Recorded 861 yards on 118 carries, including nine touchdowns, as a senior … Helped lead the Patriots to a 9-2 mark and a district title as a senior … Earned First Team All-Broward County honors and was named Second Team All-Dade in 2015 … Named to the Miami Herald’s Top-50 Players of Broward County list … Tabbed for the Broward vs. Dade All-Star Game … Played under head coach Mike Rumph at American Heritage HS … Chose Kansas over offers from Mississippi State, Florida Atlantic and Florida International. Personal: Son of Khari Herbert and Nicola Prettygar … Has two brothers, Khari Herbert Jr., and Treyvion Foster … Khari competes in track & field at St. Augustine College, while Treyvion played football at Stanford … Majoring in business administration.

KHALIL HERBERT

CHRIS HUGHES

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Offensive Line | 6-4 | 320 | 2L | Junior Harker Heights, Texas | Harker Heights HS

Career Honors: 2017: Academic All-Big 12 First Team; Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2016: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall); KU’s Scout Team Offensive Player of the Week (at Oklahoma). 2018 (So.): Played in all 12 games on both the offensive line and special teams. 2017 (RFr.): Saw action in 10 games, starting all 10 at right guard. 2016 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted. High School: A consensus three-star offensive line prospect according to Rivals, ESPN and 247Sports.com … Earned two letters at Harker Heights HS playing for head coach Jerry Edwards … A two-way standout for the Knights on the offensive line and at defensive tackle … Also lettered in wrestling and track & field at Harker Heights … A member of the A/B honor roll. Personal: Son of Chris and Naomi Hughes … Has three siblings: Camrhon, Naashon and Rhandy … Brothers Camrhon and Naashon played football at Texas … Majoring in prebusiness.


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Hawk | 6-1 | 220 | 2L | Junior Arlington, Texas | Lamar HS

ELIJAH JONES

#17

Cornerback | 6-1 | 180 | RS | RS-Junior

Cape Coral, Fla. | North Fort Myers HS // Ellsworth CC

Career Honors: 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring).

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring).

2018 (So.): Nicholls: Earned his first-career start ... Recorded his first-career sack against the Colonels ... Credited with three solo tackles and a fumble recovery on a muffed punt ... at Central Michigan: Credited with three tackles, one solo, against the Chippewas ... Rutgers: Finished the game with two tackles, including 1.0 tackles-for-loss ... Also credited with a pass breakup and a forced fumble in the win ... at Baylor: Recorded one tackle … Oklahoma State: Credited with one tackle … at West Virginia: Recorded one sack on the quarterback … at Texas Tech: Recorded two tackles with one TFL … TCU: Totaled two tackles and a pass breakup … Iowa State: Recorded one tackle ... Texas: Recorded one tackle.

2018 (Jr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted.

Personal: Son of Broderic and Stephanie Johnson … Has one sibling, Kayron … Graduated from Lamar a semester early and enrolled in KU for the spring 2017 semester … Majoring in human biology.

Personal: Son of Collin and Monica Jones ... Has two sisters, Cynthia and Samaria ... Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

LIAM JONES

#46

Kicker | 5-10 | 180 | 2L | Junior Choctaw, Okla. | Choctaw HS

2018 (So.): Played in all 12 games … Kicked off a total of 49 times, totaling 2,809 yards and 20 touchbacks for the season ... Was 2-for-2 on PATs. 2017 (Fr.): Played in all 12 games … Kicked off a total of 48 times, totaling 2,828 yards and 17 touchbacks for the season. High School: Finished his prep career at Choctaw HS with 174 points … Led the Yellowjackets in scoring his junior and senior seasons … Earned All-State Honorable Mention honors in 2016 under head coach Todd Dilbeck … Bestowed the Burlsworth Award for outstanding character and sportsmanship … Helped the Yellowjackets to a trio of football academic state championship distinctions … Also lettered in soccer … Member of the A-B honor roll … Selected to the National Honor Society and was active in Choctaw’s student leadership team. Personal: Son of Adam and Kamie Jones … Has four siblings: Havyn, Gavyn, Sophie and Allie … Majoring in pre-business.

KYRON JOHNSON

J A Y H A W K

Career Honors: 2018: Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team. 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall).

C H A L K

High School: Received three-star recognition from Rivals.com … Transitioned to linebacker as a junior at Lamar HS … Accumulated 125 tackles as a senior under head coach Laben Delay … Named to the District 4-6A First Team by district coaches as a senior.

High School: Recorded 18 total tackles, including 14 solo hits, as a senior at North Fort Myers HS ... Posted one interception, which he returned 60 yards ... Also credited with a fumble recovery ... Coached by Earnest Graham at NFMHS.

R O C K

2017 (Fr.): Played in all 12 games on both defense and special teams … Had a total of 17 tackles, including 12 solo tackles, 0.5 TFL and one forced fumble … SEMO: Recorded three solo tackles … Central Michigan: Had one solo tackle … at Ohio: Had two tackles and 0.5 TFL … West Virginia: Recorded one tackle … Texas Tech: Tied his career high with three tackles, including two solo hits … at Iowa State: Tallied two tackles … K-State: Recorded two solo tackles … at Texas: Had two solo tackles … Recorded a forced fumble on special teams … Oklahoma: Had one solo tackle.

2016-17 (Fr.-So. at Ellsworth CC): Rated a three-star prospect according to Rivals.com ... Collected 19 tackles and four interceptions during his sophomore season at Ellsworth CC ... Named Iowa Community College Athletic Association (ICCAC) Defensive Athlete of the Week on Sept. 13, 2017 after helping lead the Panthers to a 35-28 win over Iowa Central ... Recorded the game-saving interception and had two interceptions, two pass breakups and two tackles in the win ... Credited with 11 tackles and three interceptions as a freshman in 2016 ... Played for head coach Jesse Montalto at ECC.

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AZUR KAMARA Hawk | 6-4 | 235 | 1L | Senior

Glendale, Ariz. | Central HS // Arizona Western College Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Jr.): Played in all 12 games, starting three ... Credited with 16 total tackles, 5.0 TFLs and 1.0 sack ... Also recorded one pass breakup, one quarterback hurry and one forced fumble ... Rutgers: Earned his first-career start at defensive end ... Finished the game with two tackles, including his first-career tackle-for-loss ... at Baylor: Started at defensive end … Recorded one tackle … at West Virginia: Credited with two tackles and a TFL … at Texas Tech: Recorded a career-best five tackles with one sack … TCU: Started at defensive end … Credited with three tackles … at Kansas State: Credited with a TFL ... Texas: Totaled two tackles on the day. 2016-17 (Fr.-So. at Arizona Western College): Rated a three-star prospect according to Rivals.com ... Collected 30 total tackles, including a team-leading 15.5 tackles-for-loss in 2017 ... Recorded 12.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, a pass breakup and a blocked kick in helping lead Arizona Western to the NJCAA national title game ... Posted 45 total tackles, 13.5 TFLs and eight sacks in 2016 ... Also had four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries while playing for head coach Tom Minnick at AWC. High School: Collected 106 total tackes, including 25.5 sacks, during his senior season at Central HS in 2015 ... Also caused four fumbles and recovered one ... Earned first team allconference on both offense and defense ... Named to the All-USA Arizona High School football team following his senior season ... Coached by Jon Clanton at CHS. Personal: Son of Djaka Bility and Noah Sherrif ... Has four sisters: Fatu and Amie Kamara and Mahawa and Makura Sherrif ... Also has two brothers, Adam and Omar Sherrif ... Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

AZUR KAMARA

HUNTER KAUFMAN

#80

Wide Receiver | 5-11 | 187 | 1L | Sophomore Pratt, Kan. | Pratt HS

2018 (RFr.): Saw action on special teams at K-State. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Voted a team captain his senior season at Pratt HS(Kan.) … Helped the Greenbacks to a 12-1 record and a 2016 Kansas Class 4A DII state title … PHS single-season record holder for points with 190 … Holds the Greenbacks’ career record for return yardage with 1,131 … Named a Class 4A DII All-State defensive back by the Topeka Capital-Journal … Also lettered in track & field and sang in the school’s choir. Personal: Son of Leon and Kristina Kaufman … Has one sister, Kieara … Cousin, Thane Baker, was a 1956 Olympic Gold medalist at the Melbourne games in the 4 x 100 relay … Majoring in pre-sport management.

MILES KENDRICK

#17

Quarterback | 5-10 | 195 | RS | RS-Sophomore

Morgan Hill, Calif. | Valley Christian HS // College of San Mateo Career Honors: Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So.): Saw action in four games before taking a redshirt ... Completed 11-of-18 passes, good for 100 yards and one touchdown ... Also credited with 47 yards rushing and a TD on 16 carries ... Nicholls: Made his KU debut ... Completed 2-of-3 passes, good for 12 yards ... Also carried the ball four times for a total of one yard ... at Central Michigan: Completed his lone passing attempt for a career-long 15 yards ... Rushed four times for 17 yards, including a career-long 13-yard carry, against the Chippewas ... Rutgers: Passed for 66 yards going 6-of10 on the day, including his first-career touchdown … Threw a six-yard scoring strike to WR Jeremiah Booker ... Rushed for 31 yards on six attempts, recording his first rushing touchdown on the ground ... at Baylor: Passed the ball four times for seven yards and rushed for four yards on four attempts before leaving the game with an injury. 2017 (Fr. at College of San Mateo): Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Saw action in 11 games, starting nine ... Threw for 1,889 yards and 18 touchdowns ... Completed 103-of-178 passes, with a long completion of 91 yards ... Also rushed for 417 yards and five scores on 103 carries ... Helped lead San Mateo to an 11-2 overall mark and a runner-up finish in the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) state championship game ... Played for head coach Larry Owens at CSM. High School: Helped lead Valley Christian HS to a state runner-up finish and an 13-2 mark as a senior ... Played for head coach Mike Machado at VCHS ... Earned All-CIF honors in 2016 ... Also named co-NorCal Quarterback of the year as a senior. Personal: Son of Rachell Argell and John Lee Kendrick Jr. ... Majoring in communication studies with a minor in business.


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Long Snapper | 6-1 | 220 | 2L | RS-Junior Lafayette, La. | St. Thomas More HS

Career Honors: 2016: KU’s Special Teams Player of the Week (at Oklahoma). 2018 (Jr.): Did not see any action and redshirted. 2017 (So.): Saw action in the final eight games of the 2017 season as the team’s long snapper ... Played in games against Texas Tech, Iowa State, TCU, K-State, Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State ... Helped convert 11 field goals. 2016 (Fr.): Served as the team’s deep snapper for the final 10 games of the season … Saw action against Memphis, Texas Tech, TCU, Baylor, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Iowa State, Texas and K-State ... Helped convert 13 field goals.

Personal: Son of Kenny Klusman and Simonne Saab … Has two siblings, Lauren and Drew … Majoring in communication studies with a minor in business.

#8

Wide Receiver | 6-0 | 175 | 2L | Junior Chandler, Ariz. | Hamilton HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2016: KU’s Scout Team Offensive Player of the Week (Iowa State).

2016 (Fr.): Saw action in 11 games … Started the final eight contests of the year … Tallied six or more tackles in all but three games … Recorded a season-high 12 tackles in consecutive weeks against Texas and Iowa State … Posted 1.5 TFLs on the season … Forced two fumbles … Picked off one pass in overtime of KU’s win over Texas … at Memphis: Earned the first extended time of his career and made the most of it by turning in four tackles … at Texas Tech: Led the field with a career-high nine stops, as well as a pass breakup, against the Red Raiders … TCU: Started at safety for the first time in his career and secured seven tackles, including 0.5 for loss … at Baylor: Started in consecutive weeks and provided a team-best eight stops, along with a tackle behind the line-of-scrimmage … Oklahoma State: Posted nine tackles and a pass breakup in the end zone against the Cowboys … at Oklahoma: Notched six tackles and the first forced fumble of his career … at West Virginia: Tallied one tackle against the Mountaineers … Iowa State: Erased his previous personal best with a 12-tackle performance against the Cyclones … Texas: Tied his career high with 12 tackles, while also forcing a fumble and notching a tide-turning interception in overtime of the victory over the Longhorns … at K-State: Tallied nine tackles against the Wildcats. High School: Earned three letters at Landry Walker HS under head coach Emanuel Powell … A three-time all-district honoree at safety … Collected 110 tackles, four interceptions and three forced fumbles on defense as a junior in 2015 … Also returned one punt for a touchdown … As a sophomore, tallied 125 tackles and five forced fumbles … Helped lead the Charging Buccaneers to the Louisiana Class 5A state semifinals all three years … Also lettered in track & field … Participated in the state championship track meet in long jump and triple jump.

2017 (RFr.): Played in five games … Saw action against SEMO, Central Michigan, Texas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State … Oklahoma: Had one rushing attempt but it resulted in a loss of six yards.

Personal: Son of Calandra Lee … Has one brother, Shawn Theard, and one sister, Kendrionne Lee … Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

2016 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted. High School: Picked up two letters at Hamilton HS under head coach Steve Belles … Earned second team all-punt return as a senior in 2015 … Also earned one letter in track & field … Participated in the Arizona state championships in long jump and triple jump. Personal: Son of Ericka and the late Kwamie Lassiter … Father, Kwamie, played at KU from 1992-94, helping lead the Jayhawks to a win in the 1992 Aloha Bowl … Lassiter played in the NFL for the Arizona Cardinals (1995–2002), San Diego Chargers (2003) and St. Louis Rams (2004) … Has five brothers: Eric, KaVon, Darius, Kwinton and Kwincy … Also has two sisters: Devon and Darian ... Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

MIKE LEE

#11

Safety | 5-11 | 181 | 3L | Senior New Orleans, La. | Landry-Walker HS

Career Honors: 2018: Preseason All-Big 12 Fourth Team (Athlon). 2017: Preseason Fourth Team All-Big 12 (Athlon); Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2016: Freshman All-America (Rivals); Freshman All-America Second Team (Athlon); Freshman All-Big 12 First Team (Athlon); All-Big 12 Honorable Mention for Defensive Freshman of the Year (coaches); KU’s Defensive Player of the Week (Iowa State); KU’s Defensive Player of the Week (at Oklahoma). 2018 (Jr.): Saw action in 11 games, starting 10 at safety ... Recorded 68 total tackles ... Led the Big 12 with three forced fumbles ... Nicholls: Credited with four total tackles … at Central Michigan: Recorded three tackles ... Rutgers: Recorded his first interception of the season,

MIKE LEE

J A Y H A W K

2018 (So.): Hauled in 12 passes for 87 yards and a touchdown ... Served as KU’s primary punt returner, averaging 5.6 yards per return ... Registered 14 returns for 79 yards, with a long of 21 yards ... Nicholls: Recorded 26 yards on two punt returns … at Central Michigan: Caught three passes for five yards and returned three punts for 24 yards ... Rutgers: Returned one punt for 12 yards ... Oklahoma State: Caught his first-career touchdown as a Jayhawk for 20 yards … at Texas Tech: Caught four balls for 41 yards.

C H A L K

KWAMIE LASSITER II

2017 (So.): Played in 10 games … Started eight contests … Ranked second on the team and 13th in the Big 12 with 70 total tackles … Notched 58 solo stops, which ranked fifth in the Big 12 and 15th in the FBS … Made 2.0 tackles-for-loss … Broke up one pass … Intercepted two passes ... SEMO: Collected five solo tackles ... Central Michigan: Picked up seven solo hits ... at Ohio: Turned in nine tackles, including four solos, and a pass breakup ... Also recorded his first interception of the season, a touchdown-saving pick in the end zone ... Recorded 1.0 TFL ... West Virginia: Gathered a season-high 10 tackles, all solos ... Texas Tech: Recorded nine tackles, eight of which were solo hits ... Picked off his second pass of the season, returning it two yards ... at Iowa State: Registered five tackles, all solos ... at TCU: Had seven total stops ... K-State: Turned in six solo tackles and added 1.0 TFL ... Baylor: Collected seven total tackles before leaving the game with an injury ... at Oklahoma State: Came off the bench to post five solo tackles.

R O C K

High School: Attended St. Thomas More HS in Lafayette, Louisiana … Earned four letters in football and golf … Played for head coach Jim Hightower and helped the Cougars to 2012, 2013 and 2015 district championships.

returning it 31 yards for a touchdown ... It marked his first-career pick-six ... Also added four tackles and a forced fumble in the win ... at Baylor: Totaled a seven tackles … Oklahoma State: Recorded five tackles … at Texas Tech: Totaled nine tackles and a forced fumble in the first half before being ejected for targeting … TCU: Credited with five tackles … Iowa State: Totaled seven tackles ... at Kansas State: Had a season-high 10 tackles ... at Oklahoma: Recorded nine tackles with a forced fumble, which he recovered ... Texas: Recorded five tackles and a quarterback hurry.

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REUBEN LEWIS

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Nose Tackle | 6-4 | 330 | RS | RS-Junior

San Francisco, Calif. | Riordan HS // Snow College

2018 (Jr.): Saw action in one game, before redshirting. 2016-17 (Fr.-So. at Coffeyville Community College): Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and 247Sports.com ... Saw action in 11 games in 2017, starting all 11 ... As a freshman in 2016, hit the field in nine games for the Red Ravens ... Played for head coach Aaron Flores at CCC. High School: Helped lead Apopka HS to a 10-2 mark and a playoff appearance as a senior in 2015 ... Earned a Class 8A state title in 2014, helping guide AHS to a 13-4 mark and a 30-23 win over Columbus HS in the title game ... Park of an AHS squad that was the Class 8A state runner-up in 2013 ... Played for head coach Rick Darlington at AHS ... Personal: Son of Vanessa Lewod and Reuben Lewis Sr. ... Chose Kansas over offers from West Virginia, New Mexico and East Carolina.

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Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So.): Played in all 12 games, starting against Texas at tight end ... Also saw action in all 12 games on special teams ... Did not record any statistics. Personal: Son of Soteria and Pilua Luavasa ... Majoring in sport management.

RYAN MALBROUGH

Kansas City, Mo. | St. Pius X HS

Linebacker | 6-1 | 192 | RS | RS-Freshman Cecilia, La. | Cecilia HS

High School: Rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports.com ... Picked up a two-star rating from Rivals.com ... Earned four letters at Cecilia HS, playing for head coach Dennis Skains ... Also lettered in track & field, helping lead CHS to back-to-back state championships ... Owns the CHS school record in the 200 meters at 21.4.

2018 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and was redshirted.

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Personal: Son of Simone Alex and Ronald Malbrough ... Has six siblings ... Three brothers are Ronald, Bryon and Mason ... Three sisters are Jade, Breona and Jalaya ... Intends to major in engineering ... Chose Kansas over offers from Kansas State, Memphis, Southern Miss, Tulane, Colorado State and Houston, among others.

Offensive Line | 6-4 | 320 | RS | RS-Junior

East Palo Alto, Calif. | Woodside HS // College of San Mateo 2018 (Jr.): Did not see any game action and was redshirted.

API MANE

Personal: Son of Maryanne and Sione Lopeti ... Majoring in sociology.

Offensive Line | 6-3 | 327 | RS | RS-Junior

JACOBI LOTT

#39

2018 (Fr.): Saw action in one game, before redshirting ... Rutgers: Recorded three carries for 10 yards, playing running back against the Scarlet Knights.

Linebacker | 6-3 | 230 | RS | RS-Freshman

ADAGIO LOPETI

#87

Tight End | 6-3 | 255 | 1L | Junior

Apopka, Fla. | Apopka HS // Coffeyville CC

JOHN LILLIG

JACK LUAVASA

#58

East Palo Alto, Calif. | Menlo-Atherton HS // College of San Mateo

#71

Offensive Line | 6-4 | 309 | RS | RS-Freshman Amarillo, Texas | Tascosa HS

2018 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and was redshirted. High School: Attended Tascosa HS in Amarillo, Texas, playing for head coach Ken Plunk ... Helped lead the Rebels to bi-district titles in 2015, 2016 and 2017 ... Named first team alldistrict in 2016 and 2017 ... Tabbed the top lineman in the 806 area code in 2017 ... Also lettered for three years in track & field. Personal: Son of Donita Woods and Charlie Lott ... Has one brother, Gentry Lott, and a sister, Jenisha Woods ... His father, Charlie, played football at Texas Tech ... His uncle, Ronnie Lott, played football at USC and is a four-time Super Bowl Champion and a 14-year NFL veteran ... Intends to major in mass communications.

2018 (Jr.): Saw action in the first three games on the offensive line ... Took a redshirt. Personal: Son of Siusavai’i and Atama Mane ... Majoring in general education.

BILLY MAPLES

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Quarterback | 6-2 | 210 | RS | RS-Freshman Kansas City, Mo. | Park Hill HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and was redshirted. High School: Attended Park Hill HS, playing for head coach Josh Hood ... Passed for 3,130 yards and 41 touchdowns in 2017, leading PHHS to the Missouri Class 6 state semifinals and a 10-3 season ... Set the Missouri state record for most touchdowns in one game (9), and set a National Federation record for most touchdowns in one half (8) against Lee’s Summit HS ... Named Hy-Vee 41 Five-Star Athlete of the Week on Oct. 12, 2017 after completing 23-of26 passes for 411 yards and four touchdowns against Liberty North HS ... Tabbed First Team all-state Class 6A by the Missouri High School Coaches Association ... Named Second Team all-state Class 6A by a panel of Missouri sports writers. Personal: Son of Kristie and Shannon Maples ... Majoring in pre-physical education.


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Cornerback | 5-10 | 180 | 2L | RS-Junior Tulsa, Okla. | Booker T. Washington HS

2018 (Jr.): Saw action in three games, and redshirted ... at Oklahoma: Recorded three tackles and a pass breakup. 2017 (So.): Played in all 12 games, starting five at cornerback … Picked up starts against Texas Tech, Iowa State, Texas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State … Had a total of 30 tackles including 24 solo tackles, 1.5 TFL and broke up three passes … SEMO: Had one solo tackle … at Ohio: Recorded two tackles, including one solo tackle … Texas Tech: Had a total of three tackles, including two solo hits … at Iowa State: Tallied one solo tackle and broke up one pass … at TCU: Had one solo tackle … Baylor: Recorded a total of seven tackles, including six solos … at Texas: Had four tackles, three being solo tackles, 1.5 tackle-for-loss and one pass break up … Oklahoma: Had three tackles … at Oklahoma State: Had a career-best eight tackles, including seven solos, against the Cowboys.

KYLE MAYBERRY

Grenada, Miss. | Grenada HS // Northwest Mississippi CC 2018 (RJr.): Played in eight games ... Recorded three tackles and a fumble recovery ... Nicholls: Made his KU debut in the season-opener … Recorded one tackle on the defensive front … Rutgers: Picked up his first-career forced fumble ... Also recorded a tackle in the win. 2017 (Jr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. 2015-16 (Fr.-So. at Northwest Mississippi CC): Played in all 12 games as a sophomore under head coach Benjy Parker … Selected Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) First Team … Collected 42 total tackles, including a team-high 16.5 tackles-for-loss … Registered 10 sacks and 12 quarterback hurries to go along with one fumble recovery and one pass breakup in 2016 … Received snaps in all 12 games and made three starts on the interior defensive line as a freshman … Tallied 23 tackles in 2015 … Gathered 5.5 tackles-forloss … Contributed 2.5 sacks … Disrupted three passes … Intercepted a pass … Blocked a kick … Hurried the quarterback 10 times … Gathered a season-high six tackles against Northeast. High School: Attended Grenada HS … Helped the Chargers to a 9-4 record and an appearance in the Class 6A playoffs in 2014 … Totaled 48 tackles and 18.0 stops in the backfield … Notched 2.0 sacks … Earned the team’s best lineman distinction as a senior. Personal: Son of Juanita McCaleb … Has one brother, DeMarcus … Graduated with a degree in communication studies with a minor in sport management in May 2019.

CLYDE MCCAULEY III

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Offensive Line | 6-5 | 305 | 3L | Senior Arlington, Texas | Bowie HS

Career Honors: 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Academic All-Big 12 Second Team; Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall and spring). 2016: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall and spring). 2015: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (Jr.): Saw action in all 12 games on the offensive line and special teams. 2017 (RSo.): Saw action in 10 games … Recorded five starts at left tackle against TCU, K-State, Baylor, Texas and Oklahoma. 2016 (So.): Did not see any game action and redshirted. 2015 (Fr.): Played in six games … Started three contests at left tackle and as a blocking tight end … Did not play against SDSU, Memphis or at Rutgers … Started against Oklahoma, Texas and TCU at left tackle. High School: A three-star recruit per 247Sports.com and ESPN out of Bowie HS in Arlington, Texas … Played for head coach Danny DeArman during his time at Bowie … Named first-team all-district after helping lead the Volunteers to a 7-4 mark in 2014. Personal: Son of Shamaela Person … Majoring in communication studies with a minor in business.

J A Y H A W K

Personal: Son of Delbert and Leslie Mayberry … Has one brother, Duece … Majoring in communication studies with a minor in sport management.

Defensive End | 6-2 | 240 | 1L | Senior

C H A L K

High School: A consensus three-star prospect according to Rivals, ESPN, Scout.com and 247Sports.com … Played under head coach Marvin Dantzler at Booker T. Washington HS … Helped lead the Hornets to a 10-1 record and a district title in 2015 … Tallied 29 tackles, including 15 solo stops, and 16 passes defensed as a senior … Also saw time on offense and special teams … Hauled in six receptions for 94 yards and a TD … Returned 10 punts for 408 yards and two scores … Also returned two kicks for 128 yards … Picked up First Team All-State honors by USA Today … Earned 2015 Class 6A East All-Star honors by the Oklahoma Coaches Assocation … Named to the Tulsa World’s 2015 All-Metro Second Team … Rated the No. 1 cornerback in Oklahoma by Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN.com and 247Sports.com … Named the No. 2 defensive back in the metro area and picked up All-State Second Team honors by the Tulsa World … Listed as No. 14 on The Oklahoman’s Super 30 players in the state list heading into his senior season … Selected Kansas after considering Kansas State, Illinois, Houston, Virginia Tech, Washington State and Memphis.

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2016 (Fr.): Saw action in eight games … Made two tackles, one at Memphis and the other against Oklahoma State … Broke up a pass against Rhode Island.

WILLIE MCCALEB

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Tight End | 6-2 | 215 | RS | RS-Freshman

CODY MCNERNEY

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Linebacker | 6-1 | 213 | RS | RS-Freshman

Wichita, Kan. | Maize HS

Wichita, Kan. | Wichita Collegiate HS

2018 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted.

2018 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at KU.

High School: Lettered in football at Maize HS, playing under head coach Gary Guzman … Helped lead Maize HS to a conference championship in 2016 … Earned First Team AVCTL in 2016 … Also lettered in wrestling and tennis.

High School: Earned a total of 11 letters including four in football, four in basketball, one in baseball and two in track & field at Wichita Collegiate HS … A three-year starter on the gridiron playing for head coach Mike Gehrer … Totaled over 3,000 yards of offense in his junior season and gained over 2,500 total yards and was the second-leading tackler for the Spartans making 77 stops … Named Second Team All-Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League wide receiver and Honorable Mention defensive back in 2015, 4A-II Honorable Mention All-State quarterback in 2016 and Second Team All-League quarterback and First Team All-League and All-State defensive back in 2017 … Helped Wichita Collegiate to two district and bi-district championships (2014, 2016), a regional championship (2014), and league championship and 3A state runner-up finish (2015) … Also a four-year starter in basketball where he was a twotime First Team All-League member (2015, 2016), Second Team All-State honoree (2016), All-League MVP (2017) and First Team All-State honoree (2017) and helped his team to a 3A state runner-up finish (2015), 4A-II state championship (2016) and a fourth-place finish at the state tournament in 2017 … A member of the sixth-place 4x400-meter relay team at the state track meet in 2016.

Personal: Son of Kirk and Leslie McClure.

JEREMIAH MCCULLOUGH

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Safety | 6-0 | 200 | 1L | Senior

Baltimore, Md. | Mount St. Joseph HS // Hartnell College Career Honors: 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Jr.): Saw action in 10 games, starting two at safety ... Finished the season with 23 total tackles, including 14 solo hits ... at Central Michigan: Snagged his first-career interception … Rutgers: Had three tackles ... at West Virginia: Recorded a career-high eight tackles … at Texas Tech: Credited with three tackles … TCU: Made his first-career-start at safety … Totaled five tackles … at Oklahoma: Recorded two tackles. 2016-17 (Fr.-So. at Hartnell College): Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Collected 36 total tackles, including 29 solo hits, in 2017 ... Recorded two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown ... Also posted two fumble recoveries ... Two-time first team all-conference ... Named Hit Man of the Year both seasons at Hartnell ... Played for head coach Matt Collins at Hartnell ... Named to the Dean’s List for his efforts in the classroom. High School: Played on both sides of the ball at Mount St. Joseph HS under head coach Richard Holzer ... Recorded 39 tackles on defense and also collected 479 receiving yards on 30 catches as a senior ... Helped lead the Gaels to an 8-3 mark during his final season. Personal: Son of Monica and Michael McCullough ... Has three brothers: Michael and Ahmad McCullough and Georgio Johnson ... Plans to major in communications ... Chose Kansas over Fresno State, Toledo and Utah State.

Personal: Son of Allison and Jim McNerney ... Has three siblings: Jim, Tom and Valerie ... Plans to major in finance.

KAMERON MCQUEEN

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Wide Receiver | 6-0 | 195 | 2L | Junior Tulsa, Okla. | Union HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So.): Saw action in two games, but did not record any statistics. 2017 (RFr.): Saw action in six games as a wide receiver and on special teams ... Did not record any statistics. 2016 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted. High School: Earned three letters at Union HS playing for head coach Kirk Friderich … Voted team captain for his senior season in 2015 … Picked up second team all-district honors as a receiver following his senior season … Named first team all-academic in 2015. Personal: Son of Jezel and Kameron McQueen … Has one sister, Anissa, and one brother, Brendon … Majoring in film and media studies with a minor in communication studies.

DARRIUS MORAGNE

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Defensive End | 6-7 | 265 | 1L | Senior

Holland, Mich. | Riley [Ind.] HS // Arizona Western College

JEREMIAH MCCULLOUGH

2018 (Jr.): Played in all 12 games, starting one at defensive end ... Tallied six total tackles and one TFL ... Nicholls: Saw action at defensive end in the season-opener … Credited with one tackle … at Central Michigan: Recorded one tackle … Oklahoma State: Started at defensive end … Credited with two tackles and one TFL … Iowa State: Recorded one tackle ... at Oklahoma: Recorded one tackle.


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Offensive Line | 6-9 | 291 | RS | RS-Freshman Kansas City, Mo. | Rockhurst HS

SHAQUILLE RICHMOND

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Safety | 6-0 | 202 | 3L | Senior

Oklahoma City, Okla. | Mansfield Timberview [Texas] HS

2018 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at KU.

Career Honors: 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring).

High School: Earned two letters at Rockhurst HS playing for head coach Tony Severino … Helped the Hawklets to a 10-3 record his senior season.

2018 (Jr.): Played in two games, recorded one tackle.

Personal: Son of John and Kelly Murphy … Plans to major in marketing.

JACK PARKS

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Olathe, Kan. | Olathe Northwest HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at KU.

Personal: Son of Neli and Mark Parks ... Has one brother, Andrew Mermer, and one sister, Katie Parks ... Father, Mark, played football at KU ... Mother, Neli, played volleyball at New Mexico ... Majoring in finance.

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High School: Received three-star recognition by both Rivals and 247Sports.com … Named first-team all-district in 2014 after collecting 14 tackles, one interception, three pass breakups, two fumble recoveries that he ran back for touchdowns and one forced fumble … Played for head coach James Brown … Chose Kansas over offers from Louisville, New Mexico, SMU and UTEP. Personal: Son of Tayauna Knight … Has two sisters, Jasmine Thomas and Shay Richmond, and one brother, Max Knight … Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

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DRU PROX

2015 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas.

C H A L K

High School: Picked up three letters in football at Olathe Northwest HS, playing under head coach Chip Sherman ... Earned First Team All-Sunflower League honors in 2017 ... Named Honorable Mention all-state as a senior ... Also lettered in basketball at ONWHS ... Earned a spot on the Principal’s Honor Roll all four years.

2016 (RFr.): Provided depth at safety and on special teams in seven games … Credited with eight tackles … Stopped a fourth-down play in the backfield for his first TFL at West Virginia … Also credited with a personal-best three tackles against the Mountaineers … Rhode Island: Contributed one tackle in his KU debut … TCU: Recorded the second tackle of his career … at Baylor: Saw extended playing time and posted one tackle … at West Virginia: Turned in the best game of his career after collecting three tackles … Also notched his first tackle behind the line-of-scrimmage on a fourth-down play at KU’s 1-yard line … Texas: Notched one tackle in the victory over the Longhorns … at K-State: Posted one solo tackle against the Wildcats.

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Tight End | 6-5 | 250 | RS | RS-Freshman

2017 (So.): Saw action in six games, starting four games at safety ... Recorded starts against Kansas State, Texas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State … Credited with 19 total tackles and 2.0 TFLs … at TCU: Recorded four solo tackles … Baylor: Had three solo tackles ... Added one TFL for a loss of six yards … at Texas: Tallied two tackles, one solo … Oklahoma: Recorded a career-high six tackles, five of them solo, to go along with 1.0 TFL … at Oklahoma State: Had three total tackles, including two solos, against the Cowboys.

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JACK MURPHY

Linebacker | 6-1 | 215 | 2L | Junior Kaufman, Texas | Kaufman HS

Career Honors: 2016: KU’s Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week (Oklahoma State). 2018 (So.): Played in all 12 games on special teams and at linebacker ... Rutgers: Recorded a season-high three stops ... TCU: Credited with one tackle. 2017 (RFr.): Saw action in seven games at linebacker ... Also saw action on special teams … Credited with 12 total tackles on the season ... Also had 0.5 TFL … at Ohio: Recorded two tackles and added 0.5 TFL … West Virginia: Had four total tackles … Texas Tech: Tallied four tackles, including three solos … at Oklahoma State: Recorded two tackles against the Cowboys. 2016 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted. High School: Lettered two years at Kaufman HS … Earned all-state honors playing linebacker in 2015 … Picked up district MVP honors as a senior … Ranked in the top-five running backs in Texas Class 4A … Helped lead KHS to the third round of the playoffs in 2015 … Named district Defensive MVP as a junior in 2014 … Earned four letters in track & field … Participated in the Texas State Track Meet in the 400 meters in 2013. Personal: Son of Aime Hadnot and Brian Hadnot … Has five brothers: Gary Young, Dawson Hadnot, Dre Prox, Carter Hadnot and Carson Hadnot … Majoring in American studies with a minor in sociology.

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JALAN ROBINSON

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Offensive Line | 6-4 | 315 | RS | RS-Freshman Lawrence, Kan. | Free State HS 2018 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at KU. High School: Earned a total of six letters at Free State HS playing football, basketball and baseball ... Played football under head coach Bob Lisher ... Helped lead the Firebirds to two conference titles and three district championships ... Guided FSHS to an undefeated regular season in 2017 ... Picked up First Team All-State honors and First Team All-Sunflower League honors as a senior. Personal: Son of Shaye Downing ... Undecided on a major ... Joins fellow Free State alums Bryce Torneden, Jay Dineen and Spencer Roe on the Jayhawk roster.

STEPHON ROBINSON JR.

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Wide Receiver | 5-10 | 175 | 1L | Junior Los Angeles, Calif. | Narbonne HS // El Camino JC

Career Honors: 2018: All-Big 12 Honorable Mention (ONOTY); Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So.): Played in all 12 games, starting 10 at wide receiver ... Recorded 28 receptions for 330 yards and a touchdown ... Averaged 11.8 yards per reception ... Nicholls: Opened his KU career with four receptions for 43 yards ... Also blocked a punt on special teams … Rutgers: Recorded one reception for 16 yards ... at Baylor: Reeled in three passes for 39 yards … at West Virginia: Caught four passes for 36 yards … at Texas Tech: Caught two balls for 31 yards and a touchdown … TCU: Hauled in four balls for 59 yards … Iowa State: Caught four passes for 52 yards ... Texas: Recorded three receptions for 32 yards. 2017 (Fr. at El Camino CC): Rated a three-star prospect according to Rivals.com ... Played in 11 games for El Camino CC and led the team in receiving with 62 receptions for 1,274 yards ... Recorded eight touchdown receptions ... Averaged 115.8 receiving yards per game ... Had seven 100-yard receiving games ... Longest reception was 81 yards against Long Beach City College ... Recorded five kick returns for 46 yards ... Became the all-time single-season receiving record holder for ECCC by eclipsing Marcel Reese’s 2005 season when he totaled 49 catches for 1,128 yards. High School: Played two years on varsity for Narbonne HS under head coach Manuel Douglas ... Had 65 receptions for 1,304 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns as senior ... Named First Team All-City and All-Marine League as a senior ... Helped lead the Gauchos to a Division 1A state championship in 2015 ... A member of the honor roll all four years at NHS. Personal: Son of Cheryl Duncan and Stephon Robinson ... Has three brothers: Chauncey Stevens, James Williams and Brandon Smith ... Undecided on a major ... Chose Kansas over Hawaii and Middle Tennessee.

SPENCER ROE

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Nose Tackle | 6-4 | 270 | RS | RS-Freshman Lawrence, Kan. | Free State HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at KU. High School: Earned a total of eight letters at Free State HS playing football, basketball and baseball ... Played football under head coach Bob Lisher ... Helped lead the Firebirds to two conference titles and three district championships ... Guided FSHS to an undefeated regular season in 2017 ... Picked up First Team All-State honors and First Team All-Sunflower League honors as a senior ... Named to the All-Simone Team in 2017 ... Earned a spot on the honor roll all four years at Free State HS. Personal: Son of Shelly and Anthony Roe ... Majoring in pre-sport management ... Joins fellow Free State alums Bryce Torneden, Jalan Robinson and Jay Dineen on the Jayhawk roster.

COOPER ROOT

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Linebacker | 6-3 | 236 | 1L | Sophomore Wichita, Kan. | Wichita Collegiate HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall) ... Earned a perfect 4.0 during the fall semester. 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Prepped under head coach Mike Gehrer at Wichita Collegiate HS (Kan.) … Twice named Kansas Class 4A Division II First Team All-State by the Topeka Capital-Journal in 2015-16 … Led the Spartans with 77 tackles his senior season … Earned three-straight Second Team All-Ark Valley Chisolm Trail League tight end selections … Helped the Spartans to four-straight district championships and three-consecutive regional championships … Also lettered in baseball and basketball … Member of the High Honor Roll all four years and a cum laude society inductee. Personal: Son of Scott and Anne Root … Has two siblings, Landon and Addison … Addison is a member of the Providence University volleyball team … Cousin, Kyle Wilson was an all-conference basketball player at Wichita State in the mid-2000s … Grandfather, John H. “Junior” Born was a starting basketball guard at Tulsa from 1954-57 … Majoring in biology.

SAM SCHROEDER

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Fullback | 6-0 | 250 | 1L | Sophomore Wichita, Kan. | Trinity Academy

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas.

STEPHON ROBINSON JR.

High School: Played for head coach Jared McDaniel at Trinity Academy (Kan.) … Named honorable mention all-state as a running back in 2015 and as a linebacker in 2016 … Selected as a First Team All-Central Plains League running back in 2015 … Earned Second Team AllCentral Plains League as a running back and linebacker in 2016 … Helped the Knights to a 2014 Central Plains League championship … Totaled 2,167 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns over his prep career … Also recorded 212 tackles and three interceptions for the Knights. Personal: Son of Mark and Jennifer Schroeder … Has three sisters:Hannah, Holly and Ruth … Majoring in exercise science.


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Tight End | 6-7 | 260 |2L | Senior

Chandler, Ariz. | Hamilton HS // UMass // South Mountain CC Career Honors: 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (Jr.): Saw the field in four games, but did not record any statistics. 2017 (So.): Did not see any game action ... Joined the KU men’s basketball team following the season ... Helped the team win its 14th-straight Big 12 Conference title and earn a trip to the 2018 Final Four. 2016 (RFr. at South Mountain CC): Played basketball the spring semester at South Mountain CC in Phoenix, averaging 19.1 points and 12.6 rebounds in 2016-17 ... Did not play football due to injury sustained while at UMass.

High School: An all-state quarterback at Hamilton HS in Chandler, Arizona ... Completed 175of-274 passes for 2,483 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior ... Also ran for 172 yards and three touchdowns ... Named MVP of the Great American Rivalry Game against Brophy Prep ... Played for head coach Steve Belles at HHS ... Led Hamilton to the state championship game in football his senior year … Was also a standout on the basketball team at Hamilton.

CARTER STANLEY

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Vero Beach, Fla. | Vero Beach HS

2018 (Jr.): Played in seven games, starting two at quarterback ... Completed 34-of-47 passes, good for a 72 percent completion rate ... Threw for 304 yards with three touchdowns ... Carried the ball 21 times for 38 yards ... at Central Michigan: Saw action at quarterback, but did not record any statistics … Rutgers: Saw action at quarterback … Completed one pass for five yards … Carried the ball three times for 26 yards ... at Baylor: Saw action at quarterback … Threw for 37 yards on six attempts with 27 yards rushing … Oklahoma State: Made his first start at quarterback on the 2018 season … Passed the ball for 247 yards, going 24-of-32 with three touchdowns … at West Virginia: Started at quarterback … Threw the ball five times for 15 yards. 2017 (So.): Played in nine games, starting four … Completed 101-of-185 passes … Amassed 1,108 yards passing … Produced four touchdowns … Set a new career high with 418 passing yards against K-State ... His 418 passing yards against KSU mark the fifth best single-game performance in KU history … Ran 55 times … Picked up 91 yards on the ground … Long rush of 18 yards ... Texas Tech: Came off the bench to complete 11-of-19 passes for 110 yards ... Gained five yards rushing on six carries ... at Iowa State: Connected on 3-of-7 passes for 26 yards ... Added 19 yards rushing on seven carries ... TCU: Went 1-of-2 for eight yards through the air and rushed two times for nine yards ... K-State: Picked up his first start of the 2017 season ... Completed 23-of-48 passes for 418 yards and a touchdown ... His 48 attempts marked a new career high ... Threw a season-long 60-yard touchdown to Steven Sims Jr. ... Gained 23 yards on 14 rushes ... Baylor: Threw for 155 yards, completing 17-of-33 passes ... at Texas: Threw for a career-best three touchdowns ... Completed 27-of-43 passes for 268 yards ... His 62.8 completion percentage was his best of the season ... Ran 11 times for 43 yards ... Oklahoma: Went 19-of-33 for 123 yards against the Sooners. 2016 (RFr.): Played in nine games … Took over the primary snaps at quarterback in the final three games, starting each contest … Completed 93 passes … Dropped back to throw 156 times … Connected on six touchdown passes … Threw the third-longest pass in school history at 95 yards … Amassed 1,083 yards of total offense … Rushed 32 times for 124 yards … Long scramble of 36 yards … Rhode Island: Saw action in the fourth quarter of KU’s win, and completed 3-of-4 passes for 56 yards and a touchdown in his Jayhawk debut … at Memphis: Played in the fourth quarter and completed 4-of-6 passes for 26 yards … Completed both of his pass attempts for 11 yards … at Baylor: Completed 3-of-8 passes for 45 yards against the Bears … at Oklahoma: Saw time late in the contest and completed his only pass attempt for a gain of a yard … at West Virginia: Threw for two touchdowns on 9-of-11 completions and 124 yards … Also picked up 34 yards on the ground … Iowa State: Etched new personal bests

Personal: Son of Beth and John Stanley … Has two brothers, Derek and Will … Cousin, Jimmy Meyer, played quarterback at Harvard … Majoring in communication studies with a minor in business.

CARTER STANLEY

J A Y H A W K

Quarterback | 6-2 | 198 | 3L | Senior

High School: Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports.com, while earning two stars from Rivals … Named the 2014 Regional Most Valuable Player and Treasure Coast of Florida CoOffensive Player of the Year after his senior season at Vero Beach HS … Became the first player in Treasure Coast history to throw for over 3,000 yards and 40 touchdowns in a season … Earned Class 8A All-State honorable mention honors after completing 220-of-334 passes for 3,070 yards and 40 touchdowns, while running 128 times for 579 yards and seven touchdowns in 2014 … Set Vero Beach HS records for passing yards and touchdown passes in a game with 467 yards and six TDs in a 62-13 win over Santaluces HS … Played under head coach Lenny Jankowski at VBHS … Also lettered in lacrosse … Named Rotary Club Student of the Month … Member of the A-B Honor Roll … Chose Kansas over an offer from UConn.

C H A L K

Personal: Father is James Sosinski … Has an older sister, Lauren … Majoring in communications studies with a minor in psychology.

2015 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas.

R O C K

2015 (Fr. at UMass): Redshirted his first and only season at UMass.

in completions (26), attempts (38) and yards (171), while also throwing a touchdown in the first start of his career … Texas: Notched a career-high 220 yards on 21-of-42 passing in the victory over the Longhorns … Drove 52 yards (3-of-5 passing for 37 yards) in 51 seconds with no timeouts to set up the game-tying field goal … Also rushed six times for a net of 26 yards … at K-State: Reset his personal best in yards with 302 through the air after completing 24of-44 passes … Also threw two touchdowns against the Wildcats, including the third-longest pass play in school history of 95 yards … Scampered 10 times for a career-high 52 yards against the Wildcats.

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Hawk | 6-3 | 225 | 1L | Senior

Cleveland, Ohio | Bedford HS // Fort Scott CC // ASA College Career Honors: 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (Jr.): Played in 11 games on the defensive line and special teams ... Tallied one tackle and recorded an interception, which he returned four yards ... Rutgers: Recorded his first-career tackle as a Jayhawk ... at Baylor: Did not see any action … Texas: Recorded his first-career interception. 2016-17 (RFr.-So. at ASA College): Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Earned First Team All-Northeast Conference in 2017 ... Credited with 33 total tackles, including a teambest 12.5 tackles-for-loss ... Also registered 9.5 sacks and a blocked kick on the season ... Helped lead the Avengers to a 9-1 overall record and a win in the Valley of the Sun Bowl as a sophomore ... Suited up for head coach Joe Osovet at ASA. 2015 (Fort Scott CC): Spent the season as a redshirt. High School: Helped lead Bedford HS to the a regional and conference title in 2014 ... Had 67 tackles, 10 TFLs, eight sacks and nine quarterback hurries during the 2014 season ... Received special mention all-district ... Posted a career-best six sacks in one game ... Played for head coach Sean Williams at BHS ... Also lettered three years in basketball, and track & field. Personal: Son of MaeEllenn McKenzie ... Has one sister, Lily ... Plans to major in criminal justice ... Chose Kansas over offers from Iowa State, Maryland, Missouri, Pittsburgh, UCF, Bowling Green and Toledo.

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RICKY THOMAS Safety | 5-10 | 180 | 1L | Junior

New Orleans, La. | Dutchtown HS // Blinn JC 2018 (So.): Played in eight games, starting three at safety ... Recorded 11 tackles and one interception ... Nicholls: Started at safety in the season-opener … Credited with one tackle … at Central Michigan: Turned in four total tackles and his first-career interception … Rutgers: Credited with one tackle ... at Texas Tech: Totaled two tackles … Iowa State: Totaled two tackles including a TFL ... at Oklahoma: Recorded one tackle.

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KYLE THOMPSON Punter | 6-4 | 222 | 2L | Junior El Cajon, Calif. | Christian HS

Career Honors: 2019: Preseason All-Big 12 First Team (Phil Steele Magazine); Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team (Athlon). 2018: All-Big 12 Second Team (coaches). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2016: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (So.): Earned All-Big 12 Second Team honors after averaging a conference best 43.3 yards per punt ... Recorded a total of 69 punts for 2,986 yards ... Dropped 26 of his punts inside the 20-yard line ... Had 17 punts of 50 yards or more ... Recorded a career-long punt of 76 yards against Texas ... Nicholls: Punted eight times, pinning three of them inside the 20-yard line ... Recorded a career-best 62-yard punt ... Had three punts longer than 50 yards, including two over 60 yards … at Central Michigan: Punted the ball eight times, with five dropping inside the 20-yard line ... Rutgers: Booted the ball four times, with three landing inside the 20-yard line ... at Baylor: Punted the ball seven times for 333 yards, including three that dropped inside the 20 … Oklahoma State: Punted the ball six times for 247 yards … at West Virginia: Had four punts for 187 yards … at Texas Tech: Punted the ball nine times inside the TTU 20 three times … TCU: Punted the ball four times for 176 yards inside the TCU 20 twice … Iowa State: Recorded five punts for 229 yards ... Dropped one inside the Iowa State 20yard line ... at Kansas State: Punted the ball five times for 181 yards ... Put one punt inside the Kansas State 20-yard line ... at Oklahoma: Punted the ball two times for 75 yards ... Texas: Recorded seven punts for 318 yards, including three punts inside the Texas 20-yard line. 2017 (RFr.): Played in two games ... Saw action against Oklahoma and Oklahoma State ... Recorded four punts, averaging 38.6 yards per punt ... Long punt of 40 yards against Oklahoma ... Oklahoma: Punted one time for 40 yards, dropping it inside the 20 ... Oklahoma State: Punted three times for 107 yards ... Averaged 35.7 yards per punt, with a long of 37 ... Placed one punt inside the 20-yard line. 2016 (Fr.): Did not see any game action and redshirted. High School: An accomplished kicker from Christian HS in El Cajon, California … Helped the Patriots to league and division championships … Played for head coach Matt Oliver … Won the Christian High School Coaches’ Award in 2016 and 2015 … Named the Blue Chip Report Kicker of the Year in 2015 … Awarded the Central CIF Kicker of the Year in 2014. Personal: Son of John and Karri Thompson … Majoring in political science with a minor in business.

Personal: Son of Glenda Jones and Ricky Thomas Sr. . . . Has two brothers: Irvin and Joshua Jones ... Plans to major in business management.

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Safety | 5-10 | 190 | 3L | Senior Lawrence, Kan. | Free State HS

Career Honors: 2018: Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches). 2017: Academic All-Big 12 First Team; Third Team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele); Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches); Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall and spring); Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team. 2016: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall).

Halawa, Hawaii | Mililani HS // Pima CC

2018 (Jr.): Played in all 12 games on the offensive line, starting six ... Started at both center and left guard ... Nicholls: Started at left guard ... at Central Michigan: Started at center ... Helped pave the way for RB Pooka Williams Jr., to record 125 yards rushing ... Rutgers: Started at center ... Part of the KU ground game that rushed for 405 yards. 2017 (So): Saw action in nine games, starting eight on the offensive line ... Picked up all eight starts at left guard ... Missed the final two games of the season due to injury. 2016 (Fr. at Pima CC): Played one season at Pima CC under head coach Jim Monaco … Started all 10 games at right guard for the Aztecs … Earned a 3.8 grade point average during his time at Pima. High School: Earned four letters at Mililani HS under head coach Rod York … Started all four years on the offensive line for the Trojans … Helped lead MHS to its first-ever state title in 2014 … Named all-state offensive lineman in 2013, 2014 and 2015 … Earned Mililani’s Offensive MVP in 2015 ... Also played basketball at MHS. Personal: Son of Brenda and Paea Tovi … One of six kids in his family … Has three sisters: Aaliyah, Ella and Teisah … Has two brothers: Roman and Valeliano … Enjoys swimming and hiking in his free time … Majoring in liberal arts and sciences.

C H A L K J A Y H A W K

2017 (So.): Saw action in 11 games, starting all 11 at nickelback ... Missed the Oklahoma State game with an injury ... Finished fourth on the team with 61 tackles ... Had 5.0 tackles-for-loss and 2.0 sacks ... Recorded three quarterback hurries and one pass breakup ... SEMO: Posted six tackles ... Central Michigan: Turned in five solo stops ... at Ohio: Had six tackles and 1.0 TFL ... West Virginia: Set a career high with nine tackles, including seven solos ... Texas Tech: Had three stops ... at Iowa State: Posted six tackles, four being solos ... Also had 1.0 TFL ... at TCU: Collected five tackles and a career-high 2.0 TFLs, one of which was a sack ... K-State: Recorded four solo tackles in the Sunflower Showdown to go along with a sack and 1.0 TFL ... Baylor: Registered five total hits ... at Texas: Had six tackles ... Oklahoma: Finished with six solo tackles.

Offensive Line | 6-3 | 320 | 2L | Senior

2016 (Fr.): Played in 11 games … Started at West Virginia at nickelback … Provided 10 tackles … Made a personal-best four tackles at Texas Tech … at Memphis: Recorded the first tackle of his career on punt coverage … at Texas Tech: Turned in a career day after posting a personalbest four stops against the Red Raiders … at Baylor: Provided one tackle against the Bears … at Oklahoma: Contributed one tackle … at West Virginia: Notched two stops against the Mountaineers. High School: Standout on both offense and defense at Free State HS … Earned three letters playing under head coach Robert Lisher … Produced 2,452 yards of total offense at quarterback in 2015, running for 11 touchdowns and throwing for 12 touchdowns … Recorded 84 tackles and four interceptions on defense as a senior … Picked up Second Team All-State honors by USA Today … Named 2014 and 2015 Class 6A All-Classes All-State at defensive back … 2015 All-Simone Team … Earned 2015 Topeka Capital-Journal All-State Top 11 honors … Tabbed 2015 Wichita Eagle All-State Top 11 honors … Named 2014 and 2015 Lawrence JournalWorld All-Area Team … Picked up 2014 and 2015 First Team All-Sunflower League honors at both quarterback and defensive back … Helped lead the Firebirds to three-straight district, region and sectional champions … Led FSHS to the 2013 Sunflower League title … Selected Kansas over North Dakota State. Personal: Son of Charles Johnson and Becky Torneden-Johnson … Has two siblings, Camren and Haley … Brother, Camren, played college football at Central Missouri and Baker University … Majoring in business … Future plans include becoming a coach.

R O C K

2018 (Jr.): Started at 12 games on defense ... Also served as the holder on extra points and field goals ... Ranked second on the team in tackles with 91 ... Recorded 5.5 TFLs, 2.0 sacks, two quarterback hurries and two fumble recoveries ... Returned an interception 39 yards for a touchdown against Rutgers ... Nicholls: Started at nickelback in the season-opener … Turned in seven tackles … at Central Michigan: Recorded five tackles, including 1.0 TFL ... Also recovered a fumble … Rutgers: Recorded his first-career interception, returning it 39 yards for a touchdown ... Also had six tackles and a fumble recovery in the win ... at Baylor: Started at safety … Recorded nine tackles and one TFL … Oklahoma State: Recorded 11 tackles and one TFL … at West Virginia: Recorded a career-high 13 tackles with one TFL … at Texas Tech: Totaled 10 tackles with a quarterback hurry … TCU: Totaled nine tackles ... Iowa State: Recorded his first sack on the season … Totaled seven tackles ... at Kansas State: Recorded three tackles and a sack ... at Oklahoma: Tallied six tackles on the evening against the Sooners ... Texas: Recorded five tackles against the Longhorns.

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ANDRU TOVI

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DOM WILLIAMS

#25

Running Back | 5-10 | 200 | 2L | Junior McKinney, Texas | Independence HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So.): Played in 11 games at running back ... Carried the ball 55 times for 231 yards ... Also hauled in one reception for four yards ... Nicholls: Rushed for 36 yards on six attempts and caught one pass for four yards … at Central Michigan: Ran for 32 yards on 10 attempts … Rutgers: Carried the ball nine times for 39 yards ... at Kansas State: Ran the ball eight times for 34 yards ... at Oklahoma: Ran the ball four times for 32 yards, before exiting the game with an injury ... Texas: Rushed for 37 yards on 10 attempts. 2017 (Fr.): Played in nine games as a true freshman, primarily at running back, but also saw action on special teams ... Started against Ohio ... Rushed for 176 yards on 51 carries ... Scored three touchdowns ... Caught seven passes for 49 yards ... SEMO: KU’s leading rusher with 41 yards and a score on 10 carries ... Central Michigan: Top Jayhawk rusher with 64 yards and two TDs on 18 carries ... Added 42 yards on five receptions ... at Ohio: Picked up his first collegiate start ... Ran the ball four times for five yards ... Caught one pass for six yards ... West Virginia: Gained 14 yards on one rush ... at Iowa State: Had one reception for one yard ... Baylor: Carried the ball seven times for 23 yards ... at Texas: Rushed three times for 11 yards ... Oklahoma: Posted 18 yards on six carries. High School: Touted as a four-star recruit and the 17th-best running back in the country by Rivals.com … Garnered three-star recognition from ESPN.com and 247Sports … Played for head coach Kyle Story at Independence HS his senior year … Finished his prep career ranked 10th all-time on the state of Texas’ rushing list … Ran his way to Texas Class 5A First Team All-State honors as a senior … Totaled 28 touchdowns and 1,922 yards on only 184 carries in 2016 … A four-time First Team All-District running back and a three-time First Team All-State running back. Personal: Son of Damien and Diana Williams … Has two siblings, Deja and Daniel … Father, Damien, played football at Cal … Chose Kansas over offers from Arizona State, Baylor, Boise State, Illinois, New Mexico, Purdue, SMU, Texas State and Utah … Majoring in economics.

DOM WILLIAMS

JACK WILLIAMS

#62

Offensive Line | 6-3 | 280 | 1L | Sophomore Argyle, Texas | Argyle HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2018 (RFr.): Did not see any game action. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Played for head coach Todd Rodgers at Argyle HS (Texas) … Won three-straight Texas District 4-4A championships with the Eagles … Turned in a 2016 season being named Honorable Mention All-State, First Team All-Area, a team captain and Academic Second Team All-State … Earned a 92% coaching staff grade, allowing only one sack and totaling 48 pancake blocks. Personal: Son of Jeff and Holly Williams… Has one sister, Abby … Father, Jeff, played baseball at Wichita State and spent nine seasons in professional baseball … Uncle, Robin Krug, was a swimmer at Kansas … Aunt, Kirsten Wertzberger, played tennis at Kansas … Majoring in sport management.

NICK WILLIAMS

#70

Offensive Line | 6-8 | 290 | RS | RS-Freshman Overland, Mo. | Ritenour HS

Career Honors: 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Rated a three-star recruit and the 11th-best prospect in the state of Missouri by Rivals.com ... Touted as a three-star recruit and the 12th-best player in the state of Missouri according to 247Sports.com ... Played for head coach Hoyt Gregory at Ritenour HS ... Earned second team all-state honors in 2017 ... Also earned three letters in basketball. Personal: Son of Dianne Bell and Rodney Williams ... Plans to major in business management ... Chose Kansas over offers from Central Florida, Illinois and Minnesota.

TAKULVE WILLIAMS

#16

Wide Receiver | 6-0 | 200 | 1L | Sophomore New Orleans, La. | St. Augustine HS

2018 (RFr.): Played in 10 games ... Recorded five receptions for 39 yards, with a long of 15 ... at Central Michigan: Recorded his first-career reception for 10 yards … Rutgers: Caught one pass for 11 yards ... Iowa State: Hauled in a career-long 15-yard reception. 2017 (Fr.): Redshirted his first season at Kansas. High School: Rated a three-star prospect by ESPN.com and 247Sports … Earned two-star recognition from Rivals … Recognized on the NOLA All-Metro team as a return specialist … Took two kickoffs and two punts back for touchdowns … Averaged 25.8 return yards on punts … Named the New Orleans Male Athlete of the Week by the New Orleans Times-Picayune after returning a punt 90 yards for a touchdown and a kickoff 98 yards for a score against Brother Martin. Personal: Son of Takulve Williams and Hyatta Droughn … Has two siblings, Terrell and Takeila … Undecided on a major.


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POOKA WILLIAMS JR. Running Back | 5-10 | 170 | 1L | Sophomore New Orleans, La. | Hahnville HS

Career Honors: 2019: Preseason All-Big 12 First Team (Athlon). 2018: Freshman All-America all purpose (FWAA, The Athletic); All-America Second Team all-purpose (FWAA); Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year (coaches); All-Big 12 First Team running back (coaches); AllBig 12 First Team all purpose (coaches, AP); Big 12 Newcomer of the Year (AP); All-Big 12 Second Team running back (AP); Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (Nov. 19); Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (Oct. 29); Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll (Oct. 29); Midseason True Freshman of the Year by The Athletic; ESPN Midseason Freshman All-American; Big 12 Co-Newcomer of the Week (Oct. 1); ESPN True Freshman of the Week (Sept. 10); Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (Sept. 10).

J A Y H A W K

Personal: Son of Angelique and Anthony Williams Sr. ... Full name is Anthony Williams Jr. ... Plans to major in sport management ... Chose Kansas over offers from LSU, Mississippi State, Memphis, Nebraska, TCU, UCLA, Tulane and Louisiana Tech.

C H A L K

High School: Touted as a four-star recruit and the 15th-best player in the state of Louisiana according to ESPN.com ... Rated a three-star recruit, the 11th-best all-purpose back in the country and the 16th-rated player in the state of Louisiana by Rivals.com ... Also a threestar player according to 247Sports.com ... Played for head coach Dominic Saltaformaggio at Hahnville HS ... Led HHS to the Louisiana Class 5A state title game in 2017, rushing for 210 yards and a touchdown, against Zachary HS ... Registered 3,118 rushing yards with 37 touchdowns as a senior ... Collected nearly 1,400 yards and 14 scores in Hahnville’s five-game playoff run ... Selected as the Louisiana Farm Bureau Insurance/Louisiana Sports Writers Association Mr. Football for the 2017 season ... Named New Orleans Metro Player of the Year by the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club ... Earned a spot on the New Orleans TimesPicayune 2017-18 All-Metro Top 25 Male Athletes of the Year list.

R O C K

2018 (Fr.): Rushed for a total of 1,125 yards on 161 carries, good for 102.3 yards per game, 7.0 yards per carry and seven rushing touchdowns ... Added 289 yards and two scores on 33 receptions and 246 yards on 11 kick returns to lead the Big 12 and rank sixth in the FBS in all-purpose yards at 150.9 per game ... One of two players in the Big 12 Conference to record a 100-yard rushing game (4) and a 100-yard receiving game (1) joining TCU’s Jalen Reagor ... Also one of only two players in the league to score a touchdown by way of passing, rushing and receiving in 2018 joining Texas’ Lil’ Jordan Humphrey ... One of just three true freshman in Big 12 history to accomplish the feat ... His 1,125 rushing yards tie him for eighth place in KU’s single-season history books, ranking him second among Jayhawk freshmen on that list ... His 16.8 yards per carry against Oklahoma was both a Big 12 Conference and Kansas record for a game with a minimum of 15 carries ... His 1,660 all-purpose yards rank third on KU’s singleseason list ... Tabbed the Big 12 Conference’s Newcomer of the Week on four occasions during the 2018 season ... One of just two Jayhawk running backs to be tabbed All-Big 12 First Team, joining Jon Cornish (2006) ... Also one of just two Kansas returners to earn All-Big 12 First Team accolades, joining Charles Gordon (2005) ... At Central Michigan: Made his collegiate debut with a start at running back … Ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries … Also caught one pass for eight yards ... Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week for his efforts ... Rutgers: Became the first freshman in KU history to open their career with back-to-back 100-yard rushing games after collecting 158 yards and one TD on 18 carries against the Scarlet Knights ... Recorded a then-career-long 52-yard scoring run ... Added one reception for five yards ... at Baylor: Ran for 89 yards, including a career-long rush of 72 yards … Caught one pass for five yards … Oklahoma State: Rushed for 97 yards and a score on 17 carries ... His touchdown run of 60 yards marked his longest scoring rush of his career … Recorded six receptions for 60 yards … at West Virginia: Carried the ball 12 times for 65 yards … Caught three passes for 16 yards … at Texas Tech: Rushed for 81 yards and caught three balls for 26 yards … TCU: Scored two touchdowns off 102 yards receiving on seven receptions … Rushed for 33 yards … Iowa State: Ran the ball 17 times for 58 yards … Reeled in six receptions for 42 yards ... at Kansas State: Ran the ball 14 times for 59 yards in his first Sunflower Showdown ... at Oklahoma: Earned Big 12 Newcomer of the Week after rushing for 252 yards and two touchdowns, a KU freshman record and sixth all-time in Kansas football history ... Had 18 yards receiving on three receptions ... Threw his first pass of the season, completing a nine-yard touchdown to Jeremiah Booker ... Texas: Rushed for 113 yards on 10 attempts to complete a record-setting freshman season.

POOKA WILLIAMS JR.

TAYBER WITT

#22

Wide Receiver | 4-10 | 71 | MS | Sophomore Tonganoxie, Kan. | Tonganoxie MS

Middle School: Rated a five-star recruit and the top prospect in the state of Kansas by Rivals. com, 247Sports.com, ESPN.com and Scout.com ... Speedy wide receiver who fashions his game after his favorite player, Odell Beckham Jr. ... Also a standout on the basketball court and the baseball diamond. Personal: Son of Lorelei Witt and Josh Witt ... Has one sister, Jenna, and one brother, Beckham ... Plans to major in sports broadcasting ... Chose Kansas over every other school in the country.


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#6

Cornerback | 5-10 | 170 | HS | Freshman

Omaha, Neb. | Bellevue West HS // Iowa Western CC

High School: Earned a three-star rating from Rivals.com and 247Sports.com … Played for head coach Kyle Hockman at McEachern HS. Personal: Son of Joffy Nanje and Valerian Agbaw-Ebai ... Plans to major in accounting ... Chose Kansas over offers from Georgia State and Ball State.

#83

2018 (Fr. at Iowa Western CC): Earned a three-star rating from both Rivals.com and 247Sports.com … Ranked number 33 in 247Sports.com’s JUCO rankings … Played in 12 games, picking up 43 total tackles, including 5.0 sacks and 10.0 tackles-for-loss. High School: Played for head coach MIchael Huffman at Bellevue West HS. Personal: Son of Candace and Oudios Lee ... Plans to major in pre-law ... Chose Kansas over offers from FAU, Houston, Iowa, Iowa State, Louisville and others.

TORRY LOCKLIN

Kicker | 6-2 | 170 | HS | Freshman Westerville, Ohio | Westerville Central HS

High School: Played for head coach Brent Morrison at Westerville Central HS … Booted in 34-of-35 PATs with seven made field goals on 12 attempts and a long of 37 … Earned SecondTeam All-Central District and Columbus Dispatch All-Metro honors at kicker his senior season. Personal: Son of Jennifer and Remus Borcila ... Plans to major in business and finance ... Chose Kansas over Arkansas State, Arizona and Cincinnati.

MASON FAIRCHILD

#43

Tight End | 6-5 | 250 | HS | Freshman Andale, Kan. | Andale HS

#12

Quarterback | 6-2 | 210 | HS | Freshman Rockdale, Texas | Rockdale HS

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). High School: Garnered a three-star rating by 247Sports and ESPN … Led Rockdale HS to a 13-3 record, winning the Texas 3A state championship in 2017 … Named TWSA 3A Offensive Player of the Year … Passed for 2,536 yards with 27 touchdowns and rushed for 2,434 yards with 32 touchdowns … Played under head coach Jeff Miller at Rockdale HS. Personal: Son of Kelly and Kerry Locklin ... Plans to major in business … Father, Kerry, played tight end at New Mexico State and then went on to play for the Los Angeles Rams and Denver Broncos of the NFL ... Kerry Locklin is currenlty a defensive line coach for the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL, and has also coached at Utah, Morehead State, Eastern Michigan, Fresno State, for the New York Jets and at his alma mater, New Mexico State ... Chose Kansas over offers from New Mexico State and Iowa State.

High School: Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com … Helped lead Andale HS to an 11-1 record his senior season playing defensive end and tight end … Played under head coach Dylan Schmidt at Andale HS ... Selected to play in the 2019 Kansas Shrine Bowl ... Named a Top 100 Senior by SportsinKansas.com ... Tabbed All-State Top 11 by the Topeka CapitalJournal ... Named Class 3A All-State by the Wichita Eagle and Topeka Capital-Journal.

KENNY LOGAN JR.

Personal: Son of Tina and Tim Fairchild ... Plans to major in engineering.

Cornerback | 6-0 | 195 | HS | Freshman

VELTON GARDNER

#99

Defensive Tackle | 6-5 | 290 | JC | Sophomore

Powder Springs, Ga. | McEachern HS

JACOB BORCILA

MALCOLM LEE

#23

St. Augustine, Fla. | Menendez HS

#18

Running Back | 5-9 | 190 | HS | Freshman Dallas, Texas | Skyline HS

High School: Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports.com and Rivals.com … Played for head coach Herman Johnson at Skyline HS … As a senior, completed 65.1 percent of his passes for 2,459 yards and 26 touchdowns, while leading the team with 842 rushing yards and 14 scores ... Named Offensive Most Valuable Player of the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl ... Had over 3,000 total yards with 30 touchdowns his junior season … Rated No. 31 in the Dallas Morning News Top 100 rankings ... Also lettered in track & field. Personal: Son of Beatrice Ashley ... Plans to major in sport management ... Chose Kansas over offers from Texas Tech, Kansas State, Syracuse, Houston, Colorado and others.

High School: Rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports.com and Rivals.com … Played for head coach Kyle Skipper at Menendez HS … Rushed for 1,202 yards with 18 touchdowns his senior season … Helped lead his team to an 8-3 record … Earned First Team All-St. John’s County honors as an athlete ... Also lettered in basketball and track & field. Personal: Son of Coretta Blount and Kenneth Logan ... Plans to major in business management … Has one brother, Brandon James and one sister, Angelina Dejuese ... Brother, Brandon, played college football at Florida ... Chose Kansas over offers from USF, Auburn, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Iowa State, Miami (Fla.), Louisville, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Purdue, UCF and others.


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Quarterback | 6-5 | 215 | JC | Junior

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. | Cypress Bay HS // Northern Illinois // Iowa Central CC

Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So. at Mesa CC): Tabbed the No. 2 pro-style quarterback by JCGridiron.com ... Touted a three-star rating by Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com in their JUCO rankings … Threw for 1,064 yards and 16 touchdowns in six games with Mesa CC in 2018. 2016-17 (Fr.-RFr. at Pitt): Saw action in three games on special teams in 2017 ... Sat out the 2016 season as a redshirt.

Personal: Son of Thomas Sr., and Mary MacVittie ... Has two sisters ... Father, Thomas, played football at Penn ... Plans to major in marketing ... Chose Kansas over Vanderbilt and others.

Quarterback | 6-0 | 215 | TR | Senior

Baton Rouge, La. | University HS // North Carolina

High School: Threw for 1,952 yards and 23 touchdowns to lead U-High to a Division II Louisiana state title as a senior, the first for the program since 1988 ... Also excelled as a pitcher and infielder on the baseball team and was an all-state baseball player as a sophomore. Personal: Son of Kathy and Les Miles ... His father, Les, is the coach of the Jayhawks ... Earned his degree in communication studies from UNC in May 2019.

#11

Wide Receiver | 6-4 | 210 | JC | Junior

Atlanta, Ga. | North Atlanta HS // Kennesaw St. // Iowa Central CC Career Honors: 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2018 (So. at Iowa Central CC): Rated a three-star prospect by Rivals.com ... Caught 19 passes for 292 yards and a touchdown ... Had six catches for a season-high 112 yards and a score against College of DuPage ... Played for head coach Jesse Montalto at ICCC. 2016-17 (Fr.-RFr. at Kennesaw State): Appeared in all 14 games for the Owls in 2017, making his first-career start on the road against No. 3 Jacksonville State in the second round of the FCS Playoffs … Finished the season with two receptions for 26 yards … Had a career-long 20yard reception against Texas Southern ... Sat out the 2016 season as a redshirt. High School: Prepped at North Atlanta HS … Earned first team 5A All-Region after totaling 37 catches for 785 yards with five touchdowns … Recorded a career-best seven catches for 250 yards and two scores against Cambridge HS ... Named the 2016 Coca-Cola Scholar Athlete of the Year ... Played under head coach Jeremy Gainer … Named the Warriors’ Offensive Most Valuable Player ... Also lettered in basketball ... Helped lead NAHS to the 2015 Region 7 basketball title and a runner-up finish in 2016. Personal: Son of Beautii Joseph and Ezra Naylor ... Plans to major in business marketing.

High School: Recorded 1,700 yards with 12 touchdowns as a versatile offensive player at Cypress Bay HS ... Helped team tally 23 points per game in senior season ... Rated as the No. 46 prospect in the Miami Herald’s Broward recruit rankings. Personal: Son of Lauriann and Andrew Parchment ... Plans to major in sociology.

STEVEN PARKER

#14

Linebacker | 6-4 | 220 | HS | Freshman Dallas, Texas | South Oak Cliff HS

High School: Earned a four-star rating by 247Sports.com and Rivals.com ranking in the top 400 … Rated top 20 at his position in the country … Played for head coach Jason Todd at South Oak Cliff HS … Totaled 100 tackles, including 20 sacks and 26 tackles-for-loss … Helped lead South Oak Cliff to a 11-1 record … Earned Texas 6-5A Player of the Year and District 5-A Defensive Player of the Year honors his senior season … Rated No. 36 in the Dallas Morning News Top 100 rankings ... Earned District 11-5A Defensive MVP honors as a junior. Personal: Son of Die Anie Blythe and Dysaniece Taylor ... Currently undecided on a major ... Chose Kansas over offers from Nebraska, UCLA, Texas Tech, Arkansas, Baylor, Houston, Indiana, Iowa, Purdue and TCU.

GAVIN POTTER

#49

Linebacker | 6-2 | 205 | HS | Freshman Broken Arrow, Okla. | Broken Arrow HS

High School: Earned a three-star rating from 247Sports.com and Rivals.com … Helped lead Broken Arrow HS to a 6AI state championship with a perfect 13-0 record in 2018 … Played under head coach David Alexander at Broken Arrow HS … Named a finalist for Oklahoma Defensive Player of the Year by the Tulsa World ... Earned All-State First Team honors from The Oklahoman and USA Today at linebacker, after playing on offense until his senior season ... Recorded 92 total tackles with two sacks, including 52 solos and 40 assists, his senior season ... He also added 23 tackles-for-loss, three fumble recoveries, two blocked kicks and an interception ... Also a standout wrestler, having two state titles to his name. Personal: Son of Wes Ontiveros and Angie Potter ... Plans to major in marketing ... Chose Kansas over offers from Kansas State, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech.

DAJON TERRY

#95

Defensive Tackle | 6-4 | 350 | HS | Freshman Meridian, Miss. | Meridian HS

High School: Selected to play in the 2018 Mississippi Association of Coaches Bernard Blackwell All-Star Game ... Played for head coach Calvin Hampton at MHS. Personal: Son of Ella and Eddie Terry ... Plans to major in pre-medicine.

J A Y H A W K

2015-18 (Fr.-Jr. at North Carolina): Finished his career completing 3-of-5 passes for 55 yards and a TD ... Appeared in nine games as the holder on place kicks and saw action at quarterback against Western Carolina in 2018 ... Served as the holder for all place kicks in 2017 ... Rushed for a two-point conversion in the win at Old Dominion ... At quarterback, rushed for three yards in the win over Western Carolina ... Also completed a pass on a fake field goal attempt against Miami ... Appeared in the win at Virginia in 2016.

2016-17 (Fr.-RFr. at Northern Illinois): Played in nine games during the 2017 season ... Caught one pass for six yards ... Did not see any action in 2016 and redshirted.

C H A L K

#14

2018 (So. at Iowa Central CC): Rated a three-star according to 247Sports.com, coming in at No. 60 overall in their JUCO rankings ... Hauled in 23 catches, good for 227 yards and two touchdowns ... Played for head coach Jesse Montalto at ICCC.

R O C K

High School: Rated the nation’s No. 8 pro-style quarterback by 247Sports … Threw for 1,896 yards and 22 touchdowns in seven games due to injury … Earned All-Greater Catholic League (GCL) South Division … Threw for a season-high 475 yards and six touchdowns in a 55-52 victory over Cleveland St. Ignatius … Rated No. 91 in the Top247 … Rated the No. 5 overall prospect in Ohio by 247Sports and No. 24 by ESPN … Played under Coach John Rodenberg at Moeller HS.

EZRA NAYLOR II

#4

Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 185 | JC | Junior

Cincinnati, Ohio | Moeller HS // Pittsburgh // Mesa CC

MANNY MILES

ANDREW PARCHMENT

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JAKOB AHLSCHWEDE Quarterback | 6-2 | 205 | HS | Freshman

Olathe, Kan. | St. Thomas Aquinas HS

#47

Linebacker | 6-0 | 225 | HS | Freshman

#32

Linebacker | 6-1 | 225 | HS | Freshman

#26

Running Back | 5-10 | 205 | HS | Freshman

LAWRENCE SHADD

#36

Wide Receiver | 6-1 | 189 | HS | Freshman

Somerville, N.J. | Somerville HS

Atlanta, Ga. | McEachern HS

#47

Wide Receiver | 6-7 | 219 | TR | Senior

Kansas City, Kan. | Washington HS // Coffeyville CC // Ottawa

#88

Wide Receiver | 5-10 | 176 | RS | Freshman

JACK STALLARD

#89

Defensive End | 6-3 | 245 | HS | Freshman Overland Park, Kan. | Blue Valley North HS

TYLER STOTTLE

#45

Safety | 6-0 | 180 | HS | Freshman

Miami, Fla. | Sunset HS

Prairie Village, Kan. | Shawnee Mission East HS

#60

JACK WERNER Offensive Line | 6-4 | 280 | HS | Freshman

Long Snapper | 6-2 | 225 | HS | Freshman

Cedar Rapids, Iowa | Washington HS

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio | Woodridge HS

#31

Running Back | 5-11 | 200 | HS | Sophomore Wichita, Kan. | Goddard HS

#54

Gardner, Kan. | Gardner HS

ROB FIORENTINO

PELUMI OKEOWO

DARIN ROBERTSON Linebacker | 6-0 | 218 | HS | Freshman

Kansas City, Kan. | Bishop Miege HS

LUKE HOSFORD

#20

Lawrence, Kan. | Mill Valley HS

DYLAN DOWNING

JAMAHL HORNE

JORDAN PRESTON Quarterback | 6-0 | 205 | HS | Freshman

Pittsburg, Kan. | Pittsburg HS

TRAYVON HARDS

#86

Kicker | 6-3 | 190 | HS | Freshman

Lincoln, Neb. | Lincoln Southwest HS

JEREK BUTCHER

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MILES

LES

First Year • Head Coach • Michigan, 1976

“He’s one hell of a coach. The relationship we built with him over

three years is amazing. No matter what, he always loves us and

always will.”

Jacksonville Jaguars Running Back Leonard Fournette


O O H H K K A A CH C K HA AY LK CH C RO WK YH K A C RO WK HA JAY AL C OC R AW JAY L LK A K R W H JA A K L O K J H K H H C R A A K A C O C A R W H JA LK CH C K W YH LK CH K O W YH JA LK K C O K AW JA AL CH K K R Y JA AL K C RO K AW JA AL CH CK K R AW Y J H CK RO K YH K J AL CH O A H C AW YH K J HA CK RO K YH K J AL CH O K HA AY LK CH CK RO AW AY K AL C W H H J K A C K AW AYH LK CH K RO W AY J AL K RO K AW JA AL CH CK K R AW AY K R K A J A C C K HA AY K CH C R K YH K J AL CH OC K O K H K A L O J R W W A H C RO K YH K A C O K A AY L C C R AW AY K A K K J L H C L K H K O C CK RO AW AY K A K RO WK HA J A C CK K HA JAY K J L H L A C C K HA AY K CH C R WK AY K HA C RO WK H LK H K R W H JA A K O A C O K A Y L C C R AW JAY LK HA CK JA LK H C W H K HA K OC K H JA LK R A K C A J A Y J L H A K C OC K R W AY LK HA K C RO W YAW Y J H K O K H J L H C K H A A A A K R C A C K K AW YH LK H K O W Y JA LK H C R K A O K AW JA L CH K R AW YY K C R K O K H J AL CH OC K C CK RO AW AY K AL K H A C CK K HA JAY K LK H A CH RO WK JA LK A CK Y H JA LK AW Y K 2019-PRESENT

Kansas Head Coach

JERRY JONES DALLAS COWBOYS OWNER

LSU Head Coach

2001-05

Oklahoma State Head Coach

1995-97

Oklahoma State Offensive Coordinator

1987-94

Michigan Assistant Coach

1982-86

Colorado Assistant Coach

1980-81

Michigan Graduate Assistant

NFL DRAFT PICKS POSTSEASON APPEARANCES

38

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Dallas Cowboys Assistant Coach

YEARS EXPERIENCE

C H A L K

1998-2000

“On the football field, Les Miles is a proven winner who knows how to teach the game and produce results. He also has the unique qualities necessary to lead young men and make a difference in their lives. I believe, however, that Les’ greatest asset is his integrity and the very high level of character that he exudes naturally. Some people talk about sincerity and doing things the right way. Les Miles defines that standard on a daily basis.”

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FO OT BA L L In the classroom, more than 240 players earned degrees under Miles and during his tenure, LSU football’s graduation rate ranked as high as No. 2 in the SEC multiple times. As part of LSU’s Project Graduation established in 2010, more than 30 players who had left school without a degree returned to earn their college diploma before Miles left in 2016. Nearly 190 LSU players were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll during Miles’ time there. Miles went to LSU after a four-year tenure as head coach at Oklahoma State. The OSU program he took over in 2001 had registered only one winning season since 1988.

LES MILES POSITION

Head Coach

ALMA MATER

Michigan, ‘76

HOMETOWN

Elyria, Ohio

WIFE

Kathy

CHILDREN

Kathryn, Manny, Ben & Macy

Les Miles, a national championship-winning former coach at Louisiana State and Oklahoma State, was named the head coach of the University of Kansas football team on November 18, 2018. Miles brings to Lawrence 142 victories, a BCS national championship, two SEC titles, 109 NFL Draft picks, including 21 First Round selections, in 35-plus seasons of college coaching, the most career wins of anyone who has coached football at Kansas in the modern era.

The Cowboys went 4-7 his first year, then had three-straight winning seasons (8-5, 9-4, 7-5). He led OSU to three-straight bowl games, a first for the program since 1983-85. Miles’ four-year winning percentage of 57 percent is the best career winning percentage for an OSU coach since 1949. OSU was the only team in the nation to beat Oklahoma twice during Miles’ four-year tenure there. Prior to OSU, Miles spent three years as tight-ends coach with the Dallas Cowboys (one divisional title, two playoff appearances). He went to Dallas after serving as offensive coordinator at OSU for three seasons (8-3, Alamo Bowl berth in 1997).

Miles served two stints (total of 10 seasons) as an assistant coach at Michigan, several of them under legendary head coach Bo Schembechler. During Miles’ second tenure there, from 1987-94, Michigan won 71 games, made eight-straight bowl appearances, including four Rose Bowls, and finished no lower than No. 21 in the final Associated Press national rankings. Between tenures at Michigan, Miles spent four seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Colorado. Miles graduated from Michigan in 1976 with a degree in economics. He was a two-year football letterman, playing on two Big Ten championship teams. He earned all-state honors in football at Elyria High School in Ohio, where he also earned letters in baseball and wrestling. Miles’ wife, Kathy, was a point guard at Central Michigan University and later an assistant basketball coach at Michigan. They have two daughters, Kathryn (nickname “Smacker”), a former swimmer at Texas and currently a TV sports personality, and Macy, a sophomore at Free State High School where she helped lead the Firebirds to a softball state title in 2019. They also have two sons, Manny, a grad-transfer quarterback at KU, and Ben, who is currently a fullback at Texas A&M.

Most recently, Miles served as the head coach at LSU (2005-16), where his teams averaged 10 wins per year in his 11 full seasons. He led LSU to bowl games in each of those 11 seasons (winning seven), and won 42 games against Top-25 teams and 16 over Top-10 teams. Miles’ teams won 10 or more games seven times, reached the SEC title game three times (winning twice) and led LSU to five Top-10 and three Top-5 finishes. During his tenure at LSU, Miles coached an SEC-leading 87 NFL Draft picks, 17 of them first-round selections. He coached 22 first-team All-Americans and 11 players who won national awards. He is the second-winningest coach in LSU history in overall wins (112) and SEC regularseason wins (63).

THE MILES FAMILY: BEN, KATHY, SMACKER, LES, MACEY AND MANNY.


ALL-TIME AGAINST LES MILES (142-55)

LES MILES AND KANSAS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR JEFF LONG AT MILES’ INTRODUCTORY PRESS CONFERENCE ON NOV. 18, 2018 IN HADL AUDITORIUM.

YEAR-BY-YEAR AS ASSISTANT COACH

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

TEAM Michigan Michigan Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys

RECORD BOWL 10-2 Rose 9-3 Bluebonnet 2-8-1 4-7 1-10 7-5 Freedom 6-6 Bluebonnet 8-4 Outback 9-2-1 Rose Rose 10-2 Rose 9-3 Gator 10-2 Rose 9-0-3 Rose Rose 8-4 Outback 8-4 Holiday 4-8 5-6 8-4 Alamo 10-6 Divisional Champions 8-8 5-11

YEAR-BY-YEAR AS HEAD COACH

NOTES Big 10 Champions Ranked No. 12

Ranked No. 19 Bowl Champions Big 10 Champions Gator Bowl Champions Big 10 Champions Bowl Champions Holiday Bowl Champions

YEAR TEAM RECORD BOWL NOTES 2001 Oklahoma State 4-7 2002 Oklahoma State 8-5 Houston Houston Bowl Champions 2003 Oklahoma State 9-4 Cotton 2004 Oklahoma State 7-5 Alamo 2005 LSU 11-2 Peach No. 5; SEC West Champions 2006 LSU 11-2 Sugar No. 3; Sugar Bowl Champions 2007 LSU 12-2 BCS National Champions; SEC Champions 2008 LSU 8-5 Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A Bowl Champions 2009 LSU 9-4 Capital One No. 17; Capital One Bowl 2010 LSU 11-2 Cotton No. 8; Cotton Bowl Champions 2011 LSU 13-1 BCS No. 1 for 11 weeks; SEC Champions 2012 LSU 10-3 Chick-fil-A Top 10 throughout regular season 2013 LSU 10-3 Outback Outback Bowl Champions 4th-Straight 10-win Season 2014 LSU 8-5 Music City 2015 LSU 9-3 Texas 2016 LSU 2-2 Oklahoma State record (4 years): 28-21 LSU record (12 years): 114-34 TOTAL (16 years): 142-55

OPPONENT Appalachian State Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Baylor Clemson Colorado Eastern Michigan Florida Fresno State Furman Georgia Georgia Tech Idaho Iowa Iowa State Jacksonville State Kansas Kansas State Kentucky Kent State Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech McNeese State Miami (Fla.) Middle Tennessee Mississippi State Missouri Missouri State Nebraska New Mexico State North Carolina North Texas Northern Iowa Northwestern State Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma Ole Miss Oregon Penn State Sam Houston State SMU South Carolina Southern Miss Syracuse Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Texas Tech Towson Troy Tulane Tulsa UAB UCLA Vanderbilt Virginia Tech Washington Wisconsin West Virginia Western Kentucky Wyoming

RECORD 2-0 5-7 1-0 1-0 6-5 8-4 4-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 7-4 1-0 1-0 2-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 2-0 1-1 3-1 1-0 3-0 2-0 3-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 11-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 1-1 2-2 7-5 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-0 4-0 1-1 1-0 4-1 0-4 7-2 2-3 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 2-0 2-0 1-0


2006 - LSU

LES MILES YEAR-BY-YEAR SCHEDULE AS HEAD COACH 2001 - OKLAHOMA STATE

RECORD: 4-7 (2-6 BIG 12, 5TH SOUTH) Sept. 1 at Southern Miss Sept. 8 Louisiana Tech Sept. 22 at Texas A&M Sept. 29 Northwestern State Oct. 6 Missouri Oct. 13 #11 Texas Oct. 20 at Iowa State Oct. 27 #25 Colorado Nov. 10 Texas Tech Nov. 17 at Baylor Nov. 24 at #4 Oklahoma

L 17-9 W 30-23 L 21-7 W 24-0 L 48-31 (3OT) L 45-17 L 28-14 L 22-19 L 49-30 W 38-22 W 16-13

2002 - OKLAHOMA STATE

RECORD: 8-5 (5-3 BIG 12, 4TH SOUTH) Aug. 31 at Louisiana Tech L Sept. 7 Northern Iowa W Sept. 14 #23 UCLA L Sept. 21 SMU W Oct. 5 at #2 Texas L Oct. 12 at #19 Kansas State L Oct. 19 Nebraska W Nov. 2 Texas A&M W Nov. 9 at Texas Tech L Nov. 16 at Kansas W Nov. 23 Baylor W Nov. 30 #3 Oklahoma W Houston Bowl • Houston • Reliant Stadium Dec. 27 Southern Miss W

39-36 45-10 38-24 52-16 17-15 44-9 24-21 28-23 49-24 55-20 63-28 38-28 33-23

2003 - OKLAHOMA STATE

RECORD: 9-4 (5-3 BIG 12, 3RD SOUTH) Aug. 30 at Nebraska L Sept. 6 Wyoming W Sept. 13 SMS W Sept. 20 at SMU W Oct. 9 UL-Lafayette W Oct. 11 #22 Kansas State W #24 Oct. 18 Texas Tech W #19 Nov. 1 at Texas A&M W #15 Nov. 8 at #1 Oklahoma L #22 Nov. 16 #11 Texas L Nov. 23 Kansas W #24 Nov. 30 at Baylor W Cotton Bowl • Dallas • Cotton Bowl Stadium #22 Jan. 2 Ole Miss L

2005 - LSU

2011 - LSU 45-3 45-3 7-3 49-7 48-17 23-10 49-0 38-6 28-24 28-14 23-20 (OT) 31-26 (OT)

41-14

2007 - LSU

RECORD: 12-2 (6-2 SEC, SEC CHAMPIONS) ** NATIONAL CHAMPIONS** #2 Aug. 30 at Mississippi State W 45-0 #2 Sept. 8 #9 Virginia Tech W 48-7 #2 Sept. 15 Middle Tennessee W 44-0 #2 Sept. 22 #12 South Carolina W 28-16 #2 Sept. 29 at Tulane W 34-9 #1 Oct. 6 #7 Florida W 28-24 #1 Oct. 13 at #17 Kentucky L 43-37 (3OT) #5 Oct. 20 #18 Auburn W 30-24 #4 Nov. 3 at #17 Alabama W 41-34 #2 Nov. 10 Louisiana Tech W 58-10 #1 Nov. 17 at Ole Miss W 41-24 #1 Nov. 23 Arkansas L 50-48 (3OT) SEC Championship Game • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #7 Dec. 1 #14 Tennessee W 21-14 BCS National Championship Game • New Orleans • Superdome #2 Jan. 7 #1 Ohio State W 38-24

2008 - LSU 17-7 48-24 42-3 52-6 56-3 38-34 51-49 38-10 52-9 55-16 44-21 38-21 31-28

2004 - OKLAHOMA STATE

RECORD: 7-5 (4-4 BIG 12, 5TH SOUTH) Sept. 4 at UCLA W Sept. 11 Tulsa W #25 Sept. 18 SMU W #24 Oct. 2 Iowa State W #21 Oct. 4 at Colorado W #15 Oct. 16 Texas A&M L #21 Oct. 23 at Missouri W #20 Oct. 30 #2 Oklahoma L #19 Nov. 6 at #7 Texas L #24 Nov. 13 Baylor W #23 Nov. 23 at Texas Tech W Alamo Bowl • San Antonio • Alamo Dome Dec. 29 #19 Ohio State L

RECORD: 11-2 (6-2 SEC, 2ND WEST) #8 Sept. 2 Louisiana-Lafayette W #8 Sept. 9 Arizona W #6 Sept. 16 at #3 Auburn L #10 Sept. 23 Tulane W #9 Sept. 30 Mississippi State W #9 Oct. 7 at #5 Florida L #14 Oct. 14 Kentucky W #14 Oct. 21 Fresno State W #13 Nov. 14 at #8 Tennessee W #12 Nov. 11 Alabama W #9 Nov. 18 Ole Miss W #9 Nov. 24 at #5 Arkansas W Sugar Bowl • New Orleans • Superdome #10 Jan. 3 #11 Notre Dame W

RECORD: 8-5 (3-5 SEC, 3RD WEST) #6 Aug. 30 Appalachian State W #7 Sept. 13 North Texas W #6 Sept. 20 at #9 Auburn W #5 Sept. 27 Mississippi State W #3 Oct. 11 at #11 Florida L #13 Oct 18 at South Carolina W #11 Oct. 25 # 9 Georgia L #15 Nov. 1 Tulane W #15 Nov. 8 #1 Alabama L #19 Nov. 15 Troy W #18 Nov. 22 Ole Miss L Nov. 28 at Arkansas L Chick-fil-A Bowl • Atlanta • Georgia Dome Dec. 31 #14 Georgia Tech W

41-13 41-3 26-21 34-24 51-21 24-17 52-38 35-10 27-21 (OT) 40-31 31-13 31-30 38-3

2009 - LSU

31-20 38-21 59-7 36-7 42-14 36-20 20-17 38-35 56-35 49-21 44-21

33-7

RECORD: 11-2 (7-1 SEC, 1ST WEST) #3 Sept. 10 at #15 Arizona State W 35-31 #4 Sept. 26 #10 Tennessee L 30-27 (OT) #4 Oct. 1 at Mississippi State W 37-7 #11 Oct. 8 at Vanderbilt W 34-6 #8 Oct. 15 #11 Florida W 21-17 #7 Oct. 22 #15 Auburn W 20-17 (OT) #7 Oct. 29 North Texas W 56-3 #6 Nov. 5 Appalachian State W 24-0 #5 Nov. 12 at #3 Alabama W 16-13 (OT) #4 Nov. 19 at Ole Miss W 40-7 #3 Nov. 25 Arkansas W 19-17 SEC Championship Game • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #3 Dec. 3 #13 Georgia L 34-14 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #9 Dec. 30 #10 Miami W 40-3

RECORD: 9-4 (5-3 SEC, 2ND WEST) #9 Sept. 5 at Washington W 31-23 #9 Sept. 12 Vanderbilt W 23-9 #7 Sept. 19 Louisiana-Lafayette W 41-0 #7 Sept. 26 at Miss. State W 30-26 #4 Oct. 3 at #14 Georgia W 20-13 #4 Oct. 10 #1 Florida L 13-3 #10 Oct. 24 Auburn W 31-10 #9 Oct. 31 Tulane W 42-0 #9 Nov. 7 at #3 Alabama L 24-15 #11 Nov. 14 Louisiana Tech W 24-16 #10 Nov. 21 at Ole Miss L 25-23 #17 Nov. 28 Arkansas W 33-30 (OT) Capital One Bowl • Orlando, Fla. • Citrus Bowl #13 Jan. 1 #11 Penn State L 19-17

2010 - LSU

RECORD: 11-2 (6-2 SEC, 2ND WEST) #21 Sept. 4 vs. #18 North Carolina W 30-24 #19 Sept. 11 at Vanderbilt W 27-3 #15 Sept. 18 Mississippi State W 29-7 #15 Sept. 25 #21 West Virginia W 20-14 #12 Oct. 2 Tennessee W 16-14 #12 Oct. 9 at #14 Florida W 33-20 #9 Oct. 16 McNeese State W 32-10 #6 Oct. 23 at #5 Auburn L 24-17 #12 Nov. 6 #5 Alabama W 24-21 #5 Nov. 13 Louisiana-Monroe W 51-0 #5 Nov. 20 Ole Miss W 43-36 #6 Nov. 27 at #12 Arkansas L 31-23 Cotton Bowl • Arlington, Texas • Cowboys Stadium #11 Jan. 7 #18 Texas A&M W 41-24

RECORD: 13-1 (8-0 SEC, SEC CHAMPIONS) #4 Sept. 3 vs. #3 Oregon W 40-27 #2 Sept. 10 Northwestern State W 49-3 #3 Sept. 15 at #25 Mississippi State W 19-6 #2 Sept. 24 at #16 West Virginia W 47-21 #1 Oct. 1 Kentucky W 35-7 #1 Oct. 8 #17 Florida W 41-11 #1 Oct. 15 at Tennessee W 38-7 #1 Oct. 22 #19 Auburn W 45-10 #1 Nov. 5 at #2 Alabama W 9-6 (OT) #1 Nov. 12 Western Kentucky W 42-9 #1 Nov. 19 at Ole Miss W 52-3 #1 Nov. 25 #3 Arkansas W 41-17 SEC Championship Game • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #1 Dec. 3 #12/14 Georgia W 42-10 BCS National Championship Game • New Orleans • Superdome #1 Jan. 9 #2 Alabama L 21-0

2012 - LSU

RECORD: 10-3 (6-2 SEC, 2ND WEST) #1 Sept. 1 North Texas W #3 Sept. 8 Washington W #3 Sept. 15 Idaho W #2 Sept. 22 at Auburn W #3 Sept. 29 Towson W #4 Oct. 6 at #10 Florida L #9 Oct. 13 #3 South Carolina W #6 Oct. 20 at #20 Texas A&M W #5 Nov. 3 #1 Alabama L #9 Nov. 10 #22 Mississippi State W #8 Nov. 17 Ole Miss W #8 Nov. 23 at Arkansas W Chick-fil-A Bowl • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #9 Dec. 31 #14 Clemson L

41-14 41-3 63-14 12-10 38-22 14-6 23-21 24-19 21-17 37-17 41-35 20-13 25-24

2013 - LSU

RECORD: 10-3 (5-3 SEC, T3RD WEST) #12 Aug. 31 vs. #20 TCU W 37-2 #9 Sept. 7 UAB W 56-17 #8 Sept. 14 Kent State W 45-13 #6 Sept. 21 Auburn W 35-21 #6 Sept. 28 at #9 Georgia L 44-41 #10 Oct. 5 at Mississippi State W 59-26 #10 Oct. 12 #17 Florida W 17-6 #6 Oct. 19 at Ole Miss L 27-24 #13 Oct. 26 Furman W 48-16 #10 Nov. 9 at #1 Alabama L 38-17 #18 Nov. 23 #9 Texas A&M W 34-10 #15 Nov. 29 Arkansas W 31-27 Outback Bowl • Tampa, Fla. • Raymond James Stadium #14 Jan. 1 Iowa W 21-14

2014 - LSU

RECORD: 8-5 (4-4 SEC, T4TH WEST) #13 Aug. 30 #14 Wisconsin #12 Sept. 6 Sam Houston State #10 Sept. 13 Louisiana-Monroe #8 Sept. 20 Mississippi State #17 Sept. 27 New Mexico State #15 Oct. 4 at #5 Auburn Oct. 11 at Florida #24 Oct. 25 #3 Ole Miss #14 Nov. 8 #4 Alabama #20 Nov. 15 at Arkansas Nov. 27 at Texas A&M Music City Bowl • Nashville, Tenn. • LP #22 Dec. 30 Notre Dame

W 28-24 W 56-0 W 31-0 L 34-29 W 63-7 L 41-7 W 30-27 W 10-7 L 20-13 (OT) L 17-0 W 23-17 Field L 31-28

2015 - LSU

RECORD: 9-3 (5-3 SEC, T3RD WEST) #14 Sept. 12 at #25 Mississippi State #13 Sept. 19 #18 Auburn #8 Sept. 26 at Syracuse #9 Oct. 3 Eastern Michigan #7 Oct. 10 South Carolina #6 Oct. 17 #8 Florida #5 Oct. 24 Western Kentucky #4 Nov. 7 at #7 Alabama #9 Nov. 14 Arkansas #17 Nov. 21 #22 Ole Miss Nov. 28 Texas A&M Texas Bowl • Houston • NRG Stadium #22 Dec. 29 Texas Tech

2016 - LSU

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RECORD: 2-2 (1-1 SEC, DID NOT FINISH SEASON) #5 Sept. 3 vs. Wisconsin L 16-14 #21 Sept. 10 Jacksonville State W 34-13 #20 Sept. 17 Mississippi State W 23-20 #18 Sept. 24 at Auburn L 18-13


LES MILES VS. TOP 25 (45-33) 2001 (1-2)

OPPONENT #11 Texas #25 Colorado #4 Oklahoma

2002 (1-3)

OPPONENT #23 UCLA #2 Texas #19 Kansas State #3 Oklahoma

2003 (1-2)

OPPONENT #22 Kansas State #1 Oklahoma #11 Texas

2004 (0-3)

OPPONENT #2 Oklahoma #7 Texas #19 Ohio State

OSU RANK NR NR NR

RESULTS L 45-17 L 22-19 W 16-13

OSU RANK NR NR NR NR

RESULTS L 38-24 L 17-15 L 44-9 W 38-28

OSU RANK NR #15 #11

RESULTS W 38-24 L 52-9 L 55-16

OSU RANK #20 #19 NR

RESULTS L 38-35 L 56-35 L 33-7

2005 (5-2)

OPPONENT LSU RANK RESULTS at #15 Arizona St. #5 W 35-31 #10 Tennessee #4 L 30-27 (OT) #11 Florida #10 W 21-17 #17 Auburn #7 W 20-17 (OT) at #3 Alabama #5 W 16-13 (OT) SEC Championship Game • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #13 Georgia #3 L 34-14 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #10 Miami #9 W 40-3

2006 (3-2)

OPPONENT LSU RANK RESULTS at #3 Auburn #6 L at #5 Florida #9 L at #8 Tennessee #13 W at #5 Arkansas #9 W Sugar Bowl • New Orleans • Superdome #11 Notre Dame #4 W

7-3 23-10 28-24 31-26 41-14

2007 (7-1)

OPPONENT LSU RANK RESULTS #9 Virginia Tech #2 W 48-7 #12 South Carolina #2 W 28-16 #7 Florida #1 W 28-24 at #17 Kentucky #1 L 40-37 (OT) #18 Auburn #5 W 30-24 at #17 Alabama #17 W 41-34 SEC Championship Game • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #14 Tennessee #5 W 21-14 BCS National Championship Game • New Orleans • Superdome #1 Ohio State #2 W 38-24

2008 (2-3)

OPPONENT LSU RANK RESULTS at #9/10 Auburn #6 W 26-21 at #11 Florida #3 L 51-21 #9 Georgia #11 L 52-38 #1 Alabama #15 L 27-21 (OT) Chick-fil-A Bowl • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #14 Georgia Tech NR W 38-3

2009 (1-3)

OPPONENT LSU RANK at #18/14 Georgia #4 #1 Florida #4 #3 Alabama #9 Capital One Bowl • Orlando, Fla. • Citrus #11/9 Penn State #13

2010 (5-2)

RESULTS W 20-13 L 13-3 L 24-15 Bowl L 19-17

OPPONENT LSU RANK RESULTS #18 North Carolina #21/16 W 30-24 #22/21 W. Virginia #15/12 W 20-14 at #14/12 Florida #12/9 W 33-29 at #5 Auburn #6 L 24-17 #5 Alabama #12/11 W 24-21 at #12 Arkansas #6 L 31-23 Cotton Bowl • Arlington, Texas • Cowboys Stadium #18 Texas A&M #11 W 41-24

2011 (8-1)

OPPONENT LSU RANK RESULTS #3 Oregon #4 W 40-27 at #25 Miss. State #3 W 19-6 at #16 West Virginia #2/3 W 47-21 #17/18 Florida #1/2 W 41-11 #19/23 Auburn #1/2 W 45-10 #2 Alabama #1 W 9-6 #3 Arkansas #1 W 41-17 SEC Championship Game • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #12/14 Georgia #1 W 42-10 BCS National Championship Game • New Orleans • Superdome #2 Alabama #1 L 21-0

2012 (3-3)

OPPONENT LSU RANK RESULTS #10 Florida #4 L 14-6 #3 South Carolina #9 W 23-21 #20 Texas A&M #6 W 24-19 #1 Alabama #5 L 21-17 #22 Mississippi State #9 W 37-17 Chick-fil-A Bowl • Atlanta • Georgia Dome #14 Clemson #9 L 25-24

2013 (3-2)

OPPONENT #20 TCU #9 Georgia #17 Florida #1 Alabama #9 Texas A&M

2014 (2-2)

OPPONENT #14 Wisconsin #5 Auburn #3 Ole Miss #4 Alabama

2015 (3-2)

OPPONENT #25 Mississippi State #18 Auburn #8 Florida #7 Alabama #22 Ole Miss

LSU RANK #12 #6 #10 #10 #18

RESULTS W 37-27 L 44-41 W 17-6 L 38-17 W 34-10

LSU RANK #13 #15 #24 #14

RESULTS W 28-24 L 41-7 W 10-7 L 20-13 (OT)

LSU RANK #14 #13 #6 #4 #17

RESULTS W 21-19 W 45-21 W 35-28 L 30-16 L 38-17


LES

KOENNING First Season • Offensive Coordinator • Texas, 1980 “He has proven to be an innovative offensive mind who has great success recruiting and developing offensive skill players, particularly at the quarterback position.” Head coach Les Miles


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selected in the sixth round of the 2006 draft by Cincinnati, and McGee chosen in the fourth round of the 2009 draft by Dallas. Seven other Aggies were also drafted who played under Koenning.

Koenning comes to Kansas after spending the 2018 campaign at Southern Miss as the running backs coach. His year at USM follows a two-year stint as UAB’s offensive coordinator, where he led the Blazers’ offense in its first year back after a two-year hiatus. UAB was fifth in Conference USA in scoring and rushing offense during the 2017 season.

Koenning went to Texas A&M from Alabama where he was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for two seasons (2001-02). Alabama split time between Tyler Watts and Andrew Zow in 2001, however Ahmaad Galloway led a rushing attack that ranked ninth in the nation (226.4 ypg). The 2002 team ranked 18th in rushing (213.2 ypg) while posting a 10-3 record. Shaud Williams and Santonio Beard carried the load with 921 rushing yards and 811, respectively, while Tyler Watts and Brodie Croyle shared time at quarterback. Center Alonzo Ephraim was a two-time First Team All-SEC honoree in the two years.

A.J. Erdely set the UAB record for rushing touchdowns in a season by a quarterback with 13 and running back Spencer Brown set the freshman school record for rushing yards with 1,329 yards and was named C-USA Freshman of the Year.

LES KOENNING

ALMA MATER

Texas, 1980

HOMETOWN

Houston, Texas

WIFE

Lisa

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Les & Lana

Prior to that, Koenning spent five years on the Texas A&M staff, serving as offensive coordinator and working with the quarterbacks. During his time there he oversaw the development of both Reggie McNeal and Stephen McGee. McNeal set a then single-season school record with 2,791 passing yards in 2004, while McGee put together two seasons that ranked in the top 10 at that time in 200607. McNeal also finished his career as Texas A&M’s career passing leader with 6,992 yards and rushed for 1,889 yards, while McGee left in fourth place with 5,475 passing yards combined with 1,750 rushing yards. Both players would go on the be drafted with McNeal

A native of Houston, Koenning began his career with graduate assistantships at Texas and Alabama, before being named wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator at Louisiana- Lafayette in 1985. He graduated from Texas in 1981 with a degree in health and physical education, and added a master’s degree in sports management two years later. He played at Memorial High School in Houston for his father, Les Koenning Sr., who was a longtime Texas high school and college coach. Koenning and his wife, Lisa, have two children, Les and Lana.

J A Y H A W K

Les Koenning was hired as the Jayhawks’ offensive coordinator in January 2019 by Kansas head coach Les Miles. Koenning has 17 years of experience as an offensive coordinator, has produced game-changing offenses and record-setting players at Power Five programs Mississippi State (2009-13), Texas A&M (2003-07) and Alabama (200102). During Koenning’s five seasons at Mississippi State with head coach Dan Mullen, he elevated the offense to its highest levels in school history, in addition to helping the Bulldogs play in four-straight bowl games for the first time in school history. During that time, Koenning orchestrated what was then the top four seasons in school history in total offensive yards, the top two in passing yards and scoring, the top four in passing TDs and two of the top four in rushing TDs. Koenning also coached the top four quarterbacks on the career completion percentage chart in MSU history in Tyson Lee, Tyler Russell, Dak Prescott and Chris Relf. In 2013, the Bulldogs set a then single-season record for total offense with an average of 434.4 yards per game, bettering the previous record of 422.0, set in 1982. Three of the top five averages in MSU history have fallen under Koenning’s guidance (2013, 2010 and 2012).

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Prior to joining the Texas staff were Koenning’s five seasons in Starkville. He went to MSU from South Alabama, where he spent 2008 helping to establish the foundation for the newly developed Jaguars program that began play in 2009.

Before Alabama, Koenning spent one season as passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach at TCU in 2000. He was the offensive coordinator at Houston in 1999 and Duke in 1998 following a one-year stint in the NFL as an offensive assistant with the Miami Dolphins. Koenning had also served previously at Texas A&M as wide receivers coach from 1994-96, and he briefly held the same position at Duke in December of 1993 after also coaching wide receivers at Rice from 1990-93. His first experience at Mississippi State came from 1986-89 as running backs/wide receivers coach.

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Prior to his arrival in Birmingham, Koenning served as the wide receivers coach at the University of Texas in 2014. In his lone year with the Longhorns, Koenning guided John Harris to all-conference recognition as Harris hauled in 68 catches for 1,051 yards and seven touchdowns.

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Mississippi State also set a then-school record in total yards with 5,647, passing yards with 3,178, completion percentage (.590) and completions (253), all of which were marks set previously by offenses under Koenning.

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D.J.

ELIOT First Season • Defensive Coordinator• Wyoming, 1999

“D.J. Eliot has time and again elevated the defenses he works with. He knows how to get the best out of his players, both on and off the field. I am very excited to have him on board to lead our defense.” Head coach Les Miles


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Overall at Kentucky, he coached 11 Wildcats who earned All-SEC recognition and in three of his four years with the school one of his linebackers recorded over 100 tackles in a season. Avery Williams recorded 102 stops in 2013, Josh Forrest posted 110 in 2014, a figure that ranked No. 3 in the SEC that season, while Jordan Jones had 109 in Eliot’s final year with UK.

D.J. ELIOT Defensive Coordinator/OLB

Wyoming, 1999

HOMETOWN

Edmond, Okla.

WIFE

Miekel

CHILDREN

Dawson, Drue, Page & Reace

His presence at Florida State helped lead a revival of FSU’s defense. The year prior to his arrival, the Seminoles ranked 108th in total defense and rushing defense. However, by 2012, FSU ranked second nationally in total defense (254.1 yards per game) and sixth in scoring defense (14.7 points per game). In his three seasons at Florida State (2010-12), the ‘Noles went 31-10 and he helped FSU tie for the national lead in sacks with 48 his first year there. In his second season FSU limited opponents to just 2.35 yards per carry, which led the nation in that category.

Eliot got his start in coaching at his alma mater, Wyoming, as a graduate assistant in 1999. From there he went to Houston as a graduate assistant for two years before landing in a similar position at Miami for the 2002 season; the Hurricanes went 12-0 and were ranked No. 1 at the end of the regular season before falling 31-24 in double overtime to Ohio State in the BCS National Championship Game. He spent two years in Division I-AA (FCS), coaching the linebackers at Texas State (San Marcos). He helped lead a defensive turnaround (34.8 to 20.3 points per game, as well as 395 to 314 yards allowed). In 2005, the Bobcats went 11-3, reaching the semifinals of the I-AA playoffs. Eliot lettered at linebacker at Wyoming for coach Dana Dimel and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in natural science in 1999. He earned his master’s degree in education from Houston in 2002. He grew up in Edmond, Oklahoma, graduating from Edmond Memorial High School, where he lettered in football and basketball. He and his wife, the former Miekel Marsh, have one son, Dawson, and three daughters: Drue, Page, and Reace.

J A Y H A W K

D.J. Eliot was hired in December of 2018 as the defensive coordinator of Les Miles’ staff at KU. Eliot comes to Kansas with 20 years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings, including the last six as a defensive coordinator. Eliot’s pedigree includes coaching stops at Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders who regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense, including Miles’ former defensive coordinator Dave Aranda. Prior to joining the Jayhawks, Eliot spent the 2017-18 seasons as the defensive coordinator at Colorado. His 2018 Buffaloes defense ranked fifth in the Pac-12 in total defense, but was especially good on third downs, ranking third in the league. During his stint at CU, cornerback Isaiah Oliver was selected in the second round (58th overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. Eliot joined the Colorado staff from Kentucky, where he was the Wildcats’ defensive coordinator and linebackers coach for four seasons (2013-16). He helped coach UK to the 2016 TaxSlayer Bowl, the first postseason appearance for Kentucky since 2010.

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In his second of three seasons at Rice (2007-09), he helped the Owls go 10-3 and win the 2008 Texas Bowl, the program’s first bowl win since 1950 and first 10-win season since 1949.

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At Kentucky, the Wildcats set a new school record for defensive touchdowns scored in a season with six in 2014; UK recorded 23 takeaways that year. UK jumped 45 places in total defense rankings from 2013 to 2014 under Eliot, finishing in the top half of the nation in that statistic. In 2015, UK ranked 28th in the FBS in passing defense by giving up only 198.1 yards per game, And in 2016, sophomore safety Mike Edwards finished the regular season leading all SEC defensive backs in tackles (93) while tying for the team lead in interceptions with three, two coming against No. 11 Louisville and Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson in the Cats’ 41-38 victory.

His defensive ends on the 2012 team, Werner and Cornellius Carradine, combined for and 31 tackles for losses, including 24 sacks, when FSU finished 12-2. Werner went on to be named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year on his way to earning All-America honors.

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At his previous two coaching stops, Kentucky and Florida State, he coached eight players who were drafted in the NFL, including two first-round picks. Linebacker Bud Dupree was a 2015 first-round selection of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the first Kentucky first-rounder in 12 years, and defensive end Bjoern Werner from Florida State, who was selected by Indianapolis in 2013.

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MIKE

EKELER First Season • Special Teams Coordinator• Kansas State, 1994

“The success that Mike has had throughout his career leading the special teams units at Nebraska and Georgia, in addition to his experience as a defensive coordinator at Indiana and North Texas, will serve us well as we build something special here at Kansas. Mike’s energy is contagious, and he has proven himself to be a coach who builds relationships with student-athletes and gets the best out of them on and off the field.” Head coach Les Miles


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MIKE EKELER

At USC in 2013, Ekeler coached Hayes Pullard who was named to the All-Pac 12 Second Team. That year Pullard had 60 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss, nine sacks and was drafted in the sixth round. While at Indiana, Ekeler served as the linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator from 201112.

Special Team Coord./ILB

ALMA MATER

Kasas State, 1994

HOMETOWN

David City, Neb.

WIFE

Barbie

CHILDREN

J.J, Cameryn, Abigail & Bella

A native of David City, Nebraska, Ekeler spent three seasons as Nebraska’s linebackers coach (2008-10) under head coach Bo Pelini. During his three years in Lincoln, the Cornhuskers won or shared the Big 12 Conference North Division title all three seasons.

Ekeler, a special teams standout and linebacker for Bill Snyder at Kansas State from 1991-94, was named team captain as a senior. Ekeler was named National Special Teams Player of the Year in 1994 by George Michael Sports Machine, a popular national sports show at the time. Ekeler earned his bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Kansas State in 1995. He and his wife, Barbie, have a son, J.J., and daughters Cameryn, Abigail and Bella.

J A Y H A W K

Mike Ekeler was hired by Kansas head coach Les Miles as the KU special teams coordinator in December of 2018. Ekeler and Miles worked together previously at LSU, including during LSU’s national championship run in 2007. Most recently, Ekeler served as the linebackers coach at North Carolina, and has also worked with linebackers at Georgia, USC, Indiana, Nebraska, LSU and Oklahoma. He has been a part of three teams that participated in the BCS National Championship game, including teaming up with Miles to claim the 2007 National Championship while at LSU. In 2018, Ekeler coached Cole Holcomb, who led the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in tackles with 9.5 per game. Holcomb, who was tabbed All-ACC Second Team, also ranked second in the league on solo stops with 5.4 per contest. In his first season in Chapel Hill, Ekeler tutored a veteran group that featured Holcomb along with Cayson Collins and Andre Smith. Collins, who was second on the team with 83 tackles, signed a free agent contract with the Miami Dolphins, while Smith was a seventh-round selection by the Carolina Panthers.

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Ekeler worked as a graduate assistant under Miles at LSU (2005-07) and Oklahoma (2003-04). Oklahoma played for the BCS title in both of Ekeler’s seasons in Norman, posting a two-year record of 24-3. While at LSU, the Tigers led the SEC in six defensive categories and ranked nationally in four in 2006. The 2007 LSU team finished 12-2 and won the BCS National Championship marking the third time in five years that Ekeler had been part of a team playing for the BCS title.

R O C K

In two seasons at UGA, Ekeler coached some of the best defenses in the country. In 2015, Georgia’s defense ranked seventh in the nation in total defense, allowing only 305.8 yards per game. In 2014, the Bulldogs ranked 17th in the country in total defense and were second in the SEC in passing defense efficiency. He coached three NFL draft picks in 2014: Leonard Floyd (first round), Ramik Wilson (fourth round) and Amarlo Herrera (sixth round). Ekeler also coordinated the defensive special teams at Georgia and the punt return team had six touchdown returns in two seasons.

As Nebraska’s linebackers coach, he was involved with some of the nation’s most successful defenses. In 2010, Nebraska was third nationally in pass efficiency defense, fifth in pass defense, ninth in scoring defense and 11th in total defense. In 2009, the Cornhuskers led the country in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense, and were seventh in total defense and ninth in rushing defense. He coached NFL draft picks Lavonte David, a 2010 and 2011 All-American first teamer when he set the school season tackles record, as well as Phillip Dillard, Cody Glenn, Eric Martin and Will Compton. David is an All-Pro linebacker for Tampa Bay and Compton is Washington’s defensive captain.

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Ekeler went to UNC after serving as North Texas’ defensive coordinator and linebackers coach in 2016. In his first season at North Texas, Ekeler oversaw a defense that held opponents to 8.7 points per game fewer than the previous year. That turnaround in scoring defense was the 13th-best mark in the country. He also oversaw a linebacking corps that included the team’s sack leader Joshua Wheeler (5.5).

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ALMA MATER

Kansas, 1995

HOMETOWN

Lawrence, Kan.

WIFE

Kristie

CHILDREN

Baylor & Banks

Heading into his 21st year on the Kansas coaching staff and 24th year overall with the program, Clint Bowen serves as the safeties coach on Les Miles’ staff. In 2018, Bowen organized a KU defense that featured two All-Big 12 First Team members in defensive end Daniel Wise and linebacker Joe Dineen Jr. Dineen, who led the FBS in solo tackles for the second-straight season, was tabbed All-America Second Team by the Associated Press, Sporting News and Sports Illustrated. The pair finished as the top two Kansas players all-time in tackles-for-loss. Additionally, he mentored cornerback Corione Harris to Freshman All-America honors. Bowen’s 2017 defense featured four All-Big 12 players, including safety Bryce Torneden, who earned honorable mention honors from the conference coaches in his first season as a starter. Bowen coached a pair of hard-hitting safeties for KU in 2016. Led by veteran Fish Smithson with 93 tackles and freshman Mike Lee with 77 stops--the Jayhawk backfield was in good hands.

FO OT BA L L Smithson went on to earn All-Big 12 First Team honors on his way to signing a free agent contract with the Washington Redskins. Lee found his name on Athlon Sports’ Freshman All-America Team, while he also picked up All-Big 12 honorable mention honors from the league coaches.

During his previous stint on the KU coaching staff, the Jayhawks posted a 3-1 bowl record, including a 24-21 win over Virginia Tech in the 2008 Orange Bowl. Kansas finished the 2007 season with a 12-1 record and No. 7 national ranking in both the Associated Press and ESPN/ USA Today coaches polls.

In 2015, Bowen guided safety Smithson to a FBS-leading 87 solo tackles. Smithson came within three tackles of tying Bowen’s top-three mark in KU history for tackles in a season by a defensive back and became the first DB to lead the team in tackles since Darrell Stuckey in 2009. Smithson’s 111 tackles were the most by a DB since 1998.

Bowen had at least one of his players earn postseason All-Big 12 Conference recognition each year. The 2007 Kansas defense ranked fourth in the nation in scoring defense and ranked in the top-10 nationally in both passing defense and rushing defense.

Bowen was tabbed as the Jayhawks’ interim head coach on Sept. 28, 2014, posting a 1-7 mark while guiding KU through the remainder of the 2014 campaign. He had previously served as the special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach in 2012, before moving over to coaching the linebackers in January of 2013, then adding the title of defensive coordinator in December of 2013. In addition to his interim head coach duties, Bowen still tutored the Jayhawk linebackers, specifically Ben Heeney, who was a unanimous All-Big 12 First Team selection in 2014 and a fifth-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Bowen completed a one-year stint as defensive coordinator and safeties coach for North Texas in 2011, having joined the Mean Green after spending the 2010 season at Western Kentucky, where he held the defensive coordinator position.

Bowen was a hard-hitting defensive back for the Jayhawks in 1990 and 1992-93, following one season at Butler County Community College. He led the KU defense in tackles in 1993 with 114 total stops. That figure ranks as the third-most tackles by a Jayhawk defensive back in school history. Bowen was instrumental in helping the Jayhawks to an 8-4 final record, a No. 22 national ranking and a win over Brigham Young in the 1992 Aloha Bowl. He was the recipient of the school’s Willie Pless Tackler of the Year Award following his senior season in 1993. He is the product of a football family. His father (Charley Bowen) was a high school All-American at Lawrence High School and his older brother (Charley Jr.) was a four-year letterwinner as a defensive back for the Jayhawks (1989-92). Bowen and his wife, Kristie, have two sons, Baylor and Banks. Kristie Bowen is the 2014 Mrs. Kansas and was named Miss Kansas in 2001.

The Lawrence native and 1995 KU grad returned to his roots in 2012, as he accumulated 13 years of coaching experience with the Jayhawks prior to his latest return to Lawrence. He began his Kansas coaching career by working as a defensive graduate assistant coach for KU in 1996. He then worked one season as a graduate assistant at Minnesota before returning to Kansas as a graduate assistant in 1998-99 and then serving as assistant director of football operations during the 2000 season. Bowen took over the role of special teams coordinator in 2001, a position he held at KU through the 2005 season. In addition to manning the special teams, Bowen also coached tight ends (2001), running backs (2002) and safeties (2003-05) during that time span. In 2006 Bowen was promoted to co-defensive coordinator and continued coaching the Jayhawk safeties from 2003-09. Following the 2007 season he was elevated to defensive coordinator, helping guide the Jayhawks to a victory at the Insight Bowl in 2008.

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At EIU, David Johnson earned second-team All-Ohio Valley Conference honors for two-straight seasons. Under Drake’s tutelage, he finished his senior season with 51 tackles and 9.5 tackles-for-loss, which included 3.5 quarterback sacks. He ranked 11th in the OVC in sacks and 12th in TFLs.

KWAHN DRAKE

ALMA MATER

Nicholls State, 2009

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New Orleans, La.

LES MILES

He got his start in coaching in 2008 as a student assistant at his alma mater, Nicholls State, where he assisted with the defensive line and scouting reports. In 2009, he served as the defensive line and special teams coach for St. James (La.) High School, where it finished as the District 8-3A cochampions.

He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in computer information systems from Nicholls State in 2009. He earned his master’s degree in Liberal Arts from Tulane in 2013. A New Orleans native, he graduated from Destrehan (La.) High School where he lettered in football, basketball and track.

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His first taste in the collegiate coaching ranks came as graduate assistant at Tulane in 2012. He was named the fulltime defensive line coach for the 2014-15 seasons, the latter of which saw his players help Tulane rank 12th in the FBS in tackles for a loss per game. In 2012, Drake assisted the Green Wave defensive unit that ranked 22nd in the nation in total defense (352.1), 17th against the rush (123.7) and 18th in scoring (21.4).

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“Kwahn is one of the top young defensive coaches in the country. He has built a strong relationship with the coaches and players who he has worked with in the past, and has a solid understanding of what we want to do on defense. The players he has coached have been highly productive and we are excited to have him join us here in Lawrence.”

Kwahn Drake was tabbed by head coach Les Miles to coach the Jayhawks’ defensive line in December of 2018, after spending one season on the Colorado coaching staff under current KU defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot in the same role. In Drake’s lone season in Boulder, he coached defensive tackle Mustafa Johnson, who led the Pac-12 in sacks and ranked third in tackles-for-loss. Johnson finished the season with 73 tackles, 8.5 sacks and 17.5 TFLs. He also led the Buffaloes with 16 quarterback pressures. His 17.5 tackles for loss rank 10th most in CU history and are the most by a Colorado player in 25 seasons.

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Prior to his one-year stint at EIU, Drake spent the 2016 season as an offensive analyst at Memphis under head coach Mike Norvell. The Tigers finished 8-5 and earned an invitation to the Boca Raton Bowl. The offense was the second-most prolific in program history, amassing 6,028 yards of offense and scoring 57 touchdowns and 505 points, all the second-highest numbers in school annals. The Tigers’ 3,957 passing yards and 303 completions both were the third-most for a season in school history, with 34 touchdown passes a school best.

He then moved on New Orleans’ St. Augustine High School as defensive line coach for two years (2011-12). The Purple Knights claimed the District 10-4A championship in 2011 and finished as District 10-5A co-Champions in 2012. He was also the recruiting coordinator and academic advisor, and saw 25 of his players receive football scholarships at NCAA Division I colleges during his time at St. Augustine.

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He went to Colorado after serving as the defensive line coach for the 2017 season at Eastern Illinois. On the fast track as a rising star in the profession, EIU head coach Kim Dameron had promoted Drake to co-defensive coordinator following the season.

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FO OT BA L L Jacquet McClendon who was named to the Second Team and LeMonte Booker who garnered Honorable Mention accolades at running back.

led by Junior Hemingway, who totaled 34 receptions for 699 yards and four touchdowns. Two of Hemingway’s touchdowns came in the Sugar Bowl, where he was named MVP in Michigan’s 23-20 overtime victory over Virginia Tech.

Prior to his time in Terre Haute, Hecklinski was the passing game coordinator and QB coach at Colorado State-Pueblo in 2015.

Prior to that, Hecklinski was part of Hoke’s staff at San Diego State from 2009-10, which won the 2010 Poinsettia Bowl. At SDSU, Hecklinski helped mentor star running back Ronnie Hillman, who broke NFL legend Marshall Faulk’s single-season rushing record and was chosen in the third round by the Denver Broncos in the 2012 NFL Draft.

Hecklinski was a four-year member of Brady Hoke’s staff at Michigan from 2011-14 as the assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and wide receivers coach. His final season in 2014 was highlighted by Devin Funchess, who was selected in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers. Funchess was a Second-Team All-Big Ten selection in 2014, leading Michigan with 62 catches for 733 yards and four touchdowns. Hecklinski’s unit had continued success in 2013, led by Jeremy Gallon’s record-setting year. Gallon finished the season with a program-best 1,373 receiving yards. He also had 89 receptions, ranking second in U-M history, and nine touchdowns. Gallon also posted a reception in a programrecord 39-consecutive games, breaking Braylon Edwards’ previous school mark. Gallon ended his Michigan career ranked third in all-time receptions (173), third in receiving yards (2,704) and tied for ninth in touchdown receptions (17).

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Tight Ends

ALMA MATER

Western Illinois, 1997

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Tiffany

Hecklinksi worked with a Michigan offense that averaged 383.1 yards per game in 2012. Gallon and Roy Roundtree led the group, combining for 80 catches, 1,409 yards and seven touchdowns. Gallon caught a then-career-best nine passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns in the Outback Bowl, while Roundtree finished his career ranked sixth in U-M history in career receptions (154) and receiving yards (2,304).

Riley, Mikey & J.R.

The receivers contributed to an offense that averaged 404.7 yards per game in 2011, which ranked third in the Big Ten. Five different receivers had multiple touchdown catches,

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Hecklinski first joined up with Hoke at Ball State in 2004, where he was the recruiting coordinator and wide receivers coach until he went to SDSU with Hoke after the 2008 season. At Ball State, Hecklinski helped coach two of the most prolific players in Cardinal history in wideouts Dante Love, who ranked second in the country in 2007 in all-purpose yards (206.92) and Dante Ridgeway, who was an AllAmerican and one of three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award in 2004. Hecklinski was the quarterbacks coach at Arizona in 2003, after two seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Central Missouri State, where he helped the team to the school’s first-ever playoff appearance and bowl victory. Hecklinski earned his bachelor’s degree at Western Illinois in 1997, where he was a quarterback and threw for more than 5,980 yards to rank second in the school’s career record book, after transferring from Illinois following two seasons with the Illini. He played for the Arena Football League’s Albany Firebirds in 1998. He and his wife, Tiffany, have a daughter, Riley, and two sons, Mikey and J.R.

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ON HECKLINSKI “Jeff has experienced great success in recruiting, teaching and developing studentathletes and consistently gets the best out of them, both on and off the field.”

Jeff Hecklinski was added to the Kansas football coaching staff by head coach Les Miles in December of 2018, where he will coach the Jayhawk tight ends. Hecklinski arrives in Lawrence after spending the previous two seasons at Indiana State, where he served as both the offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator, while also overseeing the Sycamore quarterbacks. In his first year at Indiana State, Hecklinski saw two offensive players named All-MVFC including tight end

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In 2018 Hull coached freshman running back Pooka Williams Jr., to one of the top rookie performances in KU football history. Williams earned Second-Team All-America honors from the Football Writers of America, the first player in KU history to do so. He rushed for 1,125 yards, tying him for eighth place in KU single-season history, and seven touchdowns. He added 246 yards on 11 kick returns to lead the Big 12, and 289 yards and two scores on 33 receptions. His 1,660 all-purpose yards rank third on KU’s single-season list. He ranked sixth in the FBS in all-purpose yards at 150.9 per game. He was named to several Freshman All-America teams, including ESPN, the Football Writers of America, Phil Steele, Athlon and 247Sports.com. Williams was also named to the All-Big 12 First Team at running back and returner, and was named Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year.

TONY HULL

ALMA MATER

UL Lafayette, 2012

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New Orleans, La.

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Jordan, Jaleh & Journee

Hull joined the Jayhawk staff from the Louisiana high school ranks, where he most recently served as the head coach and offensive coordinator of Warren Easton High School in New Orleans. During his nine seasons as the head coach of the Eagles, Hull helped lead a stagnant program into a contender.

Hull, who taught math and physical education, was an important member of the Eagles’ faculty as he saw his WEHS football players enjoy a 100 percent graduation rate. Additionally, he implemented a character development sector that saw his players assisting inner city youth with off-the-field development. Prior to his time at Warren Easton, Hull spent the 2005 season as the offensive line coach and run game coordinator at his alma mater, Sarah T. Reed High School, in New Orleans. He served in the same capacity at Mandeville High School in Mandeville, Louisiana, in 2006. Hull was a two-year starter on the offensive line at UL Lafayette, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology in 2004. Following graduation, Hull spent four years working in the engineering field, including three years at NASA. Hull has three daughters: Jordan, Jaleh and Journee.

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Hull developed the Eagles’ players on the field as he mentored 45 players who went on to earn Division I football scholarships. Six of those players earned a nod in ESPN’s top-300 list, while one of his athletes was named the 2014 Gatorade Player of the Year and Mr. Louisiana Football.

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Under Hull’s guidance, running back Khalil Herbert exploded for a 291-yard rushing game against West Virginia--the third-best single-game rushing performance in KU history and third-best in the NCAA--in 2017.

A New Orleans native, Hull arrived at Warren Easton in 2007, the school’s first season playing football following Hurricane Katrina. He guided the Eagles to the playoffs in seven of his nine seasons at the helm of the program, including a state championship game appearance in 2014 and a state semifinals showing in 2015.

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Tony Hull is in his fourth season on the Kansas coaching staff, serving as running backs coach for Les Miles

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FO OT BA L L Chevis Jackson was hired to Kansas head coach Les Miles’ staff in December 2018, joining the Jayhawks as an assistant coach where he will coach the defensive backs. Jackson joins the KU staff after spending three seasons as a defensive backs coach at Ball State. While at Ball State, Jackson was named the 2017 Mid-American Conference Recruiter of the Year by 247Sports.com, serving as the lead recruiter for the Cardinals while also coaching the defensive backs.

CHEVIS JACKSON POSITION

Defensive Backs

ALMA MATER

LSU, 2008

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Baltimore, Md.

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ON JACKSON

Prior to his stint at Ball State, Jackson spent the 2015 season as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, LSU, working on Miles’ staff that guided the Tigers to a 9-3 mark and a final national ranking of No. 16.

Jackson was a four-year letterwinner and a three-year starter at cornerback for Miles at LSU. During his time with the program, the Tigers made two SEC Championship game appearances, winning the title in 2007. Jackson recorded two tackles and returned an interception 34 yards in helping lead LSU to a 38-24 win over Ohio State in the 2008 BCS National Championship game. An All-SEC First Team honoree in 2007, Jackson was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He played in the NFL for four seasons with five different teams – Atlanta, Jacksonville, New England, Denver and Carolina.

During the 2013-14 seasons, Jackson worked as a defensive graduate assistant at South Alabama, where he helped the Jaguars earn a bowl bid for the first time in program history, a bid to the 2014 Camellia Bowl. South Alabama’s defense ranked second in the Sun Belt in both scoring defense and total defense in 2013.

“Chevis is one of the top young coaches in the game. He works hard to make a positive impact both on and off the field with the student-athletes he works with. He knows what it takes to be successful on the greatest stage in college football and will help instill that mindset to our program.”

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Jones arrived in Lubbock to oversee Tech’s player development in February 2015. In his one year in that role, Jones served as a mentor for the Red Raider offense and was also instrumental in Tech’s on-campus recruiting activities.

Cantrell and fellow receiver Keke Coutee both heard their names called during the 2018 NFL Draft as Cantrell was selected in the sixth round by the Los Angeles Chargers. Fellow outside receiver Derrick Willies also received an opportunity at the next level as he signed a free agent agreement with the Cleveland Browns shortly after the draft. T.J. Vasher developed into a significant deep threat under Jones after catching 29 passes for 545 yards and six touchdowns as only a redshirt freshman in 2017. Vasher turned in two 100-yard performances during Big 12 play as he recorded all but two of his receptions during the final eight games of the year. He averaged 18.8 yards per catch overall, which ranked 22nd nationally at the end of the season. In 2018 Jones coached Antoine Wesley, who was named a first-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America, All-Big 12 First Team by the Associated Press and All-Big 12 Second Team by the league coaches and a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award.

Jones went to Tech following three seasons as the head coach at South Oak Cliff, one of the top high school programs in the state of Texas. The Golden Bears were a combined 30-8 under Jones, advancing deep in the Class 4A and 5A playoffs all three seasons. In addition, South Oak Cliff was a hotbed for talent and annually produced several players who signed with Division-I programs, including five players who signed in 2014. South Oak Cliff was the first head coaching position for Jones after making several stops as an assistant in the Dallas area. Jones spent seven seasons at nearby Dallas Skyline High School prior to his arrival at South Oak Cliff. He began his tenure at Skyline as the wide receivers coach before later being promoted to offensive coordinator. Jones, who was a walk-on at Texas Tech during the mid1990s, began his coaching career at his alma mater, Seagoville High School, from 2001-04. He later joined the Dallas Lincoln staff for one year before heading to Dallas Skyline. Jones graduated from North Texas in 1999. He and his wife, Marlo, have two children, Emily and Emmett.

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LES MILES ON JONES

“Emmett is a dynamic wide receivers coach. The players he has worked with have really flourished under his guidance. He has developed them to have highly productive careers in college and also to go on to find success at the next level. His familiarity with the Big 12 landscape will also help us greatly in recruiting.”

Emmett Jones was named the Kansas wide receivers coach in December of 2018 by head coach Les Miles. Jones recently completed his third season as outside receivers coach on Kliff Kingsbury’s staff at Texas Tech after being promoted to the position immediately following the 2015 season.

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Under Jones’ direction, Tech’s outside receivers accounted for 1,835 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns, and were led by Dylan Cantrell, who finished with 650 yards and eight touchdowns through the air. Cantrell wrapped up his career with 1,873 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns, the majority of which came during his final two seasons under Jones.

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Wesley was among the FBS leaders in 2018 in almost every receiving category after hauling in 88 passes for 1,410 yards and nine touchdowns. He ranked second nationally in receiving yards and receiving yards per game (117.5) as well as eighth in receptions per game (7.3). He was the Big 12 leader in all three categories. Wesley’s 1,410 receiving yards rank third all-time in Texas Tech history.

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Jones, who previously served as Tech’s Director of Player Development in 2015, saw his unit find immediate success during the 2016 campaign as the Red Raiders led the country in total offense (566.6 yards per game) as well as passing offense (463.0 yards per game). Tech averaged 43.7 points per game – its third-highest mark in school history – which ranked fifth nationally among FBS programs.

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FO OT BA L L receiver, and two 1,000-yard rushers. In addition, USM had one of the most explosive offenses in the nation, leading all schools with plays of 20+ yards (109) and second in plays of 30+ yards (54). During his career, Meadows has coached one Academic All-American, five All-Americans, 25 all-conference, 21 academic all-conference, and two all-newcomer awards at the offensive line position. In addition, he has coached 16 players who have been drafted or signed as free agents in the NFL. Meadows arrived in Lawrence after spending the 2017-18 seasons at Eastern Michigan where he served as the offensive line coach and run game coordinator. Meadows overhauled the Eastern Michigan offensive line in 2017 to rank second in the MAC and 28th nationally in the fewest sacks allowed. EMU’s offense ranked third in the MAC in passing offense at 257.3 yards per game. The line also gelled down the stretch in the rushing attack, as EMU racked up 815 yards on the ground over the final four games, which included four 100-yard rushers.

LUKE MEADOWS POSITION

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ALMA MATER

South Dakota State, 1999

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Rochelle

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Daulton, Addyson & Maclane

LES MILES

ON MEADOWS “Luke is an outstanding coach at a position that is really instrumental to the success of our offense. His familiarity with the style offense we want to run is a huge asset to us as we look to implement the offense with our staff and players. We are excited to have Luke and his family joining us at Kansas.” Luke Meadows joined Kansas head coach Les Miles’ first coaching staff as the offensive line coach in December of 2018. Meadows comes to Kansas with 21 years of collegiate coaching experience. At Southern Miss for the 2014-15 seasons, Meadows was a part of a big offensive upswing, helping the offense improve from 17.9 points per game to 39.9, and seeing the rushing offense jump from 72.9 to 179.8 yards per game (leading the league in 2015), and the total offense improved from 315.5 to 509.5 yards per game. In 2015, USM became the second team in NCAA history to have a 4,000-yard passer, a 1,000-yard

Under Meadows’ tutelage, Jimmy Leatiota earned Second Team AllMAC honors was also a candidate for the Outland Trophy. Meadows was the assistant head coach and offensive line coach at 2016 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Champion Garden City Community College in Garden City, Kansas. The Broncbusters steamrolled through their 2016 schedule en route to an 11-0 record by outscoring the opposition by an average of 19 points per game. The program captured its first Jayhawk Conference title since 2001 and finished off the program’s first-ever perfect season with a 25-22 victory over Arizona Western College in the NJCAA Football Championship Game. Overall, the offense racked up 194.8 yards and 15.7 first downs per game on the ground. Meadows joined the Broncbuster staff after serving two years as the offensive line coach, with Lindsey serving as offensive coordinator, at Southern Miss. He arrived after a 1-11 season and he and Lindsey combined to help the Golden Eagles make a major jump to 9-5 in 2015, while winning the Conference USA West Division title.

averaging 227.4 yards per game. During Meadows’ time on staff, the Jackrabbits posted four of the top-10 single-season rushing totals in school history and five of the top-10 single game rushing performances. In addition, SDSU recorded four of the top-10 scoring averages in the program’s history, including 35.6 points per game in 2008. The 2008 squad also set an SDSU single-season record with 427 points in 12 games, scoring 40 or more points in a game six times. With Meadows on the coaching staff, SDSU established 11 team singlegame and single-season offensive records, including rolling up 689 yards of total offense in the 2005 Hobo Day victory over MissouriRolla. Jackrabbit players he coached also established 30 new individual school records during his tenure. Under Meadows’ guidance, Jackrabbit offensive linemen combined for seven First-Team All-Conference selections, 10 Second-Team selections, and a pair of All-Americans. Mitch Erickson, who ended his collegiate career in 2007 with his thirdstraight First-Team All-Great West Football Conference selection, was nearly a consensus All-America pick within the Division I Football Championship Subdivision as a senior. Likewise, center Ryan McKnight earned multiple All-America honors during his senior season in 2010, including First-Team recognition from the Walter Camp Football Foundation. Also during the 2010 season, the Jackrabbit offensive line ranked second in the Football Championship Subdivision, yielding only six sacks the entire campaign. Erickson signed as a free agent with the Denver Broncos and later spent time with the Seattle Seahawks. Casey Knips and Casey Bender, both starters on the Jackrabbits’ 2009 FCS playoff team, received invitations to NFL camps in 2010 with the Arizona Cardinals and Cleveland Browns, respectively. After working as a graduate assistant for South Dakota State (19992000), Meadows spent a season as offensive line coach at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Meadows and his wife Rochelle have three children: Daulton, Addyson and Maclane.

Prior to his time at Southern Miss, Meadows with a wealth of experience after spending two seasons (2012-13) at Florida Atlantic University, where he was elevated to offensive coordinator midway through the 2013 campaign. Before joining the staff at FAU, Meadows worked at South Dakota State for 10 years, serving as an offensive line coach from 2002-05 before being promoted to assistant head coach/offensive coordinator (200611). He was the longest-tenured assistant on John Stiegelemeier’s SDSU coaching staff for 10 seasons, six as assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. In that time, four players earned All-American honors, one academic honor, 19 selected all-conference and 16 received academic allconference recognition, while two all-newcomers were awarded to his offensive linemen. A Hot Springs, South Dakota, native, Meadows began his coaching career as an undergraduate student at SDSU. After earning a bachelor’s degree in 1999, he continued as a graduate assistant with the Jackrabbits during the 1999-2000 seasons, coaching the running backs, including Jackrabbit career rushing leader and All-American Josh Ranek. In 2005, Meadows coached an offensive line that helped pave the way for the leading rushing attack in the Great West Football Conference,

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Woodfin came to Kansas after spending the previous two years at Southern Miss where he served as the head strength and conditioning coach for the entire athletics department. He garnered the title of Interim Director of Athletics at Southern Miss on Dec. 20, 2016, while USM searched for a replacement for outgoing athletics director Bill McGillis. Woodfin handled the Golden Eagle football strength and conditioning needs and also oversaw the other 15 Southern Miss sports.

ZAC WOODFIN Dir. FB Strength & Conditioning

ALMA MATER

UAB, 2004

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Fawn

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A native of Prattville, Alabama, Woodfin graduated from UAB in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science. Following a college career in which he became UAB’s all-time leading tackler (372 stops), he signed as a free agent with the Green Bay Packers (2005). Woodfin later signed with the Baltimore Ravens and spent two seasons with the organization before a stint in the World Football League and with the Houston Texans. Woodfin is married to the former Fawn Burke and the couple has a son, Valor, and a daughter, Violet.

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Prior to his time in Birmingham, Woodfin spent three seasons with the Green Bay Packers as an assistant strength and conditioning coach.

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In 2014, Woodfin was named FootballScoop Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year, while serving as head strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater, UAB. He helped the Blazers improve from 2-10 in 2013 to 6-6 in 2014.

Woodfin broke into the strength industry as a volunteer at Alabama and UAB, and then spent four years working with Athletes Performance in Los Angeles. While at Athletes Performance, he worked with many clients who played for various organizations in the NFL, NBA and MLB, as well as Olympic athletes.

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Zac Woodfin, a high-energy, well-respected leader in the strength and conditioning community, is in his second season as director of football strength and conditioning at Kansas.

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Quality Control, Defense

Team Manager

Dir. of Tutoring Program

CODY SCRIBNER POS.

JEFF SMITH POS.

Dir. of Compliance

POS.

Assistant Athletic Trainer

JACK WILSON POS.

Asst. Strength Coach

Offense GA

OWEN STANLEY POS.

ANDREW VEREEN

TODD “LEAPER” WILLIAMS POS.

FO OT BA L L

Head Football Athletic Trainer

JOHN SHAW POS.

HANNAH TOURTILLOTT POS.

COLE VERTZ POS.

Assistant Athletic Trainer

SARAH WOODRUFF POS.

Assoc. Dir. of Operations

Asst. Strength Coach

Asst. Dir. of On-Campus Recruiting

DIRK WEDD POS.

Dir. of High School Relations

STEWART YOUNG POS.

Asst. Strength Coach


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MIKE VOLLMAR Senior Associate AD for Football

ALMA MATER

Siena Heights, 1988

HOMETOWN

Riverview, Mich.

WIFE

Tami

CHILDREN

Bailey

As Director of Football at IMG Academy, Vollmar oversaw all aspects of the football program, including boarding school, camps, visiting team training and events. Vollmar went to IMG after serving for four years as the University of Tennessee’s senior associate athletic director; he oversaw football and was a member of the Vols’ executive staff. During his career he has been a part of 20 bowl games, a national championship and four conference titles.

Vollmar and his wife, Tami, have a daughter, Bailey, who is a student at Michigan State University.

Additionally, early in his career, he also held recruiting and administrative positions with Syracuse (199195) and Michigan (1988-90). At Syracuse Vollmar was responsible for the oversight of recruiting and administration. Four players recruited during his tenure, including Donovan McNabb, were named to the Syracuse All-Century Team. At Michigan he served in athletics administration and was assistant recruiting coordinator.

J A Y H A W K

Mike Vollmar, an executive with over three decades of experience in college football administration, joined Kansas Athletics as Senior Associate AD for Football Administration in August 2018.

Michigan State: He worked as an assistant athletic director and director of football operations from 1996-2007, overseeing all phases of the Spartan football program while also managing construction of a new $12 million football facility.

A native of Riverview, Michigan, Vollmar comes by his love of football naturally; his dad, James, was a running back at Michigan from 1956-58. Vollmar graduated from Riverview High School, the same school that produced former Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr, former Vanderbilt head coach Woody Widenhofer and former Colorado head coach Bill McCartney.

During his time there Michigan went 28-7-1, winning three Big 10 Championships while appearing in two Rose Bowls and a Gator Bowl. Vollmar graduated from Siena Heights University in 1988 with a degree in history and a minor in speech communications. He was a pole vaulter for the Saints’ track and field team.

PATH TO KANSAS 2018-PRES

2018

2013-17

2011-12

Kansas

IMG Academy

Tennessee

Michigan

2008-10

1996-2007

1991-95

1988-90

Alabama

Michigan State

Syracuse

Michigan

Jayhawks

Crimson Tide

Ascenders

Spartans

Volunteers

Orange

C H A L K

POSITION

Michigan: He spent two years (2011-12) in Ann Arbor as the associate athletic director for football, where he helped the Wolverines attain back-to-back bowl appearances that included a 2011 BCS Sugar Bowl Championship. He was also involved in the planning and design of the $9 million renovation of Schembechler Hall, which houses Michigan football’s training facilities and a museum of Michigan football.

Vollmar has served on the College Football Playoff Advisory Committee and was a member of the Rose Bowl Advisory Committee. He serves as a trustee on the American Football Coaches Association’s National Committee for Directors of Football Operations.

R O C K

Alabama: He spent three seasons (2008-10) in Tuscaloosa, where he was associate athletic director for football and oversaw the program for Coach Nick Saban during a time in which the Crimson Tide went 36-5, won the 2009 BCS National Championship and the SEC title, and appeared in three-consecutive bowl games.

He earned a master’s degree in sport management from the United States Sports Academy in 1989, where he was named Alumnus of the Year in 2010 and serves on the Alumni Board.

COACHES/STAFF

In addition to his tenure at Tennessee, Vollmar has worked at some of the most recognizable and successful Power 5 programs in the country, including:

Wolverines

Wolverines


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KANSAS

FO OT BA L L • He oversaw the construction of the new Horejsi Family Volleyball Arena and the completion of the new indoor football practice facility. • He helped the Big 12 Conference develop a Big 12-branded offering on ESPN+, placing Kansas Athletics and the conference in the strongest position possible before the next round of television negotiations. No one familiar with Long’s career was surprised by the speed with which he effected positive change at Kansas. After all, he brought more than two decades of experience in athletic administration at the Division I level. At the University of Arkansas he led a program comprising 19 sports and 460 student-athletes from 2008 through 2017. During that time, he transformed Arkansas’ athletics department into one of the most successful in the country and established himself as a national leader within intercollegiate athletics.

JEFF LONG POSITION

Athletics Director

ALMA MATER

Ohio Wesleyan, 1982

HOMETOWN

Kettering, Ohio

WIFE

Fanny

CHILDREN

Stephanie & Christina

Jeff Long, who began his tenure as the Kansas Athletics Director on Aug. 1, 2018, wasted no time making his mark on the KU program. His first 10 months in Lawrence was like a highlight reel. Some of those highlights: • He helped make KU a national leader in student-athlete health care, teaming Kansas Athletics with LMH Health and the University of Kansas Health System for a true medical oversight and healthcare compliance model; • He hired national-champion football coach Les Miles to lead KU’s football program; • His other national-champion coach, Bill Self, led the Jayhawks to a nation’s-best 30th consecutive appearance in the NCAA Basketball Tournament; • He began a fundraising campaign, Break The Cycle, aimed at building a strong infrastructure for Kansas Football; • Student-athletes didn’t just excel in the classroom, they set department records for grade-point average in both semesters; • Junior middle-distance runner Bryce Hoppel won TWO national championships and three Big 12 Conference Championships; • The tennis team, led by three First-Team All-American seniors, won the Big 12 Championship and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Championship;

During Long’s tenure at Arkansas, the Razorbacks captured 34 conference championships and advanced to 139 postseason competitions, including the school’s first Bowl Championship Series appearance in football, and national titles in Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field. In 2016-17, Arkansas finished No. 20 in the Learfield Directors’ Cup, which measures universities’ success across all sports, marking the university’s eighth top-25 finish in the previous 10 years. Long also launched a $160 million renovation to Razorback Stadium. In the classroom, the Razorbacks posted a school record student-athlete GPA and exceeded the national APR multiyear rate in all 19 sports, including posting its highest program average ever.

He has also been active in NCAA governance, having previously served on the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA’s Sports Wagering Task Force and the NCAA Championships/Sports Management Cabinet. He was also a member of the Executive Committee of the Division I-A Athletic Directors’ Association. Prior to leading Arkansas, Long served as athletics director at the University of Pittsburgh. Additionally, he has held administrative roles at the University of Oklahoma, University of Michigan, Virginia Tech University, Eastern Kentucky University and Rice University. He held coaching staff positions at Duke University, the University of Michigan and North Carolina State University. In total, he has been an athletic director and administrator in five of the six Bowl Championship Series conferences — the Big 12, Big Ten, Big East, Atlantic Coast and SEC. An Ohio native, Long was a two-sport athlete at Ohio Wesleyan University, earning seven varsity letters in football and baseball before completing his degree in economics in 1982. He earned his master’s in education at Miami University of Ohio while serving as a graduate assistant football coach there. He then moved on to football staff positions at Rice, Duke and N.C. State prior to joining the athletics administration at Michigan. Long’s wife Fanny graduated from Michigan. They have two daughters, Stephanie (who recently earned a graduate degree at Arkansas in cognitive neuroscience) and Christina (a journalism student at Missouri).

While he was at Arkansas, Long served as the chairman of the inaugural College Football Playoff selection committee for 2014 and 2015, and remained a member of the committee through 2017.

THE LONG FAMILY: FANNY, STEPHANIE, CHRISTINA AND JEFF

PATH TO KANSAS 2018-PRES

2008-17

2003-07

2001-02

Kansas

Arkansas

Pittsburgh

Oklahoma

Jayhawks

Razorbacks

Panthers

Sooners

1998-2001

1998

1988-98

1988

Eastern Kentucky

Virginia Tech

Michigan

Rice

Colonels

Hokies

Wolverines

Owls


OPPONENTS


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2 019 KANSAS INDIANA STATE

FOOT B A L L

GENERAL INFO

Location Terre Haute, Ind. Enrollment 12,531 Colors Yale Blue & White President Deborah Curtis Athletics Director Sherard Clinkscales Conference Missouri Valley Stadium Memorial Stadium (30,255 – Field Turf) Website GoSycamores.com

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Kansas DAYTON EASTERN MICHIGAN EASTERN ILLINOIS at South Dakota WESTERN ILLINOIS SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at Illinois State SOUTHERN ILLINOIS at Northern Iowa YOUNGSTOWN STATE at Missouri State

Curt Mallory (Michigan, 1999) Record at ISU: 7-15 (Third season) 2018 Record Conference Finish

SERIES INFORMATION 7-4 5-3 (T-3rd)

Overall 2-0 In Lawrence 2-0 Last Meeting Sept. 27, 1986 First Meeting Sept. 21, 1985

MEDIA RELATIONS (812) 237-4159 (618) 841-2139 timothy.mccaughan@indstate.edu

COASTAL CAROLINA GAME 2 | Sept. 7 | 6 PM GENERAL INFO

Location Conway, S.C. Enrollment 10,641 Colors Teal & Bronze President David DeCenzo Athletics Director Matt Hogue Conference Sun Belt Stadium Brooks Stadium (20,000–ShawSportsPowerBlade) Website GoCCUSports.com

HEAD COACH

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 7 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

EASTERN MICHIGAN at Kansas NORFOLK STATE at UMass at Appalachian State GEORGIA STATE at Georgia Southern TROY LOUISIANA at Arkansas State at Louisiana-Monroe TEXAS STATE

Overall

AT BOSTON COLLEGE

GAME 3 | Sept. 13 | 6:30 PM GENERAL INFO

Location Chestnut Hill, Mass. Enrollment 14,419 Colors Maroon & Gold President William P. Leahy Athletics Director Martin Jarmond Conference Atlantic Coast Stadium Alumni Stadium (44,500 - AstroTurf) Website BCEagles.com

HEAD COACH

Steve Addazio (Central Connecticut, 1981) Record at Boston College: 38-38 (Seventh season)

7-6 5-4 (T-4th)

Overall 1-7 In Lawrence 1-2 Last Meeting Oct. 6, 2018 First Meeting Nov. 8, 1941

Mike Montoro Office (304) 293-2821 Cell (304) 276-2605 Email Mike.Montoro@mail.wvu.edu

AT TCU GENERAL INFO

Location Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment 10,394 Colors Purple & White Chancellor Dr. Victor J. Boschini Jr. Athletics Director Jeremiah Donati Conference Big 12 Stadium Amon G. Carter Stadium (45,000 - Grass) Website GoFrogs.com

VIRGINIA TECH RICHMOND KANSAS at Rutgers WAKE FOREST at Louisville NC STATE at Clemson at Syracuse FLORIDA STATE at Notre Dame at Pittsburgh

SERIES INFORMATION Overall

7-6 4-5 (T-5th)

OKLAHOMA

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 6 | Oct. 5 | TBA GENERAL INFO

Location Norman, Okla. Enrollment 30,813 Color Crimson & Cream Interim President Joseph Harroz Athletics Director Joe Castiglione Conference Big 12 Stadium Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (83,489 - Grass) Website SoonerSports.com

MEDIA RELATIONS

Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

HOUSTON SOUTH DAKOTA at UCLA TEXAS TECH at Kansas vs. Texas WEST VIRGINIA at Kansas State IOWA STATE at Baylor TCU at Oklahoma State

SERIES INFORMATION

Lincoln Riley (Texas Tech, 2006) Record at OU: 24-4 (Third season) 2018 Record Conference Finish

(617) 552-0504 (201) 966-6338 j.baum@bc.edu

Overall 9-22-4 In Fort Worth 2-10-2 Last Meeting Oct. 27, 2018 First Meeting Oct. 10, 1942

Mark Cohen Office (817) 257-5394 Cell (817) 343-2017 Email m.cohen@tcu.edu

TEAM INFORMATION

7-5 4-4 (4th Atlantic)

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF at Purdue SMU KANSAS at Iowa State at Kansas State TEXAS at Oklahoma State BAYLOR at Texas Tech at Oklahoma WEST VIRGINIA

MEDIA RELATIONS

HEAD COACH First Meeting

Aug. 31 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29

SERIES INFORMATION

Gary Patterson (Kansas State, 1983) Record at TCU: 167-63 (19th season)

2019 SCHEDULE Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 5 | Sept. 28 | TBA

2018 Record Conference Finish

MEDIA RELATIONS Jason Baum Office Cell Email

2017 Record Conference Finish

TEAM INFORMATION

5-7 2-6 (4th East)

Kevin Davis Office (843) 349-2822 Cell (704) 974-9095 Email kdavis6@coastal.edu

2018 Record Conference Finish

TEAM INFORMATION

JAMES MADISON at Missouri NC STATE at Kansas TEXAS IOWA STATE at Oklahoma at Baylor TEXAS TECH at Kansas State OKLAHOMA STATE at TCU

SERIES INFORMATION

Dana Holgorson (Iowa Wesleyan, 1993) Record at WVU: 53-37 (Eighth season)

HEAD COACH First Meeting

MEDIA RELATIONS

TEAM INFORMATION

Location Morgantown, W.Va. Enrollment 31,287 Colors Gold & Blue President Dr. E. Gordon Gee Athletics Director Shane Lyons Conference Big 12 Stadium Milan Puskar Stadium (60,000 - FieldTurf) Website WVUsports.com

2019 SCHEDULE

SERIES INFORMATION

Joe Moglia (Fordham, 1967) Record at CCU: 56-22 (Sixth season) 2018 Record Conference Finish

GENERAL INFO

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 31 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29

MEDIA RELATIONS

Tim McCaughan Office Cell Email

TEAM INFORMATION

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 4 | Sept. 21 | TBA

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

TEAM INFORMATION

WEST VIRGINIA

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 1 | Aug. 31 | 11 AM

12-2 8-1 (1st)

Overall 27-76-6 In Lawrence 14-35-3 Last Meeting Nov. 17, 2018 First Meeting Nov. 7, 1903

Mike Houck Office (405) 325-8227 Cell (405) 249-5892 Email mhouck@ou.edu


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AT TEXAS

Location Austin, Texas Enrollment 50,950 Color Burnt Orange & White President Gergory L. Fenves Athletics Director Chris Del Conte Conference Big 12 Stadium Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (100,119 - FieldTurf) Website TexasSports.com

HEAD COACH

LOUISIANA TECH LSU at Rice OKLAHOMA STATE at West Virginia vs. Oklahoma KANSAS at TCU KANSAS STATE at Iowa State at Baylor TEXAS TECH

SERIES INFORMATION

Tom Herman (California Lutheran, 1997) Record at UT: 17-10 (Third season) 2018 Record Conference Finish

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29

10-4 7-2 (2nd)

Overall 3-15 In Austin 0-8 Last Meeting Nov. 23, 2018 First Meeting Nov. 23, 1901

MEDIA RELATIONS

TEXAS TECH

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29

MONTANA STATE UTEP at Arizona at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA at Baylor IOWA STATE at Kansas at West Virginia TCU KANSAS STATE at Texas

HEAD COACH

SERIES INFORMATION 5-7 3-6 (T-7th)

Overall 1-19 In Lubbock 0-10 Last Meeting Oct. 20, 2018 First Meeting Sept. 18, 1965

MEDIA RELATIONS

Matt Dowdy Office (806) 834-4529 Cell (806) 928-5190 Email matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu

KANSAS STATE

7-6 3-6 (T-7th)

GENERAL INFO

Location Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment 23,779 Color Royal Purple and White President Richard Myers Athletics Director Gene Taylor Conference Big 12 Stadium Bill Snyder Family Stadium (50,000 - FieldTurf) Website KStateSports.com

HEAD COACH

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

NICHOLLS BOWLING GREEN at Mississippi State at Oklahoma State BAYLOR TCU OKLAHOMA at Kansas at Texas WEST VIRGINIA at Texas Tech IOWA STATE

SERIES INFORMATION

Chris Klieman (Northern Iowa, 1990) Record at KSU: 0-0 (First season) 5-7 3-6 (T-7th)

Overall 66-45-5 In Lawrence 37-19-2 Last Meeting Nov. 19, 2018 First Meeting Oct. 4, 1902

Kenny Lannou Office (785) 532-7977 Cell (785) 587-7867 Email klannou@kstatesports.com

Overall 30-36-3 In Stillwater 16-14-2 Last Meeting Sept. 29, 2018 First Meeting Oct. 13, 1923

MEDIA RELATIONS

Gavin Lang Office (405) 744-3875 Cell (405) 612-9274 Email gavin.lang@okstate.edu

AT IOWA STATE

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 11 | Nov. 23 | TBA GENERAL INFO

Location Ames, Iowa Enrollment 36,660 Colors Cardinal & Gold President Wendy Wintersteen Athletics Director Jamie Pollard Conference Big 12 Stadium Jack Trice Stadium (61,500 - Grass) Website Cyclones.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2018 Record Conference Finish

Aug. 31 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

NORTHERN IOWA IOWA LOUISIANA-MONROE at Baylor TCU at West Virginia at Texas Tech OKLAHOMA STATE at Oklahoma TEXAS KANSAS at Kansas State

SERIES INFORMATION

Matt Campbell (Mount Union, 2002) Record at ISU: 19-19 (Fourth season) 8-5 6-3 (T-3rd)

Overall 50-42-6 In Ames 24-22-3 Last Meeting Nov. 3, 2018 First Meeting Oct. 15, 1898

MEDIA RELATIONS

Mike Green Office (515) 294-7019 Cell (515) 460-5804 Email mgreen@iastate.edu

BAYLOR

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 9 | Nov. 2 | TBA

MEDIA RELATIONS

2018 Record Conference Finish

HEAD COACH

Matt Wells (Utah State, 1996) Record at TTU: 0-0 (First season)

2018 Record Conference Finish

SERIES INFORMATION

Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State, 1990) Record at OSU: 121-59 (15th season)

TEAM INFORMATION

at Oregon State MCNEESE STATE at Tusla at Texas KANSAS STATE at Texas Tech BAYLOR at Iowa State TCU KANSAS at West Virginia OKLAHOMA

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 12 | Nov. 30 | TBA GENERAL INFO

Location Waco, Texas Enrollment 16,959 Color Green & Gold President Linda Livingstone Athletics Director Mack Rhoades Conference Big 12 Stadium McLane Stadium (45,140 - FieldTurf) Website BaylorBears.com

HEAD COACH

2018 Record Conference Finish

MEDIA RELATIONS

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN UTSA at Rice IOWA STATE at Kansas State TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State WEST VIRGINIA at TCU OKLAHOMA TEXAS at Kansas

SERIES INFORMATION

Matt Rhule (Penn State, 1997) Record at BU: 8-17 (Third season)

TEAM INFORMATION

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 31 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

7-6 4-5 (T-4th)

Overall 4-14 In Lawrence 5-4 Last Meeting Sept. 22, 2018 First Meeting Sept. 18, 1971

Taylor Bryan Office (254) 710-3538 Cell (254) 709-4411 Email taylor_bryan@baylor.edu

J A Y H A W K

Location Lubbock, Texas Enrollment 36,551 Colors Scarlet & Black Chancellor Robert L. Duncan Athletics Director Kirby Hocutt Conference Big 12 Stadium Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454 - FieldTurf) Website TexasTech.com

TEAM INFORMATION

HEAD COACH

Aug. 30 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

C H A L K

GENERAL INFO

2018 Record Conference Finish

Location Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment 25,594 Color Orange & Black President V. Burns Hargis Athletics Director Mike Holder Conference Big 12 Stadium Boone Pickens Stadium (56,790 - AstroTurf) Website OKState.com

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 8 | Oct. 26 | TBA

TEAM INFORMATION

GENERAL INFO

2019 SCHEDULE

R O C K

John Bianco Office (512) 471-1346 Cell (512) 748-9315 Email john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu

GAME 10 | Nov. 16 | TBA

OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFO

TEAM INFORMATION

AT OKLAHOMA STATE

2019 SCHEDULE

GAME 7 | Oct. 19 | TBA


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FOOT B A L L

SERIES HISTORY WEST VIRGINIA

TEXAS TECH

SERIES: WVU LEADS 7-1 In Lawrence: WVU leads 2-1 In Morgantown, W. Va.: WVU leads 5-0 11/8/1941 Morgantown L 0-21 12/1/2012 Morgantown L 10-59 11/16/2013 Lawrence W 31-19 10/4/2014 Morgantown L 14-33 11/21/2015 Lawrence L 0-49 11/5/2016 Morgantown L 21-48 9/23/2017 Lawrence L 34-56 10/6/18 Morgantown L 22-38

SERIES: TTU LEADS 19-1 In Lawrence: TTU leads 10-0 In Lubbock, Texas: TTU leads 9-1 9/18/1965 Lubbock L 7-28 9/17/1966 Lawrence L 7-23 9/20/1969 Lubbock L 22-28 9/19/1970 Lawrence L 0-23 10/12/1996 Lawrence L 7-30 10/11/1997 Lubbock L 7-17 10/28/2000 Lawrence L 39-45 10/6/2001 Lubbock (ot) W 34-31 9/25/2004 Lawrence L 30-31 10/1/2005 Lubbock L 17-30 10/25/2008 Lawrence L 21-63 10/31/2009 Lubbock L 21-42 10/1/2011 Lawrence L 34-45 11/10/2012 Lubbock (2ot) L 34-41 10/5/2013 Lawrence L 16-54 10/18/2014 Lubbock L 21-34 10/17/2015 Lawrence L 20-30 9/29/2016 Lubbock L 19-55 10/7/2017 Lawrence L 19-65 10/20/2018 Lubbock L 16-48

TCU

SERIES: TCU LEADS 22-9-4 In Lawrence: TCU leads 10-7 In Fort Worth, Texas: TCU leads 10-2-2 Neutral Sites: TCU leads 2-0-2 10/10/1942 Fort Worth L 6-41 9/23/1944 Kansas City, Mo. L 0-7 9/22/1945 Kansas City, Mo. L 0-18 9/21/1946 Kansas City, Mo. T 0-0 9/20/1947 Kansas City, Mo. T 0-0 9/18/1948 Lawrence L 13-14 9/17/1949 Lawrence L 0-28 9/23/1950 Lawrence L 7-14 9/22/1951 Fort Worth W 27-13 9/20/1952 Lawrence W 13-0 9/19/1953 Fort Worth L 0-13 9/18/1954 Lawrence L 6-27 9/17/1955 Fort Worth L 14-47 9/22/1956 Lawrence L 0-32 9/21/1957 Fort Worth T 13-13 9/20/1958 Lawrence L 0-42 9/19/1959 Fort Worth L 7-14 9/17/1960 Lawrence W 21-7 9/23/1961 Fort Worth L 16-17 9/22/1962 Lawrence L 3-6 9/21/1963 Fort Worth L 6-10 9/19/1964 Lawrence W 7-3 9/18/1982 Lawrence W 30-19 9/10/1983 Fort Worth T 16-16 9/17/1994 Fort Worth L 21-31 9/14/1995 Lawrence W 38-20 9/14/1996 Fort Worth W 52-17 9/6/1997 Lawrence W 17-10 9/15/2012 Lawrence L 6-20 10/12/2013 Fort Worth L 17-27 11/15/2014 Lawrence L 30-34 11/14/2015 Fort Worth L 17-23 10/8/2016 Lawrence L 23-24 10/21/2017 Fort Worth L 0-43 10/27/18 Lawrence W 27-26

OKLAHOMA

SERIES: OU LEADS 76-27-6 In Lawrence: OU leads 35-14-3 In Norman, Okla.: OU leads 40-13-3 Neutral Sites: OU leads 1-0-0 11/7/1903 Lawrence W 17-5 10/21/1904 Norman W 16-0 10/21/1905 Lawrence W 34-0 10/20/1906 Lawrence W 20-4 10/19/1907 Norman W 15-0 10/17/1908 Lawrence W 11-0 10/9/1909 Lawrence W 11-0 11/12/1910 Norman W 2-0 11/11/1911 Lawrence L 0-3 11/2/1912 Lawrence L 5-6 11/1/1913 Norman L 7-21 10/31/1914 Lawrence T 16-16 10/30/1915 Norman L 14-23 11/4/1916 Lawrence W 21-13 11/10/1917 Norman W 13-6 11/9/1918 Lawrence L 0-33 11/8/1919 Lawrence T 0-0 11/6/1920 Norman L 9-21 11/5/1921 Norman L 7-24 11/4/1922 Lawrence W 19-3 11/3/1923 Norman W 7-3 11/15/1924 Lawrence W 20-0 11/7/1925 Norman T 0-0 11/11/1926 Lawrence W 10-9 11/12/1927 Norman L 7-26

KANSAS STATE

11/17/1928 Lawrence L 0-7 11/9/1929 Norman W 7-0 11/15/1930 Lawrence W 13-0 11/7/1931 Norman L 0-10 10/8/1932 Lawrence L 6-21 11/4/1933 Norman L 0-20 10/27/1934 Lawrence T 7-7 11/2/1935 Norman W 7-0 10/17/1936 Lawrence L 0-14 10/23/1937 Norman W 6-3 10/15/1938 Lawrence L 0-19 10/21/1939 Norman L 7-27 10/9/1940 Lawrence L 0-13 11/1/1941 Norman L 0-38 10/17/1942 Lawrence L 0-25 11/6/1943 Norman L 13-26 11/18/1944 Lawrence L 0-20 10/20/1945 Norman L 7-39 11/9/1946 Lawrence W 16-13 10/18/1947 Norman T 13-13 11/20/1948 Lawrence L 7-60 10/15/1949 Norman L 26-48 11/11/1950 Lawrence L 13-33 10/20/1951 Norman L 21-33 10/18/1952 Lawrence L 20-42 10/17/1953 Norman L 0-45 10/16/1954 Lawrence L 0-65 10/15/1955 Norman L 6-44 10/20/1956 Lawrence L 12-34 10/19/1957 Norman L 0-47 10/18/1958 Lawrence L 0-43 10/24/1959 Norman L 6-7 10/15/1960 Lawrence T 13-13 10/21/1961 Norman W 10-0 10/20/1962 Lawrence L 7-13 10/19/1963 Norman L 18-21 10/17/1964 Lawrence W 15-14 10/16/1965 Norman L 7-21 10/15/1966 Lawrence L 0-35 11/18/1967 Norman L 10-14 11/9/1968 Lawrence L 23-27 11/15/1969 Norman L 15-31 11/14/1970 Lawrence L 24-28 11/13/1971 Norman L 10-56 11/18/1972 Lawrence L 7-31 11/17/1973 Norman L 20-48 11/16/1974 Lawrence L 14-45 11/8/1975 Norman W 23-3 10/16/1976 Lawrence L 10-28 10/1/1977 Norman L 9-42 10/14/1978 Lawrence L 16-17 11/10/1979 Norman L 0-38 11/8/1980 Lawrence L 19-21 10/17/1981 Norman L 7-45

10/16/1982 Lawrence L 14-38 10/29/1983 Norman L 14-45 10/27/1984 Lawrence W 28-11 11/2/1985 Norman L 6-48 11/1/1986 Lawrence L 3-64 10/31/1987 Lawrence L 10-71 10/29/1988 Norman L 14-63 9/30/1989 Lawrence L 6-45 9/29/1990 Norman L 17-31 10/26/1991 Norman L 3-41 10/24/1992 Lawrence W 27-10 10/23/1993 Norman L 25-38 10/22/1994 Lawrence L 17-20 10/21/1995 Norman W 38-17 10/5/1996 Norman W 52-24 10/4/1997 Lawrence W 20-17 9/30/2000 Norman L 16-34 10/13/2001 Lawrence L 10-38 10/23/2004 Norman L 10-41 10/15/2005 Kansas City, Mo. L 3-19 10/18/2008 Norman L 31-45 10/24/2009 Lawrence L 13-35 10/15/2011 Lawrence L 17-47 10/20/2012 Norman L 7-52 10/19/2013 Lawrence L 19-34 11/22/2014 Norman L 7-44 10/31/2015 Lawrence L 7-62 10/29/2016 Norman L 3-56 11/18/2017 Lawrence L 3-41 11/17/2018 Norman L 40-55

TEXAS

SERIES: UT LEADS 15-3 In Lawrence: UT leads 7-3 In Austin, Texas: UT leads 8-0 11/23/1901 Lawrence W 12-0 9/24/1938 Lawrence W 19-18 11/16/1996 Lawrence L 17-38 11/15/1997 Austin L 31-45 11/11/2000 Lawrence L 16-51 11/10/2001 Austin L 0-59 11/13/2004 Lawrence L 23-27 11/12/2005 Austin L 14-66 11/15/2008 Lawrence L 7-35 11/21/2009 Austin L 20-51 10/29/2011 Austin L 0-43 10/27/2012 Lawrence L 17-21 11/2/2013 Austin L 13-35 9/27/2014 Lawrence L 0-23 11/7/2015 Austin L 20-59 11/19/2016 Lawrence W 24-21 11/11/2017 Austin L 27-42 11/23/2018 Lawrence L 17-24

SERIES: KU LEADS 66-45-5 In Lawrence: KU leads 37-19-2 In Manhattan, Kan.: KU leads 28-26-3 10/4/1902 Lawrence W 16-0 10/3/1903 Lawrence W 34-0 11/19/1904 Manhattan W 41-4 11/25/1905 Lawrence W 28-0 11/24/1906 Manhattan L 4-6 10/26/1907 Lawrence W 29-10 10/10/1908 Lawrence W 12-6 10/16/1909 Manhattan W 5-3 10/21/1911 Manhattan W 6-0 10/26/1912 Lawrence W 19-6 10/25/1913 Manhattan W 26-0 10/26/1914 Lawrence W 27-0 10/23/1915 Manhattan W 19-7 10/28/1916 Lawrence T 0-0 11/3/1917 Manhattan W 9-0 11/28/1918 Lawrence W 13-7 11/1/1919 Lawrence W 16-3 10/30/1920 Manhattan W 14-0 10/29/1921 Lawrence W 21-7 10/28/1922 Manhattan T 7-7 10/27/1923 Lawrence T 0-0 10/18/1924 Manhattan L 0-6 10/17/1925 Lawrence L 7-14 10/16/1926 Manhattan L 0-27 10/15/1927 Lawrence L 2-13 10/20/1928 Manhattan W 7-0 10/19/1929 Lawrence L 0-6 10/18/1930 Manhattan W 14-0 10/17/1931 Lawrence L 0-13 11/19/1932 Manhattan W 19-0 10/28/1933 Lawrence L 0-6 10/20/1934 Manhattan L 0-13 10/26/1935 Lawrence W 9-2 10/24/1936 Manhattan L 6-26 11/13/1937 Lawrence L 0-7 10/29/1938 Manhattan W 27-7 11/3/1939 Lawrence L 6-27 10/26/1940 Manhattan L 0-20 11/15/1941 Lawrence W 20-16 10/24/1942 Manhattan W 19-7 10/30/1943 Lawrence W 25-2 11/11/1944 Manhattan L 14-18 11/17/1945 Lawrence W 27-0 11/16/1946 Manhattan W 34-0 11/1/1947 Lawrence W 55-0 11/13/1948 Manhattan W 20-14 10/29/1949 Lawrence W 38-0 11/18/1950 Manhattan W 47-7 10/27/1951 Lawrence W 33-14 11/1/1952 Manhattan W 26-6 11/7/1953 Lawrence L 0-7 10/30/1954 Manhattan L 6-28 11/5/1955 Lawrence L 0-46 11/3/1956 Manhattan W 20-15 11/9/1957 Lawrence W 13-7


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SERIES: BU LEADS 14-4 In Lawrence: BU leads 5-4 In Waco, Texas: BU leads 9-0 9/18/1971 Lawrence W 22-0 9/10/1988 Lawrence L 14-27 9/23/1989 Waco L 3-46 10/10/1998 Waco L 24-31 11/6/1999 Lawrence W 45-10 10/5/2002 Waco L 32-35 10/18/2003 Lawrence W 28-21 10/21/2006 Waco L 35-36 10/13/2007 Lawrence W 58-10 10/2/2010 Waco L 7-55 11/12/2011 Lawrence (ot) L 30-31 11/3/2012 Waco L 14-41 10/26/2013 Lawrence L 14-59 11/1/2014 Waco L 14-60 10/10/2015 Lawrence L 7-66 10/15/2016 Waco L 7-49 11/4/2017 Lawrence L 9-38 9/22/2018 Waco L 7-26

J A Y H A W K

SERIES: OSU LEADS 37-29-3 In Lawrence: OSU leads 21-15-1 In Stillwater, Okla.: OSU leads 16-14-2 10/13/1923 Lawrence W 9-0 10/4/1924 Lawrence L 0-3 10/3/1925 Lawrence W 13-3 10/31/1931 Lawrence L 7-13 11/2/1946 Lawrence W 14-13 11/15/1947 Stillwater W 13-7 10/30/1948 Lawrence W 13-7 10/22/1949 Stillwater W 55-14 10/21/1950 Lawrence W 40-7 11/17/1951 Stillwater W 27-12 11/15/1952 Lawrence W 12-7 11/14/1953 Lawrence L 14-41 11/13/1954 Stillwater L 12-47 11/12/1955 Lawrence W 12-7 10/26/1956 Stillwater W 21-13 11/16/1957 Lawrence W 13-7 11/15/1958 Stillwater L 3-6 11/14/1959 Lawrence W 28-14

SERIES: KU LEADS 50-42-6 In Lawrence: KU leads 28-18-3 In Ames, Iowa: ISU leads 24-22-3 10/15/1898 Lawrence W 11-6 10/14/1916 Ames L 0-13 10/27/1917 Lawrence W 7-0 10/25/1919 Ames T 0-0 10/23/1920 Lawrence W 7-0 11/5/1921 Ames W 14-7 10/11/1924 Lawrence L 10-13 10/10/1925 Ames L 0-20 10/27/1928 Lawrence T 0-0 10/26/1929 Ames W 33-0
 10/25/1930 Lawrence W 20-6 10/15/1932 Ames W 26-0 11/18/1933 Lawrence W 20-6 11/3/1934 Ames T 0-0 11/23/1935 Lawrence L 12-21 10/10/1936 Ames L 7-21 10/16/1937 Lawrence W 14-6 10/22/1938 Ames L 7-21 10/7/1939 Lawrence W 14-0 10/5/1940 Ames L 0-7 10/25/1941 Lawrence W 13-0 11/14/1942 Ames L 13-20 10/9/1943 Lawrence L 6-13 10/14/1944 Ames L 0-25 10/6/1945 Lawrence T 13-13 10/12/1946 Ames W 24-8 10/4/1947 Lawrence W 27-7 10/9/1948 Ames W 20-7

8/31/2002 Ames L 3-45 11/22/2003 Lawrence W 36-7 10/30/2004 Ames L 7-13 11/26/2005 Lawrence (ot) W 24-21 11/4/2006 Ames W 41-10 11/17/2007 Lawrence W 45-7 10/4/2008 Ames W 35-33 10/10/2009 Lawrence W 41-36 10/30/2010 Ames L 16-28 11/5/2011 Ames L 10-13 11/17/2012 Lawrence L 23-51 11/23/2013 Ames L 0-34 11/8/2014 Lawrence W 34-14 10/3/2015 Ames L 13-38 11/12/2016 Lawrence L 24-31 10/14/2017 Ames L 0-45 11/3/2018 Lawrence L 3-27

C H A L K

OKLAHOMA STATE

IOWA STATE

10/1/1949 Lawrence L 6-19 10/14/1950 Ames W 33-21 9/29/1951 Lawrence W 53-33 10/11/1952 Ames W 43-0 10/3/1953 Lawrence W 23-0 10/9/1954 Ames L 6-33 10/8/1955 Lawrence T 7-7 10/13/1956 Ames W 25-14 10/12/1957 Lawrence L 6-21 10/11/1958 Ames W 7-0 10/31/1959 Lawrence W 7-0 10/8/1960 Ames W 28-14 10/14/1961 Lawrence W 21-7 10/13/1962 Ames W 29-8 10/12/1963 Lawrence L 14-17 10/10/1964 Ames W 42-6 10/9/1965 Lawrence L 7-21 10/8/1966 Ames L 7-24 10/28/1967 Lawrence W 28-14 10/26/1968 Ames W 46-25 10/25/1969 Ames L 20-44 10/24/1970 Lawrence W 24-10 10/23/1971 Ames L 24-40 10/28/1972 Lawrence L 8-34 10/27/1973 Ames W 22-20 10/26/1974 Lawrence L 6-22 10/18/1975 Ames W 21-10 11/6/1976 Lawrence L 17-31 10/29/1977 Ames L 3-41 10/28/1978 Lawrence L 7-13 10/20/1979 Ames W 24-7 10/18/1980 Lawrence W 28-17 11/7/1981 Ames W 24-11 11/6/1982 Lawrence W 24-17 10/8/1983 Ames L 35-38 10/6/1984 Lawrence W 33-14 10/12/1985 Ames L 21-22 10/11/1986 Lawrence L 10-13 10/24/1987 Lawrence L 28-42 10/22/1988 Ames L 14-42 10/7/1989 Lawrence L 20-24 10/6/1990 Ames T 34-34 10/19/1991 Lawrence W 41-0 10/17/1992 Ames W 50-47 10/16/1993 Lawrence W 35-20 10/15/1994 Ames W 41-23 10/14/1995 Lawrence W 34-7 11/2/1996 Ames W 34-31 11/1/1997 Lawrence W 34-24 11/21/1998 Ames L 20-23 11/20/1999 Lawrence W 31-28 11/18/2000 Ames L 17-38 11/17/2001 Lawrence L 7-49

R O C K

11/26/2016 Manhattan L 19-34 10/28/2017 Lawrence L 20-30 11/10/2018 Manhattan L 17-21

11/22/1960 Stillwater W 14-7 10/28/1961 Lawrence W 42-8 10/27/1962 Stillwater W 36-17 10/26/1963 Lawrence W 41-7 10/24/1964 Stillwater W 14-13 10/23/1965 Lawrence W 9-0 10/22/1966 Stillwater L 7-10 10/21/1967 Stillwater W 26-15 10/19/1968 Lawrence W 49-19 11/1/1969 Lawrence L 25-28 10/31/1970 Stillwater L 7-19 10/30/1971 Lawrence L 10-17 11/4/1972 Stillwater W 13-10 11/3/1973 Lawrence T 10-10 11/2/1974 Stillwater L 13-24 10/25/1975 Lawrence L 19-35 10/9/1976 Stillwater L 14-21 10/22/1977 Lawrence L 0-21 10/21/1978 Stillwater L 7-21 10/27/1979 Lawrence L 17-30 10/25/1980 Stillwater T 14-14 10/10/1981 Lawrence L 7-20 10/9/1982 Stillwater T 24-24 10/22/1983 Lawrence L 10-27 10/20/1984 Stillwater L 10-47 10/26/1985 Lawrence L 10-17 10/25/1986 Stillwater L 6-24 11/14/1987 Lawrence L 17-49 11/12/1988 Stillwater L 24-63 11/4/1989 Lawrence L 24-37 11/3/1990 Stillwater W 31-30 11/2/1991 Stillwater W 31-0 11/2/1992 Lawrence W 26-18 10/30/1993 Stillwater W 13-6 10/29/1994 Lawrence W 24-14 11/18/1995 Stillwater W 22-17 9/5/1998 Lawrence L 28-38 11/13/1999 Stillwater L 13-45 11/16/2002 Lawrence L 20-55 11/15/2003 Stillwater L 21-44 10/14/2006 Lawrence L 33-42 11/10/2007 Stillwater W 43-28 11/20/2010 Lawrence L 14-48 10/8/2011 Stillwater L 28-70 10/13/2012 Lawrence L 14-20 11/9/2013 Stillwater L 6-42 10/11/2014 Lawrence L 20-27 10/24/2015 Stillwater L 10-58 10/22/2016 Lawrence L 20-44 11/25/2017 Stillwater L 17-58 9/29/2018 Lawrence L 28-48

OPPONENTS

11/1/1958 Manhattan W 21-12 10/17/1959 Lawrence W 33-14 9/24/1960 Manhattan W 41-0 11/11/1961 Lawrence W 34-0 11/3/1962 Manhattan W 38-0 11/2/1963 Lawrence W 34-0 10/31/1964 Manhattan W 7-0 10/30/1965 Lawrence W 34-0 10/29/1966 Manhattan T 3-3 11/4/1967 Lawrence W 17-16 11/16/1968 Manhattan W 38-29 10/11/1969 Lawrence L 22-26 10/10/1970 Manhattan W 21-15 10/9/1971 Lawrence W 39-13 10/14/1972 Manhattan L 19-20 10/13/1973 Lawrence W 25-18 10/12/1974 Manhattan W 20-13 11/1/1975 Lawrence W 28-0 10/23/1976 Manhattan W 24-14 11/5/1977 Lawrence W 29-21 11/18/1978 Manhattan L 20-36 11/3/1979 Lawrence W 36-28 11/1/1980 Manhattan W 20-18 10/24/1981 Lawrence W 17-14 10/23/1982 Manhattan L 7-36 10/15/1983 Lawrence W 31-3 10/13/1984 Manhattan L 7-24 10/19/1985 Lawrence W 38-7 10/18/1986 Manhattan L 12-29 11/7/1987 Manhattan T 17-17 11/5/1988 Lawrence W 30-12 10/28/1989 Manhattan W 21-16 10/27/1990 Lawrence W 27-24 10/12/1991 Manhattan L 12-16 10/10/1992 Lawrence W 31-7 10/9/1993 Manhattan L 9-10 10/6/1994 Lawrence L 13-21 10/28/1995 Manhattan L 7-41 11/9/1996 Lawrence L 12-38 11/8/1997 Manhattan L 16-48 10/31/1998 Lawrence L 6-54 10/9/1999 Manhattan L 9-50 10/7/2000 Lawrence L 13-52 10/27/2001 Manhattan L 6-40 11/2/2002 Lawrence L 0-64 10/25/2003 Manhattan L 6-42 10/9/2004 Lawrence W 31-28 10/8/2005 Manhattan L 3-12 11/18/2006 Lawrence W 39-20 10/6/2007 Manhattan W 30-24 11/1/2008 Lawrence W 52-21 11/7/2009 Manhattan L 10-17 10/14/2010 Lawrence L 7-59 10/22/2011 Lawrence L 21-59 10/6/2012 Manhattan L 16-56 11/30/2013 Lawrence L 10-31 11/29/2014 Manhattan L 13-51 11/28/2015 Lawrence L 14-45


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ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORY AMERICAN ATHLETIC

G W L T FIRST LAST

Cincinnati Houston Memphis SMU Temple Tulane Tulsa South Florida Totals

2 1 1 0 1995 1997 3 3 0 0 1994 2005 2 0 2 0 2015 2016 6 2 4 0 1952 2000 1 0 1 0 1941 1941 1 1 0 0 1958 1958 10 5 5 0 1933 2004 2 1 1 0 2006 2008 27 13 14 0 1933 2016

ATLANTIC COAST

G W L T FIRST LAST

Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Louisville Miami (Fla.) North Carolina North Carolina State Pittsburgh Syracuse Virginia Virginia Tech Totals

2 1 1 0 2009 2014 7 2 5 0 1971 1993 3 1 2 0 1947 2011 3 0 3 0 1980 1990 4 0 4 0 1957 1990 2 0 2 0 1984 1986 2 0 2 0 1973 2003 3 0 3 0 1975 1980 8 4 4 0 1959 1980 2 0 2 0 1990 1991 1 1 0 0 2007 2007 37 9 28 0 1947 2014

BIG TEN

G W L T FIRST LAST

Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Penn State Rutgers Wisconsin Totals

BIG 12

Baylor Iowa State Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas TCU Texas Tech West Virginia Totals

CONFERENCE USA

5 2 3 0 1892 1968 2 1 1 0 1967 1968 10 7 3 0 1891 1960 3 0 3 0 1893 1979 6 1 5 0 1934 1994 7 4 3 0 1893 2008 117 23 91 3 1892 2010 2 0 2 0 2003 2004 1 0 1 0 1969 1969 2 1 1 0 2015 2018 6 2 4 0 1901 1976 161 41 117 3 1891 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018

G W L T FIRST LAST

1 1 0 0 2005 2005 2 2 0 0 2007 2008 4 3 1 0 1987 2013 3 3 0 0 1979 1998 3 1 2 0 1961 2013 2 1 1 0 2009 2010 4 4 0 0 1994 2000 1 1 0 0 2009 2009 20 16 4 0 1961 2013

INDEPENDENTS

G W L T FIRST LAST

MID-AMERICAN

G W L T FIRST LAST

1 0 1 0 1922 1922 1 1 0 0 1992 1992 6 1 4 1 1904 1999 8 2 5 1 1904 1999

Ball State Bowling Green Central Michigan Kent State Northern Illinois Ohio Toledo Totals

2 2 0 0 1992 1996 1 0 1 0 2002 2002 4 3 1 0 2007 2018 2 1 1 0 1987 1989 3 1 2 0 1983 2012 3 0 3 0 1967 2017 4 3 1 0 1991 2007 19 10 9 0 1967 2018

MOUNTAIN WEST

G W L T FIRST LAST

Colorado State Hawaii New Mexico San Diego State UNLV Utah State Wyoming Totals

G W L T FIRST LAST

Arizona California Colorado Oregon Oregon State Southern California Stanford UCLA Utah Washington Washington State Totals

6 3 2 1 1936 1966 5 2 3 0 1961 1992 70 24 43 3 1903 2010 2 1 0 1 1980 1981 6 4 2 0 1957 1992 1 1 0 0 1983 1983 1 0 1 0 1967 1967 7 2 5 0 1953 2001 4 2 2 0 1950 1996 1 0 1 0 1978 1978 9 7 2 0 1955 1977 112 46 61 5 1903 2010

SOUTHEASTERN

G W L T FIRST LAST

Arkansas Auburn Kentucky Mississippi State Missouri Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt Totals

SUN BELT

Appalachian State Arkansas State Louisiana Monroe New Mexico State Totals

2 2 0 0 1905 1906 2 0 2 0 1987 1988 4 3 0 1 1975 1982 1 0 1 0 1981 1981 120 55 56 9 1891 2011 2 0 2 0 1973 1974 11 2 9 0 1974 2011 2 1 1 0 1984 1985 144 63 71 10 1891 2011

G W L T FIRST LAST 1 1 0 0 2005 2005 1 1 0 0 1981 1981 1 1 0 0 2006 2006 3 2 1 0 1988 2010 6 5 1 0 1981 2010

G W L T FIRST LAST

18 4 14 0 1971 98 50 42 6 1898 116 66 45 5 1902 109 27 76 6 1903 69 29 37 3 1923 18 3 15 0 1901 35 9 22 4 1942 20 1 19 0 1965 8 1 7 0 1941 491 190 277 24 1898

Florida Atlantic Florida International Louisiana Tech North Texas Rice Southern Mississippi UAB UTEP Totals Army BYU Notre Dame Totals

PAC-12

4 4 0 0 1931 1993 1 1 0 0 1985 1985 3 2 1 0 1968 1970 1 0 1 0 1999 1999 2 1 1 0 2002 2003 1 1 0 0 1986 1986 6 4 1 1 1961 2003 18 13 4 1 1931 2003

FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (FCS) (FORMERLY I-AA) ATLANTIC 10

G W L T FIRST LAST

BIG SKY

G W L T FIRST LAST

COLONIAL ATHLETIC

G

IVY

G W L T FIRST LAST

MISSOURI VALLEY

G W L T FIRST LAST

Villanova Totals

Montana State Northern Colorado Totals Rhode Island Totals

Pennsylvania Totals

1 0 1 0 1940 1940 1 0 1 0 1940 1940

1 1 0 0 1989 1989 1 1 0 0 2009 2009 2 2 0 0 1989 2009

W

L

T

FIRST

LAST

1 1 0 0 2016 2016 1 1 0 0 2016 2016

1 0 1 0 1930 1930 1 0 1 0 1930 1930

Illinois State Indiana State Missouri State North Dakota State South Dakota South Dakota State Southern Illinois Totals

1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 3 3 0 0 13 11 2 0

OHIO VALLEY

G W L T FIRST LAST

Eastern Illinois Jacksonville State Southeast Missouri State Totals

PIONEER

1998 1985 2001 2010 2013 1947 1986 1947

1998 1986 2002 2010 2013 2015 2000 2015

1 1 0 0 1985 1985 1 1 0 0 2003 2003 2 2 0 0 2014 2017 4 4 0 0 1985 2017

G W L T FIRST LAST

Drake Totals

17 10 6 1 1899 1940 17 10 6 1 1899 1940

SOUTHERN

G W L T FIRST LAST

SOUTHLAND

G W L T FIRST LAST

Western Carolina Totals

McNeese State Nicholls State Northwestern (La.) State Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana Totals

1 1 0 0 1993 1993 1 1 0 0 1993 1993

1 1 0 0 2011 2011 1 0 1 0 2018 2018 1 1 0 0 2006 2006 1 1 0 0 2006 2008 1 1 0 0 2007 2007 5 4 1 0 2006 2018

OTHERS

Abilene (Kan.) Ainsworth Medical Baker Beloit (Kan.) Boston Cal State Northridge Creighton Denver Denver Athletic Club Doane Drury College of Emporia Emporia State Fort Riley (Kan.) George Washington Glasco (Kan.) Grinnell (Kan.) Haskell (Kan.) Iowa Navy Pre-Flight James Milliken Kansas City Medical Kansas City YMCA Kirksville Osteopathy (Mo.) Knox Loyola (Calif.) Marquette Midland Olathe Navy (Kan.) Ottawa Pacific Pittsburg State Saint Louis St. Benedict’s St. Mary’s (Kan.) Santa Clara South Dakota Warrensburg (Mo.) Washburn Washington (Mo.) Wichita State William Jewell Totals

G W L T FIRST LAST

1 1 0 0 1896 1896 1 1 0 0 1898 1898 10 6 3 1 1890 1918 1 0 0 1 1901 1901 2 2 0 0 1959 1962 1 1 0 0 1999 1999 3 3 0 0 1923 1933 9 6 2 1 1932 1950 3 2 1 0 1892 1896 3 3 0 0 1894 1896 1 1 0 0 1905 1905 5 5 0 0 1903 1914 18 16 1 1 1895 1929 1 0 1 0 1943 1943 6 3 3 0 1933 1949 1 1 0 0 1897 1897 4 2 2 0 1925 1928 11 6 5 0 1896 1931 1 0 1 0 1942 1942 1 1 0 0 1931 1931 7 4 3 0 1896 1902 2 1 1 0 1890 1891 1 1 0 0 1901 1901 1 0 1 0 1902 1902 1 1 0 0 1951 1951 4 0 4 0 1928 1945 3 3 0 0 1895 1897 1 1 0 0 1944 1944 6 4 1 1 1894 1910 1 0 0 1 1956 1956 1 1 0 0 1919 1919 3 1 2 0 1906 1932 2 2 0 0 1934 1935 8 8 0 0 1897 1912 1 1 0 0 1952 1952 1 1 0 0 1900 1900 5 5 0 0 1897 1943 37 28 5 4 1891 1945 15 12 0 3 1891 1942 7 5 2 0 1902 1984 6 6 0 0 1905 1914 196 145 38 13 1890 1999


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2019-20 BOWL SCHEDULE TIME [ET]

TV

Nassau, Bahamas

2:00 pm

ESPN

Frisco Bowl

AAC/At-Large

Frisco, TX

7:30 pm

ESPN2

Sat Dec 21

Celebration Bowl

MEAC/SWAC

Atlanta, GA

12 noon

ABC

New Mexico Bowl

MW/C-USA

Albuquerque, NM

2 pm

ESPN

Cure Bowl

AAC/Sun Belt

Orlando, FL

2:30 pm

CBSSN

Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl

AAC/C-USA/MAC

Boca Raton, FL

3:30 pm

ABC

Camellia Bowl

MAC/Sun Belt

Montgomery, AL

5:30 pm

ESPN

Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl

MW/Pac-12

Las Vegas, NV

7:30 pm

ABC

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

Sun Belt/C-USA

New Orleans, LA

9:00 pm

ESPN

Mon, Dec 23

Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl

AAC/C-USA

Tampa, FL

2:30 pm

ESPN

Tue, Dec 24

SoFi Hawai’i Bowl

BYU/MW or AAC

Honolulu, HI

8:00 pm

ESPN

Thu, Dec 26

Walk-On’s Independence Bowl

SEC/ACC

Shreveport, LA

4:00 pm

ESPN

Quick Lane Bowl

Big Ten/ACC

Detroit, MI

8:00 pm

ESPN

Fri Dec 27

Military Bowl Presented By Northrop Grumman ACC/AAC

Annapolis, MD

12 noon

ESPN

New Era Pinstripe Bowl

Bronx, NY

3:20 pm

ESPN

Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl Big 12/SEC

Houston, TX

6:45 pm

ESPN

SDCCU Holiday Bowl

Pac-12/Big Ten

San Diego, CA

8:00 pm

FS1

Cheez-It Bowl

Big 12/Pac-12

Phoenix, AZ

10:15 pm

ESPN

Sat Dec 28

Camping World Bowl

ACC/Big 12

Orlando, FL

12 noon

ABC

Goodyear CottonBowl Classic

New Year’s Six

Arlington, TX

12 noon

ESPN

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

CFP Semifinal

Atlanta, GA

4 or 8 pm

ESPN

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl

CFP Semifinal

Glendale, AZ

4 or 8 pm

ESPN

Mon Dec 30

SERVPRO First Responder Bowl

Big 12/C-USA

Dallas, TX

12:30 pm

ESPN

Redbox Bowl

Pac-12/Big Ten

Santa Clara, CA

4:00 pm

FOX

Franklin American Music City Bowl

SEC/ACC or Big Ten

Nashville, TN

4:00 pm

ESPN

Capital One Orange Bowl

New Year’s Six

Miami Gardens, FL

8:00 pm

ESPN

Tue Dec 31

Belk Bowl

ACC/SEC

Charlotte, NC

12 noon

ESPN

Hyundai Sun Bowl

Pac-12/ACC

El Paso, TX

2:00 p.m.

CBS

AutoZone Liberty Bowl

Big 12/SEC

Memphis, TN

3:45 pm

ESPN

Arizona Bowl

MW/Sun Belt

Tucson, AZ

4:30 pm

CBSSN

Valero Alamo Bowl

Big 12/Pac-12

San Antonio, TX

7:30 pm

ESPN

Wed Jan 1

Citrus Bowl

SEC/Big Ten or ACC

Orlando, FL

1:00 pm

ABC

Outback Bowl

Big Ten/SEC

Tampa, FL

1:00 pm

ESPN

Rose Bowl Game Presented By Northwestern Mutual Big Ten/Pac-12

Pasadena, CA

5:00 pm

ESPN

Allstate Sugar Bowl

Big 12/SEC

New Orleans, LA

8:45 pm

ESPN

Thu Jan 2

Birmingham Bowl

SEC/AAC

Birmingham, AL

3:00 pm

ESPN

Tax Slayer Gator Bowl

SEC/ACC/Big Ten

Jacksonville, FL

7:00 pm

ESPN

Fri Jan 3

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

MAC/MW

Boise, ID

3:30 pm

ESPN

Sat Jan 4

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl MW/Big 10

Dallas, TX

11:30 am

ESPN

Mon Jan 6

Mobile AL Bowl

Mobile, AL

7:30 pm

ESPN

Mon Jan 13

CFP National Championship

New Orleans, LA

8:00 pm

ESPN

Big Ten/ACC

Sun Belt/MAC

J A Y H A W K

LOCATION

MAC/C-USA

C H A L K

TEAMS

Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl

R O C K

BOWL

Fri Dec 20

OPPONENTS

DATE


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BIG 12 CONFERENCE The Big 12 is nearing its silver anniversary as it begins its 24th year in 2019-20 as one of the nation’s premier athletic conferences under the direction of eighth-year commissioner Bob Bowlsby. TCU and West Virginia joined the league on July 1, 2012 and became the Big 12’s first additions since inception, joining Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech. With 10 members, the Big 12 remains as the only autonomy conference to determine its champions in all sports directly on the field of play with a full round-robin schedule. The Conference’s hard work ethic and strong values have translated to enormous success in its first 22 years. Since it began competition in 1996-97, the league can boast of 63 NCAA team titles and 664 individual national championships. The Big 12 has been at the forefront in college athletics reform, specifically with student-athlete welfare issues to include cost of attendance, student-athlete time demands and strengthening its policy for concussion diagnosis and management. In 2014-15, the Big 12 introduced and hosted three “State of Collegiate Athletics” forums to examine the issues facing college athletics. Two were conducted in Washington, D.C and one in New York City. Panelists included respected authorities from intercollegiate athletics, university leadership and sports journalism. The third forum featured a special session comprised of student-athletes. The Big 12 has continued the “State of Collegiate Athletics” forums the past five seasons with Dallas serving as the host site for three events and one staged in Atlanta. The award-winning Big 12 Champions for Life, an initiative of the Conference, begins its fifth year in 2019-20. It features student-athletes, selected by league institutions, in a series of public service announcements highlighting the positive impact an athletics scholarship has had on their lives leading to stories of personal growth and success. The Big 12 was the only conference to place a team in the Final Four and CFP semifinals in both 2017-18 and 2018-19. Texas Tech played in the 2019 national championship game while Kansas competed in the 2018 Final Four. Oklahoma was in the CFP semifinals in both seasons. Additionally, the Big 12 was the lone conference that had teams play in the 2019 men’s (Texas Tech) and women’s (Baylor) Final Fours, and the NIT (Texas, TCU) and WNIT (TCU) semifinals. Baylor won the women’s basketball national title while Texas was the NIT champion. The Big 12 also claimed both of the

Associated Press basketball coaches of the year as Kim Mulkey (Baylor) captured the women’s award while Chris Beard (Texas Tech) picked up the men’s honor. In addition to Baylor’s women’s basketball crown, national championships were won by Texas Tech men’s outdoor track & field, Texas men’s tennis and Oklahoma women’s gymnastics while Iowa State claimed the National Invitation Volleyball Tournament. NCAA runner-up finishes besides Texas Tech men’s basketball included UT men’s swimming & diving and men’s golf along with OU softball. The Big 12 placed 70% of its teams in 2018 bowl games highlighted by No. 2 Oklahoma competing in the CFP Semifinal at the Orange Bowl and a Texas win over No. 5 Georgia in the Sugar Bowl. The Big 12 has made eight appearances in a CFP News Year’s Bowl in the five years of the structure, including OU and UT in 2018. The Sooners made their second-straight CFP semifinal appearance and third in four years. Additionally, the Big 12 added its seventh Heisman Trophy winner since 1996 when Kyler Murray (Oklahoma) took home the award, following former Sooner QB Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma) in 2017. The Conference has had a finalist in 15 of its seasons for a total of 20 with two finalists in five seasons. Thirty-nine major individual awards have been won by Big 12 student-athletes in football over the past nine campaigns. Overall, more than 4,800 student-athletes have earned All-America recognition. The Big 12 and its member institutions are committed to a competitive environment where sportsmanship and fair play take center stage. Whether on the field, in the classroom, or within the community, the student-athletes, administrators, coaches and game officials of the Big 12 support the highest ideals in sportsmanship. National academic accolades have always been strong in the Big 12. Ty Darlington (Oklahoma) was the recipient of the 2015 William V. Campbell Trophy, known as the Academic Heisman. Jevon Carter (West Virginia) was presented the NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award in January 2019. It recognizes former student-athletes for their successes on the fields and courts, in the classroom and in the community. Since 1996, the Big 12 has a total of 12 honorees for this prestigious award. In the last eight seasons, 19 student-athletes were recipients of the NCAA Elite 90 Award with Baylor’s Lauren Cox (women’s basketball) and Colin Kober (men’s golf), Oklahoma State’s Sofia Blanco (women’s tennis), Texas’ Johnny Goodwin (men’s tennis) and

Texas Tech’s Davide Moretti (men’s basketball), picking up the most recent honors in 2017-18. The accolade showcases individuals who have reached the pinnacle of competition at the national championship level, while also achieving the highest academic standard among their peers. In its short history, the Big 12 has over 680 Academic All-America recipients, averaging about 30 each season. Big 12 student-athletes have shown commitment to their studies by earning numerous individual academic recognitions. Fourteen times in the past 15 years a league athlete has garnered the top academic honor for their respective sport, including Jevon Carter (West Virginia) for men’s basketball in 2017-18 and Bianca St. Georges (West Virginia) for soccer in 2018-19. Competitive excellence, scholarship and sportsmanship are all equal components of the Big 12 philosophy. All-Big 12 teams and Academic All-Big 12 squads are recognized for each sport at the end of their respective seasons. At the end of each academic year, the Conference honors its top male and female student-athletes with the Big 12 Athlete of the Year and Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year awards. Institutions can also nominate student-athletes for the prestigious Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarships. A total of 441 scholars have received over $3.3 million in postgraduate financial aid through the first 23 years of the program. The Big 12 sponsors 23 sports. Men’s squads include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and wrestling. Women’s teams are fielded in basketball, cross country, equestrian, golf, gymnastics, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis and volleyball. Big 12 institutions create a league that encompasses five states and nearly 38 million people. Nearly 5,000 student-athletes from across the United States and around the World compete annually in the sports sponsored by the Conference. The Conference currently conducts postseason championships for 21 of its 23 sports with the Football Championship Game returning in 2017 after a six-year absence. Each championship helps to determine teams and/or individuals that will represent the Conference in national postseason competition. The Conference office is headquartered in Irving, Texas.


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The award-winning Big 12 Champions for Life, another initiative of the Conference, will begin its fifth year in 2019-20. It features student-athletes, selected by Big 12 institutions, in a series of public service announcements highlighting the positive impact an athletics scholarship has had on their lives leading to stories of personal growth and success. In his tenure with the Conference, Bowlsby finalized one of the most lucrative television deals in college athletics and played a key role in the formation of the College Football Playoff that began in 2014-15, the first postseason playoff in

Bowlsby has led the Big 12 Conference to record revenue amounts during his tenure. This is in addition to monies received directly by each institution for its third-tier media rights. Prior to his role at the Big 12, Bowlsby spent six years directing a Stanford University athletics department that sponsors 35 varsity sports and claimed an unprecedented 17 consecutive Learfield Sports Directors Cups, emblematic of the top overall athletics program in the country. Bowlsby arrived at Stanford after a 15-year stint as the Director of Athletics for the University of Iowa. In his final four years, he guided and supervised the merger of the Hawkeye men’s and women’s athletic departments that included 24 varsity sports.

Before his stint overseeing the Hawkeye athletic department he served in the same role for seven years at the University of Northern Iowa. A native of Waterloo, Iowa, Bowlsby was named to that post in 1984. He was previously in the role of Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities at the school. Bowlsby earned his bachelor’s degree from Minnesota State University (Moorhead) in 1975 and his master’s degree from the University of Iowa in 1978. In February 2013, he was named to the NCAA 40th Anniversary Tribute Team, which recognized the 40th anniversary of NCAA Division II competition. He was a four-year letterwinner in wrestling at MSUM and served as captain during his senior year when he won a NSIC title, and in 2013 he received the Alumni Achievement Award. Bowlsby was inducted into the Dragon Sports Hall of Fame in 1998 and the University of Northern Iowa Hall of Fame in 2007. He also serves on the National Advisory Board of the Positive Coaching Alliance and the Board of the National Football Foundation. Born on January 10, 1952, Bowlsby has been married to his wife, Candice, for over 42 years. They have four children and seven grandchildren.

Throughout his career, Bowlsby has emerged as a national leader in intercollegiate and amateur athletics. He was appointed to the United States Olympic Committee Board of Directors in 2007

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In 2014-15, the Big 12 introduced “State of Collegiate Athletics” forums to examine the issues facing college athletics. Seven events have been conducted in four different cities across the nation – New York City, Washington DC (2), Dallas (3) and Atlanta – with panelists including respected authorities from intercollegiate athletics, university leadership, student-athletes, media members, activists and government.

The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) named Bowlsby in 2001-02 as Central Region Athletic Director of the Year and Sports Business Journal selected him from the four regional award winners as the National Athletics Director of the Year. The award highlights the efforts of the athletic directors for their commitment and positive contributions to campuses and their surrounding communities.

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Bowlsby has been at the forefront of change in collegiate athletics and was appointed to the inaugural NCAA Division I Council in 2015. The Division I governance body establishes and revises new governance rules that will oversee and guide all of college sports. He also served as chair of the Football Oversight Committee which oversees all aspects of collegiate football and reports directly to the NCAA Division I Council. Most recently he was appointed to the NCAA Presidential Task Force on Federal and State Legislative Issues.

The Big 12 was the only conference to place a team in the Final Four and CFP semifinals in both 2017-18 and 2018-19. Texas Tech played in the 2019 national championship game while Kansas competed in the 2018 Final Four. Oklahoma was in the CFP semifinals in both seasons. Additionally, the Big 12 was the lone conference that had teams play in the 2019 men’s (Texas Tech) and women’s (Baylor) Final Fours, and the NIT (Texas, TCU) and WNIT (TCU) semifinals. Baylor won the women’s basketball national title while Texas was the NIT champion. The Big 12 also claimed both of the Associated Press basketball coaches of the year as Kim Mulkey (Baylor) captured the women’s award while Chris Beard (Texas Tech) picked up the men’s honor.

Bowlsby has previously served as president of the NCAA Division I-A Athletics Directors’ Association, chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee (2003-04, ’04-05) and chaired the NCAA Management Council. In addition, he has also chaired the NCAA Wrestling Committee, served on NCAA committees on Financial Aid and Amateurism, the Special Committee to Review Amateurism Issues and the Special Committee to Review Financial Conditions in Athletics.

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Bob Bowlsby, one of the most respected athletic administrators in the nation, was named the Commissioner of the Big 12 Conference on May 4, 2012. The hire was praised throughout college athletics circles as yet another step in the continuing strength and stability of the Big 12.

In his first seven years, Bowlsby has seen 19 national championships added to the Big 12 trophy case and 143 NCAA individual event crowns. Twenty-one additional Conference squads finished as runner-up in NCAA competition. Eight teams have competed in College Football Playoff New Year’s Bowls in the five years of the structure with Oklahoma making the Conference’s first appearance in the CFP semifinals in 2015 and repeat showings in 2017 and 2018. The Big 12 is home of the last two Heisman Trophy winners with the selection of Oklahoma quarterbacks Baker Mayfield in 2017 and Kyler Murray in 2018.

and completed that term at the 2014 Winter Olympiad in Sochi, Russia. In 2002, President George W. Bush chose Bowlsby to be a member of the Commission on Opportunities in Athletics, which reviewed the first 30 years of Title IX.

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the history of the sport. He also negotiated a partnership with the Southeastern Conference in which both leagues’ champions will meet each year in the Allstate Sugar Bowl in addition to confirming the league’s other bowl partnerships, giving the Big 12 some of the premier postseason destinations in college football. Additionally, under his leadership, the Big 12 Football Championship Game was reinstated beginning with the 2017 season.


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RESULTS DATE OPPONENT Sept 1 NICHOLLS Sept 8 at Central Michigan Sept 15 RUTGERS Sept 22 * at Baylor Sept 29 * OKLAHOMA STATE Oct 6 * at West Virginia Oct 20 * at Texas Tech Oct 27 * TCU Nov 3 * IOWA STATE Nov 10 * at Kansas State Nov 17 * at Oklahoma Nov 23 * TEXAS *Big 12 Conference Game

SCORE 23-26 (OT) 31-7 55-14 7-26 28-48 22-38 16-48 27-26 3-27 17-21 40-55 17-24

RESULT ATTEND L 24,305 W 18,127 W 28,044 L 36,725 L 18,364 L 57,419 L 54,402 W 15,069 L 15,543 L 50,062 L 86,371 L 15,219

TEAM STATISTICS

SCORING Points Per Game Points Off Turnovers FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS

KU OPP. 286 360 23.8 30 76 16 215 263 86 118 111 128 18 17 1903 2061 2313 2406 410 345 423 468 4.5 4.4 158.6 171.8 14 21 2307 2961 229-392-4 234-361-16 5.9 8.2 10.1 12.7 192.2 246.8 18 23 4210 5022 815 829 5.2 6.1 350.8 418.5 23-451 22-454 15-74 19-121 16-304 Apr-84 19.6 20.6 4.9 6.4 19 21 17-7 19-11 78-669 72-664 55.8 55.3 72-3051 52-2129 42.4 40.9 38.8 38.8 53-3035 71-4227 57.3 59.5 38.8 40.9 29:47 30:13 70/179 72/158 39% 46% 19-Jul 9-Apr 37% 44% 21-160 30-221 0 81 35 46 17-Dec 13-15 5-Feb 0-0 (21-28) 75% (38-48) 79% (15-28) 54% (30-48) 63% (30-30) 100% (43-45) 96%

Williams, Pooka Herbert, Khalil Williams, Dom Thompson, Deron Kendrick, Miles Stanley, Carter Sims, Steven Randall, Reese Malbrough, Ryan Schadler, Ryan Johnson, Kerr TEAM Bender, Peyton Total Opponents

GP ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LONG AVG/G 11 161 1184 59 1125 7 7 72 102.3 12 113 530 31 499 4.4 5 59 41.6 11 55 232 1 231 4.2 0 23 21 3 7 102 0 102 14.6 1 55 34 4 16 70 23 47 2.9 1 13 11.8 7 21 88 50 38 1.8 0 20 5.4 12 2 29 0 29 14.5 0 23 2.4 7 2 11 0 11 5.5 0 7 1.6 1 3 10 0 10 3.3 0 5 10 12 1 8 0 8 8 0 8 0.7 10 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0.1 7 6 0 42 -42 -7 0 0 -6 11 35 48 204 -156 -4.5 0 15 -14.2 12 423 2313 410 1903 4.5 14 72 158.6 12 468 2406 345 2061 4.4 21 75 171.8

PASSING Bender, Peyton Stanley, Carter Kendrick, Miles Williams, Pooka TEAM Herbert, Khalil Sims, Steven Total Opponents

G EFFIC CMP-ATT-INT PCT YDS TD LNG AVG/G 11 118.07 183-321-3 57 1894 13 65 172.2 7 143.48 34-47-1 72.3 304 3 31 43.4 4 119.47 11-19-0 57.9 100 1 25 25 11 252.8 1-2-0 50 9 1 9 0.8 7 0 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 0 12 120.97 229-392-4 58.4 2307 18 65 192.2 12 145.88 234-361-16 64.8 2961 23 83 246.8

RECEIVING Sims, Steven Williams, Pooka Booker, Jeremiah Johnson, Kerr Robinson, Stephon Charlot, Daylon Lassiter, Kwamie Herbert, Khalil Hampton, Quan Williams, Takulve Saunders, Mavin Humphrey, Caperton Fairs, Evan Thompson, Deron Williams, Dom Total Opponents

G NO 12 53 11 33 11 31 10 30 12 28 10 12 11 12 12 9 4 5 10 5 9 4 12 3 4 2 3 1 11 1 12 229 12 234

YDS AVG TD LONG AVG/G 535 10.1 4 65 44.6 289 8.8 2 28 26.3 344 11.1 5 35 31.3 309 10.3 2 31 30.9 330 11.8 1 34 27.5 178 14.8 2 44 17.8 87 7.2 1 20 7.9 39 4.3 0 14 3.2 59 11.8 0 24 14.8 39 7.8 0 15 3.9 32 8 1 18 3.6 29 9.7 0 15 2.4 28 14 0 20 7 5 5 0 5 1.7 4 4 0 4 0.4 2307 10.1 18 65 192.2 2961 12.7 23 83 246.8

TOTAL OFFENSE Bender, Peyton Williams, Pooka Herbert, Khalil Stanley, Carter Williams, Dom Kendrick, Miles Thompson, Deron Sims, Steven Randall, Reese Malbrough, Ryan Schadler, Ryan Johnson, Kerr TEAM Total Opponents

G PLAYS RUSH PASS TOTAL AVG/G 11 356 -156 1894 1738 158 11 163 1125 9 1134 103.1 12 114 499 0 499 41.6 7 68 38 304 342 48.9 11 55 231 0 231 21 4 35 47 100 147 36.8 3 7 102 0 102 34 12 3 29 0 29 2.4 7 2 11 0 11 1.6 1 3 10 0 10 10 12 1 8 0 8 0.7 10 1 1 0 1 0.1 7 7 -42 0 -42 -6 12 815 1903 2307 4210 350.8 12 829 2061 2961 5022 418.5


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NO YDS AVG TD LONG 11 246 22.4 0 39 8 155 19.4 0 31 2 16 8 0 15 1 10 10 0 10 1 24 24 0 24 23 451 19.6 0 39 22 454 20.6 0 42

FUMBLE RETURNS Defense, Hasan Total Opponents

NO YDS AVG TD LONG 14 79 5.6 0 21 1 -5 -5 0 0 15 74 4.9 0 21 19 121 6.4 1 34

INTERCEPTIONS Defense, Hasan Taylor, Shakial Thomas, Ricky Stevens-McKenzie, Najee Torneden, Bryce Loneker, Keith Dineen, Joe Harris, Corione Ferguson, Davon Hempstead, Elmore Lee, Mike McCullough, Jeremiah Total Opponents

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NO. YDS AVG LONG TB FC I20 50+ 69 2986 43.3 76 7 15 26 17 2 65 32.5 33 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 3051 42.4 76 7 16 28 17 52 2129 40.9 61 2 13 17 6

KICKOFFS Jones, Liam Rui, Gabriel Total Opponents

NO. YDS AVG TB OB RETN NET YDLN 49 2809 57.3 20 1 4 226 56.5 1 0 53 3035 57.3 21 1 454 38.8 26 71 4227 59.5 35 5 451 40.9 24

ALL PURPOSE NO YDS AVG TD LONG 1 7 7 0 7 1 7 7 0 7 1 11 11 1 11

PUNT RETURNS Lassiter, Kwamie Sims, Steven Total Opponents

FIELD GOALS

NO YDS AVG TD LONG 3 125 41.7 0 60 3 68 22.7 1 55 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 0 4 1 39 39 1 39 1 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 12 12 0 12 1 21 21 0 21 1 31 31 1 31 1 1 1 0 1 16 304 19 3 60 4 84 21 0 65

G RUSH REC PR KOR IR TOT AVG/G Williams, Pooka 11 1125 289 0 246 0 1660 150.9 Sims, Steven 12 29 535 -5 155 0 714 59.5 Herbert, Khalil 12 499 39 0 16 0 554 46.2 Booker, Jeremiah 11 0 344 0 0 0 344 31.3 Robinson, Stephon 12 0 330 0 0 0 330 27.5 Johnson, Kerr 10 1 309 0 0 0 310 31 Williams, Dom 11 231 4 0 0 0 235 21.4 Charlot, Daylon 10 0 178 0 0 0 178 17.8 Lassiter, Kwamie 11 0 87 79 0 0 166 15.1 Defense, Hasan 12 0 0 0 0 125 125 10.4 Thompson, Deron 3 102 5 0 0 0 107 35.7 Taylor, Shakial 12 0 0 0 0 68 68 5.7 Hampton, Quan 4 0 59 0 0 0 59 14.8 Kendrick, Miles 4 47 0 0 0 0 47 11.8 Williams, Takulve 10 0 39 0 0 0 39 3.9 Torneden, Bryce 12 0 0 0 0 39 39 3.2 Stanley, Carter 7 38 0 0 0 0 38 5.4 Schadler, Ryan 12 8 0 0 24 0 32 2.7 Saunders, Mavin 9 0 32 0 0 0 32 3.6 Lee, Mike 11 0 0 0 0 31 31 2.8 Humphrey, Caperton 12 0 29 0 0 0 29 2.4 Fairs, Evan 4 0 28 0 0 0 28 7 Hempstead, Elmore 9 0 0 0 0 21 21 2.3 Ferguson, Davon 4 0 0 0 0 12 12 3 Randall, Reese 7 11 0 0 0 0 11 1.6 Malbrough, Ryan 1 10 0 0 0 0 10 10 Hall, Hudson 8 0 0 0 10 0 10 1.2 Stevens-McKenzie, Najee 11 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.4 Loneker, Keith 12 0 0 0 0 2 2 0.2 Dineen, Joe 12 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.1 McCullough, Jeremiah 10 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.1 TEAM 7 -42 0 0 0 0 -42 -6 Bender, Peyton 11 -156 0 0 0 0 -156 -14.2 Total 12 1903 2307 74 451 304 5039 419.9 Opponents 12 2061 2961 121 454 84 5681 473.4

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Williams, Pooka Sims, Steven Herbert, Khalil Hall, Hudson Schadler, Ryan Total Opponents

KANSAS OPPONENTS Nicholls (54),(41) (28),(43) Central Michigan 39,(36) Rutgers (49),36,27,(34) Baylor 48 (45),(27) Oklahoma State 52 (33),(29) West Virginia - -49 Texas Tech -20 (48),(47) TCU (34),(27) -31 Iowa State -47 (47),(23),49 Kansas State -21 53 Oklahoma -45 Texas -45 -34 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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PTS 64 54 32 30 24 12 12 8 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 2 2 0 0 0 286 360

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|---------- PATS ---------| TD FGs KICK RUSH RCV PASS DXP SAF Rui, Gabriel 0 12-17 28-28 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Williams, Pooka 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Herbert, Khalil 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 Booker, Jeremiah 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Sims, Steven 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 Johnson, Kerr 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Charlot, Daylon 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Lassiter, Kwamie 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 Saunders, Mavin 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 Thompson, Deron 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Torneden, Bryce 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Lee, Mike 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Taylor, Shakial 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Kendrick, Miles 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Robinson, Stephon 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Jones, Liam 0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Humphrey, Caperton 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 Stanley, Carter 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 Bender, Peyton 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2-3 0 0 Harris, Corione 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Total 35 12-17 30-30 0-0 4 4-5 0 1 Opponents 46 13-15 43-45 0-0 0 0-0 0 1

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SACKS PASS DEF FUMBLES BLOCKED GP-GS SOLO AST TOTAL TFL/YDS NO-YARDS INT-YDS BRUP QBH RCV-YDS FF KICK SAF 29 Dineen, Joe 12 108 39 147 11.0-42 3.0-27 1-1 2 3 2-0 . . . 1 Torneden, Bryce 12 57 34 91 5.5-29 2.0-19 1-39 . 2 2-0 . . . 47 Loneker, Keith 12 42 27 69 6.0-16 1.0-7 1-2 3 2 . . . . 1L Lee, Mike 11 49 19 68 . . 1-31 . 1 1-0 3 . . 13 Defense, Hasan 12 31 12 43 2.0-5 . 3-125 7 . 1-7 . . . 2 Harris, Corione 12 33 10 43 1.0-1 . 1-0 6 . . 1 . . 96 Wise, Daniel 12 26 8 34 12.5-47 5.0-35 . . 5 . . . . 8T Taylor, Shakial 12 28 5 33 1.0-1 . 3-68 2 . . 1 . . 58 Lipscomb, Brian 12 21 6 27 6.0-26 3.0-18 . 1 . . 1 . . 98 Simmons, KeyShaun 12 13 13 26 1.5-4 0.5-3 . . 1 1-0 . . . 12 McCullough, Jeremiah 10 14 9 23 . . 1-1 . . . . . . 5K Kamara, Azur 12 12 4 16 5.0-30 1.0-16 . 1 1 . 1 . . 15 Johnson, Kyron 12 10 6 16 4.0-25 2.0-14 . 2 . 1-0 2 . . 24 Thomas, Ricky 8 10 1 11 1.0-2 . 1-0 . . . . . . 6H Holani, Isi 12 7 4 11 2.0-10 2.0-10 . . 1 . . . . 23 Hempstead, Elmore 9 8 3 11 . . 1-21 2 . . . . . 8J Holmes, J.J. 12 4 5 9 1.5-6 . . . . 1-0 . . . 27 Ford, DeAnte 11 7 2 9 1.0-3 . . 1 . . 1 . . 31 Ogbebor, Osaze 12 4 5 9 1.0-5 0.5-4 . . . . 1 . . 18 Feaster, Denzel 12 6 2 8 1.0-2 . . . . 1-0 . . . 94 Cole, Codey 12 4 4 8 2.0-9 1.0-7 . . 1 . . . . 20 Moore, Emmanuel 12 6 1 7 . . . . . . 1 . . 97 Moragne, Darrius 12 5 1 6 1.0-3 . . . . . . . . 4 Patrick, Tyler 12 6 . 6 . . . . . . . . . 7F Ferguson, Davon 4 5 1 6 . . 1-12 . . . . . . 90 Brown, Jelani 12 5 1 6 . . . . . . . . . 40 Prox, Dru 12 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . . 22 Miller, Tyrone 12 3 1 4 . . . 1 . . . . . 44 McCaleb, Willie 8 3 . 3 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 16 Mayberry, Kyle 3 2 1 3 . . . 1 . . . . . 17 Jones, Elijah 3 2 . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . 46 Jones, Liam 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 37 Harvey, Drew 5 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 85 Nachbar, Zach 3 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 4R Richmond, Shaquille 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 43 Dineen, Jay 8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 33 Schadler, Ryan 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 14 Johnson, Kerr 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 9M Stevens-McKenzie, Najee 11 . 1 1 . . 1-4 . . . . . . 53 Fontana, Alex 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 77 Tovi, Andru 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 75 Frazier, Antione 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 2T Topps, Robert 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM 7 . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 5 Robinson, Stephon 12 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . Total 12 546 228 774 66-266 21-160 16-304 30 17 11-7 12 2 1 Opponents 12 536 176 712 79.0-346 30-221 4-84 44 18 7-11 9 3 1


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FIRST DOWNS RU PA PN TOT 12 4 1 17 5 8 1 14 10 8 2 20 5 7 0 12 7 6 1 14 12 9 1 22 14 5 4 14 10 10 2 22 14 10 1 25 5 11 2 18 5 9 2 16 15 14 0 29 6 9 1 16 7 21 2 30 7 17 3 27 4 12 1 17 9 10 1 20 8 11 1 20 4 13 2 19 8 7 2 17 17 8 0 25 14 15 2 31 10 7 2 19 5 8 1 14

RUSHING PASSING ATT YDS TD C-A-I YDS TD 50 187 3 12-24-0 142 0 32 56 0 21-38-0 199 2 45 216 2 18-27-0 145 1 28 103 0 18-32-4 177 1 33 150 1 14-31-3 124 0 49 405 4 14-24-0 139 1 28 122 0 16-27-0 149 1 39 190 0 20-29-0 257 3 46 256 2 15-20-1 312 4 32 121 1 24-32-0 247 3 26 80 1 21-34-2 206 2 39 177 1 28-41-3 332 4 29 98 0 18-41-1 221 2 35 112 3 39-49-1 441 3 39 153 2 23-33-1 351 1 38 58 1 19-29-0 249 2 38 121 0 17-24-0 273 3 40 147 0 19-43-0 185 0 35 115 0 21-34-0 232 2 40 175 3 11-18-0 126 0 36 348 4 20-28-0 176 1 40 294 5 21-32-1 272 2 41 143 1 16-28-2 154 2 33 137 1 18-35-1 159 1

TOTAL OFFENSE ATT YDS 74 329 70 255 72 361 60 280 64 274 73 544 55 271 68 447 66 568 64 368 60 286 80 509 70 319 84 553 72 504 67 307 62 394 83 332 69 347 58 301 64 524 72 566 69 297 68 296

PUNTING FUMBLES NO-AVG NO-LOST 7-34.9 2-1 9-45.3 4-1 9-39.6 0-0 8-39.5 2-1 7-40.6 3-3 4-40.5 1-0 7-47.6 0-0 5-45.6 1-0 4-46.2 0-0 6-41.0 1-1 4-46.8 2-1 2-38.0 3-1 9-42.2 2-1 3-45.3 4-2 2-40.0 1-1 4-44.0 0-0 5-39.0 0-0 5-45.8 3-1 5-36.2 3-2 4-45.5 0-0 3-25.0 0-0 0-0.0 1-1 5-40.6 2-0 7-45.4 1-0

PENALTY NO-YDS 6-35 7-54 7-55 6-52 5-60 7-67 7-55 13-141 8-92 4-43 6-45 7-50 6-62 7-50 5-57 8-59 2-12 3-25 8-53 7-55 6-53 2-25 4-35 9-98

THIRD DOWNS 10-20 6-17 5-16 2-12 5-14 6-15 4-13 7-14 4-11 3-13 5-11 6-12 4-15 8-14 8-12 10-17 4-13 7-17 5-15 3-11 6-12 9-10 6-15 9-18

TOTAL TOP 31:28 28:32 36:16 23:44 25:43 34:17 24:55 35:05 31:20 28:40 25:49 34:11 28:27 31:33 29:22 30:38 28:40 31:20 33:11 26:49 30:12 29:48 34:49 25:11

GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STARTERS

Nicholls

WR

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

TE/FB WR/FB/TE WR

QB

RB/WR

Adeniji

Tovi

Fontana

Wallace

Feder

Saunders

Booker

Ke. Johnson Jr.

Bender

Herbert

at Central Michigan Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Tovi

Wallace

Feder

Humphrey

Robinson Jr.

Hampton

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

Rutgers

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Tovi

Wallace

Feder

Humphrey

Booker

Robinson

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

at Baylor

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Tovi

Wallace

Feder

Booker

Robinson Jr.

Ke. Johnson Jr.

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

Oklahoma State

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Wallace

Feder

Booker

Robinson Jr.

Ke. Johnson Jr.

Stanley

P. Williams Jr.

at West Virginia

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Tovi

Feder

Humphrey

Robinson Jr.

Hall

Stanley

P. Williams Jr.

at Texas Tech

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Wallace

Feder

Booker

Robinson Jr.

Ke. Johnson Jr.

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

TCU

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Tovi

Feder

Booker

Robinson Jr.

Lassiter

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

Iowa State

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Wallace

Feder

Saunders

Robinson Jr.

Lassiter

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

at Kansas State

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Wallace

Feder

Booker

Robinson Jr.

Lassiter

Bender

Herbert

at Oklahoma

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Wallace

Feder

Booker

Robinson Jr.

Ke. Johnson Jr.

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

Texas

Sims Jr.

Adeniji

Clark

Fontana

Wallace

Feder

Luavasa

Saunders

Booker

Bender

P. Williams Jr.

GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STARTERS Nicholls

DE T/DE T DE/LB LB LB NB CB S S CB Simmons

Wise

Holmes

Ky. Johnson

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Defense

Lee

Thomas

Taylor

at Central Michigan Simmons

Wise

Holmes

Ky. Johnson

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Thomas

Taylor

Rutgers

Kamara

Wise

Holmes

Ky. Johnson

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Thomas

Taylor

at Baylor

Kamara

Wise

Holani

Ky. Johnson

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Defense

Taylor

Oklahoma State

Moragne

Wise

Simmons

Ky. Johnson

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Defense

Taylor

at West Virginia

Simmons

Wise

Holmes

Lipscomb

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

McCullough

Defense

Taylor

at Texas Tech

Simmons

Wise

Holmes

Lipscomb

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Defense

Taylor

TCU

Kamara

Wise

Holani

Ky. Johnson

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

McCullough

Defense

Taylor

Iowa State

Lipscomb

Wise

Simmons

Ky. Johnson

Dineen Jr.

Feaster

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Defense

Taylor

at Kansas State

Simmons

Wise

Holmes

Lipscomb

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Defense

Taylor

at Oklahoma

Simmons

Wise

Holmes

Lipscomb

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Defense

Taylor

Texas

Simmons

Wise

Holmes

Lipscomb

Dineen Jr.

Loneker Jr.

Torneden

Harris

Lee

Defense

Taylor

J A Y H A W K

Sims Jr.

C H A L K

SCORE BY QUARTER 1 2 3 4(OT) 7 3 7 3(6) 7 3 0 10(3) 0 7 14 10 0 0 7 0 7 7 0 0 17 14 10 14 0 0 7 0 7 16 3 0 14 10 10 14 0 7 7 14 7 0 7 8 14 7 7 10 3 0 6 7 3 21 3 21 0 10 7 9 7 0 10 10 14 6 7 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 7 7 0 0 14 7 7 3 7 23 7 14 14 20 7 0 14 3 0 0 0 17

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FINAL GAME SCORE Nicholls 26 Kansas 23 Kansas 31 C. Michigan 7 Rutgers 14 Kansas 55 Kansas 7 Baylor 26 Oklahoma State 48 Kansas 28 Kansas 22 West Virginia 38 Kansas 16 Texas Tech 48 TCU 26 Kansas 27 Iowa State 27 Kansas 3 Kansas 17 Kansas State 21 Kansas 40 Oklahoma 55 Texas 24 Kansas 17

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GAME-BY-GAME PASSING #7 BENDER, PEYTON ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD LONG SACK YDS EFFIC Nicholls 35 19 0 54.3 187 2 31 6 48 118 Central Michigan 26 17 0 65.4 130 1 31 1 11 120.1 Rutgers 11 7 0 63.6 68 0 22 0 0 115.6 Baylor 17 10 0 58.8 105 1 37 2 12 130.1 West Virginia 25 16 1 64 191 2 35 3 24 146.6 Texas Tech 41 18 1 43.9 221 2 44 3 30 100.4 TCU 29 19 0 65.5 249 2 34 2 17 160.4 Iowa State 41 19 0 46.3 185 0 34 1 7 84.2 Kansas State 34 21 0 61.8 232 2 65 2 14 138.5 Oklahoma 27 19 0 70.4 167 0 25 0 0 122.3 Texas 35 18 1 51.4 159 1 31 3 14 93.3 TOTALS 321 183 3 57 1894 13 65 23 177 118.1 #9 STANLEY, CARTER ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD LONG SACK YDS EFFIC Rutgers 1 1 0 100 5 0 5 0 0 142 Baylor 6 4 0 66.7 37 0 20 1 6 118.5 Oklahoma State 32 24 0 75 247 3 31 5 27 170.8 West Virginia 8 5 1 62.5 15 0 10 0 0 53.2 TOTALS 47 34 1 72.3 304 3 31 6 33 143.5 #8 MILES, KENDRICK ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD LONG SACK YDS EFFIC Nicholls 3 2 0 66.7 12 0 8 0 0 100.3 Central Michigan 1 1 0 100 15 0 15 0 0 226 Rutgers 11 6 0 54.5 66 1 25 0 0 134.9 Baylor 4 2 0 50 7 0 5 1 11 64.7 TOTALS 19 11 0 57.9 100 1 25 1 11 119.5 #1P WILLIAMS, POOKA ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD LONG SACK YDS EFFIC Rutgers 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oklahoma 1 1 0 100 9 1 9 0 0 505.6 TOTALS 2 1 0 50 9 1 9 0 0 252.8 #10 HERBERT, KHALIL Iowa State TOTALS

ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD LONG SACK YDS EFFIC 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#TM TEAM Iowa State TOTALS

ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD LONG SACK YDS EFFIC 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#11 SIMS, STEVEN West Virginia TOTALS

ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD LONG SACK YDS EFFIC 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING NO-YDS/TD NICH CMU RU BU OSU WVU TTU TCU ISU KSU OU UT Williams, Pooka 161-1125/7 DNP 14-125/2 19-163/1 14-89/0 13-97/1 12-65/0 16-81/0 11-33/0 17-58/0 14-59/0 15-252/2 16-103/1 Herbert, Khalil 113-499/5 12-61/0 9-29/0 2-64/1 2-6/0 3-0/0 6-46/1 8-39/0 21-38/1 21-91/0 10-53/0 15-64/2 4-8/0 Williams, Dom 55-231/0 6-35/0 10-32/0 9-39/0 2-2/0 2-2/0 DNP 2-8/0 1-5/0 1-5/0 8-34/0 4-32/0 10-37/0 Thompson, Deron 7-102/1 - 4-32/0 3-70/1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Kendrick, Miles 16-47/1 2-1/0 4-14/0 6-28/1 4-4/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Stanley, Carter 21-38/0 DNP - 3-26/0 3-27/0 13--1/0 2--14/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP - Sims, Steven 2-29/0 - - - 1-6/0 1-23/0 - - - - - - Randall, Reese 2-11/0 - DNP 2-11/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - Malbrough, Ryan 3-10/0 DNP DNP 3-10/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Schadler, Ryan 1-8/0 - - - - - 1-8/0 - - - - - Johnson, Kerr 1-1/0 - 1-1/0 - - - - - DNP DNP - - TEAM 6--42/0 2--26/0 2--6/0 1--6/0 DNP DNP 1--4/0 - DNP - DNP - DNP Bender, Peyton 35--156/0 10--15/0 1--11/0 1-0/0 2--12/0 DNP 4--21/0 3--30/0 5--18/0 1--7/0 3--31/0 2-0/0 3--11/0

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING NO-YDS/TD NICH CMU RU BU OSU WVU TTU TCU ISU KSU OU UT Sims, Steven 53-535/4 4-29/1 4-30/0 2-22/0 3-47/0 10-89/1 3-7/0 2-38/1 2-27/0 7-71/0 5-113/1 6-49/0 5-13/0 Booker, Jeremiah 31-344/5 3-19/0 DNP 3-32/1 3-25/1 1-22/1 4-63/0 3-18/0 3-49/0 - 4-35/1 5-58/1 2-23/0 Robinson, Stephon 28-330/1 4-43/0 - 1-16/0 3-39/0 - 4-36/0 2-31/1 4-59/0 4-52/0 2-12/0 1-10/0 3-32/0 Johnson, Kerr 30-309/2 3-54/1 4-68/1 3-25/0 4-11/0 4-34/0 4-46/0 - DNP DNP 3-22/0 2-27/0 3-22/0 Williams, Pooka 33-289/2 DNP 1-8/0 - 1-5/0 6-60/0 3-16/0 3/26/0 7-102/2 6-42/0 2-0/0 3-18/0 1-12/0 Charlot, Daylon 12-178/2 - 1-8/0 - DNP - 1-18/1 4-67/0 - - 3-32/0 DNP 3-53/1 Lassiter, Kwamie 12-87/1 - 3-5/0 - - 1-20/1 1-2/0 4-41/0 1-8/0 1-5/0 1-6/0 DNP Hampton, Quan 5-59/0 1-24/0 2-11/0 DNP 1-2/0 1-22/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Williams, Takulve 5-39/0 DNP 1-10/0 1-11/0 DNP 1-0/0 - - 1-3/0 1-15/0 - - Herbert, Khalil 9-39/0 2-8/0 1-3/0 2-13/0 - - - - 1-1/0 - - 2-10/0 1-4/0 Saunders, Mavin 4-32/1 2-10/0 DNP - DNP DNP 1-18/1 - - - - 1-4/0 Humphrey, Caperton 3-29/0 - 1-2/0 1-15/0 - - - - - - 1-12/0 - Fairs, Evan 2-28/0 1-8/0 - - 1-20/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Thompson, Deron 1-5/0 - - 1-5/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Williams, Dom 1-4/0 1-4/0 - - - - DNP - - - - - -


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GAME-BY-GAME SACKS FOR LOSS UA-A TOT NICH CMU RU BU OSU WVU TTU TCU ISU KSU OU UT Wise, Daniel 5-0 5 - - - 1.0-8 - 2.0-13 - - 1.0-5 - - 1.0-9 Dineen, Joe 3-0 3 - - - - - 1.0-6 1.0-9 - - 1.0-12 - Lipscomb, Brian 3-0 3 - - - 1.0-4 - 1.0-5 - - - - - 1.0-9 Johnson, Kyron 2-0 2 1.0-7 - - - - 1.0-7 - - - - - Holani, Isi 2-0 2 - - - - - - - 1.0-7 - - 1.0-3 Torneden, Bryce 2-0 2 - - - - - - - - 1.0-14 1.0-5 - Cole, Codey 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - 1.0-7 - - Loneker, Keith 1-0 1 - 1.0-7 - - - - - - - - - Kamara, Azur 1-0 1 - - - - - - 1.0-16 - - - - Ogbebor, Osaze 0-1 0.5 - - - 0.5-4 - - - - - - - Simmons, KeyShaun 0-1 0.5 - - - 0.5-3 - - - - - - - -

J A Y H A W K

UA-A TOT NICH CMU RU BU OSU WVU TTU TCU ISU KSU OU UT Wise, Daniel 11-3 12.5 1.0-1 - 1.0-1 1.0-8 - 3.5-18 1.5-2 - 1.0-5 0.5-1 - 3.0-11 Dineen, Joe 10-2 11 - 0.5-1 - 2.0-3 1.0-1 1.0-6 2.0-10 1.0-4 - 2.5-16 - 1.0-1 Lipscomb, Brian 6-0 6 - - - 1.0-4 - 2.0-9 - 1.0-2 - - 1.0-2 1.0-9 Loneker, Keith 4-4 6 1.0-1 1.5-8 - - - - - 1.0-1 1.0-3 1.0-1 0.5-2 Torneden, Bryce 5-1 5.5 - 1.0-5 - 1.0-2 1.0-2 0.5-1 - - 1.0-14 1.0-5 - Kamara, Azur 4-2 5 - - 1.0-2 - - 1.0-4 2.0-19 - - 1.0-5 - Johnson, Kyron 4-0 4 1.0-7 - 1.0-1 - - 1.0-7 1.0-10 - - - - Holani, Isi 2-0 2 - - - - - - - 1.0-7 - - 1.0-3 Defense, Hasan 2-0 2 1.0-3 - - 1.0-2 - - - - - - - Cole, Codey 2-0 2 - - - - - - - - 1.0-7 - 1.0-2 Simmons, KeyShaun 1-1 1.5 - - 1.0-1 0.5-3 - - - - - - - Holmes, J.J. 1-1 1.5 - - - - - 0.5-2 - 1.0-4 - - - Feaster, Denzel 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - 1.0-2 - - Taylor, Shakial 1-0 1 - - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - Ogbebor, Osaze 0-2 1 - - - 0.5-4 - 0.5-1 - - - - - Harris, Corione 1-0 1 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - - - Ford, DeAnte 0-2 1 - - - - DNP - 0.5-1 - - - 0.5-2 Thomas, Ricky 1-0 1 - - - DNP DNP DNP - DNP 1.0-2 - - Moragne, Darrius 1-0 1 - - - - 1.0-3 - - - - - - -

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GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES FOR LOSS

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UA-A TOT NICH CMU RU BU OSU WVU TTU TCU ISU KSU OU UT Dineen, Joe 108-39 147 12-4 8-6 6-4 11-2 8-5 8-0 5-4 10-3 11-3 8-1 10-4 11-3 Torneden, Bryce 57-34 91 3-4 3-2 3-3 8-1 7-4 8-5 7-3 6-3 6-1 2-1 1-5 3-2 Loneker, Keith 42-26 68 7-2 5-4 1-5 5-3 4-0 2-0 4-5 2-0 2-0 4-3 2-3 4-1 Lee, Mike 49-19 68 2-2 3-0 4-0 5-2 4-1 DNP 7-2 3-2 5-2 9-1 5-4 2-3 Harris, Corione 33-10 43 1-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 4-0 4-0 7-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 1-2 3-2 Defense, Hasan 31-12 43 3-1 - - 5-3 1-2 5-2 3-1 5-0 3-0 1-1 3-1 2-1 Wise, Daniel 26-8 34 6-2 - 1-0 3-0 1-0 4-1 1-2 2-2 1-0 2-1 - 5-0 Taylor, Shakial 28-5 33 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-1 4-3 1-0 3-0 3-0 2-1 5-0 Lipscomb, Brian 21-6 27 2-0 3-2 0-1 1-0 - 2-0 0-2 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-1 3-0 Simmons, KeyShaun 13-13 26 2-0 0-1 1-2 0-1 3-2 2-0 1-3 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-0 McCullough, Jeremiah 14-9 23 - - 0-3 0-1 1-0 6-2 2-1 4-1 - DNP 1-1 DNP Kamara, Azur DE 12-4 16 - - 2-0 0-1 - 2-0 2-3 3-0 - 1-0 - 2-0 Johnson, Kyron 10-6 16 3-0 0-2 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 - - 1-0 Hempstead, Elmore 8-3 11 DNP - 1-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 - DNP DNP Thomas, Ricky 10-1 11 0-1 4-0 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 2-0 DNP 2-0 - 1-0 Holani, Isi 7-4 11 1-0 - 1-0 0-1 1-2 0-1 - 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 Ford, DeAnte 7-2 9 - 1-0 2-0 - DNP 2-0 0-1 - - - 2-1 Ogbebor, Osaze 4-5 9 - - 0-1 2-2 - 0-1 1-0 - 1-0 - 0-1 Holmes, J.J. 4-5 9 1-1 0-2 - - - 0-1 - 2-1 - 1-0 - Feaster, Denzel 6-2 8 - 1-1 0-1 1-0 - 1-0 - 2-0 1-0 - - Cole, Codey 4-4 8 - 0-1 - - 0-2 1-0 - - 1-0 - 1-1 1-0 Moore, Emmanuel 6-1 7 - 1-0 - 1-0 - - - 2-0 - 1-0 0-1 1-0 Patrick, Tyler 6-0 6 1-0 2-0 - - 1-0 - 2-0 - - - - Brown, Jelani 5-1 6 - - - - 2-1 - - - 1-0 1-0 1-0 Ferguson, Davon 5-1 6 - - 2-0 DNP DNP 3-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Moragne, Darrius 5-1 6 1-0 1-0 - - 1-1 - - - 1-0 - 1-0 Prox, Dru 3-1 4 - - 2-1 - - - - 1-0 - - - Miller, Tyrone 3-1 4 2-0 - - - 0-1 - 1-0 - - - - Mayberry, Kyle 2-1 3 - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-1 McCaleb, Willie 3-0 3 1-0 - 1-0 1-0 - DNP - - - DNP DNP DNP Harvey, Drew 1-1 2 - - 1-1 - DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Jones, Liam 2-0 2 - - - - - 1-0 - - - - 1-0 Jones, Elijah 2-0 2 DNP 1-0 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP Nachbar, Zach 2-0 2 DNP 2-0 - DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Schadler, Ryan 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1-0 Fontana, Alex 1-0 1 - - - - - 1-0 - - - - - Johnson, Kerr 1-0 1 - - - - - - - DNP DNP - - 1-0 Richmond, Shaquille 0-1 1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1 DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP Dineen, Jay 1-0 1 - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 - - - Topps, Robert 1-0 1 - - - - 1-0 - - - - - - Frazier, Antoine 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - 1-0 - - Tovi, Andru 1-0 1 - - - - - 1-0 - - - - - Stevens-McKenzie, Najee 0-1 1 - - 0-1 DNP - - - - - - - -


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SEASON SUPERLATIVES Kansas individuals Rushes 21 Yards Rushing 252 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush 72 Pass Attempts 41 Pass Completions 24 Yards Passing 249 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 65 Receptions 10 Yards Receiving 113 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 65 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 54 Punts 9 Punting Avg 47.6 Long Punt 76 Punts Inside 20 5 Long Punt Return 21 Long Kickoff Return 39 Tackles 16 Sacks 2 Tackles For Loss 3.5 Interceptions 2

Herbert, Khalil vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) Herbert, Khalil vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) Williams, Pooka at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) Williams, Pooka at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) Williams, Pooka at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) Herbert, Khalil at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) Williams, Pooka at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) Bender, Peyton at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Bender, Peyton vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) Stanley, Carter vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Bender, Peyton vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) Stanley, Carter vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Bender, Peyton at Kansas State (Nov 10, 2018) Sims, Steven vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Sims, Steven at Kansas State (Nov 10, 2018) Williams, Pooka vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) Sims, Steven at Kansas State (Nov 10, 2018) Rui, Gabriel vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) Rui, Gabriel vs Rutgers (Sep 15, 2018) Rui, Gabriel vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) Rui, Gabriel vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) Thompson, Kyle at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Thompson, Kyle at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) Thompson, Kyle vs Texas (Nov 23, 2018) Thompson, Kyle at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) Lassiter, Kwamie vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) Williams, Pooka at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) Dineen, Joe vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) Wise, Daniel at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) Wise, Daniel at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) Defense, Hasan at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018)

Kansas Team Rushes 49 Yards Rushing 405 Yards Per Rush 9.7 TD Rushes 4 Pass Attempts 43 Pass Completions 24 Yards Passing 249 Yards Per Pass 8.6 TD Passes 3 Total Plays 83 Total Offense 544 Yards Per Play 8.2 Points 55 Sacks By 5 First Downs 25 Penalties 9 Penalty Yards 98 Turnovers 3 Interceptions By 4 Punts 9 Punting Avg 47.6 Long Punt 76 Punts Inside 20 6 Long Punt Return 21

vs Rutgers (Sep 15, 2018) vs Rutgers (Sep 15, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) vs Rutgers (Sep 15, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) vs Rutgers (Sep 15, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) vs Rutgers (Sep 15, 2018) at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) vs Texas (Nov 23, 2018) vs Texas (Nov 23, 2018) at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) vs Texas (Nov 23, 2018) at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018)

Opponent Individuals Rushes 31 Yards Rushing 189 TD Rushes 3 Long Rush 75 Pass Attempts 46 Pass Completions 36 Yards Passing 408 TD Passes 4 Long Pass 83 Receptions 9 Yards Receiving 177 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 83 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 49 Punts 8 Punting Avg 54 Long Punt 61 Punts Inside 20 5 Long Punt Return 34 Long Kickoff Return 42 Tackles 13 Sacks 3 Tackles For Loss 5 Interceptions 1

Hill, Justice vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Hill, Justice vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Murray, Kyler at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) Murray, Kyler at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) Bowman, Alan at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Bowman, Alan at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Bowman, Alan at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Cornelius, Taylor vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Grier, Will at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) Purdy, Brock vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) Wesley, Antoine at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Reagor, Jalen vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) Johnson, Tyron vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Butler, Hakeem vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) Butler, Hakeem vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) Fonseca, Lorran vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) Martin, Connor at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) Ammendola, Matt vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Hatfield, Clayton at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Assalley, Connor vs Iowa State (Nov 03, 2018) Staley, Evan at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) Sheldon, Jack at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) David, Andrew vs TCU (Oct 27, 2018) Anctil, Devin at Kansas State (Nov 10, 2018) Galitz, Drew at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) Lamb, CeeDee at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) Bowman, De’Quan at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) Fountain, Malik at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) Brailford, Jordan vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Brailford, Jordan vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) Rose, Ezekiel at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) Bailey, Hakeem at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) Coleman, Douglas at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) McCulloch, Jeff vs Texas (Nov 23, 2018)

Opponent Team Rushes 50 Yards Rushing 294 Yards Per Rush 7.3 TD Rushes 5 Pass Attempts 49 Pass Completions 39 Yards Passing 441 Yards Per Pass 15.6 TD Passes 4 Total Plays 84 Total Offense 568 Yards Per Play 8.6 Points 55 Sacks By 6 First Downs 31 Penalties 13 Penalty Yards 141 Turnovers 6 Interceptions By 2 Punts 8 Punting Avg 46.2 Long Punt 61 Punts Inside 20 5 Long Punt Return 34

vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) at Texas Tech (Oct 20, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) vs Nicholls (Sep 01, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018) at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) vs Rutgers (Sep 15, 2018) at West Virginia (Oct 06, 2018) at Central Michigan (Sep 08, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Sep 29, 2018) at Kansas State (Nov 10, 2018) at Baylor (Sep 22, 2018) at Oklahoma (Nov 17, 2018)


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2 JAYHAWKS RUSH PAST CENTRAL MICHIGAN, 31-7 KANSAS (1-1) 31 CENTRAL MICHIGAN (0-2)

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DBK MEMORIAL STADIUM • LAWRENCE, KAN. • SEPT. 1, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 24,305

KELLY/SHORTS STADIUM • MOUNT PLEASANT, MICH. • SEPT. 8, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 18,127

It was the Colonels’ rushing presence that outdueled the Kansas passing game Saturday night at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. NSU finished the game with 187 yards on the ground and was led by junior running back Kendall Bussey, who tallied 123 yards and one touchdown.

Both offenses struggled to find an answer early on, but Kansas struck first with five minutes to go in the first half, igniting the Jayhawk offense as KU never relinquished the lead. The Kansas defense provided the energy the Jayhawks needed, creating six turnovers and holding the Chippewas to 103 total rushing yards throughout the game. Senior Joe Dineen Jr., led the team with 14 tackles, while also recording his first-career interception.

Kansas football’s fourth quarter comeback in the 2018 season opener was cut short by Nicholls in the final minutes of regulation as the Colonels forced overtime and scored the game-winning touchdown to down the Jayhawks, 27-23.

Kansas threw for 199 yards, with 187 coming from starting quarterback Peyton Bender. Bender threw for two touchdowns, including a 15-yard score to Kerr Johnson Jr., late in the fourth quarter to give KU a 20-17 lead. Johnson finished the night with 54 receiving yards and the score.

Offensively, Kansas dominated the game on the ground, utilizing true freshman Pooka Williams Jr., who rushed for 125 yards and two touchdowns in his collegiate debut. Senior quarterback Peyton Bender completed 17-of-26 passes for 130 yards and one touchdown. Kerr Johnson Jr., was on the receiving end of Bender’s 31-yard touchdown pass and led the Jayhawks with four receptions on 68 yards.

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Defensively, seniors Joe Dineen Jr., and Daniel Wise combined for 25 tackles; each tying their career-high marks for stops. Dineen recorded his 16th-career game with 10 or more stops after tallying 16 total tackles on the night.

With a combination of an explosive running game and hard-nosed defense, Kansas collected its first win of the 2018 season, beating Central Michigan, 31-7, on Saturday afternoon inside Kelly/Shorts Stadium.

2018 IN REVIEW

2018 GAME RECAPS

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FINAL STATISTICS NICHOLLS 7 3 7 3 6 26 KANSAS 7 3 0 10 3 23 QTR TIME SCORING PLAY NICHOLLS KU NICH 1st 10:29 Taylor, Dontrel 15 yd run 7 0 KU 03:34 Sims, Steven 2 yd pass from Bender, Peyton 7 7 KU 2nd 13:00 Rui, Gabriel 54 yd field goal 7 10 NICH 04:06 Fonseca, Lorran 28 yd field goal 10 10 NICH 3rd 03:50 Bussey, Kendall 40 yd run 17 10 KU 4th 13:17 Team 29 yd safety 17 12 KU 04:26 Johnson, Kerr 15 yd pass from Bender, Peyton 17 20 KU 00:47 Fonseca, Lorran 43 yd field goal 20 20 KU OT 15:00 Rui, Gabriel 41 yd field goal 20 23 NICH 15:00 Fourcade, Chase 4 yd run 26 23 TEAM STATS NICH KU INDIVIDUAL TOTALS FIRST DOWNS 17 14 RUSHING: NICH-Bussey, Kendall 28-123. RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 50-187 32-56 Kansas-Herbert, Khalil 12-61. PASSING YDS (NET) 142 199 PASSING: NICH-Fourcade, Chase 12-24-0-142. Passes Att-Comp-Int 12-24-0 21-38-0 Kansas-Bender, Peyton 19-35-0-187. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-329 70-255 RECEIVING: NICH-Jeanpiere, Dami 2-67. Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-1 4-1 Kansas-Johnosn, Kerr 3-54. Punt Returns-Yards 2-19 2-26 SACKS (UA-A): NICH-Veron, Evan 2-17; Laiche, Sully 2-13. Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-15 1-20 Kansas-Johnson, Kyron 1-7. Penalties-Yards 6-35 7-54 TACKLES (UA-A): NICH-Veron, Evan 5-0; Pittman, Possession Time 31:28 28:32 Allen 5-0; Laiche, Sully 5-0; Abraham, Corey 5-0; Mims, Third-Down Conversions 10 of 20 6 of 17 Khristian 4-1. Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 2-2 Kansas-Dineen, Joe 12-4. Sacks By: Number-Yards 6-48 1-7

FINAL STATISTICS KANSAS 0 7 14 10 31 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 0 0 7 0 7 QTR TIME SCORING PLAY KU CMU KU 2nd 05:11 Johnson, Kerr 31 yd pass from Bender, Peyton 7 0 KU 3rd 10:13 Williams, Pooka 20 yd run 14 0 KU 08:58 Williams, Pooka 41 yd run 21 0 CMU 06:09 Sabbagh, Jamil 31 yd pass from Poljan, Tony 21 7 KU 4th 14:44 Taylor, Shakial 55 yd interception return 28 7 KU 04:28 Rui, Gabriel 36 yd field goal 31 7

TEAM STATS KU CMU FIRST DOWNS 20 12 RUSHING-YARDS (NET) 216 103 PASSING YDS (NET) 145 177 Passes Att-Comp-Int 18-27-0 18-32-4 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 72-361 60-280 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 2-2 Punt Returns-Yards 3-24 3-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-15 4-90 Penalties-Yards 7-55 6-52 Possession Time 36:16 23:44 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 16 2 of 12 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 0-0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 1-11

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Kansas-Williams, Pooka 14-125. Central Michigan-Poljan, Tony 10-43. PASSING: Kansas-Bender, Peyton 17-26-0-130. Central Michigan-Poljan, Tony 18-32-4-177. RECEIVING: Kansas-Johnson, Kerr 4-68. Central Michigan-Sabbagh, Jamil 2-41. SACKS (UA-A): Kansas-Loneker, Keith 1-7. Central Michigan-Adesanya, Sean 1-11. TACKLES (UA-A): Kansas-Dineen, Joe 8-6. Central Michigan-Fountain, Malik 8-5.


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DBK MEMORIAL STADIUM • LAWRENCE, KAN. • SEPT. 15, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 28,044

Kansas football’s hard-nosed defense came up big for the second-straight week, forcing six turnovers in Kansas’ dominant 55-14 victory over Rutgers on Saturday afternoon inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. Kansas’ defense set the tempo early and often. Juniors Bryce Torneden and Mike Lee each returned an interception for a touchdown in the first half to help get the Jayhawks the early lead. The Jayhawks also finished with three different players who recovered fumbles on the afternoon, while senior Joe Dineen Jr. led the game with 10 tackles for the Jayhawks. While the defense kept the pressure on the Rutgers offense, KU’s offense put 55 points on the scoreboard, the most since the Jayhawks’ season opener against Rhode Island in 2016. Kansas’ offense was ignited by freshman Pooka Williams Jr. and the run game. KU finished the game with 400 total rushing yards, which included three 50-plus yard scores. Williams Jr. led both teams with 158 yards on 18 carries and had one touchdown.

RUTGERS KANSAS QTR KU 1st KU RUTGERS KU KU 2nd RUTGERS KU KU 3rd KU KU 4th KU

TIME 11:22 10:30 09:06 04:46 14:10 03:07 02:29 06:08 03:38 14:51 09:28

FINAL STATISTICS 7 7 0 0 17 14 10 14 SCORING PLAY Rui, Gabriel 49 yd field goal Torneden, Bryce 39 yd interception return Roberts, Deonte 64 yd blocked field goal return Booker, Jeremiah 6 yd pass from Kendrick, Miles Lee, Mike 31 yd interception return Hilliman, J. 2 yd run Herbert, Khalil 59 yd run Kendrick, Miles 8 yd run Rui, Gabriel 34 yd field goal Williams, Pooka 52 yd run Thompson, Deron 55 yd run

TEAM STATS RUTGERS KU FIRST DOWNS 14 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 33-150 49-405 PASSING YDS (NET) 124 139 Passes Att-Comp-Int 14-31-3 14-24-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-274 73-544 Fumbles: Number-Lost 3-3 1-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-7 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-63 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-60 7-67 Possession Time 25:43 34:17 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 14 6 of 15 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 3-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 0-0

RUTGERS 0 0 7 7 7 14 14 14 14 14 14

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Rutgers-Blackshear, R. 19-102. Kansas-Williams, Pooka 19-163. PASSING: Rutgers-Rescigno, G. 7-12-0-77. Kansas-Bender, Peyton 7-11-0-68. RECEIVING: Rutgers-Lewis, Eddie 4-43. Kansas-Booker, Jeremiah 3-32. SACKS (UA-A): Rutgers-None. Kansas-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Rutgers-Roberts, Deonte 3-5. Kansas-Dineen, Joe 6-4.

14 55 KU 3 10 10 17 24 24 31 38 41 48 55

4 KANSAS FALLS TO BAYLOR IN BIG 12 OPENER, 26-7 KANSAS (2-2, 0-1 BIG 12) BAYLOR (3-1, 1-0 BIG 12)

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MCLANE STADIUM • WACO, TEXAS • SEPT. 22, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 36,725

Kansas football began its Big 12 Conference slate, falling to Baylor, 26-7, inside McLane Stadium. Kansas struggled on third downs throughout the game, unable to convert them on offense and likewise unable to get off the field on third downs on defense. Baylor was able to get a first down on four of its first five third downs, helping contribute to its 23-0 first-half advantage. Despite holding the Bears to just three points in the second half, Kansas couldn’t recover from the early first-half deficit. Behind a strong second-half defensive effort, the Jayhawks held Baylor to 26 points, its lowest amount scored this season. For the fifth game in a row, senior linebacker Joe Dineen Jr., recorded a double-digit tackle performance after tallying 11 solo tackles and two assisted tackles. Dineen moved into fourth place on KU’s all-time tackles-for-loss chart by adding 2.0 TFLs and he also was credited with two quarterback hurries in the game. KU was not able to establish its ground game against the Bears like it had in its previous two outings, both of which resulted in wins. The Jayhawks, who put together a 405-yard rushing performance in their win over Rutgers a week ago, managed just 122 yards on the ground led by freshman running back Pooka Williams Jr.’s 89 yards.

FINAL STATISTICS KANSAS 0 0 7 0 7 BAYLOR 7 16 3 0 26 QTR TIME SCORING PLAY KU BAYLOR Baylor 1st 05:35 Platt, Chris 22 yd pass from Brewer, Charlie 0 7 Baylor 2nd 14:52 Thornton, Tyquan 39 yd pass from Brewer, Charlie 0 14 Baylor 04:32 Martin, Connor 45 yd field goal 0 17 Baylor 01:37 Fleeks, Josh 34 yd pass from Brewer, Charlie 0 23 KU 3rd 08:32 Booker, Jeremiah 10 yd pass from Bender, Peyton 7 23 Baylor 05:00 Martin, Connor 27 yd field goal 7 26

TEAM STATS KU BAYLOR FIRST DOWNS 14 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 28-122 39-190 PASSING YDS (NET) 149 257 Passes Att-Comp-Int 16-27-0 20-29-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 55-271 68-447 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1--1 3--12 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-59 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-55 13-141 Possession Time 24:55 35:05 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 13 7 of 14 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-1 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-19 4-29

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Kansas-Williams, Pooka 14-89. Baylor-Hasty, JaMycal 5-60. PASSING: Kansas-Bender, Peyton 10-17-0-105. Baylor-Brewer, Charlie 19-27-0-221. RECEIVING: Kansas-Sims, Steven 3-47. Baylor-Fleeks, Josh 5-65. SACKS (UA-A): Kansas-Wise, Daniel 1-8. Baylor-Woods, JT 1-11; Lynch, James 1-9; Thompson, BJ 1-6; Roberts, Greg 1-3. TACKLES (UA-A): Kansas-Dineen, Joe 11-2. Baylor-Vaughns, V. 6-1; Bernard, Terrel 5-2.


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KANSAS (2-3, 0-2 BIG 12)

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NO. 9/8 WEST VIRGINIA (5-0, 3-0 BIG 12)

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DBK MEMORIAL STADIUM • LAWRENCE, KAN. • SEPT. 29, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 18,364

MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM • MORGANTOWN, W. VA. • OCT. 6, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 57,419

KU junior quarterback Carter Stanley made his first start of the 2018 season, throwing a 20-yard touchdown pass to sophomore Kwamie Lassiter II in the second quarter. With the touchdown pass, Stanley became the third KU quarterback to throw a touchdown this season.

On the defensive side, the Jayhawks slowed one of the top offenses in the country with three interceptions in the end zone in the first half. Prior to today’s game, WVU had scored each trip into the red zone (15-for-15), but the Jayhawks forced three turnovers in the red zone. KU’s strong defensive efforts in the first 30 minutes kept Kansas within two possessions of the Mountaineers.

Kansas was unable to solve a potent Oklahoma State offense, powered by a passing attack that tossed 312-of-568 total yards, as the Jayhawks fell on Homecoming to the Cowboys, 48-28, Saturday afternoon inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.

The Jayhawks struggled to force punts in the first half as Oklahoma State scored on its first four possessions of the game, leading to a 24-7 advantage at halftime. Kansas running back Pooka Williams Jr., added to his impressive freshman season as he opened the second half with a 60-yard touchdown run. Williams Jr.’s rush marked the eighth 20-yard or more rush by the rookie on the season, as KU trimmed the Oklahoma State lead to 24-14. Williams Jr., has now had a 40-yard or more rush in each game he has played as a Jayhawk.

While KU’s defensive corps stopped West Virginia numerous times in the opening half, it was also the Jayhawks’ defense that ignited the first scoring drive of the game. An interception by junior Hasan Defense set up for senior quarterback Peyton Bender to complete an 18-yard scoring pass to senior tight end Mavin Saunders. On the first drive of the second half, Kansas’ offense marched the ball 75 yards down the field on seven plays to score its second touchdown of the day, pulling KU within one possession of the Mountaineers. While Kansas forced four turnovers for the third time this season, it was a turnover on special teams late in the fourth quarter that proved to be costly for the Jayhawks, keeping the momentum in West Virginia’s favor. Despite being down by three possessions late in the game, the Jayhawks didn’t quit and ended the game with a touchdown followed by a two-point conversion, but fell to West Virginia, 38-22.

Senior linebacker Joe Dineen Jr., recorded a double-digit tackle performance for the sixth game in a row, after tallying eight solo tackles and two assisted tackles.

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Stanley added to his impressive outing as he tossed two touchdowns in the second half, the first to senior Steven Sims Jr., and the second to senior Jeremiah Booker as KU trimmed its deficit to 41-28 with 3:29 remaining in the game. Stanley finished the day with 247 yards passing and three touchdowns.

Kansas’ defense kept No. 9/8 West Virginia’s offense at bay for three of four quarters on Saturday afternoon, but 10 points in the final period sealed the 38-22 victory for the Mountaineers inside Milan Puskar Stadium.

2018 IN REVIEW

OKLAHOMA STATE (4-1, 1-1 BIG 12)

6 JAYHAWKS FALL TO NO. 9/8 MOUNTAINEERS, 38-22 KANSAS (2-4, 0-3 BIG 12) 22

C H A L K J A Y H A W K

OKLAHOMA STATE KANSAS QTR OSU 1st OSU KU 2nd OSU OSU KU 3rd OSU OSU KU 4th OSU KU OSU

TIME 10:21 03:07 14:54 13:34 07:05 13:55 12:34 07:25 12:04 06:22 04:19 02:38

FINAL STATISTICS 14 10 10 14 0 7 7 14 SCORING PLAY Wallace, Tylan 11 yd pass from Cornelius, T. Wolf, Landon 42 yd pass from Cornelius, T. Lassiter, Kwamie 20 yd pass from Stanley, Carter Johnson, Tyron 64 yd pass from Cornelius, T. Ammendola, Matt 33 yd field goal Williams, Pooka 60 yd run Hill, Justice 10 yd run Ammendola, Matt 29 yd field goal Sims, Steven 31 yd pass from Stanley, Carter Johnson, Tyron 12 yd pass from Cornelius, T. Booker, Jeremiah 22 yd pass from Stanley, Carter Hubbard, Chuba 13 yd run

TEAM STATS OSU KU FIRST DOWNS 25 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 46-256 32-121 PASSING YDS (NET) 312 247 Passes Att-Comp-Int 15-20-1 24-32-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 66-568 64-368 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-1 Punt Returns-Yards 2-29 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-9 1-32 Penalties-Yards 8-92 4-43 Possession Time 31:20 28:40 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 11 3 of 13 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 6-7 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 5-27 0-0

OSU 7 14 14 21 24 24 31 34 34 41 41 48

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: OSU-Hill, Justice 31-189. Kansas-Williams, Pooka 13-97. PASSING: OSU-Cornelius, T. 15-20-1-312. Kansas-Stanley, Carter 24-32-0-247. RECEIVING: OSU-Wolf, Landon 6-116. Kansas-Sims, Steven 10-89. SACKS (UA-A): OSU-Brailford, J. 3-16. Kansas-None. TACKLES (UA-A): OSU-Phillips, Justin 10-2. Kansas-Dineen, Joe 8-5.

48 28 KU 0 0 7 7 7 14 14 14 21 21 28 28

KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA QTR TIME WVU 1st 09:28 WVU 05:21 KU 00:12 WVU 2nd 11:52 KU 3rd 10:50 WVU 00:00 WVU 4th 05:05 WVU 02:20 KU 00:00

FINAL STATISTICS 7 0 7 8 14 7 7 10 SCORING PLAY Brown, Leddie 15 yd pass from Grier, Will Brown, Leddie yd run Saunders, Mavin 18 yd pass from Bender, Peyton Haskins, J. 14 yd pass from Grier, Will Herbert, Khalil 31 yd run Pettaway, M. 12 yd pass from Grier, Will Staley, Evan 49 yd field goal Sills V, David 17 yd pass from Grier, Will Charlot, Daylon 18 yd pass from Bender, Peyton

TEAM STATS KU WVU FIRST DOWNS 16 29 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 26-80 39-177 PASSING YDS (NET) 206 332 Passes Att-Comp-Int 21-34-2 28-41-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 60-286 80-509 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-1 3-1 Punt Returns-Yards 1-3 1-7 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-54 1-35 Penalties-Yards 6-45 7-50 Possession Time 25:49 34:11 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 11 6 of 12 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 5-8 Sacks By: Number-Yards 5-31 3-24

KU 0 0 7 7 14 14 14 14 22

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Kansas-Williams, Pooka 12-65. WVU-Brown, Leddie 11-107. PASSING: Kansas-Bender, Peyton 16-25-1-191. WVU-Grier, Will 28-41-3-332. RECEIVING: Kansas-Booker, Jeremiah 4-63. WVU-Sills V, David 7-74. SACKS (UA-A): Kansas-Wise, Daniel 2-13. WVU-Pitts, Derrek 1-15. TACKLES (UA-A): Kansas-Torneden, Bryce 8-5. WVU-Long Jr., David 7-3.

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8 KANSAS EDGES TCU, 27-26 TCU (3-5, 1-4 BIG 12) 26 KANSAS (3-5, 1-4 BIG 12)

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JONES AT&T STADIUM • LUBBOCK, TEXAS • OCT. 20, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 54,402

DBK MEMORIAL STADIUM • LAWRENCE, KAN. • OCT. 27, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 15,069

Kansas’ defense slowed Texas Tech for the first three quarters, but late TTU scoring drives and the Jayhawks struggling to stay on the field on the offensive side of the ball gave the Red Raiders the victory.

As time was winding down in the fourth quarter, TCU was in the red zone with a chance to score a game-winning touchdown when Simmons recovered a TCU fumble, giving KU the ball and securing its victory.

The duo of freshman safety cornerback Corione Harris and junior safety Mike Lee combined for 16 tackles, including a season-high nine stops from Lee, who was leading the team in tackles before being ejected for targeting late in the second half. Senior cornerback Hasan Defense was also a difference maker on defense after snagging his third interception in his last two outings. The Jayhawks forced four turnovers, while giving the ball up twice.

On the opening drive of the game, Kansas traveled 75 yards on 11 plays to score its first touchdown of the day. The scoring drive marked the first time that KU had a lead during conference play this season.

Texas Tech’s high-powered offense proved to be too much for Kansas as the Jayhawks fell to the Red Raiders, 48-16, on Saturday afternoon inside Jones AT&T Stadium.

In the midst of season highs, career highs and streaks on defense, senior linebacker Joe Dineen Jr., tied Willie Pless for the most career tackles-for-a-loss in KU program history with 41. Defensively, KU pressured the Red Raiders offense, but Kansas’ offense couldn’t find a rhythm and was haunted by failed third down conversions. The Jayhawks were 2-of-13 in converting on third down, with their first third down conversion coming in the third quarter, which resulted in a touchdown reception for senior wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. The Jayhawks finished the day with 308 total yards on offense, including 70 rushing yards from freshman running back Pooka Williams Jr., on 16 carries. Senior quarterback Peyton Bender threw for 221 yards and two touchdowns.

Late defensive heroics by senior lineman Keyshaun Simmons proved to be the game changer in Kansas’ 27-26 victory over TCU inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.

KU’s defense has been its strength all season, and that showed once again in the first quarter when the Jayhawks stalled TCU’s drive at the one-yard line on fourth-and-goal with less than three minutes remaining in the opening stanza. KU’s defense held a potent TCU offense to only 10 points in the first half, marking only the second time this season that TCU had scored 10 or less points in the first half. Both of the teams traded scores throughout the entire game, with eight different lead changes before KU pulled out ahead. Two good kicks by senior Gabriel Rui in the second half gave KU a 20-17 edge, which marks the first time in conference play that the Jayhawks have led the game during the second half. TCU reclaimed the lead on a Michael Collins touchdown with 10:38 to play. The Jayhawks answered with Pooka Williams Jr., capping a nine-play 79-yard drive with a 28-yard touchdown catch from senior quarterback Peyton Bender. It was the late touchdown by KU that pushed the Jayhawks ahead of TCU and they didn’t relinquish the lead.

FINAL STATISTICS KANSAS

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QTR TTU 1st KU TTU 2nd TTU TTU TTU 3rd KU TTU 4th TTU TTU KU

TIME 10:32 02:31 14:52 04:26 01:29 08:47 00:00 13:29 09:38 03:52 00:11

TEAM STATS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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SCORING PLAY Hatfield, Clayt 48 yd field goal Rui, Gabriel 20 yd foeld goal King, Tre 18 yd run Vasher, T.J. 13 yd pass from Bowman, Alan Henry, Ta’Zhawn 4 yd run Hatfield, Clayt 47 yd field goal Sims, Steven 30 yd pass from Bender, Peyton Wesley, Antoine 6 yd pass from Bowman, Alan Collins, Seth 11 yd pass from Bowman, Alan Felton, Dem. 34 yd run Robinson, S. 18 yd pass from Bender, Peyton KU TTU 16 30 29-98 35-112 221 441 18-41-1 39-49-1 70-319 84-553 2-1 4-2 0-0 3-1 3-52 2-66 6-62 7-50 28:27 31:33 4 of 15 8 of 14 2-4 6-6 2-25 3-30

KU 0 3 3 3 3 3 9 9 9 9 16

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Kansas-Williams, Pooka 16-81. TTU-Henry, Ta’Zhawn 15-62. PASSING: Kansas-Bender, Peyton 18-41-1-221. TTU-Bowman, Alan 36-46-1-408. RECEIVING: Kansas-Charlot, Daylon 4-67. TTU-Wesley, Antoine 9-155. SACKS (UA-A): Kansas-Kamara, Azur 1-16. TTU-Hill, Kolin 2-16. TACKLES (UA-A): Kansas-Torneden, Bryce 7-3. TTU-Allen, Dakota 4-3.

TTU 3 3 10 17 24 27 27 34 41 48 48

TCU KANSAS QTR KU 1st TCU 2nd TCU KU 3rd TCU KU KU 4th TCU KU TCU

TIME 09:24 12:49 02:47 09:17 05:36 02:28 14:58 10:38 06:13 00:01

TEAM STATS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

FINAL STATISTICS 0 10 7 9 7 0 10 10 SCORING PLAY Herbert, Khalil 1 yd run Song, Jonathan 31 yd field goal Reagor, Jalen 56 yd pass from Collins, M. Williams, Pooka 7 yd pass from Bender, Peyton Collins, M. 2 yd run Rui, Gabriel 34 yd field goal Rui, Gabriel 27 yd field goal Collins, M. 3 yd run Williams, Pooka 28 yd pass from Bender, Peyton TEAM safety TCU KU 27 17 39-153 38-58 351 249 23-33-1 19-29-0 72-504 67-307 1-1 0-0 1-0 1-3 5-67 3-71 5-57 8-59 29:22 30:38 8 of 12 10 of 17 3-5 4-4 2-17 1-7

TCU 0 3 10 10 17 17 17 24 24 26

26 27 KU 7 7 7 14 14 17 20 20 27 27

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: TCU-Anderson, D. 20-95. Kansas-Herbert, Khalil 21-38. PASSING: TCU-Collins, M. 23-33-1-351. Kansas-Bender, Peyton 19-29-0-249. RECEIVING: TCU-Reagor, Jalen 8-177. Kansas-Williams, Pooka 7-102. SACKS (UA-A): TCU-Banogu, Ben 2-17. Kansas-Holani, Isi 1-7. TACKLES (UA-A): TCU-Johnson, Jawuan 10-0; Evans, Arico 9-1. Kansas-Dineen, Joe 13-3.


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10 KANSAS FALLS TO WILDCATS IN DILLONS SUNFLOWER SHOWDOWN, 21-17 KANSAS (3-7, 1-6 BIG 12) 17 KANSAS STATE (4-6, 2-5 BIG 12)

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DBK MEMORIAL STADIUM • LAWRENCE, KAN. • NOV. 3, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 15,543

BILL SNYDER FAMILY STADIUM • MANHATTAN, KAN. • NOV. 10, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 50,062

The Cyclones’ defense limited the Jayhawks’ trips to the red zone and prevented KU from getting in the end zone all game. Failing to score in all three trips to the red zone, a 47-yard field goal by senior Gabriel Rui put KU on the board in the second quarter, the Jayhawks’ only points of the day.

Kansas’ defense took control of the 116th meeting with in-state rival Kansas State early, forcing the Wildcats to punt the ball away three times in the opening 15 minutes. The Jayhawk shut out K-State in the first half, marking the second time this season that KU’s defense has kept its opponent from scoring and giving Kansas the edge in the first half.

Kansas wasn’t able to gain any momentum on Saturday afternoon after costly miscues and a rare turnover kept KU from the end zone, as the Jayhawks fell to Iowa State, 27-3, inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.

Iowa State and Kansas both tallied 20 first downs, but KU failed to convert when crossing into ISU territory, which proved to be a difference maker in the game. Despite not being able to get on the scoreboard, Kansas’ offense tallied 314 total yards. Junior running back Khalil Herbert notched a season-high 91 rushing yards on 21 carries, while sophomore wide receiver Stephon Robinson Jr., collected a career-high 52 receiving yards on four receptions.

Costly miscues late in the game plagued Kansas in the Dillons Sunflower Showdown, as Kansas State topped the Jayhawks, 21-17, on Saturday afternoon at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

2018 IN REVIEW

9 KANSAS FALLS TO IOWA STATE, 27-3 IOWA STATE (5-3, 4-2 BIG 12) 27

Senior kicker Gabriel Rui gave Kansas the lead in the second quarter with a 21-yard field goal. The scoring drive marked the longest drive in yardage (94) and time of possession (9:40) this season for the Jayhawks, which gave KU a 3-0 advantage at the half. Coming out of the break, Kansas State stole the momentum, scoring on its first drive of the second half. The Wildcats went on to outscore KU, 21-14, in the latter half, but it was turnovers and penalties late in the fourth quarter that prevented the Jayhawks from getting back into the end zone.

R O C K C H A L K J A Y H A W K

IOWA STATE KANSAS QTR ISU 1st ISU ISU 2nd ISU KU ISU 3rd

TIME 09:39 06:59 11:20 02:49 00:03 10:10

FINAL STATISTICS 14 6 7 0 0 3 0 0 SCORING PLAY Butler, Hakeem 83 yd pass from Purdy, Brock Butler, Hakeem 51 yd pass from Purdy, Brock Assalley, C. 47 yd field goal Assalley, C. 23 yd field goal Rui, Gabriel 47 yd field goal Eaton, Matthew 3 yd pass from Purdy, Brock

ISU 7 14 17 20 20 27

27 3 KU 0 0 0 0 3 3

KANSAS KANSAS STATE QTR KU 2nd KSU 3rd KU KSU KU 4th KSU

TIME 05:38 11:59 07:48 02:57 14:46 02:46

FINAL STATISTICS 0 3 7 7 0 0 14 7 SCORING PLAY Rui, Gabriel 21 yd field goal Barnes, Alex 24 yd run Booker, J. 9 yd pass from Bender, Peyton Barnes, Alex 2 yd run Sims, Steven 65 yd pass from Bender, Peyton Delton, Alex 21 yd run

KU 3 3 10 10 17 17

TEAM STATS ISU KU FIRST DOWNS 20 20 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 38-121 40-147 PASSING YDS (NET) 273 185 Passes Att-Comp-Int 17-24-0 19-43-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-394 83-332 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 3-1 Punt Returns-Yards 1-13 1-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-16 2-36 Penalties-Yards 2-12 3-25 Possession Time 28:40 31:20 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 13 7 of 17 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 0-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 3-26

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: ISU-Montgomery, Da. 14-64. Kansas-Herbert, Khalil 21-91. PASSING: ISU-Purdy, Brock 16-23-0-263. Kansas-Bender, Peyton 19-41-0-185. RECEIVING: ISU-Butler, Hakeem 5-164. Kansas-Sims, Steven 7-71. SACKS (UA-A): ISU-None. Kansas-Torneden, Bryce 1-14. TACKLES (UA-A): ISU-Eisworth, Greg 7-1. Kansas-Dineen, Joe 11-3.

TEAM STATS KU KSU FIRST DOWNS 19 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-115 40-175 PASSING YDS (NET) 232 126 Passes Att-Comp-Int 21-34-0 11-18-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 69-347 58-301 Fumbles: Number-Lost 3-2 2-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1--1 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-24 1-12 Penalties-Yards 8-53 7-55 Possession Time 33:11 26:49 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 15 3 of 11 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-17 2-14

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Kansas-Williams, Pooka 14-59. KSU-Barnes, Alex 22-117. PASSING: Kansas-Bender, Peyton 21-34-0-232. KSU- Delton, Alex 11-17-0-126. RECEIVING: Kansas-Sims, Steven 5-113. KSU-Schoen, Dalton 3-48. SACKS (UA-A): Kansas-Dineen, Joe 1-12. KSU-Johnston, Chase 1-9. TACKLES (UA-A): Kansas-Lee, Mike 9-1. KSU-Patton, Da’Quan 7-2.

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11 POOKA WILLIAMS JR.’S CAREER DAY NOT ENOUGH AS KANSAS FALLS TO NO. 6/6 OKLAHOMA KANSAS (3-8, 1-7 BIG 12) 40 NO. 6/6 OKLAHOMA (10-1, 7-1 BIG 12)

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GAYLORD FAMILY - OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL STADIUM • NORMAN, OKLA. • NOV. 17, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 86,371

Kansas freshman running back Pooka Williams Jr., rose to the occasion as the Jayhawks traveled to No. 6/6 Oklahoma, racking up 252 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground, while also adding a passing touchdown in the fourth quarter as KU fell to the Sooners, 55-40. On Oklahoma’s first march down the field, Kansas’ defense did what it does best – take the ball away. The Sooners entered the red zone, but not for long as junior safety Mike Lee forced his Big 12-leading third fumble and recovered it to give Kansas possession and keep OU off the scoreboard. Once KU got possession, Williams went to work and recorded his best performance in a first half of the season. Williams rushed for 72 yards in the opening quarter, including a 23-yard rush into the end zone, which gave the Jayhawks an early lead. The Jayhawks didn’t relinquish the lead to the Sooners until the nine-minute mark of the second quarter. Despite trailing 21-10 at the half, the Jayhawks came out of the locker room with a spark on defense. Kansas opened the second half with an interception by senior cornerback Shakial Taylor, setting up a three-yard rushing touchdown by junior running back Khalil Herbert. Herbert’s score brought KU within four of the Sooners on its first drive of the second half.

12 JAYHAWKS FALL TO NO. 11 TEXAS, 24-17, ON SENIOR DAY NO. 11 TEXAS (9-3, 7-2 BIG 12) 24 KANSAS (3-9, 1-8 BIG 12)

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DBK MEMORIAL STADIUM • LAWRENCE, KAN. • NOV. 23, 2018 • ATTENDANCE: 15,219 After a slow offensive start to the day, Kansas football dropped its final game of the season to No. 11 Texas, 24-17, on Senior Day inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. Kansas held Texas to its lowest first-half total of the season with just seven points, which is the third time on the season that the Jayhawks have held their opponents to seven points or less in the first half. During Kansas’ impressive defensive effort, junior defensive end Najee Stevens-McKenzie recorded his first-career interception, ending Texas’ Sam Ehlinger’s 308 pass attempts without an interception. After Kansas went scoreless in the first three quarters, the Jayhawks put up two touchdowns and a field goal in the final 15 minutes of the game to narrow the Texas lead. Freshman running back Pooka Williams Jr., scored on a 57-yard run to put the Jayhawks on the board first early in the fourth quarter. Junior wide receiver Daylon Charlot added to the KU score with a 31-yard touchdown catch from senior quarterback Peyton Bender, the longest catch of Charlot’s career and his second touchdown of the season. Senior kicker Gabriel Rui capped the Kansas scoring effort with a 45-yard field goal with 1:37 remaining in the game to bring the Jayhawks within one touchdown, but Texas recovered the onside kick attempt and ran out the clock to hand the Jayhawks the loss on Senior Day.

After KU came within a possession of the Sooners, Oklahoma charged ahead with back-to-back scores before the Jayhawks would strike again. Williams threw his first career touchdown to senior wide receiver Jeremiah Booker, giving Kansas’ offense a boost in the fourth quarter, but the potent Sooner offense was too much for the Jayhawks and gave Oklahoma the 15-point victory.

KANSAS OKLAHOMA QTR KU 1st OU KU 2nd OU OU KU 3rd OU OU KU 4th OU OU KU OU KU

TIME 02:50 01:19 12:02 09:03 00:18 10:52 05:39 00:50 14:05 13:44 12:05 09:38 05:25 02:31

FINAL STATISTICS 7 3 7 23 7 14 14 20 SCORING PLAY Williams, Pooka 23 yd run Murray, Kyler 7 yd run Rui, Gabriel 45 yd field goal Meier, Carson 20 yd pass from Murray, Kyler Brooks, Kennedy 7 yd run Herbert, Khalil 3 yd run Murray, Kyler 11 yd run Brooks, Kennedy 13 yd run Booker, J. 9 yd pass from Williams, Pooka Murray, Kyler 75 yd run Bolton, Curtis 9 yd blocked punt return Williams, Pooka 42 yd run Calcaterra, G. 11 yd pass from Murray, Kyler Herbert, Khalil 25 yd run

TEAM STATS KU OU FIRST DOWNS 25 31 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-348 40-294 PASSING YDS (NET) 176 272 Passes Att-Comp-Int 20-28-0 21-32-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-524 72-566 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-1 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-64 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-88 3-81 Penalties-Yards 6-53 2-25 Possession Time 30:12 29:48 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 9 of 10 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 6-8 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-3 0-0

KU 7 7 10 10 10 17 17 17 24 24 24 32 32 40

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Kansas-Williams, Pooka 15-252. OU-Brooks, Kennedy 24-171. PASSING: Kansas-Bender, Peyton 19-27-0-167. OU-Murray, Kyler 21-32-1-272. RECEIVING: Kansas- Booker, J. 5-58. OU-Brown, Marquise 6-65. SACKS (UA-A): Kansas-Holani, Isi 1-3. OU-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Kansas-Dineen, Joe 10-4. OU-Bolton, Curtis 5-5.

40 55 OU 0 7 7 14 21 21 28 35 35 41 48 48 55 55

TEXAS KANSAS QTR UT 1st UT 3rd UT KU 4th UT KU KU

TIME 08:35 08:40 01:02 14:44 10:57 03:27 01:37

FINAL STATISTICS 7 0 13 3 0 0 0 17 SCORING PLAY Johnson, Collin 26 yd pass from Ehlinger, Sam Beck, Andrew 5 yd pass from Ehlinger, Sam Ehlinger, Sam 3 yd run Williams, Pooka 57 yd run Dicker, Cameron 34 yd field goal Charlot, Daylon 31 yd pass from Bender, Peyton Rui, Gabriel 45 yd field goal

24 17 UT KU 7 0 14 0 21 0 21 7 24 7 24 14 24 17

TEAM STATS UT KU FIRST DOWNS 19 14 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 41-143 33-137 PASSING YDS (NET) 154 159 Passes Att-Comp-Int 16-28-2 18-35-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 69-297 68-296 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-0 1-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-0 3-13 Kickoff Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 4-35 9-98 Possession Time 34:49 25:11 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 15 9 of 18 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 0-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-14 2-18

INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING: Texas-Watson, Tre 14-79. Kansas-Williams, Pooka 16-103. PASSING: Texas-Ehlinger, Sam 16-28-2-154. Kansas-Bender, Peyton 18-35-1-159. RECEIVING: Texas-Duvernay, Devin 3-47. Kansas-Charlot, Daylon 3-53. SACKS (UA-A): Texas-Cook, Anthony 1-6. Kansas-Wise, Daniel 1-9; Lipscomb, Brian 1-9. TACKLES (UA-A): Texas-Sterns, Caden 5-3. Kansas-Dineen, Joe 11-3.


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Attempts

Name

Years

Att.

Yards

Avg.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1993-96 1988-91 2010-13 1973-76 2002-05 1962-64 1968-70 1997-2000 1992-95 2003-06 2006-09 1980-83 1950-52 1975-77 1986-88 1975-76 2011-14 1966-68 1971-73 1956-58

823 778 798 472 641 412 518 565 422 387 456 450 343 438 431 355 284 324 367 364

3,841 3,788 3,592 3,074 2,754 2,675 2,659 2,608 2,248 2,245 2,239 1,970 1,914 1,862 1,762 1,664 1,642 1,630 1,597 1,534

4.7 4.9 4.6 6.5 4.3 6.5 5.1 4.6 5.3 5.8 4.9 4.4 5.6 4.3 4.1 4.7 5.8 5.0 4.4 4.2

June Henley Tony Sands James Sims Laverne Smith Clark Green Gale Sayers John Riggins David Winbush L.T. Levine Jon Cornish Jake Sharp Kerwin Bell Charlie Hoag Norris Banks Arnold Snell Nolan Cromwell Tony Pierson Donnie Shanklin Delvin Williams Homer Floyd

TDs 41 28 34 21 13 19 19 22 21 17 23 14 16 4 8 16 9 11 13 12

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

June Henley James Sims Tony Sands Clark Green David Winbush John Riggins Laverne Smith Jake Sharp Kerwin Bell Arnold Snell

No.

1993-96 2010-13 1988-91 2002-05 1997-2000 1968-70 1973-76 2006-09 1980-83 1986-88

Touchdowns No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8.

June Henley James Sims Tony Sands Jake Sharp Brandon McAnderson Chip Hilleary David Winbush Bill Whittemore L.T. Levine Laverne Smith

41 34 28 23 23 23 22 21 21 21

Yards Per Carry (Min. 500 Att.) (Min. 400 Att.) (Min. 300 Att.)

Yards Per Game 1. 2.

June Henley (3,841 yards in 42 games) Tony Sands (3,788 yards in 44 games)

Avg.

1993-97

86.1

1988-91

No.

100-Yard Games

No.

Tony Sands James Sims June Henley Laverne Smith Jon Cornish Gale Sayers Clark Green Jake Sharp L.T. Levine Kerwin Bell Nolan Cromwell John Riggins Wade Stinson

Yards by a Quarterback 1. 2. 3. 4.

Nolan Cromwell Chip Hilleary Bill Whittemore Bobby Douglass

Years

91.5

200-Yard Games

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Years

1993-96 2010-13 1988-91 2006-09 2004-07 1989-92 1997-2000 2002-03 1992-95 1973-76

5.1, John Riggins, 1968-70 (2,659 yards on 518 attempts) 6.51, Laverne Smith, 1973-76 (3,074 yards on 472 attempts) 6.51, Laverne Smith, 1973-76 (3,074 yards on 472 attempts)

1. June Henley 5 2. Tony Sands 3 3. 11 tied with 1 (Most recent: Khalil Herbert vs. West Virginia, 2017)

JOHN RIGGINS

Years

823 798 778 641 565 518 472 456 450 431

Years

1993-96 1988-91

Years

17 15 13 13 12 11 9 8 7 7 7 7 7

1988-91 2010-13 1993-96 1973-76 2003-06 1962-64 2002-05 2006-09 1992-95 1980-83 1975-76 1968-70 1949-50

No.

Years

1,664 1975-76 1,290 1989-92 1,083 2002-03 1,015 1966-68


123

SEASON RECORDS Yards

Jon Cornish, Sr. Tony Sands, Sr. June Henley, Sr. Laverne Smith, So. John Riggins, Sr. Wade Stinson, Jr. June Henley, Fr. Pooka Williams Jr., Fr. Brandon McAnderson, Sr. Gale Sayers, So. Nolan Cromwell, Jr. Kerwin Bell, Fr. James Sims, Jr. James Sims, Sr. Tony Sands, So. Laverne Smith, Sr.

Attempts June Henley, Sr. Tony Sands, Sr. Jon Cornish, Sr. June Henley, Fr. James Sims, Sr. Kerwin Bell, So. James Sims, Jr. Nolan Cromwell, Jr. Tony Sands, So. David Winbush, So. John Riggins, Sr.

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 11.

June Henley, Sr. Brandon McAnderson, Sr. Chip Hilleary, Jr. Wade Stinson, Jr. June Henley, Fr. Bud Laughlin, Fr. Jake Sharp, Jr. Maurice Douglas, Sr. John Riggins, Sr. Bobby Douglass, Sr. Bill Whittemore, Jr. L.T. Levine, Jr. Tony Sands, So.

Yards Per Carry (Min. 200 Att.) (Min. 150 Att.)

Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

June Henley, Sr. (1,349 in 10 games) Tony Sands, Sr. (1,442 in 11 games) Jon Cornish, Sr. (1,457 in 12 games) Wade Stinson, Jr. (1,129 in 10 games) James Sims, Jr. (1,013 in 9 games)

200-Yard Games

1. June Henley, Sr. 2. Tony Sands, So.

No. Year 302 272 250 233 230 228 218 218 216 209 209

1996 1991 2006 1993 2013 1980 2012 1975 1989 1998 1970

No. Year 17 16 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11

1996 2007 1991 1950 1993 1951 2008 1992 1970 1968 2002 1994 1989

5.8, Jon Cornish, 2006 (1,457 yards on 250 attempts) 7.1, Gale Sayers, 1962 (1,125 yards on 158 attempts)

Avg.

134.9

Year 1996

Consecutive 100-Yard Games 1. James Sims 2. Tony Sands

6 5

2012 1990-91*

* last game of 1990 and first four of 1991

Laverne Smith

5

1975

Most Yards In Consecutive Games 1. 2. 3.

Tony Sands, Sr. 500 (104 vs. Colorado; 396 vs. Missouri) Nolan Cromwell, Jr. 481 (294 vs. Oregon State; 187 vs. Wisconsin) Khalil Herbert, So. 428 (137 at Ohio; 291 vs. West Virginia)

1991

1. 2.

Yards By A QB 1. 2. 3. 4.

No.

Nolan Cromwell, Jr. 1,124 Bill Whittemore, Jr. 549 Chip Hilleary, Sr. 537 Bill Whittemore, Sr. 534

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Tony Sands, Sr. Nolan Cromwell, Jr. Khalil Herbert, So. Gale Sayers, So. David Winbush, So. Pooka Williams Jr., Fr. Wade Stinson, Jr. June Henley, Fr. Laverne Smith, Jr. Reggie Duncan, So. June Henley, Sr. L.T. Levine, Jr. Tony Sands, So. June Henley, Sr. Kerwin Bell, Fr. Tony Sands, So. James Sims, Sr.. June Henley, Sr. Tony Pierson, So. Jon Cornish, Sr. June Henley, Sr.

Yards

396 294 291 283 268 252 239 237 236 227 226 221 217 216 216 215 211 209 202 201 201

121.4

2006

Yards in a Half

Yards

112.9

1950

1.

240

112.6

2012

Yards in a Quarter

Yards

1.

148

Tony Sands, Sr.

June Henley, Fr.

1975 2002 1992 2003

Opponent, Date

vs. Missouri, 11-23-91 vs. Oregon St., 9-27-75 vs. WVU, 9-23-17 vs. Okla. St., 10-27-62 vs. Colorado, 10-24-98 vs. Oklahoma, 11-17-18 vs. Utah, 11-4-50 vs. Iowa St., 10-16-93 vs. Missouri, 11-22-75 vs. Texas Tech, 10-6-01 vs. Iowa State, 11-2-96 vs. Missouri, 11-19-94 vs. Kansas St., 10-28-89 vs. Utah, 9-28-96 vs. Kansas St., 11-1-80 vs. Missouri, 11-18-89 vs. WVU, 11-16-13 vs. Texas, 11-16-96 at Texas Tech, 11-10-12 vs. Kansas St., 11-18-06 vs. TCU, 9-14-96

Game, Date vs. Missouri (2nd), 11-23-91

Game, Date vs. Iowa St. (2nd), 10-16-93

Year 1996 1989

Rushing Attempts 1. Tony Sands, Sr. 2. June Henley, Fr.

Att. 58 44

Att.

1.

34

Tony Sands, Sr.

Quarter

Att.

1.

19

Tony Sands, Sr.

Game, Date

vs. Missouri, 11-23-91 vs. Texas, 11-16-93

vs. Utah, 9-28-96 vs. Iowa State, 11-2-96 vs. Texas Tech, 10-6-01 vs. Kansas State, 11-1-80 vs. Oklahoma St., 11-4-72 vs. Nebraska, 11-6-93 vs. West Virginia, 9-23-17 vs. Iowa State, 10-18-80

Game, Date vs. Missouri (2nd), 11-23-91

Game, Date vs. Missouri (4th), 11-23-91

Game Yards Per Attempt

Game Touchdowns

Year

41 40 38 38 38 37 36 35

Half

1991

GAME RECORDS Name

June Henley, Sr. June Henley, Sr. Reggie Duncan, So. Kerwin Bell, So. Jerome Nelloms, Sr. June Henley, Fr. Khalil Herbert, So. Kerwin Bell, Fr.

1996

2017

June Henley, Sr. 604 (187 vs. Ball State; 201 vs. TCU; 216 vs. Utah) Tony Sands, Sr. 556 (56 vs. Nebraska; 104 vs. Colorado; 396 vs. Missouri)

3. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10.

(Min. 30 attempts) (Min. 25) (Min. 20) (Min. 15)

1975

Most Yards In Three Consecutive Games

1991

No.

2006 1991 1974 1950 2012 1980

131.1

4 2

Year

8 8 7 7 6 6

1. 8.

TD

Opponent, Year

James Sims, Fr. 4 vs. Colorado, 2010 Jake Sharp, Jr. 4 vs. Kansas State, 2008 Brandon McAnderson, Sr. 4 vs. Nebraska, 2007 June Henley, Sr. 4 vs. TCU, 1996 Tony Sands, Sr. 4 vs. Missouri, 1991 Curtis McClinton, Sr. 4 vs. California, 1961 Charlie Black 4 vs. Washington (Mo.), 1923 Several with 3 (Most Recent: Jake Sharp, vs. Colorado, 2008)

Yards By A QB 1. 2. 3. 4.

8.1, Khalil Herbert, So., vs. West Virginia, 2017 (291-36) 10.5, Nolan Cromwell, Jr., vs. Oregon State, 1975 (294-28) 12.9, Gale Sayers, So., vs. Oklahoma State, 1962 (283-22) 15.7, Laverne Smith, Jr., vs. Missouri, 1975 (236-15)

Nolan Cromwell, Jr. Nolan Cromwell, Jr. Bill Whittemore, Jr. Nolan Cromwell, Jr.

Longest Rush

Yards

Opponent, Date

294 187 177 134

vs. Oregon State, 9-27-75 vs. Wisconsin, 10-4-75 vs. Tulsa, 9-28-02 vs. Iowa State, 10-18-75

Yards

Opponent, Date

1. Eric Vann, Sr. 99 vs. Oklahoma, 10-4-97 Gale Sayers, Jr. 99 vs. Nebraska, 11-9-63 3. Gale Sayers, So. 96 vs. Okla. State, 10-27-62 4. Walter Mack, Jr. 90 vs. Colorado, 11-15-80 5. John Riggins, So. 83† vs. Kansas St., 11-16-68 6. Gale Sayers, Sr. 81 vs. Wyoming, 10-3-64 7. Frank Hatchett, So. 80 vs. Okla. State, 11-12-88 Kerwin Bell, Fr. 80 vs. Okla. State, 10-25-80 Laverne Smith, Jr. 80 vs. Iowa State, 10-18-75 10. Laverne Smith, Sr. 79 vs. Wisconsin, 10-2-76 Nolan Cromwell, Jr. 79+ vs. Oregon St., 9-27-75 †non-scoring/+ longest rush by a quarterback

J A Y H A W K

Touchdowns

2006 1991 1996 1974 1970 1950 1993 2018 2007 1962 1975 1980 2012 2013 1989 1976

No.

Jon Cornish, Sr. Tony Sands, Sr. Laverne Smith, So. Wade Stinson, Jr. James Sims, Jr. Kerwin Bell, Fr.

C H A L K

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

No. Year

1,457 1,442 1,349 1,181 1,131 1,129 1,127 1,125 1,125 1,125 1,124 1,114 1,113 1,110 1,109 978

1. 3. 5.

R O C K

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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1,000-YARD RUSHING SEASONS 1,112 1980 KERWIN YARDS BELL, FR.

1,129 1950 WADE YARDS STINSON, JR. Texas Christian Denver Colorado Iowa State Oklahoma A&M Nebraska Utah Oklahoma Kansas State Missouri TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 15 54 11 63 15 91 24 119 7 116 15 121 24 239 23 114 11 110 22 102 167 1,129

TDS 0 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 1 14

1,125 GALE YARDS SAYERS, SO. 1962

Texas Christian Boston University Colorado Iowa State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Kansas State Nebraska California Missouri TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 27 114 11 73 14 122 14 94 9 23 22 283 17 156 15 107 12 81 17 72 158 1,125

ATT. YARDS 28 125 9 24 26 162 20 107 16 78 18 76 17 93 19 76 13 83 22 178 24 129 212 1,131

TDS 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 7

TDS 1 0 3 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 12

ATT. YARDS 17 119 18 151 15 102 20 135 17 139 10 25 13 48 22 171 17 172 12 30 15 79 176 1,171

TDS 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 5

1975 1,124 NOLAN YARDS CROMWELL, JR. Washington State Kentucky Oregon State Wisconsin Nebraska Iowa State Oklahoma State Kansas State Oklahoma Colorado Missouri TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 5 16 9 28 28 294 12 187 19 62 27 134 19 44 23 107 23 69 25 130 20 53 210 1,124

ATT. YARDS 20 69 14 27 21 103 32 143 18 69 35 156 25 149 38 216 -- DNP 17 157 8 25 228 1,112

TDS 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 7

1,109 TONY YARDS SANDS, SO. Montana State Louisville Kent State Baylor Oklahoma Iowa State Colorado Kansas State Oklahoma State Nebraska Missouri TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 20 102 11 19 22 146 9 52 21 63 11 43 22 115 31 217 14 54 26 86 29 215 216 1,109

TDS 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 3 11

ATT. YARDS 19 174 27 157 19 105 27 137 13 29 23 106 21 88 30 102 11 56 25 104 58 396 273 1,454

Florida State Western Carolina Michigan State Utah Colorado State Kansas State Iowa State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Nebraska Colorado Missouri TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 9 45 12 61 11 42 10 46 12 36 13 60 27 237 32 178 20 93 37 148 18 63 32 118 233 1,127

TDS 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 9

Ball State TCU Utah Oklahoma Texas Tech Colorado Nebraska Iowa State Kansas State Texas Missouri TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 28 187 31 201 41 216 27 63 22 43 26 80 DNP 40 226 19 42 44 209 24 82 302 1,349

TDS 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 8

Central Michigan Southeastern Louisiana Toledo Florida International Kansas State Baylor Colorado Texas A&M Nebraska Oklahoma State Iowa State Missouri Virginia Tech TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 16 110 11 60 12 52 13 105 12 81 10 53 7 44 21 183 25 119 25 132 9 70 14 42 15 75 190 1,126

TDS 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 2 4 2 0 2 0 17

Northern Illinois Kansas State Oklahoma State Oklahoma Texas Baylor Texas Tech Iowa State West Virginia TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 18 91 28 115 27 138 28 102 28 176 21 126 30 127 20 81 18 57 218 1,013

TDS 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 9

1,110 2013 JAMES YARDS SIMS, SR. TDS 0 2 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 1 1 2 12

1,349 1996 JUNE YARDS HENLEY, SR. TDS 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 9

ATT. YARDS 13 140 23 103 20 89 26 105 31 145 23 128 10 55 24 196 23 80 17 89 25 201 15 126 250 1,457

1,013 2012 JAMES YARDS SIMS, JR.

1,454 1991 TONY YARDS SANDS, SR. Toledo Tulsa New Mexico State Virginia Kansas State Iowa State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Nebraska Colorado Missouri TOTALS

Northwestern State Louisiana Monroe Toledo South Florida Nebraska Texas A&M Oklahoma State Baylor Colorado Iowa State Kansas State Missouri TOTALS

1,126 2007 BRANDON YARDS McANDERSON, SR.

1,127 1993 JUNE YARDS HENLEY, FR.

1,171 1974 LAVERNE YARDS SMITH, SO. Washington State Tennessee Florida State Texas A&M Kansas State Nebraska Iowa State Oklahoma State Colorado Oklahoma Missouri TOTALS

Oregon Pittsburgh Louisville Syracuse Nebraska Iowa State Oklahoma State Kansas State Oklahoma Colorado Missouri TOTALS

1989

1,131 1970 JOHN YARDS RIGGINS, SR. Washington State Texas Tech Syracuse New Mexico Kansas State Nebraska Iowa State Oklahoma State Colorado Oklahoma Missouri TOTALS

1,457 2006 JON YARDS CORNISH, SR.

South Dakota Rice Louisiana Tech Texas Tech TCU Oklahoma Baylor Texas Oklahoma State West Virginia Iowa State Kansas State TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 16 94 19 109 20 78 9 28 23 81 23 129 19 70 15 48 21 66 22 211 21 114 22 82 230 1,110

TDS 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 7

1,125 2018 POOKA YARDS WILLIAMS, FR. TDS 3 4 2 2 0 1 3 0 2 0 17

Central Michigan Rutgers Baylor Oklahoma State West Virginia Texas Tech TCU Iowa State Kansas State Oklahoma Texas TOTALS

ATT. YARDS 14 125 19 163 14 89 13 97 12 65 16 81 11 33 17 58 14 59 15 252 16 103 161 1,125

TDS 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 7


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DATE Dec. 16, 1961 Sept. 22, 1962 Oct. 6, 1962 Oct. 13, 1962 Oct. 27, 1962 Nov. 3, 1962 Nov. 10, 1962 Nov. 17, 1962 Sept. 28, 1963 Oct. 19, 1963 Oct. 26, 1963 Oct. 26, 1963 Nov. 9, 1963 Oct. 3, 1964 Oct. 10, 1964 Oct. 31, 1964 Nov. 20, 1965 Sept. 17, 1966 Oct. 29, 1966 Nov. 4, 1967 Sept. 28, 1968 Nov. 2, 1968 Nov. 2, 1968 Nov. 16, 1968 Nov. 22, 1969 Nov. 14, 1970 Nov. 21, 1970 Sept. 12, 1970 Sept. 26, 1970 Oct. 3, 1970 Sept. 11, 1971 Sept. 25, 1971 Oct. 9, 1971 Oct. 30, 1971 Sept. 23, 1972 Oct. 28, 1972 Nov. 4, 1972 Sept. 29, 1973 Oct. 13, 1973 Dec. 17, 1973 Sept. 14, 1974 Sept. 14, 1974 Sept. 21, 1974 Sept. 28, 1974 Sept. 28, 1974 Oct. 5, 1974 Oct. 5, 1974 Oct. 12, 1974 Nov. 2, 1974 Nov. 9, 1974 Sept. 27, 1975 Oct. 4, 1975 Oct. 18, 1975 Oct. 18, 1975 Nov. 1, 1975 Nov. 15,1975 Nov. 22, 1975 Nov. 22, 1975 Nov. 22, 1975 Sept. 4, 1976 Sept. 11, 1976 Oct. 2, 1976 Oct. 2, 1976 Nov. 13, 1976 Nov. 20, 1976 Nov. 20, 1976 Oct. 22, 1977 Nov. 5, 1977 Oct. 14, 1978 Sept. 29, 1979 Sept. 29, 1979 Oct. 20, 1979 Nov. 3, 1979 Nov. 3, 1979 Sept. 27, 1980 Oct. 4, 1980 Oct. 18, 1980 Oct. 25, 1980 Nov. 1, 1980

Nov. 8, 1980 Nov. 15, 1980 Nov. 15, 1980 Sept. 19, 1981 Nov. 7, 1981 Nov. 14, 1981 Nov. 21, 1981 Nov. 6, 1982 Oct. 15, 1983 Nov. 5, 1983 Sept. 8, 1984 Oct. 13, 1984 Nov. 3, 1984 Oct. 19, 1985 Sept. 27, 1986 Nov. 7, 1987 Nov. 14, 1987 Nov. 5, 1988 Nov. 12, 1988 Nov. 12, 1988 Sept. 2, 1989 Sept. 16, 1989 Oct. 21, 1989 Oct. 28, 1989 Nov. 18, 1989 Oct. 6, 1990 Oct. 27, 1990 Nov. 10, 1990 Nov. 17, 1990 Nov. 17, 1990 Sept. 7, 1991 Sept. 14, 1991 Sept. 21, 1991 Oct. 19, 1991 Oct. 5, 1991 Nov. 2, 1991 Nov. 16, 1991 Nov. 23, 1991 Sept. 24, 1992 Oct. 10, 1992 Oct. 24, 1992 Oct. 24, 1992 Nov. 2, 1992 Nov. 16, 1992 Nov. 23, 1992 Oct. 9, 1993 Oct. 16, 1993 Oct. 23, 1993 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 20, 1993 Sept. 1, 1994 Sept. 17, 1994 Oct. 15, 1994 Oct. 29, 1994 Nov. 19, 1994 Sept. 14, 1995 Sept. 14, 1995 Sept. 23, 1995 Oct. 7, 1995 Oct. 14, 1995 Oct. 21, 1995 Nov. 4, 1995 Aug. 29, 1996 Sept. 14, 1996 Sept. 28, 1996 Nov. 2, 1996 Nov. 16, 1996 Sept. 13, 1997 Oct. 4, 1997 Nov. 1, 1997 Oct. 24, 1998 Nov. 7, 1998 Sept. 11, 1999 Oct. 9, 1999 Oct. 23, 1999 Nov. 6, 1999 Nov. 13, 1999 Oct. 28, 2000 Oct. 6, 2001 Nov. 24, 2001 Sept. 14, 2002

177 Bill Whittemore*, Jr. Tulsa Sept. 28, 2002 121 Bill Whittemore*, Jr. Colorado Oct. 12, 2002 160 Clark Green, Fr. Oklahoma State Nov. 16, 2002 117 Clark Green, So. UNLV Sept. 6, 2003 108 Clark Green, So. Jacksonville St. Sept. 20, 2003 103 Clark Green, So. Colorado Oct. 11, 2003 104 John Randle, So. Toledo Sept. 11, 2004
 105 John Randle, So. Nebraska Oct. 2, 2004 105 John Randle, So. Kansas State Oct. 9, 2004 118 Clark Green, Jr. Missouri Nov. 20, 2004 107 Clark Green, Sr. Florida Atlantic Sept. 3, 2005 103 Jon Cornish, Jr. Appalachian St. Sept. 10, 2005 111 Jon Cornish, Jr. Texas Tech Oct. 1, 2005 125 Clark Green, Sr. Missouri Oct. 29, 2005 100 Clark Green, Sr. Nebraska Nov. 5, 2005 101 Jon Cornish, Jr. Nebraska Nov. 5, 2005 101 Jon Cornish, Jr. Houston Dec. 23, 2005 140 Jon Cornish, Sr. Northwestern St. Sept. 2, 2006 103 Jon Cornish, Sr. Louisiana Monroe Sept. 9, 2006 105 Jon Cornish, Sr. South Florida Sept. 23, 2006 145 Jon Cornish, Sr. Nebraska Sept. 30, 2006 128 Jon Cornish, Sr. Texas A&M Oct. 7, 2006 196 Jon Cornish, Sr. Baylor Oct. 21, 2006 201 Jon Cornish, Sr. Kansas State Nov. 18, 2006 126 Jon Cornish, Sr. Missouri Nov. 25, 2006 110 B. McAnderson, Sr. Central Michigan Sept. 1, 2007 106 Jake Sharp, So. Central Michigan Sept. 1, 2007 127 Jake Sharp, So. Toledo Sept. 15, 2007 105 B. McAnderson, Sr. FIU Sept. 22, 2007 110 Jake Sharp, So. Baylor Oct. 13, 2007 183 B. McAnderson, Sr. Texas A&M Oct. 27, 2007 119 B. McAnderson, Sr. Nebraska Nov. 3, 2007 132 B. McAnderson, Sr. Oklahoma State Nov. 10, 2007 118 Jake Sharp, Jr. Colorado Oct. 11, 2008 103 Jake Sharp, Jr. Oklahoma Oct. 18, 2008 181 Jake Sharp, Jr. Kansas State Nov. 1, 2008 123 Jake Sharp, Sr. No. Colorado Sept. 5, 2009 104 Jake Sharp, Sr. UTEP Sept 12, 2009 109 Toben Opurum, Fr. So. Mississippi Sept. 26, 2009 101 James Sims, Fr. Georgia Tech Sept. 11, 2010 115 James Sims, Fr. New Mexico St. Sept. 25, 2010 123 James Sims, Fr. Colorado Nov. 6, 2010 104 James Sims, So. McNeese State Sept. 3, 2011 117 James Sims, So. Northern Illinois Sept. 10, 2011 101 Brandon Bourbon, Fr. Texas Tech Oct. 1, 2011 109 Darrian Miller, Fr. Baylor Nov. 12, 2011 121 Taylor Cox, So. South Dakota St. Sept. 1, 2012 124 Tony Pierson, So. South Dakota St. Sept. 1, 2012 120 Tony Pierson, So. Rice Sept. 8, 2012 115 James Sims, Jr. Kansas State Oct. 6, 2012 138 James Sims, Jr. Oklahoma State Oct. 13, 2012 102 James Sims, Jr. Oklahoma Oct. 20, 2012 176 James Sims, Jr. Texas Oct. 27, 2012 126 James Sims, Jr. Baylor Nov. 3, 2012 127 James Sims, Jr. Texas Tech Nov. 10, 2012 202 Tony Pierson, So. Texas Tech Nov. 10, 2012 109 James Sims, Sr. Rice Sept. 14, 2013 129 James Sims, Sr. Oklahoma Oct. 19, 2013 211 James Sims, Sr. West Virginia Nov. 16, 2013 114 James Sims, Sr. Iowa State Nov. 13, 2013 121 De’Andre Mann, Jr. SEMO Sept. 6, 2014 103 Corey Avery, Fr. Iowa State Nov. 8, 2014 101 Tony Pierson, Sr. Iowa State Nov. 8, 2014 157 Ke’aun Kinner, Jr. S. Dakota St. Sept. 5, 2015 113 Ke’aun Kinner, Jr. Memphis Sept. 12, 2015 107 De’Andre Mann, Sr. Texas Tech Oct. 17, 2015 145 Ke’aun Kinner, Sr. Oklahoma State Oct. 22, 2016 152 Ke’aun Kinner, Sr. Iowa State Nov. 12, 2016 137 Khalil Herbert, So. Ohio Sept. 16, 2017 291 Khalil Herbert. So. West Virginia Sept. 23, 2017 125 Pooka Williams Jr., Central Michigan Sept. 8, 2018 163 Pooka Williams Jr., Rutgers Sept. 15, 2018 252 Pooka Williams Jr., Oklahoma Nov. 17, 2018 103 Pooka Williams Jr., Texas Nov. 23, 2018 * - Indicates quarterback

J A Y H A W K

YDS. PLAYER OPPONENT 107 Ken Coleman, So. Rice 114 Gale Sayers, So. Texas Christian 122 Gale Sayers, So. Colorado 105 Roger McFarland, Sr. Iowa State 283 Gale Sayers, So. Oklahoma State 156 Gale Sayers, So. Kansas State 107 Gale Sayers, So. Nebraska 142 Arman Baughman, So. California 122 Gale Sayers, Jr. Syracuse 110 Gale Sayers, Jr. Oklahoma 104 Gale Sayers, Jr. Oklahoma State 100 Steve Renko, So. Oklahoma State 144 Gale Sayers, Jr. Nebraska 129 Gale Sayers, Sr. Wyoming 109 Ron Oelschlager, Sr. Iowa State 110 Gale Sayers, Sr. Kansas State 112 Daniel Miller, Jr. Missouri 134 Donnie Shanklin, So. Texas Tech 114 Donnie Shanklin, So. Kansas State 122 Bobby Douglass*, Jr. Kansas State 159 Donnie Shanklin, Sr. Indiana 162 John Riggins, So. Colorado 108 Bobby Douglass*, Sr. Colorado 189 John Riggins, So. Kansas State 111 Ron Jessie, Jr. Missouri 178 John Riggins, Sr. Oklahoma 129 John Riggins, Sr. Missouri 125 John Riggins, Sr. Washington St. 162 John Riggins, Sr. Syracuse 107 John Riggins, Sr. New Mexico 113 Jerome Nelloms, Jr. Washington St. 101 Delvin Williams, So. Florida State 102 Delvin Williams, So. Kansas State 133 Jerome Nelloms, Jr. Oklahoma State 112 Delvin Williams, Jr. Wyoming 114 Robert Miller, So. Iowa State 112 Jerome Nelloms, Sr. Oklahoma State 105 Delvin Williams, Sr. Minnesota 117 Delvin Williams, Sr. Kansas State 104 Robert Miller, Jr. NC State 119 Laverne Smith, So. Washington St. 180 Robert Miller, Sr. Washington St. 151 Laverne Smith, So. Tennessee 102 Laverne Smith, So. Florida State 104 Robert Miller, Sr. Florida State 135 Laverne Smith, So. Texas A&M 142 Robert Miller, Sr. Texas A&M 139 Laverne Smith, So. Kansas State 171 Laverne Smith, So. Oklahoma State 182 Laverne Smith, So. Colorado 294 Nolan Cromwell*, Jr. Oregon State 187 Nolan Cromwell*, Jr. Wisconsin 134 Nolan Cromwell*, Jr. Iowa State 169 Laverne Smith, Jr. Iowa State 107 Nolan Cromwell*, Jr. Kansas State 130 Nolan Cromwell*, Jr. Colorado 113 Dennis Wright, Jr. Missouri 120 Norris Banks, So. Missouri 236 Laverne Smith, Jr. Missouri 113 Nolan Cromwell*, Sr. Oregon State 142 Laverne Smith, Sr. Washington St. 115 Laverne Smith, Sr. Wisconsin 123 Nolan Cromwell*, Sr. Wisconsin 131 Laverne Smith, Sr. Colorado 111 Mark Vicendese, So. Missouri 150 Laverne Smith, Sr. Missouri 128 Billy Campfield, Sr. Oklahoma State 101 Max Ediger, Jr. Kansas State 100 Harry Sydney, So. Oklahoma 101 Harry Sydney, Jr. North Texas 124 Walter Mack, So. North Texas 121 Harry Sydney, Jr. Iowa State 110 Harry Sydney, Jr. Kansas State 165 Mike Higgins, Sr. Kansas State 103 Kerwin Bell, So. Louisville 143 Kerwin Bell, So. Syracuse 156 Kerwin Bell, So. Iowa State 149 Kerwin Bell, So. Oklahoma State 216 Kerwin Bell, So. Kansas State

ATT. . YARDS 72 376 58 277 44 189 109 294 87 241 111 293 42 180 80 300 76 360 112 459 86 483 96 368 86 510 167 1,129 136 649 93 469 83 369 94 339 107 459 134 638 127 505 103 391 91 472 73 488 130 656 158 1,125 132 917 122 633 66 356 182 732 175 415 139 866 170 662 209 1,131 102 509 179 684 198 762 176 1,181 218 1,124 148 978 162 655 68 270 123 541 228 1,114 167 728 110 370 115 498 172 776 172 373 163 672 184 691 103 480 216 1,109 186 757 273 1,442 198 899 233 1,127 128 803 156 841 302 1,349 196 796 209 974 123 595 163 701 181 739 197 813 204 968 147 572 134 780 250 1,457 190 1,125 186 860 133 554 166 742 182 727 218 1,013 230 1,110 151 631 134 566 140 738 120 663 161 1,125

Oklahoma Colorado Colorado Kentucky Iowa State Colorado Missouri Iowa State Kansas State Colorado Wichita State Kansas State Colorado Kansas State Indiana State Kansas State Oklahoma State Kansas State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Montana State Kent State Colorado Kansas State Missouri Iowa State Kansas State Nebraska Missouri Missouri Toledo Tulsa New Mexico St. Iowa State Virginia Oklahoma State Colorado Missouri California Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma State Colorado Missouri Kansas State Iowa State Oklahoma Nebraska Missouri Missouri Houston Texas Christian Iowa State Oklahoma State Missouri Texas Christian Texas Christian Houston Colorado Iowa State Oklahoma Missouri Ball State Texas Christian Utah Iowa State Texas Missouri Oklahoma Iowa State Colorado North Texas CS Northridge Kansas State Missouri Baylor Oklahoma State Texas Tech Texas Tech Wyoming SMS

C H A L K

YEAR PLAYER 1937 Clarence Douglass, So. 1938 Dick Amerine, So. 1939 Ed Hall, So. 1940 Ed Hall, Jr. 1941 Ray Niblo, So. 1942 Ray Evans, Jr. 1943 Bob George 1944 Charlie Moffatt, So. 1945 Dick Bertuzzi, Fr. 1946 Ray Evans, Sr. 1947 Forrest Griffith, So. 1948 Forrest Griffith, Jr. 1949 Bud French, Sr. 1950 Wade Stinson, Jr. 1951 Bob Brandeberry, Jr. 1952 Charlie Hoag, Sr. 1953 Don Hess, Jr. 1954 Bud Laughlin, Sr. 1955 John Francisco, So. 1956 Homer Floyd, So. 1957 Homer Floyd, Jr. 1958 Homer Floyd, Sr. 1959 Curtis McClinton, So. 1960 Bert Coan, So. 1961 Ken Coleman, So. 1962 Gale Sayers, So. 1963 Gale Sayers, Jr. 1964 Gale Sayers, Sr. 1965 Dan Miller, Jr. 1966 Donnie Shanklin, So. 1967 Bobby Douglass, Sr. 1968 John Riggins, So. 1969 John Riggins, Jr. 1970 John Riggins, Sr. 1971 Delvin Williams, So. 1972 Jerome Nelloms, Sr. 1973 Delvin Williams, Sr. 1974 Laverne Smith, So. 1975 Nolan Cromwell, Jr. 1976 Laverne Smith, Sr. 1977 Norris Banks, Sr. 1978 Mike Higgins, Jr. 1979 Harry Sydney, Jr. 1980 Kerwin Bell, Fr. 1981 Garfield Taylor, So. 1982 Dino Bell, So. 1983 Kerwin Bell, Sr. 1984 Lynn Williams, Jr. 1985 Lynn Williams, Sr. 1986 Arnold Snell, So. 1987 Arnold Snell, Jr. 1988 Tony Sands, Fr. 1989 Tony Sands, So. 1990 Tony Sands, Jr. 1991 Tony Sands, Sr. 1992 Maurice Douglas, Sr. 1993 June Henley, Fr. 1994 L.T. Levine, Jr. 1995 L.T. Levine, Sr. 1996 June Henley, Sr. 1997 Eric Vann, Sr. 1998 David Winbush, So. 1999 David Winbush, Jr. 2000 David Winbush, Sr. 2001 Reggie Duncan, So. 2002 Clark Green, Fr. 2003 Clark Green, So. 2004 John Randle, So. 2005 Jon Cornish, Jr. 2006 Jon Cornish, Sr. 2007 Brandon McAnderson, Sr. 2008 Jake Sharp, Jr. 2009 Toben Opurum, Fr. 2010 James Sims, Fr. 2011 James Sims, So. 2012 James Sims, Jr. 2013 James Sims, Sr. 2014 Corey Avery, Fr. 2015 Ke’aun Kinner, Jr. 2016 Ke’aun Kinner, Sr. 2017 Khalil Herbert, So. 2018 Pooka Williams Jr., Fr.

100 Garfield Taylor, Fr. 139 Walter Mack, Jr. 157 Kerwin Bell, So. 135 Garfield Taylor, So. 101 Frank Seurer*, So. 123 Garfield Taylor, So. 103 Garfield Taylor, So. 112 E.J. Jones, Jr. 114 Kerwin Bell, Sr. 103 Robert Mimbs, So. 150 Robert Mimbs, Jr. 119 Lynn Williams, Jr. 120 Lynn Williams, Jr. 100 Arnold Snell, Fr. 168 Arnold Snell, So. 124 Arnold Snell, Jr. 100 Arnold Snell, Jr. 122 Tony Sands, Fr. 112 Frank Hatchett, So. 177 Tony Sands, Fr. 102 Tony Sands, So. 146 Tony Sands, So. 115 Tony Sands, So. 217 Tony Sands, So. 215 Tony Sands, So. 169 Tony Sands, Jr. 102 Chip Hilleary*, So. 120 Chaka Johnson, So. 123 Tony Sands, Jr. 105 Chaka Johnson, So. 174 Tony Sands, Sr. 157 Tony Sands, Sr. 105 Tony Sands, Sr. 106 Tony Sands, Sr. 137 Tony Sands, Sr. 102 Tony Sands, Sr. 104 Tony Sands, Sr. 396 Tony Sands, Sr. 113 Chip Hilleary, So. 127 Maurice Douglas, Sr. 115 Maurice Douglas, Sr. 110 Monte Cozzens, Sr. 101 Monte Cozzens, Sr. 103 Maurice Douglas, Sr. 180 Maurice Douglas, Sr. 115 L.T. Levine, So. 237 June Henley, Fr. 178 June Henley, Fr. 148 June Henley, Fr. 118 June Henley, Fr. 119 Mark Sanders, Fr. 117 June Henley, So. 118 June Henley, So. 135 Mark Sanders, So. 161 L.T. Levine, Jr. 221 L.T. Levine, Jr. 134 L.T. Levine, Sr. 160 June Henley, Jr. 105 L.T. Levine, Sr. 137 June Henley, Jr. 116 L.T. Levine, Sr. 101 L.T. Levine, Sr. 100 L.T. Levine, Sr. 187 June Henley, Sr. 201 June Henley, Sr. 216 June Henley, Sr. 226 June Henley, Sr. 209 June Henley, Sr. 137 Eric Vann, Sr. 137 Eric Vann, Sr. 126 Eric Vann, Sr. 268 David Winbush, So. 131 David Winbush, So. 134 David Winbush, Jr. 101 Mitch Bowles, Sr. 106 Moran Norris, Jr. 111 David Winbush, Jr. 118 Moran Norris, Jr. 120 David Winbush, Sr. 227 Reggie Duncan, So. 168 Reggie Duncan, So. 131 Clark Green, Fr.

R O C K

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

RECORD BOOK

YEARLY LEADERS


2 01 9

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KANSAS

F O OT B A L L

CAREER PASSING LEADERS

1

2006-09 | Austin, Texas | Lake Travis HS

TODD REESING

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

3 13 13 12 41

2

24 446 495 496 1,461

14 276 329 313 932

58.3 61.9 66.5 63.1 63.3

204 3,486 3,888 3,616 11,194

3 33 32 22 90

LONG

3 7 13 10 33

42 Colorado 82 Oklahoma St. 69 Oklahoma 74 Missouri 82 OKLAHOMA ST.

10 11 10 11 42

FRANK SEURER 146 176 259 353 934

64 89 127 187 467

43.8 50.5 49.0 53.0 50.0

797 1,199 1,625 2,789 6,410

5 4 7 14 30

11 11 15 19 56

LONG 72 Colorado 62 Colorado 80 Oklahoma St. 74 USC 80 OKLAHOMA ST.

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 3 9 11 11 34

87 144 258 256 745

48 72 131 141 392

55.2 50.2 50.8 55.1 52.6

432 981 1,844 2,125 5,382

0 3 9 12 24

7 12 13 13 45

LONG 29 Missouri 98 Colorado 89 Nebraska 80 Nebraska 98 COLORADO

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 6 11 11 28

5

137 287 330 754

64 153 172 389

46.7 53.3 52.1 51.6

748 2,253 2,131 5,132

7 15 13 35

8 21 9 38

1984 1985 TOTALS

11 12 23

LONG 50 Kansas State 61 Colorado 57 Oklahoma 61 COLORADO

1984-85 | LaCrescenta, Calif. | Crescenta Valley HS

239 408 647

136 227 363

56.9 55.6 56.1

1,682 2,995 4,677

9 15 24

6 11 17

9 224 188 215 636

2 129 98 106 335

22.0 57.6 52.1 49.3 52.7

18 1,730 1,267 1,583 4,598

0 7 6 12 25

0 11 5 11 27

2002-03 | Brentwood, Tenn. | Brentwood HS/UT-Martin/Fort Scott CC

BILL WHITTEMORE

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 2002 2003 TOTALS

9 10 19

305 263 568

151 159 310

49.5 60.5 54.5

1,666 2,385 4,051

11 18 29

6 6 12

12 11 23

1999-2000 | Santa Monica, Calif. | Santa Monica HS/Santa Monica CC

DYLEN SMITH 263 306 569

135 140 275

51.3 45.8 48.3

1,599 1,963 3,562

12 10 22

7 11 18

9 12 21

LONG 77 Nebraska 77 Oklahoma 77 NEB./OKLA.

2010-11 | Union, Mo. | Union HS

JORDAN WEBB

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 2010 2011 TOTALS

LONG

39 UNLV 74 Northwestern 74 NORTHWESTERN

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 1999 2000 TOTALS

LONG 16 Oklahoma 72 Oklahoma St. 50 Nebraska 66 Colorado 72 OKLAHOMA ST.

121 179 300

214 281 495

56.5 36.7 60.6

1,195 1,884 3,079

7 13 20

8 12 20

10 ADAM BARMANN

LONG

43 New Mexico State 68 Oklahoma State 68 OKLAHOMA STATE

2003-06 | Weston, Mo.| West Platte HS

MIKE NORSETH

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT

5 11 11 11 38

9

4 DAVID JAYNES

1971-73 | Bonner Springs, Kan. | Bonner Springs HS

1971 1972 1973 TOTALS

1989 1990 1991 1992 TOTALS

8

3 KELLY DONOHOE

1986-89 | Harrisonville, Mo. | Harrisonville HS

1986 1987 1988 1989 TOTALS

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT

7

1980-83 | Huntington Beach, Calif. | Edison HS

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 1980 1981 1982 1983 TOTALS

6 CHIP HILLEARY

1989-92 | Westerville, Ohio | North HS

LONG 87 Missouri 65 Vanderbilt 87 MISSOURI

YEAR G ATT CMP PCT YARDS TDS INT 2003 2004 2005 2006 TOTALS

4 8 4 7 23

85 262 30 150 527

57 141 16 82 296

67.1 53.8 53.3 54.7 56.2

564 1,427 118 911 3,020

4 12 0 3 19

5 9 1 6 21

LONG 48 Texas A&M 78 Oklahoma 16 Florida Atlantic 46 Nebraska 78 OKLAHOMA


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CAREER RECORDS

Completions 1. Todd Reesing 2. Frank Seurer 3. Kelly Donohoe 4. David Jaynes 5. Mike Norseth 6. Chip Hilleary 7. Peyton Bender 8. Bill Whittemore 9. Jordan Webb 10. Adam Barmann

No. 932 467 392 389 363 335 331 310 300 296

Years 2006-09 1980-83 1986-89 1971-73 1984-85 1989-92 2017-18 2002-03 2010-11 2003-06

Attempts 1. Todd Reesing 2. Frank Seurer 3. David Jaynes 4. Kelly Donohoe 5. Mike Norseth 6. Chip Hilleary 7. Peyton Bender 8. Dylen Smith 9. Bill Whittemore 10. Adam Barmann

No. 1,461 934 754 745 647 636 594 569 568 527

Years 2006-09 1980-83 1971-73 1986-89 1984-85 1989-92 2017-18 1999-2000 2002-03 2003-06

Touchdown Passes 1. Todd Reesing 2. David Jaynes 3. Frank Seurer 4. Bill Whittemore 5. Chip Hilleary 6. Kelly Donohoe Mike Norseth 8. Peyton Bender 9. Dylen Smith 10. Jordan Webb Bobby Douglass

No. 90 35 30 29 25 24 24 23 22 20 20

Years 2006-09 1971-73 1980-83 2002-03 1989-92 1986-89 1984-85 2017-18 1999-2000 2010-11 1966-68

Percentage (min. 300 att.) Pct. 1. Todd Reesing 63.3 (932-of-1,461) 2. Mark Williams 62.5 (195-of-312) 3. Jordan Webb 60.6 (300-of-495) 4. Carter Stanley 58.7 (228-of-388) 4. Asheiki Preston 58.1 (185-of-318) 6. Adam Barmann 56.2 (296-of-527) 7. Mike Norseth 56.1 (363-of-647) 8. Ryan Willis 54.6 (236-of-432) 9. Bill Whittemore 54.5 (310-of-568) 10. Montell Cozart 54.4 (265-of-487) 11. Michael Cummings 53.5 (183-of-342) 12. Chip Hilleary 52.7 (335-of-636) Yards Per Game 1. 273.0 - Todd Reesing (41 games), 2006-09 2. 213.2 - Bill Whittemore (19 games), 2002-03 3. 203.3 - Mike Norseth (23 games), 1984-85 400-Yard Passing Games No. 1. Todd Reesing 4 2. Seven Players With One (Most recent: Carter Stanley vs. Kansas State, 2017)

Years 2006-09 1994-95 2010-11 2016-Present 1990-94 2003-06 1984-85 2015-16 2002-03 2013-16 2012-15 1989-92

Years 2006-09

200-Yard Passing Games 1. Todd Reesing 2. Bill Whittemore 3. Mike Norseth Frank Seurer 5. Kelly Donohoe David Jaynes 7. Adam Barmann

No. 32 13 12 12 10 10 8

Years 2006-08 2002-03 1984-85 1980-83 1986-89 1971-73 2003-06

Most Career Yards vs. One Opponent 1,285 - Todd Reesing (4 games) vs. Missouri, 2006-09 Consecutive Games Completing a Pass 42 - Frank Seurer (10 games in 1980, 11 games in 1981, 10 games in 1982 and 11 games in 1983) Most Consecutive Games With a TD Pass 24 - Todd Reesing (last five games of 2007, all 13 games in 2008 and first six games in 2009)

SEASON RECORDS Total Yards 1. Todd Reesing, Jr. 2. Todd Reesing, Sr. 3. Todd Reesing, So. 4. Mike Norseth, Sr. 5. Frank Seurer, Sr. 6. Bill Whittemore, Sr. 7. David Jaynes, Jr. 8. David Jaynes, Sr. 9. Kelly Donohoe, Sr. 10. Dylen Smith, Sr. 11. Mark Williams, Sr. 12. Peyton Bender, Sr. 13. Jordan Webb, So. 14. Kelly Donohoe, Jr. 15. Chip Hilleary, So. 16. Ryan Willis, Fr. 17. Michael Cummings, Jr. 18. Mike Norseth, Jr. 19. Bill Whittemore, Jr. 20. Frank Seurer, Jr.

Yards 3,888 3,616 3,486 2,995 2,789 2,385 2,253 2,131 2,125 1,963 1,957 1,894 1,884 1,844 1,730 1,719 1,715 1,682 1,666 1,625

Year 2008 2009 2007 1985 1983 2003 1972 1973 1989 2000 1995 2018 2011 1988 1990 2015 2014 1984 2002 1982

Completions 1. Todd Reesing, Jr. 2. Todd Reesing, Sr. 3. Todd Reesing, So. 4. Mike Norseth, Sr. 5. Frank Seurer, Sr. 6. Peyton Bender, Sr. 7. Jordan Webb, So. 8. Mark Williams, Sr. 9. David Jaynes, Sr. 10. Ryan Willis, Fr.

No. 329 313 276 227 187 183 179 174 172 164

Year 2008 2009 2007 1985 1983 2018 2011 1995 1973 2015

Attempts 1. Todd Reesing, Sr. 2. Todd Reesing, Jr. 3. Todd Reesing, So. 4. Mike Norseth, Sr. 5. Frank Seurer, Sr. 6. David Jaynes, Sr. 7. Peyton Bender, Sr. 8. Ryan Willis, Fr. 9. Dylen Smith, Sr. 10. Bill Whittemore, Jr.

No. 496 495 446 408 353 330 321 315 306 305

Year 2009 2008 2007 1985 1983 1973 2018 2015 2000 2002

Touchdown Passes 1. Todd Reesing, So. 2. Todd Reesing, Jr. 3. Todd Reesing, Sr. 4. Bill Whittemore, Sr. 5. Mike Norseth, Sr.

No. 33 32 22 18 15

Year 2007 2008 2009 2003 1985

TODD REESING 7. 10.

David Jaynes, Jr. Mark Williams, Sr. Frank Seurer, Sr. Dick Gilman, Jr. Peyton Bender, Sr. Jordan Webb, So. Kerry Meier, Fr.

15 14 14 14 13 13 13

Percentage (min. 100 att.) Pct. 1. Todd Reesing, Jr. 66.5 (329-of-495) 2. Jordan Webb, So. 63.7 (179-of-281) 3. Todd Reesing, Sr. 63.1 (313-of-496) 4. Montell Cozart, Jr. 62.9 (66-of-105) 5. Todd Reesing. So. 61.9 (276-of-446) 6. Mark Williams, Sr. 61.7 (174-of-282) 7. Ryan Willis, So. 61.5 (72-of-117) 8. Asheiki Preston, Jr. 61.0 (97-of-159) 9. Bill Whittemore, Sr. 60.5 (159-of-263) 10. Carter Stanley, RFr. 59.6 (93-of-156) 11. Montell Cozart, RJr. 58.6 (112-of-191) 12. Chip Hilleary, So. 57.6 (129-of-224) 13. Peyton Bender, Sr. 57.0 (183-of-321) 14. Mike Norseth, Jr. 56.9 (136-of-239) Yards Per Game Yards 1. Todd Reesing, Sr. 301.3 2. Todd Reesing, Jr. 299.1 3. Todd Reesing, So. 268.2 4. Frank Seurer, Sr. 253.5 5. Mike Norseth, Sr. 249.6

1972 1995 1983 1948 2018 2011 2006 Year 2008 2011 2009 2015 2007 1995 2016 1993 2003 2016 2016 1990 2018 1984 Year 2009 2008 2007 1983 1985

400-Yard Games No. 1. Todd Reesing, Sr. 3 2. Seven Players With One (Most recent: Carter Stanley vs. Kansas State, 2017)

Year 2009

300-Yard Games 1. Todd Reesing, Jr. 2. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, So. 4. Mike Norseth, Sr. Frank Seurer, Sr.

No. 8 5 5 4 4

Year 2008 2009 2007 1985 1983

200-Yard Games 1. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, Jr. 3. Todd Reesing, So. 4. Bill Whittemore, Sr. Mike Norseth, Sr.

No. 11 11 10 8 8

Year 2009 2008 2007 2003 1985

Consecutive 200-Yard Passing Games 12 - Todd Reesing (last 5 of 2007, first 7 of 2008) 11 - Todd Reesing (last 4 of 2008, first 7 of 2009) 9 - Mike Norseth (last 4 of 1984, first 5 of 1985) Consecutive Games Throwing a TD Pass 1. Todd Reesing, Jr. 13 -2008 2. Todd Reesing, So. .7-2007 3. Ryan Willis, Fr. 6-2015 Todd Reesing, Sr. .6-2009 Kerry Meier, Fr. .6-2006 Bill Whittemore, Jr. .6-2002 Bobby Douglass, Sr. .6-1968

J A Y H A W K

Years 2006-09 1980-83 1986-89 1971-73 1984-85 1989-92 2002-03 1999-2000 2010-11 2003-06 1966-68 2013-16 1995-99 2015-16 1991-94 2016-Present 1983-84, 86-87 1941-42, 46-47

Years 2006-09 1984-85 1980-83 2017-18 1971-73

C H A L K

Yards 11,194 6,410 5,382 5,132 4,677 4,598 4,051 3,562 3,079 3,020 2,817 2,755 2,640 2,530 2,401 2,371 2,369 2,368

No. 18 4 4 3 3

R O C K

Total Yards 1. Todd Reesing 2. Frank Seurer 3. Kelly Donohoe 4. David Jaynes 5. Mike Norseth 6. Chip Hilleary 7. Bill Whittemore 8. Dylen Smith 9. Jordan Webb 10. Adam Barmann 11. Bobby Douglass 12. Montell Cozart 13. Zac Wegner 14. Ryan Willis 15. Asheiki Preston 16. Carter Stanley 17. Mike Orth 18. Ray Evans

300-Yard Passing Games 1. Todd Reesing 2. Mike Norseth Frank Seurer 4. Peyton Bender David Jaynes

RECORD BOOK

PASSING


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PASSING GAME RECORDS

Total Yards 1. Todd Reesing, Sr. 2. Mike Norseth, Sr. 3. Todd Reesing, Sr. 4. Bill Whittemore, Sr. 5. Carter Stanley, So. 6. Todd Reesing, Jr. 7. Kelly Donohoe, Sr. 8. Adam Barmann, Sr. 9. Todd Reesing, Sr. David Jaynes, Jr. 11. Frank Seurer, Sr. David Jaynes, Sr. 13. Frank Seurer, Sr. 14. Todd Reesing, Jr. 15. Todd Reesing, Jr. 16. Todd Reesing, So. 17. Peyton Bender, Jr. 18. Todd Reesing, So. Frank Seurer, Sr. 20. Todd Reesing, So. 21. Ryan Willis, So. 22. Peyton Bender, Jr. 23. Todd Reesing, Sr. 24. Michael Cummings, Jr. 25. Todd Reesing, Sr. Completions 1. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, Jr. Todd Reesing, Jr. 5. Ryan Willis, Fr. David Jaynes, Sr. 7. Todd Reesing, Jr. 8. Peyton Bender, Jr. Todd Reesing, Jr. 10. Ryan Willis, So. 11. Todd Reesing, So. Adam Barmann, So. 13. Mike Orth, Sr. 14. Todd Reesing, So. Mike Norseth, Sr. Percentage (Min. 10 Comp.) 1. Dylen Smith, Jr. 2. Asheiki Preston, Jr. Steve Smith, Jr. Brian Bethke, Sr. 5. Todd Reesing, Jr. 6. Asheiki Preston, Sr. 7. Todd Reesing, So. 8. Bill Whittemore, Sr. Kelly Donohoe, Sr. 10. Todd Reesing, Jr. Consecutive Completions 1. Todd Reesing, Jr. 2. Mark Williams, Sr. Mike Norseth, Sr.

Yards 498 480 442 422 418 412 411 405 401 401 394 394 385 381 375 368 364 354 354 349 348 343 338 332 331

Opponent, Date vs. Missouri, 11-28-09 vs. Vanderbilt, 9-14-85 vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09 vs. Colorado, 10-11-03 vs. Kansas State, 10-28-17 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-6-08 vs. Iowa State, 10-7-89 vs. Nebraska, 9-30-06 vs. Colorado 10-17-09 vs. Washington St. 9-9-72 vs. Colorado, 11-5-83 vs. Tennessee, 10-6-73 vs. USC, 9-24-83 vs. South Florida, 9-12-08 vs. Missouri, 11-29-08 vs. FIU, 9-22-07 vs. SEMO, 9-2-17 vs. Nebraska, 11-3-07 vs. Missouri, 11-19-83 vs. Missouri, 11-24-07 vs. TCU, 10-8-16 vs. Ohio, 9-16-17 vs. Duke, 9-19-09 vs. TCU, 11-15-14 vs. Southern Miss., 9-26-09

No. 37 37 37 37 35 35 34 32 32 31 30 30 29 28 28

Opponent, Date vs. Missouri, 11-28-09 vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09 vs. Missouri, 11-29-08 vs. FIU, 8-30-08 vs. Texas Tech, 10-17-15 vs. Tennessee, 10-6-73 vs. South Florida, 9-12-08 vs. Central Michigan, 9-9-17 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-6-08 vs. TCU, 10-8-16 vs. Nebraska, 11-3-07 vs. Northwestern, 9-18-04 vs. North Carolina, 9-13-86 vs. Missouri, 11-24-07 vs. Florida State, 9-28-85

Pct. (C-A) 86.7 (13-15) 85.7 (12-14) 85.7 (12-14) 85.7 (12-14) 84.2 (32-38) 82.4 (14-17) 80.7 (21-26) 80.0 (12-15) 80.0 (12-15) 79.4 (27-34)

Opponent, Date vs. CS-Northridge, 9-11-99 vs. Colorado St., 10-2-93 vs. Syracuse, 10-4-80 vs. Kansas State, 11-3-79 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-6-08 vs. Houston, 9-1-94 vs. Iowa State, 11-17-07 vs. Wyoming, 9-13-03 vs. Kent State, 9-16-89 vs. Colorado, 10-11-08

No. 14 12 12

Opponent, Date vs. Minnesota, 12-31-08 vs. Iowa State, 10-14-95 vs. Florida State, 9-28-85

Attempts 1. Peyton Bender, Jr. 2. David Jaynes, Sr. 3. Todd Reesing, Sr. 4. Adam Barmann, Sr. 5. Todd Reesing, Jr. Frank Seurer, Sr. 7. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, Jr. Todd Reesing, Jr. 10. Ryan Willis, Fr. Jason Swanson, Sr. Mike Orth, Sr. 13. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, So. Adam Barmann, So. 16. Carter Stanley, So. Adam Barmann, So. Kelly Donohoe, Sr. 19. Peyton Bender, Jr. 20. Jordan Webb, Fr. Adam Barmann, So. David Jaynes, Jr.

No. 62 58 55 54 52 52 51 51 51 50 50 50 49 49 49 48 48 48 47 46 46 46

Opponent, Date vs. SEMO, 9-2-17 vs. Tennessee, 10-6-73 vs. Missouri, 11-28-09 vs. Nebraska, 9-30-06 vs. FIU, 8-30-08 vs. Colorado, 11-5-83 vs. Colorado, 10-17-09 vs. Missouri, 11-29-08 vs. South Florida, 9-12-08 vs. Texas Tech, 10-17-15 vs. Colorado, 10-22-05 vs. North Carolina, 9-13-86 vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09 vs. Missouri, 11-24-07 vs. Nebraska, 10-2-04 vs. Kansas State, 10-28-17 vs. Northwestern, 9-18-04 vs. Iowa State, 10-7-89 vs. Ohio, 9-16-17 vs. Kansas State, 10-14-10 vs. Texas Tech, 9-25-04 vs. Washington St., 9-9-72

Touchdown Passes 1. Todd Reesing, So. 2. Ralph Miller, So. 3. Peyton Bender, Jr. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, Sr. Todd Reesing, Jr. Todd Reesing, Jr. Todd Reesing, So. Todd Reesing, So. Todd Reesing, So. Jason Swanson, Sr. Adam Barmann, So. Adam Barmann, Fr. Bill Whittemore, Sr. Matt Johner, Jr. Chip Hilleary, Sr. Kelly Donohoe, Sr. Mike Orth, Sr. Mike Norseth, Sr.

No. 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Opponent, Date vs. Nebraska, 11-3-07 vs. Washburn, 10-8-38 vs. SEMO, 9-2-17 vs. Missouri, 11-28-09 vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09 vs. Minnesota, 12-31-08 vs. Missouri, 11-29-08 vs. Iowa State, 11-17-07 vs. Toledo, 9-15-07 vs. Central Michigan, 9-1-07 vs. Houston, 12-23-05 vs. Toledo, 9-11-04 vs. Texas A&M, 11-1-03 vs. Wyoming, 9-13-03 vs. Utah, 9-28-96 vs. Iowa State, 10-17-92 vs. Louisville, 9-9-89 vs. Southern Illinois, 10-4-86 vs. Eastern Illinois, 10-5-85

Longest Pass Play 1. Kelly Donohoe to Willie Vaughn 2. Bill Fenton to Willie Smith 3. Carter Stanley to LaQuvionte Gonzalez 4. Kelly Donohoe to Willie Vaughn 5. Mike Norseth to Richard Estell 6. Todd Reesing to Marcus Henry 7. Kelly Donohoe to Quintin Smith Frank Seurer to Bob Johnson Norris Banks to David Verser Larry McKown to Homer Floyd Dick Gilman to Bryan Sperry 12. Phil Basler to Ron Jessie 13. Michael Cummings to Nigel King Adam Barmann to Brandon Rideau 15. Peyton Bender to Steven Sims Jr. Jake Heaps to Tony Pierson Mario Kinsey to Roger Ross Dylen Smith to Roger Ross Dylen Smith to Michael Chandler Zac Wegner to Termaine Fulton Matt Johner to Isaac Byrd Kelly Donohoe to Kenny Drayton † - non-scoring

Yards 98 97 95 89 87 82 80† 80 80 80 80 79 78 78 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77

Opponent, Date vs. Colorado, 1987 vs. Texas Tech, 1965 vs. Kansas State, 2016 vs. Nebraska, 1988 vs. Missouri, 1984 vs. Oklahoma State, 2007 vs. Nebraska, 1989 vs. Oklahoma State, 1982 vs. Texas A&M, 1977 vs. Missouri, 1958 vs. Nebraska, 1948 vs. Missouri, 1969 vs. TCU, 2014 vs. Oklahoma, 2004 vs. SEMO, 2017 vs. Rice, 2013 vs. Oklahoma, 2001 vs. Oklahoma, 2000 vs. Nebraska, 1999 vs. Texas, 1997 vs. Nebraska, 1996 vs. Kent State, 1989


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JUNIOR | 2008

SENIOR | 2009

OPPONENT C-A-I YDS C. MICHIGAN 20-29-0 261 SE LA 13-23-0 257 TOLEDO 17-36-0 313 FIU 23-37-1 368 at Kansas State 22-35-3 267 BAYLOR 14-31-0 186 at Colorado 20-29-0 153 at Texas A&M 21-33-0 180 NEBRASKA 30-41-0 354 at Oklahoma State 27-40-0 318 IOWA STATE 21-26-0 253 vs. Missouri 28-49-2 349 vs. Va. Tech 20-37-1 227

OPPONENT C-A-I YDS FIU 37-52-1 256 LA Tech 32-38-0 412 at USF 34-51-1 381 SAM HOUSTON ST. 23-38-0 356 at Iowa State 18-26-1 319 COLORADO 27-34-0 256 at Oklahoma 24-41-2 342 TEXAS TECH 16-26-3 154 KANSAS STATE 14-23-1 162 at Nebraska 15-30-1 304 TEXAS 25-50-0 258 vs. Missouri 37-51-2 375 vs. Minnesota 27-35-1 313

OPPONENT C-A-I YDS No. Colorado 13-20-0 208 at UTEP 25-41-1 260 DUKE 28-41-0 338 USM 30-41-1 331 IOWA STATE 37-49-1 442 at Colorado 30-51-1 401 OKLAHOMA 22-42-3 224 at Texas Tech 20-35-0 181 at Kansas State 27-41-1 241 NEBRASKA 19-41-0 236 at Texas 25-39-1 256 vs. Missouri 37-55-1 498

TODD REESING

TOTALS

TODD REESING

276-446-7 3,486

TOTALS

TODD REESING

TOTALS

313-496-10 3,616

329-495-13 3,888

YEARLY LEADERS Year

Player

C

A

21 60 25 53 23 37 22 52 54 100 101 200 18 37 24 58 21 58 17 39 30 60 44 129 49 118 32 88 54 113 55 101 28 79 18 51 28 76 32 80 26 43 10 23 14 27 43 87 44 93 28 86 31 86 41 78 35 104 23 47 82 173 84 168 40 110 81 188 64 137 153 287 172 330 74 156 20 49 13 43 23 53 44 107 59 108 64 146 89 176 127 259 187 353 136 239 227 408 144 290 72 144 131 258 141 256 129 224

Pct. Int.

TD

.350 3 -- .472 2 -- .622 4 -- .420 8 -- .540 12 3 .505 9 7 .486 3 -- .413 4 -- .362 4 -- .435 4 5 .500 0 4 .341 14 14 .415 16 4 .363 12 8 .478 8 10 .545 11 6 .354 7 1 .353 9 3 .368 11 3 .400 10 5 .604 3 3 .435 1 2 .518 3 2 .494 5 3 .473 6 7 .325 4 -- .360 8 3 .525 1 2 .337 9 2 .489 5 0 .474 11 7 .500 6 12 .364 8 4 .431 15 10 .467 8 7 .533 21 15 .521 9 13 .474 13 5 .408 4 3 .302 3 1 .434 5 1 .411 8 2 .550 5 5 .438 11 5 .506 11 4 .490 15 7 .530 19 14 .569 6 9 .556 11 15 .496 12 7 .500 12 3 .508 13 9 .551 13 12 .576 11 7

Yds.

207 407 261 251 657 1,117 288 222 223 379 598 945 885 651 925 868 343 303 498 596 320 219 345 566 665 366 505 550 500 299 1,326 1,316 746 1,169 748 2,253 2,131 1,044 333 273 384 605 874 797 1,199 1,625 2,789 1,682 2,995 1,548 981 1,844 2,125 1,730

J A Y H A W K

Lyman Diven, Jr. Ralph Miller, So. Ralph Miller, Jr. Ed Hall, Jr. Ralph Miller, Sr. Ray Evans, So. Bob George Charlie Moffatt, So. George Gear, Fr. Ray Evans, Jr. Ray Evans, Sr. Dick Gilman, Jr. Dick Gilman, Sr. Chet Strehlow, So. Jerry Robertson, Jr. Jerry Robertson, Sr. John McFarland, So. Bev Buller, Jr. Wally Strauch, So. Wally Strauch, Jr. Wally Strauch, Sr. Larry McKnown, Sr. Lee Flachsbarth, So. John Hadl, Jr. John Hadl, Sr. Roger McFarland, Sr. Steve Renko, So. Bobby Skahan, So. Bill Fenton, Jr. Bobby Skahan, Sr. Bobby Douglass, Jr. Bobby Douglass, Sr. Phil Basler, So. Dan Heck, Jr. David Jaynes, So. David Jaynes, Jr. David Jaynes, Sr. Scott McMichael, So. Nolan Cromwell, Jr. Nolan Cromwell, Sr. Brian Bethke, Jr. Harry Sydney, So. Brian Bethke, Sr. Frank Seurer, Fr. Frank Seurer, So. Frank Seurer, Jr. Frank Seurer, Sr. Mike Norseth, Jr. Mike Norseth, Sr. Mike Orth, Sr. Kelly Donohoe, So. Kelly Donohoe, Jr. Kelly Donohoe, Sr. Chip Hilleary, So.

C H A L K

1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

R O C K

SOPHOMORE | 2007

RECORD BOOK

3,000-YARD PASSING SEASONS

BILL WHITTEMORE 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Chip Hilleary, Jr. Chip Hilleary, Sr. Asheiki Preston, Jr. Asheiki Preston, Sr. Mark Williams, Sr. Matt Johner, Jr. Zac Wegner, So. Zac Wegner, Jr. Dylen Smith, Jr. Dylen Smith, Sr. Mario Kinsey, Fr. Bill Whittemore, Jr. Bill Whittemore, Sr. Adam Barmann, So. Jason Swanson, Sr. Kerry Meier, Fr. Todd Reesing, So. Todd Reesing, Jr. Todd Reesing, Sr. Jordan Webb, Fr. Jordan Webb, So. Dayne Crist, Sr. Jake Heaps, Jr. Michael Cummings, Jr. Ryan Willis, Fr. Montell Cozart, Jr. Peyton Bender, Jr. Peyton Bender, Sr.

98 188 106 215 97 159 88 156 174 282 96 185 66 144 91 186 135 263 140 306 88 202 151 305 159 263 141 262 105 190 104 184 276 446 495 329 313 496 121 214 179 281 103 216 128 261 137 244 164 315 112 191 148 273 183 321

.521 .493 .610 .564 .617 .519 .458 .489 .513 .458 .436 .495 .605 .538 .553 .565 .619 .665 .631 .565 .637 .477 .490 .561 .521 .586 .542 .570

5 11 3 6 10 4 5 6 7 11 11 6 6 9 10 10 7 13 10 8 12 9 10 6 10 9 10 3

6 12 3 7 14 10 4 7 12 10 7 11 18 12 7 13 33 32 22 7 13 4 8 9 9 7 10 13

1,267 1,583 1,233 1,168 1,957 1,232 970 1,367 1,599 1,963 1,215 1,666 2,385 1,427 1,223 1,193 3,486 3,888 3,616 1,195 1,884 1,313 1,414 1,715 1,719 1,075 1,609 1,894


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RECEIVING CAREER RECORDS Total Yards 1. Dezmon Briscoe 2. Steven Sims Jr. 3. Kerry Meier 4. Willie Vaughn 5. Mark Simmons 6. Richard Estell 7. Emmett Edwards 8. Bob Johnson 9. Brandon Rideau 10. Marcus Henry 11. Termaine Fulton 12. Quintin Smith 13. Harrison Hill 14. Dexton Fields 15. David Verser 16. Isaac Byrd 17. Bruce Adams 18. Kenny Drayton 19. Charles Gordon 20. Ashaundai Smith

Yards 3,240 2,582 2,309 2,266 2,161 1,997 1,808 1,779 1,636 1,599 1,565 1,547 1,535 1,518 1,476 1,441 1,438 1,427 1,252 1,251

Years 2007-09 2015-18 2006-09 1985-88 2002-05 1982-85 1972-74 1981-83 2001-04 2004-07 1997-2001 1987-89 1997-2001 2005-08 1977-80 1994-96 1972-74 1988-91 2003-05 1992-95

Receptions No. Years 1. Kerry Meier 226 2006-09 2. Dezmon Briscoe 219 2007-09 3. Steven Sims Jr. 214 2015-18 4. Mark Simmons 155 2002-05 5. Willie Vaughn 133 1985-88 6. Brandon Rideau 131 2001-04 7. Dexton Fields 129 2005-08 8. Clark Green 122 2002-05 9. Richard Estell 117 1982-85 10. Harrison Hill 108 1997-2001 11. Charles Gordon 106 2003-05 12. Emmett Edwards 105 1972-74 13. Marcus Henry 104 2004-07 14. Isaac Byrd 101 1995-96 15. Daymond Patterson 98 2008-12 Derek Fine 98 2003-07 17. Kenny Drayton 97 1988-91 Quintin Smith 97 1987-89 19. Ashaundai Smith 91 1992-95 20. Termaine Fulton 88 1997-2001 Touchdown Receptions 1. Dezmon Briscoe 2. Steven Sims Jr. 3. Kerry Meier 4. Willie Vaughn Bruce Adams 6. Mark Simmons 7. Dexton Fields 8. Brandon Rideau 9. Marcus Henry 10. Isaac Byrd 11. Jimmay Mundine Termaine Fulton David Verser 14. Derek Fine Dwayne Chandler Bob Johnson

No. Years 31 2007-09 19 2015-18 18 2006-09 17 1985-88 17 1972-74 16 2002-05 15 2005-08 14 2001-04 13 2004-07 12 1994-96 11 2011-14 11 1997-2001 11 1977-80 10 2003-07 10 1990-93 10 1981-83

Average Yards Per Catch (Min. 50 catches) (Min. 100)

21.18, Dwayne Chandler, 1990-93 (54 for 1,144) 17.2, Emmett Edwards, 1972-74 (105 for 1,808)

100-Yard Games 14 - Dezmon Briscoe 10 - Kerry Meier 8 - Steven Sims Jr. Willie Vaughn 6 - Richard Estell 6 - Bob Johnson

2007-09 2006-09 2015-18 1985-88 1982-85 1981-83

Receptions By A Tight End 1. Derek Fine 2. John Mosier 3. Jimmay Mundine 4. John Baker 5. John Schroll

No. 98 87 86 78 68

Receptions By A Running Back 1. Clark Green 2. Jake Sharp 3. James Sims 4. June Henley 5. Robert Miller

No. Years 122 2002-05 86 2006-09 72 2010-13 61 1993-96 56 1972-74

(7 in 2008, 7 in 2009) (5 in 2008, 5 in 2009) (4 in 2016, 3 in 2017, 1 in 2018) (2 in 1985, 2 in 1987, 4 in 1988) (1 in 1983, 1 in 1984, 4 in 1985) (1 in 1982, 5 in 1983) Years 2003-07 1967-69 2011-14 1986-89 1970-72

SEASON RECORDS Yards Yards Year 1. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 1,407 2008 2. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 1,337 2009 3. Bob Johnson, Sr. 1,144 1983 4. Richard Estell, Sr. 1,109 1985 5. Kerry Meier, Jr. 1,045 2008 6. Marcus Henry, Sr. 1,014 2007 7. Kerry Meier, Sr. 985 2009 8. Quintin Smith, Sr. 898 1989 9. Steven Sims Jr., So. 859 2016 10. Isaac Byrd, Sr. 840 1996 11. Steven Sims Jr., Jr. 839 2017 12. Dexton Fields, Jr. 834 2007 13. Willie Vaughn, Sr. 812 1988 14. Emmett Edwards, Jr. 802 1973 15. Charles Gordon, Fr. 769 2003 Mark Simmons, So. 769 2003 17. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. 729 2016 18. Bruce Adams, So. 704 1972 19. Brandon Rideau, Jr. 677 2003 20. Willie Vaughn, Jr. 672 1987 Receptions No. Year 1. Kerry Meier, Sr. 102 2009 2. Kerry Meier, Jr. 97 2008 3. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 92 2008 4. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 84 2009 5. Steven Sims Jr., So. 72 2016 6. Richard Estell, Sr. 70 1985 7. Dexton Fields, Jr. 63 2007 8. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. 62 2016 9. Daymond Patterson, Jr. 60 2010 10. Steven Sims Jr., Jr. 59 2017 11. Charles Gordon, Sr. 57 2003 12. Marcus Henry, Sr. 54 2007 13. Steven Sims Jr., Sr. 53 2018 Isaac Byrd, Sr. 53 1996 14. Brandon Rideau, Sr. 51 2004 Brandon Rideau, Jr. 51 2003 16. Quintin Smith, Sr. 50 1989 17. Emmett Edwards, Jr. 49 1973 18. Mark Simmons, So. 48 2004 Isaac Byrd, Jr. 48 1995 20. Harrison Hill, Jr. 47 2000


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Year 2008 2007 2009 2009 2008 1989 1972 2016 2007 2004 2003 1996 1973 2017 2007 2003 1992 1988

30.2, Termaine Fulton, So., 1998 (10 for 302) 26.9, Willie Vaughn, Jr., 1987 (25 for 672) 20.8, Willie Vaughn, Sr., 1988 (39 for 812) 19.7, Bob Johnson, Sr., 1983 (58 for 1,144) No. 7 7 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

Year 2009 2008 2009 2008 2007 1983 2016 1996 1988 1985

Consecutive 100-Yard Games 1. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 2. Kerry Meier, Sr. Kerry Meier, Jr. Marcus Henry, Sr. Isaac Byrd, Sr. Willie Vaughn, Sr. Bob Johnson, Sr.

No. 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Year 2008 2009 2008 2007 1996 1988 1983

Season Receptions By A Tight End 1. Derek Fine, Sr. 2. Jimmay Mundine, Sr. 3. John Schroll, Jr. 4. John Mosier, So. 5. Lyonel Anderson, Sr.

No. 46 45 40 37 33

Year 2007 2014 1971 1967 2004

Season Receptions By A Running Back 1. Clark Green, So. 2. Clark Green, Fr. 3. John Randle, So. 4. Jake Sharp, Sr. Arnold Snell, So.

No. Year 44 2003 37 2002 35 2004 34 2009 34 1986

Total Yards 1. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 2. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 3. Steven Sims Jr., Jr. 4. Quintin Smith, Sr. 5. Bob Johnson, Sr. 6. Bob Johnson, Sr. 7. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 8. Marcus Henry, Sr. 9. Darren Green, Sr. 10. Richard Estell, Sr. 11. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 12. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 13. Johnathan Wilson, So. 14. Isaac Byrd, Sr. 15. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 16. Bob Johnson, Sr. 17. Richard Estell, Sr. 18. Quintin Smith, Sr. Richard Estell, Sr. 20. Willie Vaughn, Sr.

Yards 269 242 233 221 208 203 201 199 197 187 186 181 179 178 176 175 174 169 169 161

Opponent, Date vs. Oklahoma, 10-18-08 vs. Missouri, 11-28-09 vs. Kansas State, 10-28-17 vs. Louisville, 9-9-89 vs. Kansas State, 10-15-83 vs. Colorado, 11-5-83 vs. Minnesota, 12-31-08 vs. Oklahoma State, 11-10-07 vs. USC, 9-24-83 vs. Indiana State, 9-21-85 vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09 vs. Texas Tech, 10-31-09 vs. USF, 9-12-08 vs. Kansas State, 11-9-96 vs. Nebraska, 11-8-08 vs. Missouri, 11-19-83 vs. Vanderbilt, 9-14-85 vs. Nebraska, 11-11-89 vs. Missouri, 11-23-85 vs. Oklahoma, 10-29-88

Receptions 1. Kerry Meier, Sr. 2. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Kerry Meier, Jr. 5. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 7. Kerry Meier, Sr. Kerry Meier, Jr. Dexton Fields, Jr. Isaac Byrd, Sr. Quintin Smith, Sr. Willie Vaughn, So. 13. Steven Sims Jr., Kerry Meier, Sr. Kerry Meier, Sr. Kerry Meier, Jr. Johnathan Wilson, So.

No. 16 14 14 14 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10

Opponent, Date vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09 vs. Missouri, 11-28-09 vs. Minnesota, 12-31-08 vs. Missouri, 11-29-08 vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09 at Oklahoma, 10-18-08 at Colorado, 10-17-09 at South Florida, 9-12-08 vs. Iowa State, 11-17-07 vs. Iowa State, 11-2-96 vs. Louisville, 9-9-89 vs. Colorado, 11-8-86 vs. Oklahoma State, 9-29-18 vs. Missouri, 11-28-09 vs. Southern Miss., 9-26-09 vs. Minnesota, 12-31-08 at USF, 9-12-08

Touchdown Receptions 1. Quintin Smith, Sr. 2. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Marcus Henry, Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Fr.

No. 4 3 3 3 3

Opponent, Date vs. Louisville, 9-9-89 vs. Minnesota, 12-31-08 vs. FIU, 8-30-08 vs. Oklahoma State, 11-10-07 vs. Nebraska, 11-03-07

Average Yards Per Catch (Min. 5 catches) (Min. 8) (Min. 10)

32.2, Willie Vaughn vs. Oklahoma, 1988 (5 for 161) 25.8, Steven Sims Jr., vs. Kansas State, 2017 (9 for 233) 20.8, Bob Johnson vs. Kansas State, 1983 (10 for 208)

J A Y H A W K

100-Yard Games 1. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 3. Kerry Meier, Sr. Kerry Meier, Jr. Marcus Henry, Sr. Bob Johnson, Sr. 7. Steven Sims Jr., So. Isaac Byrd, Sr. Willie Vaughn, Sr. Richard Estell, Sr.

GAME RECORDS

C H A L K

Yards Per Catch (Min. 10 catches) (Min. 25) (Min. 35) (Min. 50)

No. 15 10 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

R O C K

Touchdown Receptions 1. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 2. Marcus Henry, Sr. 3. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 4. Kerry Meier, Sr. Kerry Meier, Jr. Quintin Smith, Sr. Bruce Adams, So. 8. Steven Sims Jr., So. Dezmon Briscoe, Fr. Brandon Rideau, Sr. Mark Simmons, So. Isaac Byrd, Sr. Bruce Adams, Jr. 14. Steven Sims Jr., Jr. Dexton Fields, Jr. Brandon Rideau, Jr. Dwayne Chandler, Jr. Willie Vaughn, Sr.

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100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES

YEARLY LEADERS

(SINCE 1974)

Rec.-Yds. Player 4-107 Emmett Edwards, Sr. 5-121 Emmett Edwards, Sr. 3-123 Waddell Smith, Sr. 3-102 David Verser, So. 5-100 David Verser, Jr. 4-109 David Verser, Sr. 3-103 David Verser, Sr. 2-107 David Verser, Sr. 5-131 Wayne Capers, Jr. 4-128 Robert Johnson, Jr. 7-197 Darren Green, Sr. 3-154 Robert Johnson, Sr. 10-208 Robert Johnson, Sr. 8-105 Robert Johnson, Sr. 5-144 Richard Estell, So. 7-108 Sandy McGee, Jr. 8-175 Robert Johnson, Sr. 6-141 Johnny Holloway, So. 3-120 Richard Estell, Jr. 6-107 Johnny Holloway, Jr. 6-153 Willie Vaughn, Fr. 9-174 Richard Estell, Sr. 7-187 Richard Estell, Sr. 5-117 Willie Vaughn, Fr. 8-126 Richard Estell, Sr. 8-169 Richard Estell, Sr. 5-156 Willie Vaughn, Jr. 6-120 Quintin Smith, So. 6-106 Willie Vaughn, Jr. 5-113 Willie Vaughn, Sr. 4-114 Willie Vaughn, Sr. 6-110 Willie Vaughn, Sr. 5-161 Willie Vaughn, Sr. 11-221 Quintin Smith, Sr. 2-120 Kenny Drayton, So. 6-152 Jim New, So. 4-100 Kenny Drayton, So. 9-169 Quintin Smith, Sr. 5-105 Chad Fette, So. 4-116 Rob Licursi, Jr. 9-102 Rob Licursi, Jr. 5-111 Kenny Drayton, Jr. 4-115 Dwayne Chandler, Jr. 5-100 Dwayne Chandler, Jr. 3-101 Dwayne Chandler, Sr. 5-153 Ashaundai Smith, Jr. 6-118 Ashaundai Smith, Sr. 5-104 Isaac Byrd, Jr. 7-129 Isaac Byrd, Sr. 4-111 Isaac Byrd, Sr. 11-158 Isaac Byrd, Sr. 9-178 Isaac Byrd, Sr. 4-138 Termaine Fulton, Fr. 4-113 Termaine Fulton, So. 5-107 Harrison Hill, Jr. 5-122 Harrison Hill, Jr. 8-144 Harrison Hill, Sr. 8-114 Harrison Hill, Sr. 6-101 Byron Gasaway, Sr. 5-106 Brandon Rideau, Jr. 5-107 Brandon Rideau, Jr. 6-152 Mark Simmons, So. 9-109 Brandon Rideau, Jr. 8-135 Mark Simmons, Jr. 8-100 Brandon Rideau, Sr. 6-106 Mark Simmons, Sr. 6-100 Mark Simmons, Sr. 8-108 Dexton Fields, So. 8-129 Brian Murph, Sr. 7-103 Marcus Henry, Sr. 5-119 Marcus Henry, Sr. 7-133 Marcus Henry, Sr. 6-101 Marcus Henry, Sr. 8-199 Marcus Henry, Sr. 11-109 Dexton Fields, Jr. 8-116 Dexton Fields, Jr. 7-101 Dexton Fields, Jr. 7-146 Dezmon Briscoe, So.

Opponent Florida State Texas A&M Wisconsin Kansas State Syracuse Syracuse Kansas State Colorado Colorado TCU USC Iowa State Kansas State Okla. State Nebraska Missouri Missouri Florida State Missouri Hawai’I Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Indiana State E. Illinois Colorado Missouri Kansas State Iowa State Okla. State N.M. State Nebraska Colorado Oklahoma Louisville Kansas State Iowa State Okla. State Nebraska Louisville Kansas State Okla. State Okla. State Ball State Iowa State W. Carolina Colorado North Texas Missouri Texas Tech Nebraska Iowa State Kansas State Texas Illinois San Diego State Missouri Oklahoma Kansas State Missouri Jacksonville St. Colorado Colorado N.C. State Texas Missouri La. Tech Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska C. Michigan Southeastern La. Toledo Nebraska Oklahoma State Iowa State Missouri Virginia Tech Louisiana Tech

Year 1974 1974 1976 1978 1979 1980 1980 1980 1981 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1992 1992 1993 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008

8-130 10-179 11-120 8-136 5-124 7-125 3-107 12-269 6-176 9-115 9-115 14-106 14-201 10-113 5-115 8-154 6-117 10-141 12-186 16-142 8-154 11-103 9-181 10-127 5-101 14-242 3-107 3-100 6-118 5-101 5-128 7-137 6-115 5-124 4-114 8-131 9-101 6-106 9-124 5-127 4-147 5-102 9-233 5-113 7-102

Daymond Patterson, Fr. Johnathan Wilson, So. Kerry Meier, Jr. Kerry Meier, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Kerry Meier, Jr. Jake Sharp, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Kerry Meier, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, So. Kerry Meier, Jr. Kerry Meier, Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Kerry Meier, Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Kerry Meier, Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Kerry Meier, Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Kerry Meier, Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. JaCorey Shepherd, Fr. Andrew Turzilli, So. Tony Pierson, Jr. Nigel King, Jr. Nigel King, Jr. Jimmay Mundine, Sr. Tre’ Parmalee, Sr. Steven Sims Jr., So. Steven Sims Jr., So. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. Steven SIms Jr., So. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. Steven Sims Jr., So. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. Steven Sims Jr., Jr. Steven Sims Jr., Jr. Steven Sims Jr., Jr. Steven Sims Jr., Sr. Pooka Williams Jr., Fr.

Louisiana Tech South Florida South Florida Sam Houston State Sam Houston State Iowa State Iowa State Oklahoma Nebraska Texas Missouri Missouri Minnesota Minnesota No. Colorado UTEP Duke So. Mississippi Iowa State Iowa State Colorado Colorado Texas Tech Nebraska Texas Missouri McNeese State TCU Texas Tech Iowa State TCU TCU Oklahoma State Rhode Island Ohio TCU TCU Oklahoma State West Virginia Kansas State SEMO Texas Tech Kansas State Kansas State TCU

KERRY MEIER

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2011 2012 2013 2014 2014 2014 2015 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2017 2017 2017 2018 2018

Year Player No. 1937 Max Replogle, Jr. 18 1938 Max Replogle, Sr. 12 1939 Jake Fry, So. 11 1940 Don Pollom, So. 14 1941 Ray Evans, So. 18 1942 Otto Schnellbacher, So. 25 1943 Charlie Moffatt, Fr. 15 1944 Dwight Sutherland, Sr. 8 1945 Norm Pumphrey 12 1946 Otto Schnellbacher, Jr. 16 1947 Otto Schnellbacher, Sr. 17 1948 Bryan Sperry, Sr. 21 1949 Lyn Smith, So. 20 1950 Lyn Smith, Jr. 14 1951 Orban Tice, Sr. 19 1952 Charlie Hoag, Sr. 16 1953 Harold Patterson, Sr. 10 1954 Joe Held, So. 5 1955 Jim Letcavits, So. 9 1956 Jim Letcavits, Jr. 14 1957 Jim Letcavits, Jr. 10 1958 Homer Floyd, Sr. 15 1959 John Hadl, So. 7 1960 Curtis McClinton, Jr. 11 1961 Curtis McClinton, Sr. 10 1962 Lloyd Buzzi, Jr. 6 1963 Gale Sayers, Jr. 11 1964 Gale Sayers, Sr. 17 1965 Sim Stokes, Jr. 25 1966 Halley Kampschroeder, Sr. 18 1967 John Mosier, So. 37 1968 George McGowan, Jr. 32 1969 John Mosier, Sr. 25 1970 Ron Jessie, Sr. 18 1971 John Schroll, Jr. 40 1972 Bruce Adams, So. 39 1973 Emmett Edwards, Jr. 49 1974 Emmett Edwards, Sr. 30 1975 Waddell Smith, Jr. 9 1976 Waddell Smith, Sr. 10 1977 David Verser, Fr. 11 1978 Kevin Murphy, Fr. 20 1979 David Verser, Jr. 21 1980 David Verser, Sr. 30 1981 Wayne Capers, Jr. 36 1982 Wayne Capers, Sr. 25 1983 Bob Johnson, Sr. 58 1984 Richard Estell, Jr. 25 1985 Richard Estell, Sr. 70 1986 Willie Vaughn, So. 41 1987 John Baker, So. 27 1988 Willie Vaughn, Sr. 39 1989 Quintin Smith, Sr. 50 1990 Kenny Drayton, Jr. 34 1991 Kenny Drayton, Sr. 34 1992 Matt Gay, Sr. 30 1993 Ashaundai Smith, So. 27 1994 Ashaundai Smith, Jr. 22 1995 Isaac Byrd, Jr. 48 1996 Isaac Byrd, Sr. 53 1997 Michael Chandler, So. 21 1998 Harrison Hill, Fr. 28 1999 Michael Chandler, Sr. 36 2000 Harrison Hill, Jr. 47 2001 Roger Ross, Sr. 39 2002 Byron Gasaway, Sr. 39 2003 Charles Gordon, Fr. 57 2004 Brandon Rideau, Sr. 51 2005 Mark Simmons, Sr. 44 2006 Dexton Fields, So. 45 2007 Dexton Fields, Jr. 63 2008 Kerry Meier, Jr. 97 2009 Kerry Meier, Sr. 102 2010 Daymond Patterson, Jr. 60 2011 D.J. Beshears, Jr. 40 2012 Kale Pick, Sr. 26 2013 Tony Pierson, Jr. 24 2014 Jimmay Mundine, Sr. 45 2015 Tre’ Parmalee, Sr. 41 2016 Steven Sims Jr., So. 72 2017 Steven Sims Jr., Jr. 59 2018 Steven Sims Jr., Sr. 53

Yds. 180 259 137 158 235 366 230 148 212 342 361 343 358 309 363 380 179 116 169 246 176 307 126 184 166 118 155 182 271 278 495 592 339 308 491 704 802 542 197 221 220 346 463 576 629 383 1,144 500 1,109 341 300 812 898 506 439 425 256 426 604 840 311 391 473 591 493 490 769 597 631 455 834 1,045 985 487 437 390 333 584 599 859 839 535


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Years 2006-09 1980-83 1989-92 1986-89 2002-03 1984-85 1971-73 1999-2000 1993-96 1966-68 1941-42, 46-47 1988-91 2010-13 2017-18 2003-06

By a Freshman 1,640 1,539

Ryan Willis, 2015 Kerry Meier, 2006

By a Running Back 1,457 1,442

Jon Cornish, 2006 Tony Sands, 1991

Breakdown (11,194 pass, 646 rush) (6,410 pass, -298 rush) (4,598 pass, 1,290 rush) (5,382 pass, 154 rush) (4,051 pass, 1,083 rush) (4,677 pass, 319 rush) (5,132 pass, 493 rush) (3,562 pass, 522 rush) (3,841 rush) (2,817 pass, 1,015 rush) (2,368 pass, 1,431 rush) (3,788 rush) (3,592 rush) (3,503 pass, -243 rush) (3,020 pass, 83 rush) (1,719 pass, -79 rush) (1,193 pass, 346 rush) (1,457 rush) (1,442 rush)

Touchdowns 1. Todd Reesing 2. Bill Whittemore 3. Chip Hilleary 4. June Henley 5. David Jaynes

No. (Pass, Rush, Return) 105 (90 pass, 15 rush) 50 (29 pass, 21 rush) 48 (25 pass, 23 rush) 43 (42 rush, 1 kick return) 40 (35 pass, 5 rush)

Total Offensive Yards Per Game 1. Todd Reesing 2. Bill Whittemore 3. Mike Norseth 4. Dylen Smith 5. David Jaynes

Years 2006-09 1980-83 1971-73 2013-16 1986-89 1989-92 1984-85 2002-03 1993-96 2010-13

Avg. 288.8 270.2 217.2 177.5 165.6

Breakdown (1,461 pass, 335 rush in 41 g) (934 pass, 247 rush in 42 g) (754 pass, 232 rush in 28 g) (487 pass, 481 rush in 27 g) (754 pass, 223 rush in 34 g) (636 pass, 290 rush in 38 g) (647 pass, 229 rush in 23 g) (568 pass, 264 rush in 19 g) (823 rush in 42 g) (798 rush in 44 g) Years 2006-09 2002-03 1989-92 1993-96 1971-73 Years 2006-09 2002-03 1984-85 1999-2000 1971-73

SEASON RECORDS

YARDS

2009 | 3,735 YARDS | 3,616 PASS, 119 RUSH

YARDS

2,334 DYLEN SMITH 2,215 BILL WHITTEMORE 2000 | 2,334 YARDS | 1,963 PASS, 371 RUSH

YARDS

2002 | 2,215 YARDS | 1,666 PASS, 549 RUSH

YARDS

3,683 TODD REESING 2,196 MARK WILLIAMS 3,214 MIKE NORSETH 2,123 KELLY DONOHOE 2,919 BILL WHITTEMORE 2,120 CHIP HILLEARY 2007 | 3,683 YARDS | 3,486 PASS, 197 RUSH

YARDS

1995 | 2,196 YARDS | 1,957 PASS, 239 RUSH

YARDS

1985 | 3,214 YARDS | 2,995 PASS, 219 RUSH

YARDS

1989 | 2,123 YARDS | 2,125 PASS, -2 RUSH

YARDS

2003 | 2,919 YARDS | 2,385 PASS, 534 RUSH

YARDS

1992 | 2,120 YARDS | 1,583 PASS, 537 RUSH

YARDS

2,660 FRANK SEURER 2,082 DAVID JAYNES 1983 | 2,660 YARDS | 2,789 PASS, -129 RUSH

YARDS

1972 | 2,082 YARDS | 2,253 PASS, -171 RUSH

YARDS

J A Y H A W K

4,112 TODD REESING 3,735 TODD REESING

2008 | 4,112 YARDS | 3,888 PASS, 224 RUSH

C H A L K

Yards 11,840 6,112 5,888 5,228 5,134 4,996 4,639 4,084 3,841 3,832 3,799 3,788 3,592 3,260 3,103

No. 1,796 1,181 986 968 968 926 876 832 823 798

R O C K

Offensive Yards 1. Todd Reesing 2. Frank Seurer 3. Chip Hilleary 4. Kelly Donohoe 5. Bill Whittemore 6. Mike Norseth 7. David Jaynes 8. Dylen Smith 9. June Henley 10. Bobby Douglass 11. Ray Evans 12. Tony Sands 13. James Sims 14. Peyton Bender 15. Adam Barmann

Offensive Plays 1. Todd Reesing 2. Frank Seurer 3. David Jaynes 4. Montell Cozart Kelly Donohoe 6. Chip Hilleary 7. Mike Norseth 8. Bill Whittemore 9. June Henley 10. James Sims

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TOTAL OFFENSE GAME RECORDS

Name 1. Mike Norseth, Sr. (480 pass, 29 rush) 2. Todd Reesing, Sr. (498 pass, 8 rush) 3. Bill Whittemore, Sr. (422 pass, 45 rush) 4. Todd Reesing, Sr. (442 pass, 12 rush) 5. Kelly Donohoe, Sr. (411 pass, 28 rush) 6. Carter Stanley, So. (418 pass, 23 rush) 7. Todd Reesing, Jr. (412 pass, 4 rush) Todd Reesing, So. (368 pass, 47 rush) 9. Adam Barmann, Sr. (405 pass, 5 rush) 10. David Jaynes, Jr. (401 pass, 1 rush) 11. Tony Sands, Sr. (396 rush) 12. Montell Cozart, Jr. (291 pass, 94 rush) Bill Whittemore, Jr. (218 pass, 177 rush)

Yards Game, Date 509 vs. Vanderbilt, 9-9-85 506

vs. Missouri, 11-28-09

467

vs. Colorado, 10-11-03

454

vs. Iowa State, 10-10-09

439 vs. Iowa State, 10-7-89 441 vs. Kansas State, 10-28-17 415

vs. La. Tech, 9-6-08

415

vs. FIU, 9-22-07

410

vs. Nebraska, 9-30-06

402

vs. Washington State, 9-9-72

396

vs. Missouri, 11-23-91

395

vs. S.D. State, 9-5-15

395

vs. Tulsa, 9-28-02

By a Freshman 339 Adam Barmann (294 pass, 45 rush)

vs. Texas A&M, 2003

By a Running Back 398 Tony Sands (396 rush)

vs. Missouri, 1991

Mike Norseth’s record of 509 yards of total offense against Vanderbilt in 1985 has stood for over 30 years.

Total Plays 1. Peyton Bender, Jr. (62 pass, 3 rush) Bill Whittemore, Jr. (44 pass, 21 rush) 3. David Jaynes, Sr. (58 pass, 6 rush) 4. Todd Reesing, Sr. (55 pass, 8 rush) 5. Carter Stanley, So. (48 pass, 14 rush) Todd Reesing, Jr. (51 pass, 11 rush) 7. Todd Reesing, Jr. (52 pass, 9 rush) 8. Todd Reesing, Jr. (51 pass, 9 rush) Kerry Meier, Fr. (41 pass, 19 rush) Bill Whittemore, Jr. (33 pass, 27 rush) Touchdowns 1. Todd Reesing, So. (6 pass) 2. Bill Whittemore, Sr. (3 pass, 2 rush) Dylen Smith, Sr. (2 pass, 3 rush) Chip Hilleary, Sr. (4 pass, 1 rush) Mike Norseth, Sr. (4 pass, 1 rush) Ralph Miller, So. (5 pass)

No. 65

Game, Date vs. SEMO, 9-2-17

65

vs. Texas A&M, 10-19-02

64

vs. Tennessee, 10-6-73

63

vs. Missouri, 11-28-09

62 vs. Kansas State, 10-28-17 62

vs. Missouri, 11-29-08

61

vs. FIU, 8-30-08

60

vs. USF, 9-12-08

60

vs. Toledo, 9-15-06

60

vs. Colorado, 10-12-02

No. 6

Game, Date vs. Nebraska, 11-03-07

5

vs. Colorado, 10-11-03

5

vs. Texas Tech, 10-28-00

5

vs. Iowa State, 10-17-92

5 vs. Eastern Illinois, 10-5-85 5

vs. Washburn, 10-8-38

Todd Reesing’s six touchdown passes against Nebraska in 2007 are the most touchdowns scored by a Jayhawk in a single game.

CARTER STANLEY PEYTON BENDER

Peyton Bender and Carter Stanley each have their names on the Total Offense game records. Bender sits atop the total plays chart, while Stanley ranks fourth on the total yards list and fifth on the total plays chart.


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SEASON RECORDS

Years 1993-97 2010-13 2002-05 2007-09 1962-64 1997-2000 1988-91 1973-76 1941-42, 1946-47

1966-68 2009-12 2006-09

1956-58

Plays No. Years 1. June Henley 917 1993-96 2. James Sims 871 2010-13 3. Tony Sands 789 1988-91 4. David Winbush 642 1997-2000 5. Clark Green 586 2002-05 6. John Riggins 535 1968-70 7. Gale Sayers 496 1962-64 8. Laverne Smith 491 1973-76 9. Kerwin Bell 487 1980-83 10. Jon Cornish 430 2003-06

All-Purpose Plays 1. June Henley, Sr. 2. Jon Cornish, Sr. Tony Sands, Sr. 4. James Sims, Sr. 5. Clark Green, So. 6. June Henley, Fr. 7. Delvin Williams, Sr. 8. Kerwin Bell, So. 9. Clark Green, Fr. 10. James Sims, Jr.

No. 336 274 274 255 249 244 240 236 234 232

Year 1996 2006 1991 2013 2003 1993 1973 1980 2002 2012

A model of consistencey, James Sims ranks second on KU’s career all-purpose list without ranking in the top 15 on the single-season chart. Sims finished his Jayhawk career with 4,189 all-purpose yards.

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Norris Banks, FB 671 164 Mike Higgins, TB 624 89 Harry Sydney, RB 768 146 Dino Bell, TB 1179 236 Garfield Taylor, TB 834 181 Darren Green, WR 697 27 Bob Johnson, SE 1154 58 Robert Mimbs, TB 941 139 Richard Estell, WR 1109 70 Arnold Snell, TB 731 174 Arnold Snell, TB 767 199 Willie Vaughn, WR 1054 60 Tony Sands, RB 1163 222 Tony Sands, RB 775 187 Tony Sands. RB 1449 274 Maurice Douglass, RB 1178 219 June Henley, RB 1314 244 L.T. Levine, RB 984 135 June Henley, RB 1270 195 June Henley, RB 1773 336 Eric Vann, RB 910 209 David Winbush, RB 1195 225 Mitch Bowles, RB 897 119 David Winbush, RB 1165 192 Reggie Duncan, RB 783 185 Clark Green, RB 1221 234 Clark Green, RB 1452 249 John Randle. RB 1065 193 Clark Green, RB 948 178 Jon Cornish, RB 1651 274 Brandon McAnderson, RB 1386 214 Dezmon Briscoe, WR 1644 102 Dezmon Briscoe, WR 1788 105 D.J. Beshears, WR/RB 1210 102 D.J. Beshears, WR/RB 1587 108 James Sims, RB 1181 232 James Sims, RB 1276 255 Corey Avery, RB 848 169 Ryan Schadler, RB 850 53 LaQuvionte Gonzalez, WR 1311 99 Steven Sims Jr., WR 1276 90 Pooka Williams Jr., RB 1660 205

Rec. 307 126 184 166 61 155 182 3 42 169 65 336 44 67 704 272 119 0 46

Ret. Avg. 342 7.4 482 9.8 38 8.5 147 6.0 197 7.8 314 8.8 333 7.1 5 5.4 595 6.1 449 11.6 217 7.6 362 7.9 0 5.4 120 5.8 247 15.6 167 5.0 0 6.9 0 5.2 0 6.8

655 16 0 4.1 270 91 263 7.0 578 149 41 5.3 1114 65 0 5.0 728 106 0 4.6 7 220 470 25.8 0 1154 0 19.9 494 291 156 6.8 0 1109 0 15.8 672 34 25 4.2 691 14 62 3.9 27 812 215 17.6 1109 54 0 5.2 757 18 0 4.1 1442 7 0 5.7 899 156 123 5.4 1127 53 134 5.4 803 31 15 7.3 766 312 192 6.5 1349 215 209 5.3 796 114 0 4.4 974 75 146 5.3 444 50 403 7.3 701 268 196 6.1 739 44 0 4.0 813 408 0 5.2 968 464 20 5.8 540 274 251 5.5 664 219 65 5.3 1457 194 0 6.0 1125 213 48 6.5 18 1407 219 16.1 19 1337 432 17.0 213 69 928 11.9 64 437 1,086 10.1 1,013 168 0 5.1 1,110 166 0 5.0 631 217 0 5.0 100 0 750 14.2 -9 850 591 13.2 5 839 432 14.2 1125 289 246 8.1

J A Y H A W K

1968-70

Leader Yds. Plays Rush Homer Floyd, HB 1040 141 391 John Hadl, HB 956 98 348 Bert Coan, HB 710 84 488 Curtis McClinton, FB 866 145 553 Gale Sayers, RB 1383 178 1125 Gale Sayers, RB 1386 157 917 Gale Sayers, RB 1148 161 633 Robert Miller, RB 364 68 356 Donnie Shanklin, HB 1373 224 732 Donnie Shanklin, WR 744 64 126 Donnie Shanklin, TB 1054 139 772 Ron Jessie, TB 1301 164 603 John Riggins, RB 1175 216 1131 Delvin Williams, RB 696 121 509 Bruce Adams, WR 951 61 0 Delvin Williams, RB 1201 240 762 Laverne Smith, RB 1300 188 1181 Nolan Cromwell, QB 1124 218 1124 Laverne Smith, HB 1024 151 978

C H A L K

1950-52

Total Yards No. Year 1. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 1,788 2009 (19 rush, 1,337 rec., 432 ret.) 2. June Henley, Sr. 1,773 1996 (1,349 rush, 215 rec.) 3. Pooka Williams Jr., Fr. 1,660 2018 (1,125 rush, 289 rec., 246 rec.) 4. Jon Cornish, Sr. 1,651 2006 (1,457 rush, 194 rec.) 5. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 1,644 2008 (18 rush,1,407 rec., 219 ret.) 6. D.J. Behsears, Jr. 1,587 2011 (64 rush, 437 rec., 1,014 ret.) 7. Clark Green, So. 1,452 2003 (968 rush, 464 rec., 20 ret.) 8. Tony Sands, Sr. 1,449 1991 (1,442 rush, 7 rec.) 9. Brandon McAnderson, Sr. 1,386 2007 (1,125 rush, 213 rec., 48 ret.) Gale Sayers, Jr. 1,386 1963 (917 rush, 155 rec., 333 ret.) 11. Gale Sayers, Sr. 1,383 1964 (1,125 rush, 61 rec., 197 ret.) 12. Don Shanklin, So. 1,373 1966 (732 rush, 42 rec., 595 ret.) 13. June Henley, Fr. 1,314 1993 (1,127 rush, 53 rec., 134 ret.) 14. LaQuvionte Gonzalez 1,311 2016 (-9 rush, 729 rec., 601 ret.) 15. Ron Jessie, Jr. 1,301 1969 (603 rush, 336 rec., 362 ret.)

Year 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

R O C K

All-Purpose Yard No. 1. June Henley 5,157 (3,841 rush, 622 rec., 694 ret.) 2. James Sims 4,189 (3,592 rush, 587 rec., 10 ret.) 3. Clark Green 4,068 (2,754 rush, 1,229 rec., 85 ret.) 4. Dezmon Briscoe 3,928 (37 rush, 3,240 rec., 651 ret.) 5. Gale Sayers 3,917 (2,675 rush, 398 rec., 844 ret.) 6. David Winbush 3,910 (2,608 rush, 505 rec., 797 ret.) 7. Tony Sands 3,894 (3,788 rush, 106 rec.) 8. Laverne Smith 3,402 (3,074 rush, 211 rec., 117 ret.) 9. Ray Evans 3,259 (1,365 rush, 353 rec., 1,541 ret.) 10. Charlie Hoag 3,233 (1,914 rush, 579 rec., 740 ret.) 11. Don Shanklin 3,171 (1,630 rush, 276 rec., 1,265 ret.) 12. D.J. Behsears 3,120 (369 rush, 550 rec., 2,201 ret.) 13. Jake Sharp 3,100 (2,239 rush, 785 rec., 76 ret.) 14. John Riggins 2,891 (2,659 rush, 67 rec., 165 ret.) 15. Homer Floyd 2,807 (1,534 rush, 567 rec., 706 ret.)

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(SINCE 1956)

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Most Games with a Touchdown 24 June Henley

1993-96

SEASON RECORDS

CAREER RECORDS Total Points 1. Dan Eichloff (62 FGs, 116 PATs) 2. Scott Webb (47 FGs, 159 PATs) 3. June Henley (43 TDs) 4. Bruce Kallmeyer (53 FGs, 74 PATs) 5. Joe Garcia (40 FGs, 103 PATs) 6. James Sims (36 TDs) 7. Jacob Branstetter (30 FGs, 118 PATs) 8. Dezmon Briscoe (33 TDs) 9. Jeff McCord (25 FGs, 104 PATs) 10. Jake Sharp (29 TDs) 11. Tony Sands (28 TDs) 12. Matthew Wyman (29 FG, 68 PATs) 12. Kerry Meier (24 TDs, 2 PATs) 13. David Winbush (24 TDs) 14. Gabriel Rui (29 FGs, 51 PATs) Chip Hilleary (23 TDs) 16. Mike Hubach (21 FGs, 72 PATs) 17. Bill Bell (16 FGs, 78 PATs) 18. Bill Whittemore (21 TDs) L.T. Levine (21 TDs) John Riggins (21 TDs)

F O OT B A L L

No. 302

Years 1990-93

300

2004-07

258

1993-96

233

1980-83

223

1997-2000

216

2010-13

208

2008-10

198

2007-09

179

1994-96

174

2006-09

168

1988-91

155

2013-16

148

2006-09

144

1997-2000

138

2017-18

138

1989-92

135

1976-79

132

1967-69

126

2002-03

126

1992-95

126

1968-70

Touchdowns No. Years 1. June Henley 43 1993-96 2. Bobby Douglass 39 1966-68 3. James Sims 36 2010-13 4. Dezmon Briscoe 33 2007-09 5. Jake Sharp 29 2006-09 6. Tony Sands 28 1988-91 7. Kerry Meier 24 2006-09 David Winbush 24 1997-2000 9. Brandon McAnderson 23 2004-07 Chip Hilleary 23 1989-92 Laverne Smith 23 1973-76 12. Bill Whittemore 21 2002-03 L.T. Levine 21 1992-95 John Riggins 21 1968-70 15. Gale Sayers 20 1962-64

Total Points 1. Scott Webb*, Sr. 2. June Henley, Sr. 3. Bruce Kallmeyer*, Sr. 4. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 5. Dan Eichloff*, Jr. 6. Dan Eichloff*, So. 7. Chip Hilleary, Jr. John Riggins, Sr. Wade Stinson, Jr. 10. Jeff Johnson* * - Indicates place kicker

No. 120 108 98 90 86 85 84 84 84 83

Year 2007 1996 1983 2008 1992 1991 1991 1970 1950 1985

Touchdowns No. Year 1. June Henley, Sr. 18 1996 2. Brandon McAnderson, Sr. 16 2007 3. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 15 2008 4. Chip Hilleary, Jr. 14 1991 John Riggins, Sr. 14 1970 Wade Stinson, Jr. 14 1950 7. Jake Sharp, Jr. 13 2008 June Henley, Fr. 13 1993 Bud Laughlin, So. 13 1951 10. Maurice Douglas, Sr. 12 1992 Bobby Douglass, Sr. 12 1968 12. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 11 2009 Jon Cornish, Jr. 11 2005 Bill Whittemore, Jr. 11 2002 L.T. Levine, Jr. 11 1994 Tony Sands, So. 11 1989 Bud French, Sr. 11 1949 Most Games with a TD 1. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 2. Maurice Douglas, Sr. Wade Stinson, Jr.

No. 10 9 9

Year 2008 1992 1950

GAME RECORDS Total Points 1. James Sims, Fr. Jake Sharp, Jr. Brandon McAnderson, Sr. June Henley, Sr. Tony Sands, Sr. Quintin Smith, Sr. Curtis McClinton, Sr. Charlie Black

Pts. Game, Date 24 vs. Colorado, 11-6-10 24 vs. Kansas State, 11-1-08 24 vs. Nebraska, 11-10-07 24 vs. TCU, 9-14-96 24 vs. Missouri, 11-23-91 24 vs. Louisville, 9-9-89 24 vs. California, 11-18-61 24 vs.Washington(Mo.),11-10-23

Total Points by a Kicker Pts. Game, Date 1. Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 21 vs. Wichita State, 9-17-83 Touchdowns 1. James Sims, Fr. Jake Sharp, Jr. Brandon McAnderson, Sr. Tony Sands, Sr. Quintin Smith, Sr. Curtis McClinton, Sr. Charlie Black

No. Game, Date 4 vs. Colorado, 11-6-10 4 vs. Kansas State, 11-1-08 4 vs. Nebraska, 11-10-07 4 vs. Missouri, 11-23-91 4 vs. Louisville, 9-9-89 4 vs. California, 11-18-61 4 vs.Washington(Mo.),11-10-23

YEARLY LEADERS Year Player TD PAT (1) PAT (2) FG TP 1937 Clarence Douglass, FB 4 3-5 -- 0-0 27 1938 Bill Bunsen, FB 4 0-0 -- 0-0 24 1939 Milt Sullivant, RB, 2 0-0 -- 0-0 12 Jake Fry, RB 2 0-0 -- 0-0 12 1940 Ed Hall, RB 4 3-5 -- 0-0 27 1941 Denzel Gibbens, RB 3 0-0 -- 0-0 18 1942 Ed Linquist, RB 4 0-0 -- 0-0 24 1943 Bob Carson, RB 4 1-1 -- 0-0 25 1944 Charlie Moffatt, RB 7 1-1 -- 0-0 43 1945 Leroy Robison 6 10-15 -- 0-0 46 1946 Ray Evans, RB 7 0-0 -- 0-0 42 1947 Forrest Griffith, RB 9 0-0 -- 0-0 54 1948 Forrest Griffith, RB 6 1-2 -- 0-0 37 1949 Bud French 11 0-0 -- 0-0 66 1950 Wade Stinson, RB 14 0-0 -- 0-0 84 1951 Bud Laughlin 13 0-0 -- 0-0 78 1952 Bob Brandeberry 9 0-0 -- 0-0 54 1953 Don Hess, RB 3 2-2 -- 0-0 20 1954 John Anderson, FB 2 0-0 -- 0-0 12 Joe Held, E/RB 2 0-0 -- 0-0 12 Terry McIntosh, RB/QB 2 0-0 -- 0-0 12 Ralph Moody, RB 2 0-0 -- 0-0 12 1955 John Francisco, RB 4 0-0 -- 0-0 24 1956 Charlie McCue, RB 8 0-0 -- 0-0 48 1957 Homer Floyd, RB 5 0-0 -- 0-0 30 1958* Homer Floyd, RB 4 0-0 1 0-0 26 1959 John Hadl, RB/QB 8 0-0 0 0-0 48 1960 Bert Coan, RB 9 0-0 0 0-0 54 1961 Curtis McClinton, FB 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 1962 Gale Sayers, RB 7 0-0 0 0-0 42 1963 Gale Sayers, RB 8 0-0 1 0-0 50 1964 Gale Sayers, RB 5 0-0 0 0-0 30 1965 Rick Abernethy, LB 4 0-0 0 0-0 24 Bill Fenton, QB 4 0-0 0 0-0 24 1966 Thermus Butler, HB 3 0-0 0 1-1 21 1967 Bobby Douglass, QB 7 0-0 0 0-0 42 1968 Bobby Douglass, QB 12 0-0 0 0-0 72 1969 Bill Bell, K 0 17-19 0 5-14 32 1970 John Riggins, RB 14 0-0 0 0-0 84 1971 Steve Conley, RB 5 0-0 1 0-0 32 John Schroll, TE 5 0-0 1 0-0 32 1972 Bruce Adams, WR 8 0-0 1 0-0 50 1973 Delvin Williams, RB 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 1974 Laverne Smith, RB 5 0-0 0 0-0 30 1975 Nolan Cromwell, QB 9 0-0 0 0-0 54 1976 Mike Hubach, K/P 0 28-30 0 7-14 49 1977 Mike Hubach, K/P 0 16-16 0 3-8 25 1978 Mike Hubach, K/P 0 10-10 0 4-12 22 1979 Mike Hubach, K/P 0 18-20 0 7-14 39 1980 Kerwin Bell, RB 8 0-0 0 0-0 48 1981 Bruce Kallmeyer, K 0 16-16 0 12-14 52 1982 Bruce Kallmeyer, K 0 14-14 0 10-14 44 1983 Bruce Kallmeyer, K 0 26-29 0 24-29 98 1984 Dodge Schwartzburg, K 0 21-22 0 15-18 66 1985 Jeff Johnson, K 0 29-32 0 18-25 83 1986 Arnold Snell, FB 5 0-0 0 0-0 30 1987 Louis Klemp, K 0 14-14 0 7-13 35 1988 Brad Fleeman, PK 0 22-23 0 7-9 43 1989 Tony Sands, RB 11 0-0 0 0-0 66 1990 Dan Eichloff, P/PK 0 22-22 0 15-21 67 1991 Dan Eichloff, P/PK 0 31-33 0 18-24 85 1992 Dan Eichloff, P/PK 0 38-38 0 16-20 86 1993 June Henley, RB 13 0-0 0 0-0 78 1994 L.T. Levine, RB 11 0-0 0 0-0 66 1995 Jeff McCord, K 0 33-36 0 9-12 60 1996 June Henley, RB 18 0-0 0 0-0 108 1997 Joe Garcia, K 0 18-20 0 11-14 51 1998 Joe Garcia, K 0 27-29 0 12-17 63 1999 Moran Norris, RB 9 0-0 0 0-0 54 2000 Joe Garcia, K 0 29-31 0 10-14 59 2001 Johnny Beck, PK 0 16-17 0 14-20 58 2002 Bill Whittemore, QB 11 0-0 0 0 66 2003 Bill Whittemore, QB 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 2004 John Randle, RB/DB 9 0-0 0 0-0 54 2005 Scott Webb, PK 0 27-29 0 14-19 69 2006 Scott Webb, PK 0 37-39 0 13-18 76 2007 Scott Webb, PK 0 66-67 0 18-26 120 2008 Dezmon Briscoe, WR 15 0-0 0 0-0 90 2009 Jacob Branstetter, PK 0 42-44 0 13-19 81 2010 James Sims, RB 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 2011 James Sims, RB 9 0-0 0 0-0 54 2012 James Sims, HB 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 2013 James Sims, HB 7 0-0 0 0-0 42 2014 Matthew Wyman, PK 0 25-27 0 9-15 52 2015 Ke’aun Kinner, RB 5 0-0 0 0-0 30 2016 Matthew Wyman, PK 0 26-26 0 13-19 65 2017 Gabriel Rui, PK 0 23-23 0 17-20 74 2018 Gabriel Rui, PK 0 28-28 0 12-17 64 * Two-point conversion rule adopted in 1958


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CAREER RECORDS No. 87 69 69 68 63 48 48 45

Years 1990-93 2001-04 1980-83 2004-07 1997-2000 2013-16 1976-79 2008-10

Field Goals Made 1. Dan Eichloff 2. Bruce Kallmeyer 3. Scott Webb 4. Johnny Beck Joe Garcia 6. Jacob Branstetter

M-A 62-87 53-69 47-68 40-69 40-63 30-45

Years 1990-93 1980-83 2004-07 2001-04 1997-2000 2008-10

M-A 159-164 118-122 116-119 103-111 104-109

Years 2004-07 2008-10 1990-93 1997-2000 1994-96

PATs Made 1. Scott Webb 2. Jacob Branstetter 3. Dan Eichloff 4. Jeff McCord 5. Joe Garcia 6. Bill Bell 7. Bruce Kallmeyer 8. Mike Hubach

No. 159 118 116 104 103 78 74 72

Years 2004-07 2008-10 1990-93 1994-96 1997-2000 1967-69 1980-83 1976-79

PAT Percentage (min. 100 attempts) Pct. Years 1. Dan Eichloff 97.5 (116-119) 1990-93 2. Scott Webb 97.0 (159-164) 2004-07 3. Jacob Branstetter 96.7 (112-122) 2008-10 Consecutive PATs Made 1. Dan Eichloff

No. 60

Years 1990-93

SEASON RECORDS Field Goals Attempted 1. Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 2. Scott Webb, Sr. 3. Jeff Johnson, Jr. 4. Dan Eichloff, So. 5. Dan Eichloff, Fr. 6. Gabriel Rui, Jr. Johnny Beck, Fr. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 9. Matthew Wyman, Sr. Jacob Branstetter, Jr. Scott Webb, So.

M-A 24-29 18-26 18-25 18-24 15-21 17-20 14-20 16-20 13-19 13-19 14-19

Year 1983 2007 1985 1991 1990 2017 2001 1992 2016 2009 2005

Pct. 85.7 (12-14) 85.0 (17-20) 83.3 (15-18) 82.8 (24-29) 80.0 (16-20)

Year 1981 2017 1984 1983 1992

Most Consecutive Field Goals Made No. Year 1. Dodge Schwartzburg, Sr. 11 1984 PATs Attempted 1. Scott Webb, Sr. 2. Bill Bell, Jr. 3. Jacob Branstetter, So. 4. Jacob Branstetter, Jr. 5. John Konek, Sr. 6. Scott Webb, Jr. 7. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 8. Jeff McCord, Fr. Bill Rinehart, Jr. 10. Bob Helmbacher, So.

M-A 66-67 48-53 51-52 42-44 33-43 37-39 38-38 37-37 25-37 32-34

Year 2007 1968 2008 2009 1952 2006 1992 1994 1949 1970

PATs Made 1. Scott Webb, Sr. 2. Jacob Branstetter, So. 3. Bill Bell, Jr. 4. Jacob Branstetter, Jr. 5. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 6. Scott Webb, Jr. Jeff McCord, Fr. 8. John Konek, So. 9. Bob Helmbacher, So. 10. Johnny Beck, Jr. Dan Eichloff, So.

No. 66 51 48 42 38 37 37 33 32 31 31

Year 2007 2008 1968 2009 1992 2006 1994 1952 1970 2003 1991

PAT Percentage 1. Gabriel Rui, Sr. Gabriel Rui, Jr. Matthew Wyman, Sr. Nick Prolago, Fr. Scott Webb, Fr. Jeff McCord, Fr. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 8. Jacob Branstetter, So. 9. Jacob Branstetter, Sr. Dan Eichloff, Sr.

Pct. 100.0 (28-28) 100.0 (23-23) 100.0 (26-26) 100.0 (14-14) 100.0 (29-29) 100.0 (37-37) 100.0 (38-38) 98.0 (51-52) 96.2 (25-26) 96.2 (25-26)

Year 2018 2017 2016 2012 2004 1994 1992 2008 2010 1993

Consecutive PATs Made 1. Jacob Branstetter, So. 2. Scott Webb, Sr. 3. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 4. Jeff McCord, Fr.

No. 49 44 38 37

Year 2008 2007 1992 1994

GAME RECORDS Field Goals Made No. Game, Date 1. Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 5 vs. Wichita State, 9-17-83 Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 5 vs. Nebraska, 10-31-81 3. Scott Webb, Jr. 4 vs. Kansas St., 11-18-06 Johnny Beck, Jr. 4 vs. UNLV, 9-6-03 Johnny Beck, Fr. 4 vs. Texas Tech, 10-6-01 Dan Eichloff, Sr. 4 vs. W. Carolina, 9-4-93 Dan Eichloff, Jr. 4 vs. Oklahoma St., 11-2-92 Dan Eichloff, Jr. 4 vs. Tulsa, 9-19-92 Dodge Schwartzburg, Sr. 4 vs. Oklahoma, 10-27-84 Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 4 vs. USC, 9-24-83 Dennis Kerbel, Fr. 4 vs. Oregon St., 9-27-75 Longest Field Goal 1. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 2. Johnny Beck, Fr. 3. Dan Eichloff, Fr. 4. Jacob Branstetter, Jr. Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 6. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 7. Gabriel Rui, Sr. Brad Fleeman, Jr. Jeff Johnson, Jr. Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 11. Jeff Johnson, Jr. Mike Hubach, Sr. 13. Matthew Wyman, Fr. Johnny Beck, Fr. Joe Garcia, Sr. Dan Eichloff, Sr. Bruce Kallmeyer, Jr. Mike Hubach, Sr.

Yds. Game, Date 61 vs. Ball State, 9-12-92 59 at Colorado, 9-22-01 58 vs. Kansas St., 10-27-90 57 vs. Oklahoma, 10-24-09 57 at Iowa State, 10-8-83 55 vs. Ball State, 9-12-92 54 vs. Nicholls, 9-1-18 54 vs. Kansas St., 11-5-88 54 at Oklahoma, 11-2-85 54 vs. Missouri, 11-19-83 53 vs. Indiana St. 9-21-85 53 vs. Oklahoma St., 10-27-79 52 vs. LA Tech, 9-21-13 52 vs. UCLA, 9-8-01 52 vs. Colorado, 10-21-00 52 at Michigan St., 9-11-93 52 at Oklahoma St., 10-9-82 52 vs. Colorado, 11-17-79

PATs Attempted No. Game, Date 1. Scott Webb, Sr. 11 vs. Nebraska, 11-3-07 2. Bill Bell, Jr. 10 vs. New Mexico, 10-5-68 3. Scott Webb, Fr. 9 vs. Toledo, 9-11-04 4. Jeff McCord, Fr. 8 vs. UAB, 9-24-94 Dan Eichloff, Jr. 8 vs. Ball State, 9-12-92 Bill Weidlein 8 vs. St. Mary’s, 10-5-1912 7. Gabriel Rui, Sr. 7 vs. Rutgers, 9-15-18 Matthew Wyman, Sr. 7 vs. Rhode Island, 9-3-16 Jacob Branstetter, So. 7 vs. Kansas State, 11-1-08 Scott Webb, Sr. 7 vs. SELA, 9-8-07 Scott Webb, Jr. 7 vs. NW State, 9-2-06 Joe Garcia, So. 7 vs. Illinois State, 9-19-98 Bill Rinehart, Jr. 7 vs. Oklahoma, 10-22-49 PATs Made 1. Scott Webb, Sr. 2. Scott Webb, Fr. 3. Jeff McCord, Fr. Dan Eichloff, Jr. Bill Bell, Jr. Bill Weidlein, Jr. 7. Gabriel Rui, Sr. Matthew Wyman, Sr. Jacob Branstetter, So. Scott Webb, Jr. Joe Garcia, So.

No. Game, Date 10 vs. Nebraska, 11-3-07 9 vs. Toledo, 9-11-04 8 vs. UAB, 9-24-94 8 vs. Ball State, 9-12-92 8 vs. New Mexico, 10-5-68 8 vs. St. Mary’s, 10-5-1912 7 vs. Rutgers, 9-15-18 7 vs. Rhode Island, 9-3-16 7 vs. Kansas State, 11-1-08 7 vs. NW State, 9-2-06 7 vs. Illinois State, 9-19-98

J A Y H A W K

PATs Attempted 1. Scott Webb 2. Jacob Branstetter 3. Dan Eichloff 4. Joe Garcia 5. Jeff McCord

Field Goal Percentage 1. Bruce Kallmeyer, So. 2. Gabriel Rui, Jr. 3. D. Schwartzburg, Sr. 4. Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 5. Dan Eichloff, Jr.

Year 1983 2007 1991 1985 2017 1992 1990 1984 2005 2001

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Field Goal Percentage (Min. 24 Attempts) Pct. Years 1. Gabriel Rui 78.4 (29-37) 2017-18 2. Bruce Kallmeyer 77.9 (53-69) 1980-83 3. Dan Eichloff 71.3 (62-87) 1990-93 4. Scott Webb 69.1 (47-68) 2004-07 5. Jacob Branstetter 66.7 (30-45) 2008-10

M-A 24-29 18-26 18-24 18-25 17-20 16-20 15-21 15-18 14-19 14-20

R O C K

Field Goal Attempts 1. Dan Eichloff 2. Johnny Beck Bruce Kallmeyer 4. Scott Webb 5. Joe Garcia 6. Matthew Wyman Mike Hubach 8. Jacob Branstetter

Field Goals Made 1. Bruce Kallmeyer, Sr. 2. Scott Webb, Sr. Dan Eichloff, So. Jeff Johnson, Jr. 5. Gabriel Rui, Jr. 6. Dan Eichloff, Jr. 7. Dan Eichloff, Fr. Dodge Schwartzburg, Sr. 9. Scott Webb, So. Johnny Beck, Fr.

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PUNTING

YEARLY LEADERS

CAREER RECORDS

Punts No. Years 1. Mike Hubach 259 1976-79 2. Kyle Tucker 228 2004-07 3. Bucky Scribner 217 1980-82 Marc Harris 217 1971-73 5. Dan Eichloff 207 1990-93 6. Alonso Rojas 174 2008-10 7. Trevor Pardula 167 2013-14 8. Cole Moos 156 2016-17 9. Joey Pelfanio 137 1999-2000 Dean Royal 137 1996-97 Punting Yardage 1. Mike Hubach 2. Bucky Scribner 3. Kyle Tucker 4. Dan Eichloff 5. Marc Harris 6. Trevor Pardula 7. Alonso Rojas 8. Cole Moos 9. Joey Pelfanio 10. Dean Royal

Yards 10,618 9,670 9,222 8,631 7,881 7,341 7,223 6,276 6,005 5,664

F O OT B A L L

Years 1976-79 1980-82 2004-07 1990-93 1971-73 2013-14 2008-10 2016-17 1999-2000 1996-97

Punting Average (Min. 75 punts) Avg. Years 1. Bucky Scribner 44.6 1980-82 2. Trevor Pardula 44.0 2013-14 3. Ted Rohde 42.6 1954-56 4. Ron Doherty 41.7 2010-12 Darrin Simmons 41.7 1994-95 Dan Eichloff 41.7 1990-93 B.J. Lohsen 41.7 1988-89 8. Alonso Rojas 41.5 2008-10

SEASON RECORDS Punts No. 1. Trevor Pardula, Jr. 84 2. Cole Moos, Sr. 83 Trevor Pardula, Sr. 83 4. Curtis Ansel, Jr. 82 5. Mike Hubach, So. 80 6. Dean Royal, Sr. 79 7. Bucky Scribner, Jr. 76 Mike Hubach, Jr. 76 Marc Harris, So. 76 10. Bucky Scribner, Sr. 75 Marc Harris, Jr. 75

Year 2013 2017 2014 2002 1977 1997 1981 1978 1971 1982 1972

Punting Yardage Yards 1. Trevor Pardula, Sr. 3,673 2. Trevor Pardula, Jr. 3,668 3. Bucky Scribner, Sr. 3,478 4. Curtis Ansel, Jr. 3,459 5. Dean Royal, Sr. 3,435 6. Cole Moos, Sr. 3,287 7. Bucky Scribner, Jr. 3,283 8. Mike Hubach, So. 3,245 9. Mike Hubach, Jr. 3,146 10. Kyle Thompson, So. 3,133

Year 2014 2013 1982 2002 1997 2017 1981 1977 1978 2018

Punting Average (Min. 35 punts) Avg. 1. Bucky Scribner, Sr. 45.8 2. John Hadl, So. 45.6 3. Trevor Pardula, Sr. 44.3 4. Bucky Scribner, So. 44.1 5. Darrin Simmons, Sr. 43.8 Bucky Scribner, Jr. 43.8 7. Trevor Pardula, Jr. 43.7 8. Dean Royal, Sr. 43.5 9. Kyle Thompson, So. 43.3 10. Joey Pelfanio, Jr. 43.0

Year 1982 1959 2014 1980 1995 1981 2013 1997 2018 1999

GAME RECORDS Punts No. Game, Date 1. David Harris, Jr. 15 vs. Nebraska, 10-21-72 2. Trevor Pardula, Sr. 14 at West Virginia, 10-4-14 3. Cole Moos, Sr. 13 at Iowa State, 1-14-18 4. Matthew Wyman, Jr. 12 vs. West Virginia, 11-21-15 Dean Royal, Sr. 12 vs. Nebraska, 10-25-97 Rob Dickerson, Jr. 12 vs. Nebraska, 11-16-85 7. Cole Moos, Sr. 11 at TCU, 10-21-18 Trevor Pardula, Sr. 11 at Oklahoma, 11-22-14 Trevor Pardula, Jr. 11 vs. Baylor, 10-21-13 Ron Doherty, So. 11 vs. Oklahoma, 10-15-11 Kyle Tucker, So. 11 vs. Texas, 11-12-05 Chris Tyrrell, Fr. 11 vs. Oklahoma, 10-13-01 Rich Reith, Sr. 11 vs. Auburn, 9-12-87 John Brehm, So. 11 vs. Oklahoma St., 10-25-86 Bucky Scribner, Jr. 11 vs. Missouri, 11-21-81 Bucky Scribner, Jr. 11 vs. Oklahoma, 10-17-81 Bucky Scribner, Jr. 11 vs. Kentucky, 9-19-81 Mike Hubach, Jr. 11 vs. Washington, 9-16-78 Bob Swift, Jr. 11 vs. Oklahoma, 11-16-74 Marc Harris, Sr. 11 vs. Washington St., 9-15-73 Marc Harris, So. 11 vs. Florida State, 9-25-71 Punting Yardage Yards Game, Date 1. Trevor Pardula, Sr. 621 at West Virginia, 10-4-14 2. Dean Royal, Sr. 535 vs. Nebraska, 10-25-97 3. Trevor Pardula, Jr. 515 vs. Baylor, 10-21-13 4. Marc Harris, Jr. 497 vs. Nebraska, 10-21-72 5. Cole Moos, Sr. 495 at Iowa State, 10-14-17 Punting Average (Min. 5 punts) Avg. 1. Trevor Pardula, Jr. 57.6 (5 for 288 yards)

Game, Date vs. LA Tech, 9-21-13

Punting Average (Min. 8 punts) 1. Trevor Pardula, Sr. 51.8 (8 for 414 yards)

at Duke, 9-4-14

Longest Punt Yds. Game, Date 1. John Hadl, So. 94 vs. Oklahoma, 10-24-59 2. Ted Rohde, Jr. 84 vs. Iowa State, 10-8-55 3. Curtis Ansel, Jr. 83 at Baylor, 10-5-02 Mike Hubach, Sr. 83 vs. Iowa State, 10-20-79 5. Cole Moos, Jr. 82 at Baylor, 10-15-16 Curtis Ansel, Jr. 82 at UNLV, 9-7-02 Dean Royal, Sr. 82 vs. Missouri, 9-13-97 8. B.J. Lohsen, Sr. 79 vs. Oklahoma St., 11-4-89 9. Trevor Pardula, Jr. 78 vs. LA Tech, 9-21-13 Rich Reith, Jr. 78 vs. Kansas State, 10-18-86 11. Kyle Thompson, So. 76 vs. Texas, 11-23-18

Year Player 1937 Max Replogle 1938 Ralph Miller 1939 Frank Bukaty 1940 Don Pollom 1941 Ralph Miller 1942 Hoyt Baker 1943 Don Barrington 1944 Leroy Robison 1945 Frank Pattee 1946 Frank Pattee 1947 Tom Scott 1948 Dolph Simons, Fr. 1949 Bill Mace, Fr. 1950 Dolph Simons, Jr. 1951 George Mrkonic, Jr. 1952 Gil Reich, Sr. 1953 Ralph Moody, So. 1954 Ted Rohde, So. 1955 Ted Rohde, Jr. 1956 Ted Rohde, Sr. 1957 Jim Letcavits, Sr. 1958 Doyle Schick, So. 1959 John Hadl, So. 1960 John Hadl, Jr. 1961 John Hadl, Sr. 1962 Tony Leiker, Jr. 1963 Tony Leiker, Sr. 1964 Mike Johnson, Jr. 1965 Bill Lynch 1966 Dave Morgan, So. 1967 Dave Morgan, Jr. 1968 Bill Bell, Jr. 1969 Bill Bell, Sr. 1970 Keith Lieppman, Sr. 1971 Marc Harris, So. 1972 Marc Harris, Jr. 1973 Marc Harris, Sr. 1974 Bob Swift, Jr. 1975 John O’Rear, Sr. 1976 Mike Hubach, Fr. 1977 Mike Hubach, So. 1978 Mike Hubach, Jr. 1979 Mike Hubach, Sr. 1980 Bucky Scribner, So. 1981 Bucky Scribner, Jr. 1982 Bucky Scribner, Sr. 1983 Clint Colburn, Fr. 1984 Tom Becker, Fr. 1985 Rob Dickerson, Jr. 1986 Rich Rieth, Jr. 1987 John Brehm, Jr. 1988 B.J. Lohsen, Jr. 1989 B.J. Lohsen, Sr. 1990 Dan Eichloff, Fr. 1991 Dan Eichloff, So. 1992 Dan Eichloff, Jr. 1993 Dan Eichloff, Sr. 1994 Darrin Simmons, Jr. 1995 Darrin Simmons, Sr. 1996 Dean Royal, Jr. 1997 Dean Royal, Sr. 1998 Matt Tyler, Fr. 1999 Joey Pelfanio, Jr. 2000 Joey Pelfanio, Sr. 2001 Chris Tyrrell, Fr. 2002 Curtis Ansel, Jr. 2003 Curtis Ansel, Sr. 2004 Kyle Tucker, Fr. 2005 Kyle Tucker, So. 2006 Kyle Tucker, Jr. 2007 Kyle Tucker, Sr. 2008 Alonso Rojas, So. 2009 Alonso Rojas, Jr. 2010 Alonso Rojas, Sr. 2011 Ron Doherty, So. 2012 Ron Doherty, Jr. 2013 Trevor Pardula, Jr. 2014 Trevor Pardula, Sr. 2015 Matthew Wyman, Jr. 2016 Cole Moos, Jr. 2017 Cole Moos, Sr. 2018 Kyle Thompson, So.

No. 44 17 42 26 47 30 45 30 20 44 13 34 34 32 42 26 34 29 20 26 48 16 43 43 50 49 30 15 46 46 22 41 65 75 76 75 66 58 50 34 80 76 69 66 76 75 47 50 69 69 15 55 48 39 54 55 59 41 51 58 79 63 72 65 53 82 47 58 66 58 46 58 52 64 64 56 84 83 53 73 83 69

Avg. 37.5 40.3 40.3 32.0 39.1 35.9 28.1 36.0 32.3 33.1 35.0 36.9 38.1 41.1 35.3 35.6 37.9 43.7 42.3 41.6 36.6 39.9 45.6 40.5 36.1 39.2 39.7 39.7 41.5 42.4 39.2 41.9 36.5 40.4 37.5 33.9 37.7 38.1 38.0 38.0 40.6 41.4 42.5 44.1 42.8 45.8 37.3 37.3 41.1 39.1 41.7 41.0 42.5 42.6 42.3 40.6 41.5 39.1 43.8 38.4 43.5 37.1 43.0 38.5 40.5 42.2 41.2 40.1 42.9 39.2 38.9 40.7 41.4 42.4 42.8 40.5 43.7 44.3 41.5 41.4 39.6 43.3


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CAREER RECORDS

GAME RECORDS

No. 94 88 80 61 59

Kick Return Yards 1. D.J. Beshears 2. Marcus Herford 3. Greg Heaggans 4. Ryan Schadler 5. JaCorey Shepherd

Yards 2,123 2,075 1,885 1,336 1,320

Years 2008-12 2005-08 2002-05 2011-14 2015, 20017-18 Years 2009-12 2005-08 2002-05 2015, 2017-18 2011-14

SEASON RECORDS

Kick Return Yards 1. D.J. Beshears, Jr. 2. D.J. Beshears, So. 3. Marcus Herford, Jr. 4. JaCorey Shepherd, Sr. 5. Marcus Herford, So.

No. 49 37 36 33 31

Year 2011 2014 2010 2015 2007

Yards 1,014 922 888 773 757

Year 2011 2010 2007 2014 2006

Kick Return Average (Min. 10) 29.6 John Hadl (10 for 296) (Min. 15) 26.3 Ashaundai Smith (17 for 448) (Min. 25) 28.6 Marcus Herford (31 for 888)

1959

Longest Kick Returns Yards Game, Date 1. Art Pooler 108 vs. Oklahoma, 10-21-1905 2. Greg Heaggans, So. 100 vs. Missouri State, 9-14-02 Eric Vann, Jr. 100 vs. Oklahoma, 10-5-96 June Henley, Fr. 100 vs. Colorado, 11-13-93 5. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. 99 vs. Ohio, 9-10-16 6. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. 98 vs. Texas, 11-21-09 7. Carl Nesmith, Jr. 97* vs. Colorado, 9-18-99 John Hadl, So. 97 vs. Syracuse, 9-26-59 9. Vince O’Neil, So. 96 vs. Nebraska, 10-17-70 10. Ashaundai Smith, Jr. 93 vs. UAB, 9-24-94 Gale Sayers, Sr. 93 vs. Oklahoma, 10-17-64 *- Did not score

1994 2007

D.J. BESHEARS

No. 7 12 11 10 5 6 9 9 11 12 9 10 4 8 6 9 7 10 20 14 13 15 21 12 15 10 10 16 11 11 12 11 6 13 12 13 19 8 15 17 24 17 21 15 15 11 17 15 18 21 16 21 9 15 28 28 15 11 29 31 28 19 36 49 13 24 37 33 28 25 11

Yds. 159 280 259 278 132 220 172 126 261 260 212 296 87 165 141 184 195 156 387 285 217 279 494 212 257 117 180 369 214 179 263 201 124 234 276 254 380 83 282 293 531 326 422 263 330 250 448 340 451 455 377 484 196 331 691 665 359 246 757 888 430 432 922 1,014 260 547 773 750 601 562 246

Avg. 22.7 23.3 23.5 27.8 26.4 36.7 19.1 14.0 23.7 21.7 23.6 29.6 21.8 20.6 23.5 20.4 27.8 15.6 19.4 20.4 16.7 18.6 23.5 17.7 17.1 11.7 18.0 23.1 19.5 16.3 21.9 18.3 20.7 21.3 23.0 19.5 20.0 10.4 18.8 17.2 22.1 19.2 20.1 17.5 22.0 22.8 26.4 22.7 25.1 21.7 23.6 23.0 21.8 22.4 24.7 23.8 23.9 22.4 26.1 28.6 15.4 22.7 25.6 20.7 20.0 22.8 20.9 22.7 21.5 22.5 22.4

J A Y H A W K

Kick Returns 1. D.J. Beshears, Jr. 2. JaCorey Shepherd, Sr. 3. D.J. Beshears, So. 4. Ryan Schadler, RFr. 5. Marcus Herford, Jr.

Kick Return Yards No.-Yards Game, Date 1. Marcus Herford, Jr. 6-203 vs. Nebraska, 11-3-07 2. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. 6-201 vs. Ohio, 9-10-16 3. D.J. Beshears, Jr. 7-197 vs. No. Illinois, 9-10-11 4. Dezmon Briscoe, So. 7-195 vs. Missouri, 11-29-08 Greg Heaggans, So. 4-195 vs. Missouri St., 9-14-02 6. JaCorey Shepherd, Jr. 5-169 vs. Oklahoma St., 11-9-13

Player Forrest Griffith, Jr. Forrest Griffith, Sr. Charlie Hoag, So. Charlie Hoag, Jr. Charlie Hoag, Sr. Don Hess, Jr. Terry McIntosh, So. Bev Buller, Sr. Homer Floyd, So. Homer Floyd, Jr. Homer Floyd, Sr. John Hadl, So. John Hadl, Jr. John Hadl, Sr. Gale Sayers, So. Gale Sayers, Jr. Gale Sayers, Sr. Mike Johnson, Sr. Donnie Shanklin, So. Junior Riggins, Jr. Donnie Shanklin, Sr. Steve Conley, So. Ron Jessie, Sr. Steve Conley, Sr. Delvin Williams, Jr. Laverne Smith, Fr. Eddie Lewis, Jr. Eric Franklin, Fr. Mike Higgins, Fr. Jimmy Little, So. Mike Higgins, Jr. Wayne Capers, Fr. Wayne Capers, So. Bobby Johnson, Jr. Darren Green, Jr. Darren Green, Sr. Milt Garner, Fr. Undra Lofton, So. Scott Shriner, Jr. Frank Hatchett, Fr. Arnold Snell, Sr. Maurice Douglas, So. Maurice Douglas, Jr. George White, So. George White, Jr. Dorian Brew, So. Ashaundai Smith, Jr. Ashaundai Smith, Sr. Eric Vann, Jr. David Winbush, Fr. Mitch Bowles, Jr. Carl Nesmith, Jr. David Winbush, Sr. Termaine Fulton, Sr. Greg Heaggans, So. Greg Heaggans, Jr. Greg Heaggans, Sr. Kenneth Thompson, Jr. Marcus Herford, So. Marcus Herford, Jr. Marcus Herford, Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Jr. D.J. Beshears, So. D.J. Beshears, Jr. Tre’ Parmalee, Fr. JaCorey Shepherd, Jr. JaCorey Shepherd, Sr. Ryan Schadler, RFr. LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. Ryan Schadler, Jr. Pooka Williams Jr., Fr.

C H A L K

Kick Return Average (Min. 25 Returns) 25.7 Charlie Hoag (26 for 669) 1950-52 (Min. 50 Returns) 23.6 Marcus Herford (88 for 2,075) 2005-08 23.6 Greg Heaggans (80 for 1,885) 2002-04

Kick Returns No. Game, Date 1. JaCorey Shepherd, Sr. 8 at Baylor, 11-1-14 2. D.J. Beshears, Jr. 7 vs. Oklahoma, 10-15-11 D.J. Beshears, Jr. 7 vs. N. Illinois, 9-10-11 Dezmon Briscoe, So. 7 vs. Missouri, 11-29-08 5. Ryan Schadler, Jr. 6 at Oklahoma St., 11-25-17 Steven Sims Jr., Jr. 6 vs. Baylor, 11-4-17 LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. 6 at West Virginia, 11-5-16 LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. 6 vs. Ohio, 9-10-16 Ryan Schadler, RFr. 6 vs. Kansas State, 11-28-15 JaCorey Shepherd, Sr. 6 vs. TCU, 11-15-14 D.J. Beshears, Jr. 6 vs. Texas Tech, 10-1-11 Marcus Herford, Sr. 6 vs. Nebraska, 11-8-08 Marcus Herford, Jr. 6 vs. Nebraska, 11-3-07 Marcus Herford, So. 6 vs. Missouri, 11-25-06

Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

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Kick Returns 1. D.J. Beshears 2. Marcus Herford 3. Greg Heaggans 4. JaCorey Shepherd 5. Ryan Schadler

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PUNT RETURNS

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CAREER RECORDS

CHARLES

96 GORDON 2003-05

PUNT RETURNS

BRUCE

69ADAMS DONNIE 57 SHANKLIN DAYMOND 56 PATTERSON 1972-74

PUNT RETURNS 1966-68

PUNT RETURNS 2008-12

CHARLES GORDON

PUNT RETURNS

Punt Return Yards 1. Charles Gordon 2. Donnie Shanklin 3. Bud French

Yards 999 606 600

Years 2002-05 1966-68 1946-49

Punt Return Average Avg. Years (Min. 15) Ralph Moody 19.5 (15-293) 1953-55 (Min. 18) Isaac Byrd 14.6 (18-262) 1995-96 Punt Return Touchdowns 1. Donnie Shanklin

No. 3

Years 1966-68

Punt Return Touchdowns No. Year 1. Milt Garner, Jr. 2 1986 LeRoy Irvin, Sr. 2 1979 Gil Reich, Sr. 2 1952

GAME RECORDS Punt Returns No. 1. Dutch Lonborg, Sr. 13 Punt Return Yards Yards 1. Dutch Lonborg, Sr. 277 2. Donnie Shanklin, Sr. 139 Punt Return Average (Min. 4) Donnie Shankin, Sr.

SEASON RECORDS Punt Returns 1. Charles Gordon, Sr. 2. Dutch Lonborg, Sr. 3. Charles Gordon, Jr. 4. LeRoy Irvin, Sr. Bruce Adams, Sr. 6. Charles Gordon, So.

No. 41 32 29 27 27 26

Years 2005 1920 2004 1979 1974 2003

Punt Return Yards 1. Charles Gordon, Sr. 2. Charles Gordon, So. 3. Gil Reich, Sr. 4. LeRoy Irvin, Sr.

Yards 398 341 327 321

Year 2005 2003 1952 1979

Punt Return Average Avg. (Min. 10) Isaac Byrd, Sr. 19.5 (11-214) (Min. 15) Gil Reich, Sr. 17.2 (19-327)

Year 1996 1952

Game, Date vs. Drake, 10-16-20 Game, Date vs. Drake, 10-16-20 vs. Indiana, 9-28-68

Avg. 34.8 (4-139)

Game, Date vs. Indiana, 1968

Punt Return Touchdowns No. 1. Several times 1 (Most recent: Nick Harwell at West Virginia, 10-4-14) Longest Punt Return 1. Isaac Byrd, Sr. 2. Bob Marshall, Jr. 3. Lee Hawkins, Sr. 4. Brian Murph, So. 5. Charles Gordon, So. Ralph Moody, Jr. 7. Harrison Hill, Fr. Dorian Brew, Jr. 9. Henri Childs, Fr. 10. Dick Blowey, Jr. * - Did not score

Yards Game, Date 94 vs. Oklahoma, 10-5-96 90 vs. Oklahoma St., 10-26-56 88 vs. Iowa State, 10-23-71 85 vs. Houston, 12-23-05 82* vs. UNLV, 9-6-03 82 vs. UCLA, 9-25-54 81 vs. UAB, 9-26-98 81 vs. UAB, 9-24-94 79 vs. Missouri, 9-12-98 78* vs. SMU, 10-23-54

Year Player 1948 Bud French, Jr. 1949 Bud French, Sr. 1950 Marion Wells, Jr. 1951 Marion Wells, Sr. 1952 Gil Reich, Sr. 1953 Don Hess, Jr. 1954 Ralph Moody, Jr. 1955 Ralph Moody, Sr. 1956 Bob Marshall, Jr. 1957 Larry Carrier, Jr. 1958 Homer Floyd, Sr. 1959 John Hadl, So. 1960 Roger McFarland, So. 1961 John Hadl, Sr. 1962 Ron Oelschlager, So. 1963 Gale Sayers, Jr. 1964 Gale Sayers, Sr. 1965 Charlie Hess, Sr. 1966 Donnie Shanklin, So. 1967 Donnie Shanklin, Jr. 1968 Donnie Shanklin, Sr. 1969 Steve Conley, So. 1970 Steve Conley, Jr. 1971 Lee Hawkins, Sr. 1972 Bruce Adams, So. 1973 Bruce Adams, Jr. 1974 Bruce Adams, Sr. 1975 Eddie Lewis, Sr. 1976 Skip Sharp, Sr. 1977 Jimmy Little, So. 1978 Jimmy Little, Jr. 1979 LeRoy Irvin, Sr. 1980 Dan Wagoner, Jr. 1981 Dan Wagoner, Sr. 1982 Darren Green, So. 1983 Darren Green, Jr. 1984 C.J. Eanes, Fr. 1985 C.J. Eanes, So. 1986 Milt Garner, Jr. 1987 Milt Garner, Sr. 1988 Tim Hill, Fr. 1989 Matt Gay, Fr. 1990 Charley Bowen, So. 1991 Matt Gay, Jr. 1992 Charley Bowen, Sr. 1993 Dorian Brew, So. 1994 Dorian Brew, Jr. 1995 Isaac Byrd, Jr. 1996 Isaac Byrd, Sr. 1997 Tony Blevins, Sr. 1998 Henrí Childs, Fr. 1999 Henrí Childs, So. 2000 Roger Ross, Jr. 2001 Roger Ross, Sr. 2002 Remuise Johnson, Jr. 2003 Charles Gordon, So. 2004 Charles Gordon, Jr. 2005 Charles Gordon, Sr. 2006 Jonathan Lamb, Sr. 2007 Raimond Pendleton, So. 2008 Daymond Patterson, Fr. 2009 Daymond Patterson, So. 2010 Daymond Patterson, Jr. 2011 D.J. Beshears, Jr. 2012 Daymond Patterson, Sr. 2013 Connor Embree, Jr. 2014 Nick Harwell, Sr. 2015 Tre’ Parmalee, Sr. 2016 LaQuvionte Gonzalez, Jr. 2017 Steven Sims Jr., Jr. 2018 Kwamie Lassiter II, Jr.

No. 25 21 12 14 19 7 9 3 6 6 14 10 15 17 9 5 15 19 17 25 15 13 18 11 16 26 27 11 24 24 11 27 12 11 21 8 13 26 14 13 4 10 9 15 17 7 12 7 11 24 15 20 23 25 19 26 29 41 15 14 22 21 13 10 6 16 8 10 6 12 14

Yds. Avg. 307 12.3 293 13.9 193 16.1 148 10.6 327 17.2 83 11.9 150 16.7 64 21.3 124 20.7 73 12.2 130 9.3 81 8.1 134 8.9 191 11.2 113 12.6 130 26.0 138 9.2 46 2.4 212 12.5 271 10.8 213 14.2 120 9.2 155 8.6 151 13.7 123 7.7 292 11.2 132 4.9 32 2.9 173 7.2 142 5.9 95 8.6 321 11.9 25 2.1 43 3.9 194 9.2 89 11.1 83 6.3 194 7.5 193 13.8 134 10.3 12 3.0 66 6.6 86 9.6 182 12.1 122 7.2 97 13.9 152 12.7 48 6.6 214 19.5 122 5.1 166 11.1 226 11.3 189 8.2 269 10.8 124 6.5 341 13.1 260 9.0 398 9.7 165 11.0 170 12.1 243 11.0 168 8.0 49 3.8 72 7.2 45 7.5 182 11.4 155 19.4 28 2.8 -10 -1.7 77 6.4 79 5.6


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SEASON RECORDS

Tackles By a Lineman 1. Eldridge Avery 2. Gregg Smith 3. Mike Butler 4. John Zook

No. 268 256 208 202

Years 1983, 85-87 1977-78, 80-81 1973-77 1966-68

Tackles By a Linebacker No. 1. Willie Pless 633 2. Nick Reid 416 3. Rick Bredesen 403 4. Joe Dineen Jr. 386 5. Kyle McNorton 381

Years 1982-85 2002-05 1984-87 2015-18 1978-81

Tackles By a Defensive Back No. 1. LeRoy Irvin 347 2. Darrell Stuckey 295 3. Chris Harris 290

Years 1976-79 2006-09 2007-10

Tackles for a Loss 1. Joe Dineen Jr. 2. Daniel Wise 3. Willie Pless 4. Nick Reid Jim Zidd 6. Ben Heeney 7. Algie Atkinson 8. Dorance Armstrong Jr. 9. Jake Laptad 10. Mike Butler

No. Years 45.5 2015-18 44.0 2015-18 41.0 1982-85 40.0 2002-05 40.0 1977-79 35.5 2011-14 35.0 1998-2001 34.0 2015-17 33.5 2007-10 33.0 1973-76

Quarterback Sacks No. Years 1. Algie Atkinson 24.0 1998-2001 2. Jake Laptad 21.0 2007-10 3. Ron Warner 20.5 1996-97 4. Brandon Perkins 20.0 2002-05 Phil Forte 20.0 1983-86 6. Daniel Wise 18.5 2015-18 7. Nate Dwyer 17.0 1998-2001 Dana Stubblefield 17.0 1990-92 9. Kyle Moore 15.5 1990-92 10. Dorance Armstrong Jr. 15.0 2015-17 David McMillan 15.0 2001-04

Total Tackles 1. Willie Pless, Jr. 2. Willie Pless, Sr. 3. Willie Pless, So. 4. Curtis Moore, So. 5. Steve Towle, Sr. 6. Joe Dineen Jr., Sr. Darnell Williams, Fr. 8. Roger Robben, So. 9. Joe Dineen Jr., RJr. 10. Nick Reid, So. 11. Kyle McNorton, Sr. Kyle McNorton, Jr.

GAME RECORDS No. 206 191 188 170 155 147 147 146 137 133 132 132

Year 1984 1985 1983 1988 1974 2018 1983 1989 2017 2003 1981 1980

Total Tackles 1. Curtis Moore, So. Willie Pless, Jr. Steve Towle, Sr. 4. Marcus Rogers, Sr. Curtis Moore, So. Curtis Moore, So. Willie Pless, Jr. Willie Pless, So. 9. Ben Heeney, Sr. LeRoy Irvin, Sr. Scellars Young, So. Emery Hicks, Jr.

No. Game, Date 25 vs. Iowa State, 10-22-88 25 vs. Oklahoma St., 10-20-84 25 vs. Colorado, 11-9-74 22 vs. Texas Tech, 10-6-01 22 vs. Missouri, 11-19-88 22 vs. Colorado, 10-15-88 22 vs. Kansas St., 10-13-84 22 vs. Missouri, 11-19-83 21 at Texas Tech, 10-18-14 21 vs. Missouri, 11-22-79 21 vs. Colorado, 10-7-78 21 vs. Oklahoma, 11-9-68

Tackles By a Lineman No. 1. Michael Lemon, Sr. 106 2. Jeffrey Fox, Sr. 102 3. Gregg Smith, Jr. 91 Dean Zook, Jr. 91

Year 1974 1980 1980 1973

Tackles By A Lineman No. 1. Sylvester Wright, Sr. 15 John Zook, Jr. 15

Game, Date vs. Oklahoma, 10-22-94 vs. Nebraska, 10-14-67

Tackles By a Linebacker No. 1. Willie Pless, Jr. 206 2. Willie Pless, Sr. 191 3. Willie Pless, So. 188

Year 1984 1985 1983

No. 25

Game, Date vs. Iowa State, 10-22-88

25

vs. Oklahoma St., 10-20-84

25

vs. Colorado, 11-9-74

Tackles By a Defensive Back No. 1. LeRoy Irvin, Jr. 127 2. Michael Allen, Sr. 120 3. Clint Bowen, Sr. 114

Tackles By A Linebacker 1. Curtis Moore, So. (19 UT, 6 AT) Willie Pless, Jr. (10 UT, 15 AT) Steve Towle, Sr. (11 UT, 14 AT)

Year 1978 1998 1993

Tackles By A Defensive Back No. 1. LeRoy Irvin, Sr. 21

Tackles for a Loss No. 1. Joe Dineen Jr., RJr. 25.0 2. Charlton Keith, Sr. 23.0 3. Greg Cole, Sr. 21.0 4. Ron Warner, Sr. 20.5 5. Dorance Armstrong Jr., So. 20.0 6. James Holt, Sr. 19.5 7. Jim Zidd, Jr. 19.0 8. Algie Atkinson, Sr. 18.0 9. Stanley Gardner, Jr. 17.0 10. Daniel Wise, Jr. 16.0 Willie Pless, So. 16.0

Year 2017 2005 2002 1997 2016 2008 1978 2001 1979 2017 1984

Quarterback Sacks 1. Ron Warner, Sr. 2. Algie Atkinson, Sr. 3. Dorance Armstrong Jr., So. James Holt, Sr. Brandon Perkins, Sr. Dana Stubblefield, Jr. 7. Kyle Moore, Sr. 8. Charlton Keith, Sr. 9. Phil Forte, So. 10. Daniel Wise, Jr. Michael Reynolds, Sr. Jake Laptad, So. David McMillan, Sr. Brandon Perkins, So. Nate Dwyer, Jr. Algie Atkinson, Jr. Hanson Caston, Sr. Keith Rodgers, Sr. Phil Forte, Sr. Willie Pless, Jr.

No. Year 14.5 1997 11.0 2001 10.0 2016 10.0 2008 10.0 2005 10.0 1991 9.5 1992 9.0 2005 8.0 1984 7.0 2017 7.0 2014 7.0 2008 7.0 2004 7.0 2003 7.0 2000 7.0 2000 7.0 1998 7.0 1995 7.0 1986 7.0 1984

Game, Date vs. Missouri, 11-22-79

Quarterback Sacks No. Game, Date 1. Brandon Perkins, Sr. 5.0 vs. LA Tech, 9-17-05 2. Ron Warner, Sr. 4.0 vs. Texas Tech, 10-11-97 3. Several players 3.0 (Most recent: Cameron Rosser, Sr. vs. TCU, 10-8-16)

ALGIE ATKINSON

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Years 1982-85 2002-05 1984-87 2015-18 1978-81 1986-87, 90 1976-79 1965-67 2011-14 1992-96 1978-81 1969-71 1989-92 1977-80

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No. 633 416 403 386 381 350 347 341 335 332 318 313 309 309

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Total Tackles 1. Willie Pless 2. Nick Reid 3. Rick Bredesen 4. Joe Dineen Jr. 5. Kyle McNorton 6. Curtis Moore 7. LeRoy Irvin 8. Mike Sweatman 9. Ben Heeney 10. Ronnie Ward 11. Chris Toburen 12. Kenny Page 13. Hassan Bailey Scellars Young

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1983 1985 1984

142

206 TACKLES WILLIE PLESS

191 TACKLES WILLIE PLESS

188 TACKLES WILLIE PLESS

Year Player 1965 Mike Sweatman, So. 1966 Mike Sweatman, Jr. 1967 Mickey Doyle, Jr. 1968 Emery Hicks, Jr. 1969 Kenny Page, So. 1970 Gary Davenport, Sr. 1971 Kenny Page, Sr. 1972 Steve Towle, So. 1973 Dean Zook, Jr. 1974 Steve Towle, Sr. 1975 Terry Beeson, Jr. 1976 Terry Beeson, Sr. 1977 LeRoy Irvin, So. 1978 LeRoy Irvin, Jr. 1979 Scellars Young, Jr. 1980 Kyle McNorton, Jr. 1981 Kyle McNorton, Sr. 1982 Eddie Simmons, So. 1983 Willie Pless, So. 1984 Willie Pless, Jr. 1985 Willie Pless, Sr. 1986 Rick Bredesen, Jr. 1987 Curtis Moore, Fr. 1988 Curtis Moore, So. 1989 Roger Robben, So. 1990 Hassan Bailey, So. 1991 Doug Terry, Sr. 1992 Hassan Bailey, Sr. 1993 Clint Bowen, Sr. 1994 Ronnie Ward, Jr. 1995 Jason Thoren, So. 1996 Ronnie Ward, Sr. 1997 Tony Blevins, Sr. 1998 Michael Allen, Sr. 1999 Andrew LeClair, So. 2000 Carl Nesmith, Sr. 2001 Marcus Rogers, Sr. 2002 Greg Cole, Sr. 2003 Nick Reid, So. 2004 Nick Reid, Jr. 2005 Nick Reid, Sr. 2006 Mike Rivera, So. 2007 Joe Mortensen, Sr. 2008 James Holt, Sr. 2009 Darrell Stuckey, Sr. 2010 Steven Johnson, Jr. 2011 Steven Johnson, Sr. 2012 Ben Heeney, So. 2013 Ben Heeney, Jr.. 2014 Ben Heeney, Sr. 2015 Fish Smithson, Jr. 2016 Fish Smithson, Sr. 2017 Joe Dineen Jr., RJr. 2018 Joe Dineen Jr., Sr.

Tackles 115 116 114 117 122 90 119 93 91 155 103 130 106 127 107 132 132 111 188 206 191 106 103 170 146 89 93 79 114 98 119 121 97 120 102 103 97 106 133 109 112 90 106 105 93 95 124 112 88 127 111 93 137 147

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GAME RECORDS

Interceptions No. Years 1. Ray Evans 17 1941-42, 46-47 2. Aqib Talib 13 2005-07 3. Hal Cleavinger 12 1950-52 4. Milt Garner 11 1984-87 5. Wayne Ziegler 10 1983-86 LeRoy Irvin 10 1976-79 Gary Adams 10 1970-72 John Konek 9 1951-52 9. Charles Gordon 9 2003-05 10. Darrell Stuckey 8 2006-09 Justin Thornton 8 2006-09 Richard Bertuzzi 8 1945-48

Interceptions No. Game, Date 1. Bill Crank, So. 3 vs. Tulane, 10-25-58 Duane Morris, So. 3 vs. Oklahoma St., 11-16-57 John Konek, So. 3 vs. Oklahoma St., 11-17-51 4. Several players 2 (Most recent: Hasan Defense, Jr. vs. WVU, 10-6-18)

Yards 322 189 180

Touchdown Returns 1. Aqib Talib Patrick Brown Roger Foote

No. 2 2 2

Years 2005-07 2009-12 1951-52

Yards Game, Date 100 vs. FIU, 9-22-07 98 vs. TCU, 9-19-59 92 vs. Oklahoma, 11-17-73 83 at Iowa State, 10-3-15 78 vs. Montana State, 9-2-89 75 vs. Washington St., 9-24-77 75 vs. Illinois, 9-21-68

Touchdown Returns 1. Patrick Brown, Jr.

No. 2

Game, Date vs. UAB, 8-28-97

Years 2005-07 1995-98 1978, 80-82

SEASON RECORDS Year 1951 1942 2004 2006 2002 1983 1976 1952 2013 2008 2007 2007 1985 1984 1980 1979 1977 1973 1950

Interception Returns 1. Aqib Talib, Sr. 2. John Konek, So.

Yards 195 180

Year 2007 1951

Touchdown Returns 1. Aqib Talib, Sr. Patrick Brown, Jr. Roger Foote, Jr.

No. 2 2 2

Year 2007 1997 1981

RAY EVANS

AQIB TALIB

Yards -2 63 15 58 26 87 45 180 67 49 7 31 89 47 50 105 4 7 9 33 11 22 9 56 47 22 18 79 5 47 88 19 46 30 3 109 86 17 34 19 76 41 81 75 26 58 52 92 27 3 61 106 47 6 0 0 84 78 2 19 39 83 53 0 8 31 30 79 0 64 74 5 68 72 25 5 7 37 1 35 52 48 82 195 74 33 0 8 8 86 20 63 54 45 0 13 22 5 10 5 0 0

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Interceptions No. 1. John Konek, So. 10 Ray Evans, So. 10 3. Charles Gordon, Jr. 7 4. Aqib Talib, Jr. 6 Remuise Johnson, Jr. 6 Jeff Colter, Sr. 6 Skip Sharp, Sr. 6 Hal Cleavinger, Sr. 6 9. Isaiah Johnson, So. 5 Darrell Stuckey, Jr. 5 Aqib Talib, Sr. 5 Justin Thornton, So. 5 Milt Garner, So. 5 Wayne Ziegler, So. 5 Joe Tumpich, Sr. 5 LeRoy Irvin, Sr. 5 Tom Fitch, Sr. 5 Rocky Bron, Sr. 5 Hal Cleavinger, So. 5

No. 10 2 4 4 4 3 3 5 8 6 4 2 3 3 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 4 4 6 5 2 5 5 4 2 2 6 5 5 3 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 4 4 2 2 2 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 2 2 2 7 4 6 5 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 5 3 2 2 4 2 2 3 3

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Interception Return Yards 1. Aqib Talib 2. Bradley McDougald 3. John Konek

Interception Returns 1. Aqib Talib, Sr. 2. John Hadl, So. 3. James Bowman, Sr. 4. Marcquis Roberts, Jr. 5. Deral Boykin, So. 6. Tom Fitch, Sr. Dale Holt, So.

Year Player 1942 Ray Evans, So. 1946 Dick Bertuzzi, So. 1947 Tom Scott 1948 Dick Bertuzzi, Sr. Forrest Griffith, Jr. 1949 Cliff McDonald, Sr. Bill Mace, Fr. 1950 Hal Cleavinger, So. 1951 John Konek, So. 1952 Hal Cleavinger, Sr. 1953 Dan Hess, Jr. 1954 Ralph Moody, Jr. 1955 Bev Buller, Sr. 1956 Charles McCue 1957 Duane Morris, So. 1958 Bill Crank, So. 1959 John Hadl, So. 1960 Jim Jarrett, Jr. Roger McFarland, So. Doyle Schick, Sr. 1961 Roger McFarland, Jr. Kent Staab, Sr. 1962 Jim Marshall, Sr. Ron Oelschlager, So. 1963 Phil Doughty, Sr. 1964 Dave Crandall, Sr. 1965 Charles Hess, Sr. 1966 Tommy Ball, So. Bill Hunt, So. Bill Lynch, Jr. 1967 Tommy Ball, Jr. 1968 Dave Holt, So. 1969 George McGowan, Sr. 1970 Gary Adams, So. 1971 Gary Adams, Jr. Lee Hawkins, Sr. 1972 Gary Adams, Sr. Rick Mudge, So. Steve Towle, So. 1973 Rocky Bron, Sr. 1974 Nolan Cromwell, So. 1975 John O’Rear Chris Golub, Jr. 1976 Skip Sharp, Sr. 1977 Thomas Fitch, Sr. 1978 LeRoy Irvin, Jr. 1979 LeRoy Irvin, Sr. 1980 Joe Tumpich, Sr. 1981 Roger Foote, Jr. 1982 Eddie Simmons, Jr. Robert Gentry, Sr. 1983 Jeff Colter, Sr. 1984 Wayne Ziegler, So. 1985 Milt Garner, So. 1986 Wayne Ziegler, Sr. 1987 Clint Normore, Jr. Milt Garner, Sr. 1988 Peda Samuel, Sr. 1989 Deral Boykin, So. 1990 Tim Hill, Jr. Hassan Bailey, So. 1991 Tim Hill, Sr. 1992 Charley Bowen, Sr. Kwamie Lassiter, So. 1993 Dorian Brew, So. Clint Bowen, Sr. Tony Blevins, Fr. 1994 Kwamie Lassiter, Sr. 1995 Dorian Brew, Sr. 1996 Jason Harris, Jr. 1997 Jamie Harris, Jr. Patrick Brown, Jr. 1998 Muhammad Abdul-Rahim, Jr. 1999 Carl Nesmith, Jr. 2000 Carl Nesmith, Sr. Quincy Roe, Jr. 2001 Andrew Davison, Sr. 2002 Remuise Johnson, Jr. 2003 Tony Stubbs, Jr. Remuise Johnson, Sr. Rodney Fowler, So. 2004 Charles Gordon, Jr. 2005 Theo Baines, Sr. 2006 Aqib Talib, Jr. 2007 Aqib Talib, Sr. Justin Thornton, So. 2008 Darrell Stuckey, Jr. 2009 Ryan Murphy, So. 2010 Isiah Barfield, Jr. Tyler Patmon, Fr. 2011 Bradley McDougald, Jr. Greg Brown, Jr. 2012 Bradley McDougald, Sr. Tyler Patmon, Jr. 2013 Isaiah Johnson, So. 2014 JaCorey Shepherd, Sr. 2015 Greg Allen, Jr. Fish Smithson, Jr. 2016 Fish Smithson, Sr. 2017 Hasan Defense, So. Mike Lee, So. 2018 Hasan Defense, Jr. Shakial Taylor, Sr.

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TEAM PER GAME BESTS OFFENSE

Rushing Yards Per Game Avg. Yards 1. 311.6 3116 2. 297.4 3721 3. 290.7 3488 4. 272.6 2999 5. 261.0 2610 6. 247.1 2718 7. 245.2 2698 8. 243.1 2431 9. 232.1 2553 10. 228.6 2286 Passing Yards Per Game Avg. Yards 1. 310.3 3724 2. 305.6 3973 3. 291.0 3783 4. 286.0 3146 5. 255.9 3327 6. 254.8 3057 7. 240.4 2885 8. 226.4 2717 9. 220.5 2425 10. 207.9 2287

DEFENSE

G Year 10 1950 11 1976 11 1975 11 1968 10 1962 11 1994 11 1991 10 1963 11 1992 10 1961

Total Yards Per Game Avg. Yards 1. 479.8 6237 2. 432.4 3973 3. 422.4 5069 4. 421.5 5479 5. 403.1 4434 6. 401.8 4420 7. 396.8 3968 8. 395.1 4346 9. 393.2 4325 10. 384.3 4228

G Year 13 2007 13 2008 12 2009 13 2003 11 1983 11 1968 10 1950 11 1992 11 1995 11 1991

Rushing Yards Per Game Avg. Yards 1. 83.2 999 2. 94.8 1232 3. 109.0 1308 4. 109.2 1092 5. 113.9 1139 6. 117.6 1294 7. 123.0 1600 8. 125.7 1383 9. 135.7 1357 10. 138.2 1659

G Year 12 2005 13 2007 12 2006 10 1947 10 1961 11 2004 13 2008 11 1992 10 1962 12 2009

Total Yards Per Game Avg. Yards 1. 187.2 1872 2. 189.1 1891 3. 215.1 2151 4. 235.8 2358 5. 240.4 2404 6. 240.7 2407 7. 253.6 2536 8. 255.9 2559 9. 258.7 3104 10. 272.0 3264

G Year 10 1960 10 1947 10 1961 10 1962 10 1948 10 1946 10 1963 10 1952 11 1973 11 1975

G Year 12 2009 13 2008 13 2007 11 1983 13 2003 11 1985 12 2016 12 2017 11 2004 11 1972

Points Per Game Avg. 1. 42.7 2. 34.5 3. 33.4 4. 31.8 5. 31.6 6. 29.5 7. 29.4 8. 29.0 29.0 10. 28.5

G Year 13 2007 11 1968 13 2008 11 1992 10 1951 13 2003 12 2009 12 2006 10 1947 11 1994

Passing Yards Per Game Avg. Yards 1. 48.3 483 2. 61.0 610 3. 61.2 612 4. 74.1 741 5. 77.7 777 6. 82.0 820 7. 86.6 866 8. 90.4 994 9. 92.8 1114 10. 94.4 944

G Year 10 1960 10 1953 10 1957 10 1955 10 1954 10 1947 10 1963 11 1973 11 1975 10 1945

Points Per Game Avg. 1. 7.8 2. 8.1 3. 8.2 4. 11.0 5. 11.6 6. 12.2 7. 12.3 8. 13.4 9. 13.5 10. 13.7

G Year 10 1960 10 1961 10 1947 10 1952 10 1962 10 1963 11 1975 10 1959 10 1946 10 1948

Pts. 556 380 434 350 316 384 353 348 290 314

Pts. 78 81 82 110 116 122 147 134 135 137


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Total Offense Yards 651 Vanderbilt, 1985 648 Missouri, 1991 641 Jacksonville State, 2003 626 Missouri, 1975 615 FIU, 2007 615 Kansas State, 1950 598 South Dakota State, 1947 593 UAB, 1987 586 Colorado, 2003 586 Colorado, 1980 582 Ball State, 1992 576 South Dakota State, 2015 576 UTEP, 2009 574 Nebraska, 2006 572 Nebraska, 2007 570 Rhode Island, 2016 566 Iowa State, 2007 564 West Virginia, 2017 560 Florida State, 1974

Rushing Yards 604 567 566 565 547 537 536 533 516 515 510 502

Passing Yards 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 6 9 11 11 14 15 16 16 17 18 18 18 20

Colorado, 1988 Oklahoma, 1976 Missouri, 1963 Missouri, 1957 TCU, 1953 Kansas State, 1953 Kansas State, 1949 Oklahoma, 1936 Nebraska, 1913 Iowa State, 1916, 1928 Oklahoma State, 1960 Arizona, 1949 TCU, 1960 TCU, 1947 Colorado, 1985 Tulsa, 1982 Kansas State, 1935 Oklahoma State, 1972 Oklahoma, 1982 Kansas State, 1951 Miami (Fla.), 1978 Oklahoma State, 1992 New Mexico, 1969 Oklahoma State, 1923 Oklahoma, 1990

Total Defense Yards 17 Denver, 1947 35 Kansas State, 1961 46 Missouri, 1958 50 Nebraska, 1960 62 TCU, 1947 62 Kansas State, 1947 69 Kansas State, 1992 75 Southeastern Louisiana, 2007 78 Utah State, 1987 78 Kansas State, 1960 78 Kansas State, 1946 82 Boston University, 1959 98 Oklahoma, 1961 98 Iowa State, 1953

Georgia Tech, 2011 Nebraska, 1983 Oklahoma, 1986 Oklahoma, 1987 Nebraska, 1988 Oklahoma, 1953 Oklahoma State, 1988 Oklahoma, 1954 Nebraska, 1978 Nebraska, 1989 Oklahoma, 2014 Oklahoma, 1971

Passing Yards 548 Texas Tech, 2016 508 Texas Tech, 2012 494 Oklahoma State, 2017 494 Oklahoma State, 2011 481 North Carolina State, 2003 476 Utah, 1996 468 Oklahoma, 2008 467 Central Michigan, 2017 445 Oklahoma, 2015 444 Missouri, 1989 441 Texas Tech, 2018 437 Baylor, 2013 434 Baylor, 2010 429 Oklahoma State, 1989 428 Texas A&M, 2002 Total Offense Yards 799 Nebraska, 1978 768 Georgia Tech, 2011 743 Baylor, 2013 717 Oklahoma State, 1988 710 Oklahoma, 2015 680 Auburn, 1988 680 Nebraska, 1983 678 Baylor, 2010 674 Oklahoma, 2008 669 Baylor, 2014 667 Missouri, 1949 666 Baylor, 2012 665 Nebraska, 1988 665 Missouri, 1948

INDIVIDUAL Rushing Yards 427 Samaje Perine, Oklahoma, 2014 319 Devin West, Missouri, 1998 313 Barry Sanders, Okla. St., 1988 309 Chris Brown, Colorado, 2002 294 Calvin Jones, Nebraska, 1991 285 Mike Rozier, Nebraska, 1983 Passing Yards 476 Seth Doege, Texas Tech, 2012 476 Mike Fouts, Utah, 1996 475 Phillip Rivers, NC State, 2003 467 Shane Morris, Central Michigan, 2017 444 Kent Kiefer, Missouri, 1989 Receiving Yards 300 Adarius Bowman, Okla. St., 2006 233 Denario Alexander, Missouri, 2009 231 Linzy Collins, Missouri, 1990 219 Jonathan Giles, Texas Tech, 2016

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Passing Yards 498 Missouri, 2009 498 Vanderbilt, 1985 442 Iowa State, 2009 422 Colorado, 2003 418 Kansas State, 2017 412 Louisiana Tech, 2008 411 Iowa State, 1989 405 Nebraska, 2006 401 Washington State, 1972 399 Rhode Island, 2016 396 Jacksonville State, 2003 394 Colorado, 1983 394 Tennessee, 1973 391 FIU, 2007 385 USC, 1983 381 South Florida, 2008 375 Missouri, 2008 367 Sam Houston State, 2008 364 SEMO, 2017 362 Oklahoma State, 2007 357 Oklahoma, 2008 354 Iowa State, 2007 354 Nebraska, 2007 354 Missouri, 1983 349 Missouri, 2007 345 Minnesota, 2008 343 Ohio, 2017 342 TCU, 2014 340 Houston, 2005 330 Texas Tech, 2015 328 Texas A&M, 2003

Rushing Yards -56 Kansas State, 1992 -31 Southeastern Louisiana, 2007 -23 Denver, 1947 -10 Kansas State, 1961 -9 Boston University, 1959 -8 Utah State, 1986 -6 Missouri, 2004 0 Kansas State, 1960 4 UTEP, 2009 6 UAB, 1993 7 Nebraska, 1952 10 Missouri, 2000 11 Iowa State, 1937 12 Kansas State, 1947 17 Florida State, 1973 21 Nebraska, 2005 23 Washington State, 1973 23 Minnesota, 1966 23 Missouri, 1931

J A Y H A W K

Washington (Mo.), 1923 Missouri, 1975 Missouri, 1991 Oklahoma State, 1962 Washington State, 1976 Kansas State, 1950 Wisconsin, 1975 Denver, 1950 Oklahoma State, 1963 Oregon State, 1975 Colorado, 1968 Colorado, 1980 Missouri, 1976 Kansas State, 1975 UAB, 1994 Kansas State, 1951 Rutgers, 2018

OPPONENT

R O C K

Rushing Yards 662 556 513 499 467 467 452 450 444 440 428 425 421 420 418 414 405

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YEAR G W-L PCT. 1945 10 4-5-1 .400 1946 10 7-2-1 .700 1947 10 8-1-1 .800 1948 10 7-3 .700 1949 10 5-5 .500 1950 10 6-4 .600 1951 10 8-2 .800 1952 10 7-3 .700 1953 10 2-8 .200 1954 10 0-10 .000 1955 10 3-6-1 .300 1956 10 3-6-1 .300 1957 10 5-4-1 .500 1958 10 4-5-1 .400 1959 10 5-5 .500 1960 10 7-2-1 .700 1961 10 6-3-1 .600 1962 10 6-3-1 .600 1963 10 5-5 .500 1964 10 6-4 .600 1965 10 2-8 .200 1966 10 2-7-1 .200 1967 10 5-5 .500 1968 11 9-2 .818 1969 10 1-9 .100 1970 11 5-6 .455 1971 11 4-7 .364 1972 11 4-7 .364 1973 11 7-3-1 .636 1974 11 4-7 .364 1975 11 7-4 .636 1976 11 6-5 .545 1977 11 3-7-1 .273 1978 11 1-10 .091 1979 11 3-8 .273 1980 11 4-5-2 .364 1981 11 8-3 .727 1982 11 2-7-2 .182 1983 11 4-6-1 .364 1984 11 5-6 .455 1985 12 6-6 .500 1986 11 3-8 .273 1987 11 1-9-1 .091 1988 11 1-10 .091 1989 11 4-7 .364 1990 11 3-7-1 .273 1991 11 6-5 .545 1992 12 8-4 .667 1993 12 5-7 .417 1994 11 6-5 .545 1995 12 10-2 .833 1996 11 4-7 .364 1997 11 5-6 .455 1998 11 4-7 .364 1999 12 5-7 .364 2000 12 4-7 .364 2001 11 3-8 .273 2002 12 2-10 .167 2003 13 6-7 .462 2004 11 4-7 .364 2005 12 7-5 .583 2006 12 6-6 .500 2007 13 12-1 .923 2008 13 8-5 .615 2009 12 5-7 .417 2010 12 3-9 .250 2011 12 2-10 .200 2012 12 1-11 .083 2013 12 3-9 .250 2014 12 3-9 .250 2015 12 0-12 .000 2016 12 2-10 .200 2017 12 1-11 .091 2018 12 3-9 .250

CONFERENCE

TOTAL OFFENSE

RUSHING

PASSING

W-L PCT. 1-3-1 .200 4-1 .800 4-0-1 .800 4-2 .667 2-4 .333 3-3 .500 4-2 .667 3-3 .500 2-4 .333 0-6 .000 1-4-1 .167 2-4 .333 5-2 .714 3-3-1 .429 4-3 .571 6-0-1 .857 5-2 .714 4-2-1 .571 3-4 .429 5-2 .714 2-5 .286 0-6-1 .000 5-2 .714 6-1 .857 0-7 .000 2-5 .296 2-5 .296 2-5 .296 4-2-1 .571 1-6 .143 4-3 .571 2-5 .296 2-4-1 .296 0-7 .000 2-5 .296 3-3-1 .429 4-3 .571 1-5-1 .143 2-5 .296 4-3 .571 2-5 .286 0-7 .000 0-6-1 .000 1-6 .143 2-5 .286 2-4-1 .286 3-4 .429 4-3 .571 3-4 .429 3-4 .429 5-2 .714 2-6 .250 3-5 .375 1-7 .125 3-5 .375 2-6 .250 1-7 .125 0-8 .000 3-5 .375 2-6 .333 3-5 .375 3-5 .375 7-1 .875 4-4 .500 1-7 .125 1-7 .125 0-9 .000 0-9 .000 1-8 .125 1-8 .125 0-9 .000 1-8 .125 0-9 .000 1-8 .111

YDS. AVG. 2,651 265.1 2,212 221.2 3,365 336.5 2,769 276.9 3,446 344.6 3,968 396.8 3,517 351.7 3,189 318.9 2,322 232.2 1,881 188.1 2,041 204.1 2,641 264.1 2,322 232.2 2,248 224.8 2,244 224.4 2,762 276.2 2,962 296.2 3,291 329.1 3,038 303.8 2,607 260.7 2,349 234.9 2,517 251.7 2,877 287.7 4,420 401.8 3,056 305.6 3,599 327.2 2,892 262.9 3,717 337.9 3,182 265.2 3,596 326.9 3,934 327.8 3,804 345.8 2,993 272.1 2,663 242.1 2,935 266.8 3,339 303.5 3,003 273.0 2,920 265.5 4,434 403.1 3,673 333.9 4,523 376.9 2,786 253.3 3,015 274.1 3,442 312.9 3,951 359.2 4,070 370.0 4,228 384.4 4,346 395.1 4,276 356.3 4,268 388.0 4,325 393.2 3,850 350.0 2,656 241.5 3,517 319.7 3,992 332.7 3,755 341.4 2,968 269.8 3,801 316.8 5,479 421.5 3,459 314.5 3,956 329.7 4,491 374.2 6,237 479.8 5,621 432.4 5,069 422.4 3,557 296.4 3,922 326.8 4,324 360.3 3,534 294.5 3,889 324.1 3,978 331.5 4,134 359.5 3,948 329.0 4,210 350.8

ATT.-YDS. AVG. — 1,859 185.9 — 1,477 147.7 414-2,153 202.7 451-1,698 169.8 — 1,913 191.3 516-3,116 311.6 — 2,412 241.2 534-1,951 195.1 481-1,732 173.2 411-1,238 123.8 448-1,253 125.3 539-1,960 196.0 479-1,501 150.1 465-1,753 175.3 373-1,678 167.8 504-2,068 206.8 604-2,286 228.6 522-2,610 261.0 491-2,431 243.1 468-1,896 189.6 400-1,405 140.5 506-1,608 160.8 457-1,503 150.3 594-2,999 272.6 517-1,776 177.6 554-2,345 213.2 541-1,639 149.0 472-1,430 130.0 430-1,043 86.9 507-2,310 210.0 670-3,488 290.7 701-3,271 297.4 633-2,329 211.7 473-1,229 111.7 474-1,273 115.7 520-2,079 189.0 544-1,642 149.3 441-1,184 107.6 398-1,288 117.1 452-1,520 138.2 444-1,466 122.2 337- 806 73.3 453-1,220 110.9 434-1,577 143.4 492-1,787 189.7 576-2,162 196.5 614-2,698 245.2 563-2,553 232.1 581-2,567 213.9 558-2,718 247.1 493-2,276 206.9 514-1,795 163.2 411-1,267 115.2 429-1,638 148.9 512-2,053 171.1 471-1,732 157.5 438-1,288 117.1 472-1,515 126.3 492-2,152 165.5 378-1,034 94.0 425-1,608 134.0 438-2,387 176.6 512-2,454 188.8 445-1,648 126.8 379-1,345 112.1 470-1,615 134.6 543-2,314 159.4 558-2,540 211.7 496-1,849 154.1 466-1,454 121.2 444-1,355 112.9 405-1,429 119.1 391-1,231 102.6 423-2,313 158.6

ATT.-COMP. INT. PCT. YDS. AVG. 132-49 -- .371 792 79.2 92-36  9 .391 735 73.5 124-63  5 .508 1,212 121.2 157-57 17 .372 1,071 107.1 203-84 26 .413 1,533 153.3 121-44 14 .363 852 85.2 155-61 12 .393 1,105 110.5 179-82 14 .458 1,238 123.8 114.38 16 .333 590 59.0 128-40 18 .312 643 64.3 119-39 18 .327 788 78.8 116-37 16 .319 681 68.1 112-52 12 .464 821 82.1 102-32 11 .314 495 49.5 78-37  6 .474 566 56.6 103-53  5 .515 694 69.4 102-46  6 .451 676 67.6 108-47  5 .435 681 68.1 110-37 11 .336 607 60.7 122-54  4 .443 711 71.1 202-78  7 .386 944 94.4 162-81 14 .500 909 90.9 184-85 12 .462 1,374 137.4 183-90  6 .492 1,421 129.2 204-79 16 .387 1,280 128.0 202-85 16 .421 1,254 114.0 224-104 13 .464 1,253 113.9 315-159 23 .505 2,287 207.9 337-174 11 .516 2,139 194.5 198-86 18 .434 1,286 116.9 83-32  5 .386 446 37.2 120-36 15 .300 533 48.5 118-42 12 .356 664 60.4 260-110 18 .423 1,434 130.4 274-124 16 .453 1,662 151.1 212-98 15 .462 1,260 114.5 206-101 11 .490 1,361 123.7 296-139 20 .470 1,736 157.8 407-216 24 .531 3,146 286.0 304-169 14 .556 2,153 195.7 426-235 13 .552 3,057 254.8 378-192 20 .508 1,980 180.0 288-163 23 .566 1,795 163.2 270-133 15 .493 1,865 169.5 268-144 15 .537 2,164 196.7 257-145 14 .564 1,908 173.5 231-114  7 .493 1,530 139.1 249-118 13 .474 1,793 163.0 252-137  8 .544 1,709 142.4 196-114 6 .582 1,550 140.9 303-182 11 .601 2,049 170.8 290-155 8 .534 2,055 186.8 219-98 8 .447 1,389 126.3 270-133 9 .493 1,879 170.8 316-164 10 .518 1,939 161.6 321-145 11 .452 2,023 183.9 295-132 15 .447 1,680 152.7 430-200 12 .465 2,286 190.5 414-255 15 .594 3,327 255.9 420-234 19 .557 2,425 220.5 396-211 19 .533 2,348 195.7 363-203 19 .559 2,372 197.7 476-302 7 .634 3,783 291.0 500-333 13 .666 3,973 305.6 506-320 10 .632 3,724 310.3 353-203 14 .575 1,942 161.8 301-191 12 .635 2,009 167.4 313-148 13 .473 1,784 148.7 329-154 12 .468 1,685 140.4 376-204 13 .542 2,435 202.9 452-243 14 .538 2,623 218.6 465-278 16 .597 2,885 240.4 460-249 17 .541 2,717 226.4 392-229 4 .584 2,307 192.25

SCORING PTS.-AVG. 139-13.9 157-15.7 304-27.6 199-19.9 259-25.9 284-28.4 316-31.6 214-21.4 83-8.3 93-9.3 93-9.3 163-16.3 115-11.5 87-8.7 163-16.3 219-21.9 245-24.5 214-21.4 207-20.7 136-13.6 119-11.9 106-10.6 166-16.6 394-35.8 176-17.6 270-24.5 187-17.0 208-18.9 253-21.1 157-14.3 262-21.8 260-23.6 131-11.9 124-11.3 172-15.6 171-15.5 188-15.7 150-13.6 296-26.9 218-19.8 262-21.9 112-10.1 135-12.3 189-17.2 248-22.5 213-19.4 303-27.5 380-31.7 242-20.2 324-29.5 345-28.8 300-27.3 177-16.1 280-25.5 294-24.5 261-21.8 182-16.5 248-20.7 384-29.5 262-23.8 269-22.4 348-29.0 556-42.7 434-33.4 353-29.4 205-17.1 268-22.3 219-18.2 184-15.3 214-17.8 183-15.2 243-20.2 224-18.7 286-23.8


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SCORING PCT. .420 .363 .490 .468 .430 .510 .453 .490 .419 .456 .398 .432 .433 .435 .456 .381 .448 .435 .390 .480 .457 .582 .516 .480 .540 .510 .410 .460 .442 .518 .466 .429 .442 .587 .523 .484 .464 .433 .531 .536 .535 .569 .477 .641 .585 .535 .545 .515 .562 .606 .515 .545 .551 .515 .579 .531 .555 .602 .539 .567 .528 .574 .610 .615 .657 .696 .675 .577 .583 .664 .591 .694 .584

YDS. 944 953 820 876 1,329 1,129 1,098 1,025 610 777 741 1,023 612 983 1,039 483 1,012 1,001 866 1,061 979 1,294 1,494 1,603 1,429 1,557 1408 1,934 994 1,143 1,114 1,431 1,177 1,309 1,882 1,615 1,150 1,402 1,750 2,133 2,482 1,600 1,212 1,959 2,357 2,361 1,879 2,141 2,248 2,525 2,205 2,456 1,706 1,670 2,229 2,095 2,594 2,833 2,506 2,640 3,229 2,893 3,557 2,940 2,670 3,335 3,471 2,904 2,922 3,524 2,637 3,561 2,961

AVG. 94.4 95.3 82.0 87.6 132.9 112.9 109.8 102.5 61.0 77.7 74.1 102.3 61.2 98.3 103.9 48.3 101.2 100.1 86.6 106.1 97.9 129.4 149.4 145.7 142.9 141.5 128.0 175.8 90.4 103.9 92.8 130.1 107.0 118.9 171.1 146.9 104.5 127.5 159.1 193.9 206.8 145.5 110.2 178.1 214.3 214.6 170.8 194.6 187.3 135.8 200.5 223.3 155.1 151.8 202.6 190.5 216.2 217.9 227.8 220.0 269.1 222.5 273.6 245.0 222.5 277.9 289.2 242.0 243.5 293.7 219.8 296.8 246.8

PTS.-AVG. 175-17.5 135-13.5 82-8.2 137-13.7 183-18.3 188-18.8 208-20.8 110-11.0 179-17.9 376-37.6 222-22.2 215-21.5 230-23.0 162-16.2 134-13.4 78-7.8 81-8.1 116-11.6 122-12.2 146-14.6 215-21.5 188-18.8 146-14.6 175-15.9 290-29.0 277-25.2 286-26.0 305-27.7 189-15.8 247-22.5 147-12.3 251-22.8 269-24.5 345-31.4 346-31.5 208-18.9 185-16.8 276-25.1 320-29.1 298-27.1 280-23.3 326-29.6 395-35.9 502-45.6 383-34.8 365-33.2 244-22.2 242-22.0 256-21.3 242-22.0 231-21.0 358-32.5 279-25.4 341-31.0 359-32.6 398-36.2 507-42.3 396-30.5 235-21.4 264-22.0 306-25.5 213-16.3 375-28.8 341-28.4 413-34.4 525-43.8 433-36.1 382-31.8 399-33.2 553-46.1 448-37.3 521-43.4 360-30.0

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ATT.-COMP. INT. 143-60 -- 154-56 12 106-52 14 158-74 15 195-85 21 182-92 14 205-93 15 161-80 12 105-44  9 81-37  5 128-51 10 148-64 11 97-42 14 161-70 13 180-82  7 113-43 11 172-77  7 186-81  8 164-64 14 148-71 12 151-69 17 177-103  8 219-113 10 267-128 14 198-102  9 243-124 18 234-96 17 278-128 19 165-73 25 195-101  9 191-89 18 245-105 19 190-84 12 172-101  6 266-139 14 244-118 12 237-110 15 201-87  7 252-134 13 295-158 11 345-184 19 239-136 11 193-92  6 245-157 11 258-152  7 295-158  8 297-162 10 307-158 16 313-176  8 322-195  8 326-168 15 279-152 12 256-141   8 239-123 12 299-173 11 311-165 12 302-167 12 390-242 12 375-202 16 420-238 15 470-248 12 528-303 23 521-318 15 423-260 7 341-224 7 375-261 8 403-272 11 407-235 14 399-233 9 402-267 9 357-211 26 382-265 4 392-229 4

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PASSING

ATT.-YDS. AVG. — 2,036 203.6 — 1,454 145.4 — 1,092 109.2 — 1,528 152.8 — 2,232 223.2 — 2,057 205.7 — 1,930 193.0 — 1,534 153.4 — 2,150 215.0 — 3,228 322.8 — 2,127 212.7 — 2,082 208.2 — 2,841 284.1 — 2,384 238.4 — 1,705 170.5 — 1,389 138.9 — 1,139 113.9 — 1,357 135.7 — 1,670 167.0 490-1,853 185.3 533-1,955 195.5 486-1,495 149.5 503-1,454 145.4 482-1,607 146.1 562-2,228 228.8 661-2,994 272.2 581-2,448 222.5 597-2,267 206.1 587-2,110 175.8 655-2,324 211.3 596-2,150 179.2 575-2,260 205.5 654-3,141 285.5 719-3,680 334.5 585-2,737 253.5 572-2,178 198.0 534-1,962 178.4 634-2,903 263.9 542-3,008 250.5 500-2,138 194.4 522-2,119 176.6 628-2,770 251.8 619-3,255 295.9 642-3,937 357.9 583-2,928 266.2 452-2,207 200.6 426-1,660 150.9 459-1,383 125.7 514-2,360 196.7 448-1,883 171.2 466-2,043 185.7 477-2,367 215.2 546-2,270 206.4 560-2,592 235.6 491-2,178 198.0 536-2,607 237.0 533-3,075 256.3 518-2,531 194.7 389-1,294 117.6 414- 999 83.2 373-1,308 109.0 401-1,232 94.8 406-1,600 123.1 413-1,659 138.2 491-2,462 205.2 491-3,052 238.5 450-2,311 192.6 485-2,287 190.6 466-2,516 209.7 565-3,206 267.2 549-2,837 236.4 491-2,059 171.6 423-2,313 171.8

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RUSHING

YEAR G YDS. AVG. 1946 10 2,980 298.0 1947 10 2,407 240.7 1948 10 1,891 189.1 1949 10 2,404 240.4 1950 10 3,561 356.1 1951 10 3,186 318.6 1952 10 3,023 302.3 1953 10 2,559 255.9 1954 10 2,760 276.0 1955 10 4,005 400.5 1956 10 2,868 286.8 1957 10 3,105 310.5 1958 10 3,453 345.3 1959 10 3,367 336.7 1960 10 2,744 274.4 1961 10 1,872 187.2 1962 10 2,151 215.1 1963 10 2,358 235.8 1964 10 2,536 253.6 1965 10 2,914 291.4 1966 10 2,934 293.4 1967 10 2,789 278.9 1968 11 2,948 294.8 1969 10 3,210 291.8 1970 11 3,657 365.7 1971 11 4,551 413.7 1972 11 3,856 350.5 1973 11 4,201 381.9 1974 11 3,104 258.7 1975 11 3,467 315.2 1976 11 3,264 272.0 1977 11 3,691 335.5 1978 11 4,318 392.5 1979 11 4,988 453.5 1980 11 4,619 419.9 1981 11 3,793 344.8 1982 11 3,112 282.9 1983 11 4,305 391.4 1984 11 4,506 409.6 1985 12 4,271 388.3 1986 11 4,622 383.4 1987 11 4,370 397.3 1988 11 4,467 406.1 1989 11 5,896 536.0 1990 11 5,285 480.5 1991 11 4,568 415.2 1992 12 4,228 384.4 1993 12 3,506 318.7 1994 11 4,608 384.0 1995 12 4,408 400.0 1996 11 4,248 386.2 1997 11 4,823 438.5 1998 11 3,976 361.5 1999 12 4,262 387.5 2000 12 4,407 400.6 2001 11 4,702 427.5 2002 12 5,669 472.4 2003 13 5,364 412.6 2004 11 3,800 345.5 2005 12 3,639 303.2 2006 12 4,537 378.1 2007 13 4,125 317.3 2008 13 5,157 396.7 2009 12 4,599 383.3 2010 12 5,132 427.7 2011 12 6,197 516.4 2012 12 5,782 481.8 2013 12 5,191 432.6 2014 12 5,438 453.2 2015 12 6,730 560.8 2016 12 5,474 456.2 2017 12 5,620 468.3 2018 12 5,022 418.5

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MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL OFFENSE

Plays in a Season 988; 512 rush, 476 pass (2007) Plays in a Game 96; 82 rush, 14 pass vs. Missouri (1991) 96; 63 rush, 33 pass vs. North Texas (1979) Yards in a Season 6,237 (13 games in 2007) Yards Per Game in a Season 479.8 (13 games in 2007) Yards Per Play in a Season 6.4 (10 games in 1952) Yards in a Game 983 vs. Washington (Mo.) (1923) Yards vs. a Conference Opponent 648 vs. Missouri (1991) Yards Gained in a Loss 574 vs. Nebraska (2006) Yards Gained, Both Teams 1,184; KU-586, Colorado-598 (2003)

FIRST DOWNS

Season 326 (13 games in 2007) Rushing First Downs (In a Season) 159 (11 games in 1976) Passing First Downs (In a Season) 170 (13 games in 2007) Game 34 vs. Nebraska, 2007 34 vs. Washington (Mo.) (1923) Rushing First Downs (In a Game) 26 vs. Missouri (1975) Passing First Downs (In a Game) 25 vs. Tennessee (1973)

SCORING

Points in a Season 556 (13 games in 2007) Season Average 42.7 (13 games in 2007) Points in a Game 86 vs. South Dakota State (1947) Points in a Conference Game 76 vs. Nebraska (2007) Points in a Half 49 (1st) vs. Toledo (2004) 49 (1st) vs. Illinois State (1998) 49 (1st) vs. St. Mary’s (1912) Points in a Quarter 32 (4th) vs. Washington (Mo.) (1923) Combined Points (in a Game) 115; KU 76, Nebraska 39 (2007) Touchdowns in a Season 72 (13 games in 2007) Touchdowns in a Game 13 vs. South Dakota State (1947) Points By Kicking in a Season 120 (13 games in 2007)

18 15 12 11 10 9 7

Consecutive Wins ALL-TIME (1907-09)

Season Per Carry Average 6.0; 3,116 on 516 (1950) Yards in a Game 662 vs. Washington (Mo.) (1923) Yards in a Conference Game 556 vs. Missouri (1975)

Home Winning Streak (1908-10)

Yards in a Road Game 499 at Oklahoma State (1962) Rushing Touchdowns in a Season 33 (10 games in 1968)

Wins in a Season (2007)

Rushing Touchdowns in a Game 7 vs. Illinois State (1998) 7 vs. Missouri (1991) 7 vs. New Mexico (1968)

PASSING Consecutive Wins SEASON (2007)

Consecutive Wins vs. One Opponent

KANSAS STATE (1956-65)

Attempts in a Season 476 (13 games in 2007) Attempts in a Game 62 vs. Central Michigan (2017) Completions in a Season 302 (13 games in 2007) Completions in a Game 35 vs. Tennessee (1973) Yards in a Season 3,783 (13 games in 2007)

Shutouts in a Season (1905)

Yards Per Game 291.0 (13 games in 2007) Yards in a Game 498 vs. Vanderbilt (1985)

Consecutive Shutouts IN A SEASON (1904-05)

Points By Kicking in a Game 21 vs. Wichita State (1983)

Yards in a Conference Game 422 vs. Colorado (2003) Yards in a Road Game 422 at Colorado (2003) Touchdown Passes in a Season 36 (13 games in 2007)

DEFENSE

Fewest Yards Allowed in a Season 2,914 (1964) Fewest Yards Allowed Per Game 278.9 (1966) Fewest Yards Per Play Allowed in a Season 4.0 (1981) Fewest Total Yards Allowed in a Game 17 by Denver (1947) Fewest Yards Allowed in a Conference Game 35 by Kansas State (1961) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed in a Season 999 (2005) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Per Game in a Season 83.2 (2005) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Per Attempt 2.4 (2005) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed in a Game -56 vs. Kansas State (1992) Fewest Completions Allowed in a Season 3.7 (37 in 10 games) (1954) Lowest Completion Percentage in a Season .364 (1946) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Per Game 48.3 (483 in 10 games) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed in a Game 0 numerous times (most recent vs. Colorado, 1988)

TURNOVERS

Forced in a Season 52 (11 games in 1973) Forced in a Game 8 vs. Florida State (1973) 8 vs. Grinnell (1926) Fumbles Forced in a Season 46 (11 games in 1971)

Field Goals in a Season 24 (11 games in 1983)

Touchdown Passes in a Game 6 vs. Nebraska (2007) 6 vs. Washburn (1938)

Field Goals in a Game 5 vs. Wichita State (1983) 5 vs. Nebraska (1981)

Interceptions Thrown in a Season 24 (11 games in 1983)

Fumbles Recovered in a Season 27 (11 games in 1973)

Interceptions Thrown in a Game 5 vs. Colorado (1983) 5 vs. Louisville (1980) 5 vs. Florida State (1973)

Fumbles Recovered in a Game 7 vs. Oklahoma (1950) 7 vs. Missouri (1949)

PUNTING

Interceptions in a Season 25 (11 games in 1973)

MARGINS

Victory Margin 83; KU 83, Washington (Mo.) 0 (1923) Conference Game Victory Margin 55; KU 55, Kansas State 0 (1947)

RUSHING

Punts in a Season 87 (12 games in 2017)

Attempts in a Season 701 (11 games in 1976)

Punts in a Game 15 vs. Nebraska (1972)

Fewest Attempts in a Season 337 (11 games in 1986)

Punting Yards in a Season 3,673 (12 games in 2014)

Attempts in a Game 84 vs. Colorado (1977)

Punting Yards in a Game 621 at West Virginia (2014)

Fewest Attempts in a Game 16 vs. Auburn (1987) Season Yards 3,488 (11 games in 1975)

Fumbles Forced in a Game 15 vs. Oklahoma State (1974)

Interceptions in a Game 8 vs. Grinnell (1926) Interception Yards in a Season 363 (11 games in 1972) Interception Yards in a Game 127 vs. Oklahoma State (1949)


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A dominating blocker and outstanding athlete, Spencer and teammate George Mrkonic were recognized as two of college football’s premier linemen during the early 1950s. Spencer excelled at right offensive tackle, helping the Jayhawks to a combined 15-5 mark during his two seasons as a regular on the offensive front. As a sophomore, Spencer was a backup at KU behind future pro football hall of famer Mike McCormack. Following his senior season, Spencer was selected to play in both the East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl. He played in the National Football League for the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers from 1953-61, and served as an offensive line coach for the Oakland Raiders for 19 seasons (1962-79).

He was also a highly effective defensive back, return specialist and one of the nation’s top punters during his three-year career. His jersey No. 21 is one of just three retired in Kansas football history. A threetime all-conference selection, Hadl ended his career with 1,281 yards passing and 1,016 yards rushing. He still holds the school record for longest punt (94 yards vs. Oklahoma in 1959, third-longest in NCAA history) and has the third-longest interception return (98 yards vs. TCU in 1959). Hadl, who led the nation in punting in 1959 with a 45.6 average, was a standout on some of KU’s great teams. The Jayhawks were a combined 14-5-2 his junior and senior seasons with Hadl at the controls and ranked nationally in the top 20 each season. He concluded his senior season by leading KU to a 33-7 win over Rice in the Bluebonnet Bowl. Hadl was named Most Valuable Player

GIL REICH

1952 All-American

He was a standout as a cornerback, excelling in run support and as a punt returner. Reich earned all-conference and All-America honors for his performance as a defensive back. In addition, Reich split time as the starting quarterback with Jerry Robertson. He accounted for 428 yards in total offense and was credited with five touchdown passes. He averaged 17.2 yards on 19 punt returns and also served as the Jayhawks’ punter and kicked extra points.

During his three years in the lineup, Kansas compiled a combined 21-9 record, including an 8-2 mark in 1951 and 7-3 record in 1952. Mrkonic was selected to play in the EastWest Shrine Game in 1952 and had a brief stint in professional football as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. He also played one season in the Canadian Football League.

Reich was also a two-sport standout, playing a significant role on the Jayhawks’ 1952-53 basketball team. As a starting guard, Reich helped direct the Jayhawks to the 1953 National Championship game -- a 69-68 loss to Indiana.

1963-64 All-American

1960-61 All-American

John Hadl easily represents one of the greatest all-around performers in Kansas history. The Jayhawks’ first two-time AllAmerica selection, Hadl excelled in the Jayhawk offense as a quarterback and parttime halfback.

Although he played just one season at Kansas after transferring from the United States Military Academy, Gil Reich quickly established himself as one of the most determined performers in Jayhawk history.

Mrkonic, a two-time (1950-51) allconference selection, played left guard on offense and defensive tackle. Mrkonic also handled punting duties during his KU career and led the Jayhawks in punting statistics in 1951.

JOHN HADL

1952 All-American

OLIVER SPENCER

He is the only athlete in KU history to have both his football jersey number (42) and basketball jersey (15) retired. Evans was a key performer in helping the Jayhawks to an 8-1-2 record, a first-place tie in the Big Six Conference and a spot in the 1948 Orange Bowl his senior season. Evans once owned the NCAA record of consecutive passing attempts (60) without an interception. He played professionally for one season with Pittsburgh.

1951 All-American

1947 All-American

He is one of just three KU athletes to serve as a captain in both football and basketball. A two-time All-Big Six selection, Schnellbacher was credited with 58 career pass receptions for 1,069 yards and both marks stood as school records for 22 years. He averaged 18.4 yards per reception. Schnellbacher was a regular in 1942 and had his career put on hold during World War II. A four-time all-conference selection in basketball, Schnellbacher played both football and basketball professionally. He played football for four seasons with the New York Yankees of the All-America Football Conference and the New York Giants of the NFL. He intercepted 34 passes and was named All-Pro defensive back three times before retiring after the 1951 season.

George Mrkonic teamed with Oliver Spencer to anchor one of the great lines in Kansas football history during the early 1950s.

GALE SAYERS

Evans is the only player in NCAA history to lead the nation in both passing (1,117 yards) and interceptions (10) in the same season (1942). His single-season interception mark, in fact, still remains a KU record. In addition to being an All-American in football, Evans was also a two-time selection as a Helms Foundation basketball All-American for head coach Phog Allen.

Known as the “Double Threat from Sublette,” Otto Schnellbacher excelled during his days as an athlete at Kansas in both football and basketball. Schnellbacher served as a co-captain of the 1947 Jayhawk team that won a share of the conference title and earned a spot in the Orange Bowl.

GEORGE MRKONIC

Ray Evans, KU’s first All-America selection (along with Otto Schnellbacher), qualifies as one of the greatest athletes in Kansas history.

OTTO SCHNELLBACHER

RAY EVANS

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in the East-West Shrine game and the College AllStar Game. Hadl enjoyed a 16-year career in the NFL, passing for 33,513 yards. He was recognized as the NFL Man of the Year in 1971 and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1994. Following a successful career in coaching, Hadl moved into administration and currently serves as an associate athletics director at his alma mater.

Gale Sayers, the “Kansas Comet,” established himself in his collegiate and professional career as one of the great running backs in the history of football. A two-time All-America selection for the Jayhawks, Sayers concluded his KU career with 2,675 yards rushing and 3,917 all-purpose yards. Sayers led KU in rushing, touchdowns and kickoff returns all three years he was in the lineup. He also led the team in receiving and punt returns as a junior and senior. Sayers became the first player in NCAA Division IA history to record a 99-yard run when he broke loose against Nebraska in Lincoln during the 1963 season. He also had a 96-yard kickoff return in a 15-14 upset of Oklahoma his senior season. Sayers was a first-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears (and Kansas City Chiefs) and had an abbreviated seven-year NFL career that was cut short by a knee injury. He led the league in rushing in 1966 and 1969. He retired in 1972 with a career total of 4,956 rushing yards. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977 at age 34, the youngest person ever selected. He served as assistant athletics director at his alma mater from 1972-76.


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David Jaynes brought a lethal arm to the Kansas offense in the early 1970s and broke virtually every season and career passing mark in the Jayhawk record book. A highly recruited high school quarterback at nearby Bonner Springs, Jaynes concluded his career ranked No. 1 all-time in passing yardage (a mark later broken by Frank Seurer) with 5,132 yards. His 35-career passing touchdowns stood as a school record for 34 years.

Zook earned All-America honors in 1968 as the defensive standout on a Kansas team that finished with a 9-2 record, shared the conference championship and faced Penn State in the Orange Bowl. The Jayhawks were ranked sixth nationally in the final Associated Press poll -- Zook’s senior season. He finished his career with 202 total tackles, which ranks as the fourth-best mark among defensive linemen in school history.

His 3,832 yards in total offense qualifies as the 10th-best mark in KU history and he was responsible for 39 touchdowns during his career, a mark that ranks sixth on KU’s all-time listing. Douglass was selected to play in the Senior Bowl, American Bowl and the College All-Star game in Chicago following his senior season. He earned Most Valuable Player honors in the American Bowl. Douglass played professionally in the NFL for 13 years with Chicago, San Diego, New Orleans and Green Bay.

The Beaumont, Texas native was also one of three finalists for the Outland Trophy given to the nation’s top interior linemen. Collins helped pave the way for consecutive 1,000yard rushers in Jon Cornish and Brandon McAnderson during his last two years, while anchoring an offensive unit that was among the nation’s most productive his junior year. Collins played both right and left tackle during his career. He earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention honors as a sophomore at right tackle and then was named an All-Big 12 First Team pick as a junior after switching to the left side. He was drafted in the fourth round by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2008.

1983 All-American

2007 All-American

AQIB TALIB

2007 All-American

Big, strong, and fast, Anthony Collins became one of the nation’s premier offensive linemen in his junior season, his final year at Kansas before declaring early for the NFL Draft. The 6-6, 310-pounder was named All-America First Team by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Foundation and Football Writer’s Association of America, among others, in 2007.

Kallmeyer, who had a career-long 57-yard field goal against Iowa State as a senior, ranks fourth all-time in scoring with 233 points. His 98 points in 1983 qualifies as the third-best single-season mark in KU history and his 21 points against Wichita State in the same season represents the most single-game points by a KU kicker in history.

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ANTHONY COLLINS

“He never played but full speed from snap one to snap 100. He was the most fullspeed player on every snap that you could imagine,” said Pepper Rodgers.

Bruce Kallmeyer is regarded as one of the most potent offensive weapons in Kansas history thanks to his talents as a placekicker. Kallmeyer concluded his fouryear Jayhawk career with single-season marks of field goals made (24), attempted (29) and ranks first all-time in career field goal percentage (77.9). Kallmeyer also established new standards in the Kansas record book for most field goals in a game (five) which he recorded twice in his career, against Nebraska in 1981 and Wichita State in 1983. Kallmeyer also had four field goals in the Jayhawks’ upset win over Southern California in 1983.

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Jaynes, who earned All-America honors in 1973, had his greatest game as a senior in 1973 with a school-record performance against Tennessee in Knoxville. Jaynes connected on 35-of-58 attempts for 394 yards. “I’ve never seen him have a better day in his life,” said then-head coach Don Fambrough. Jaynes directed the Jayhawks to a 7-4-1 record his senior year, including a trip to the Liberty Bowl. Jaynes, who led KU in passing for three-consecutive seasons, finished fourth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1973.

BRUCE KALLMEYER

1973 All-American

DAVID JAYNES

1968 All-American

JOHN ZOOK

BOBBY DOUGLASS

A three-year letterman and two-time AllBig Eight Conference selection, John Zook anchored one of the top defensive units in Kansas football history.

R O C K

Twice selected All-Big Eight Conference (1967-68), Douglass was named to both the United Press International (UPI) and Kodak All-America teams in 1968. In his senior season, Douglass directed the Pepper Rodgers-coached Jayhawks to a 9-2 record, a share of the Big Eight Conference title and a spot in the 1969 Orange Bowl. He passed for 1,316 yards and 12 touchdowns his final year as a Jayhawk. He threw for touchdowns in six-consecutive games in 1968 which represented a school record. He ranks eighth all-time in career passing yardage with 2,817 yards.

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A versatile performer, Aqib Talib capped off his Kansas career by being named a consensus AllAmerica selection after his junior season. In that junior campaign he helped lead the Jayhawks to a 12-1 record, a regular season national ranking of second and a FedEx Orange Bowl victory. A tremendous cornerback, Talib led the country in passes defended as a sophomore with 28 and then recorded 18 more the following season. He finished his career with 13 interceptions, second all-time at KU, and added 45 passes broken up despite leaving for the NFL after his junior season. He also recorded 66 tackles as a junior as he was the Jack Tatum Award winner, a Bronko Nagurski finalist, a Jim Thorpe semifinalist and a Walter Camp watch list selection in addition to his All-America honors in 2007. Not only did Talib excel on the defensive side of the football, he saw action as a wide receiver as

well. In 2007 he caught eight passes for 182 yards and four touchdowns, giving him five touchdowns on nine career receptions. In his final game at KU he was named the MVP of the FedEx Orange Bowl. He was drafted 20th overall by Tampa Bay in the 2008 NFL Draft after his junior campaign.


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1935 Rutherford Hayes 1947 Ray Evans 1947 Otto Schnellbacher 1951 George Mrkonic 1952 Gil Reich 1952 Oliver Spencer 1960 John Hadl 1961 John Hadl 1961 Curtis McClinton 1963 Gale Sayers 1964 Gale Sayers 1968 Bobby Douglass 1968 John Zook 1973 David Jaynes 1975 Nolan Cromwell 1983 Bruce Kallmeyer 1984 Willie Pless 1991 Tony Sands 1992 Dana Stubblefield 2004 Charles Gordon 2005 Nick Reid 2007 Aqib Talib 2007 Anthony Collins 2007 James McClinton 2018 Joe Dineen Jr. 2018 Pooka Williams Jr.

2nd NEA HM AP 1st AP 3rd FWAA 1st AP 1st AP 1st AP 1st FWAA 1st AP 1st AP 1st FWAA 1st AP 1st FWAA 1st TSN 1st AP 1st AFCA 1st WC 1st AP 1st AFCA 1st FWAA 1st WC 1st AP 1st AFCA 1st AP 1st AFCA 1st FWAA 1st AP 1st AFCA 1st WC HM AP 1st AP 1st AFCA 2nd AP 3rd AP 2nd AP 3rd AP 3rd AP 1st AP 1st FWAA 1st WC 1st AP 1st FWAA 1st WC 2nd AP 2nd AP 2nd TSN 2nd FWAA

AP - Associated Press; FWAA - Football Writer’s Association of America; TSN - The Sporting News; WC - Walter Camp; AFCA - American Football Coaches Association; NEA - Newspaper Enterprise Association

FWAA - FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2018

Pooka Williams Jr.

THE SPORTING NEWS - FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2003 2003 2003

Charles Gordon Jonathan Lamb Bob Whitaker

COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME 1951 1954 1964 1964 1994 2001

Fielding H. Yost, coach (1899) Jim Bausch, HB (1929-30) Ray Evans, HB (1941-42, 46-47) Gale Sayers, HB (1962-64) John Hadl, QB (1959-61) John Outland, OT (1895)

1971 1976 1982 1995 2007 2007

Mike McCoy Tom Fitch Bruce Kallmeyer (2nd Team) Darrin Simmons Russell Brorsen John Larson (2nd Team)

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION AND HALL OF FAME GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS 1964

Ron Oelschlager

NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 1964 1968 1971 1972 1978 1986

Ron Oelschlager David Morgan Mike McCoy John Schroll Tom Fitch Mark Henderson

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 1964 1971 1977

Ron Oelschlager Mike McCoy Tom Fitch

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGIATE DIRECTORS OF ATHLETICS 1993

Greg Ballard

NFL HALL OF FAME 1977 1985 1992

Gale Sayers, Chicago Mike McCormack, Cleveland John Riggins, Washington

CANADIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME 2005

Willie Pless, LB

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 2007

Mark Mangino

JAMES MCCLINTON

HEISMAN VOTING 1961 1968 1973

John Hadl (7th) Bobby Douglass (7th) David Jaynes (4th)

BOWL GAME MVPS 1961 BLUEBONNET BOWL Ken Coleman, FB (Offensive MVP)

1969 ORANGE BOWL Donnie Shanklin, RB (Offensive MVP) 1973 LIBERTY BOWL David Jaynes, QB (Offensive MVP) 1992 ALOHA BOWL Dana Stubblefield, DT (MVP) 1995 ALOHA BOWL Mark Williams, QB (MVP) 2005 FORT WORTH BOWL Jason Swanson, QB (MVP)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS - COSIDA

2008 FEDEX ORANGE BOWL Aqib Talib, CB (MVP)

1964 1967 1968 1970

2008 INSIGHT BOWL Dezmon Briscoe, WR (Offensive MVP) James Holt, LB (Defensive MVP)

Fred Elder Mike Sweatman Dave Morgan Mike McCoy (2nd Team)

ANTHONY COLLINS

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ALL-STAR GAME SELECTIONS 1961

Elvin Basham, guard

AMERICAN BOWL - (TAMPA, FLA.) 1968 1968 1968 1970 1971 1973 1975 1976

Bobby Douglass, quarterback John Zook, end Dave Morgan, defensive back Steve Lawson, tackle Kenny Page, linebacker Don Goode, defensive end Steve Taylor, cornerback Chris Golub, free safety

BLUE-GRAY - (MONTGOMERY, ALA.)

2013

Dayne Crist, quarterback

CHALLENGE BOWL - (SEATTLE, WASH.) 1978 1962 1963

Franklin King, defensive tackle (Corpus Christi, Texas) Rodger McFarland, quarterback Armand Baughman, fullback

COACHES ALL-AMERICA GAME 1961 1965 1965 1969 1969 1969 1975 1976 1976

Fred Hageman, center Gale Sayers, halfback Brian Schweda, tackle John Zook, end Bobby Douglass, quarterback Keith Christensen, tackle Emmett Edwards, receiver Dave Scott, offensive tackle Steve Taylor, cornerback

COLLEGE ALL-STAR - (CHICAGO, ILL.) 1934 1944 1951 1954 1961 1962 1962 1965 1969 1971 1971 1971 1974 1975

Pete Mehringer, tackle George Dick, end Mike McCormack, tackle Bob Hantla, guard Fred Hageman, center John Hadl, quarterback Curtis McClinton, halfback Gale Sayers, halfback Bobby Douglass, quarterback Steve Lawson, tackle John Riggins, fullback Larry Brown, end David Jaynes, quarterback Emmett Edwards, receiver

COLLEGE GRIDIRON SHOWCASE (ARLINGTON, TEXAS)

2010

Chris Harris, defensive back

EAST-WEST SHRINE (TAMPA , FLA.)

1930 Jim Bausch, fullback 1932 George Atkeson, guard 1935 Dick Sklar, guard 1937 Clarence Douglass, fullback 1946 Don Fambrough, guard 1950 Mike McCormack, tackle 1951 Oliver Spencer, tackle 1951 George Mrkonic, guard 1953 Bob Hantla, guard 1953 Morris Kay, end 1956 Galen Wahlmeier, center 1959 John Peppercorn, end 1960 Fred Hageman, center 1961 John Hadl, quarterback 1961 Curtis McClinton, halfback 1964 Gale Sayers, halfback 1966 George Harvey, linebacker 1967 Mike Sweatman, linebacker 1973 David Jaynes, quarterback 1973 Don Goode, defensive end 1976 Terry Beeson, linebacker 1977 Tom Dinkel, defensive end 1978 Mike Wellman, center 1979 Mike Hubach, kicker 1979 Jim Zidd, defensive end 1980 David Verser, wide receiver 1981 Kyle McNorton, linebacker 1985 Willie Pless, linebacker 1985 Sylvester Byrd, tight end 1988 Willie Vaughn, wide receiver 1991 Tony Sands, running back* 1992 Matt Gay, wide receiver 1993 Dan Eichloff, kicker* 1994 John Jones, offensive guard* 1995 Rod Jones, tackle 1995 L.T. Levine, running back 1996 Ronnie Ward, linebacker* 1997 Ron Warner, linebacker* 1998 Dan Dercher, offensive tackle* 2000 Carl Nesmith, defensive back (Houston) 2006 Jon Cornish, running back 2008 Marcus Henry, wide receiver 2008 Brandon McAnderson, run. back 2008 James McClinton, def. tackle (Orlando, Fla.) 2010 Todd Reesing, quarterback 2010 Kerry Meier, wide receiver 2010 Darrell Stuckey, safety 2012 Steven Johnson, linebacker 2013 Tanner Hawkinson, offensive line 2013 Bradley McDougald, safety 2015 Ben Heeney, linebacker 2017 Fish Smithson, safety 2019 Joe Dineen Jr., linebacker 2019 Daniel Wise, defensive line (* - Games played in Palo Alto, Calif.)

1959 1961 1961 1964 1966 1967 1971 1973 1979 1980 1981 1982 1982 1983 1985 1985 1991 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 2004 2004 2004

John Peppercorn, end John Hadl, quarterback Curtis McClinton, halfback Gale Sayers, halfback George Harvey, linebacker Mike Sweatman, linebacker Mike McCoy, center David Jaynes, quarterback Mike Hubach, kicker Joe Tumpich, safety Bryan Horn, defensive end Wayne Capers, receiver Don Fambrough, coach Bruce Kallmeyer, kicker Mike Norseth, quarterback Richard Estell, wide receiver Tony Sands, tailback Christopher Perez, off. tackle Dana Stubblefield, def. tackle Chris Maumalanga, def. tackle John Jones, offensive guard Mark Williams, quarterback Isaac Byrd, wide receiver David McMillan, defensive end Brandon Rideau, wide receiver Joe Vaughn, offensive line

JAPAN BOWL - (TOKYO, JAPAN) 1979 1981 1983

Mike Hubach, kicker Kyle McNorton, linebacker Paul Fairchild, guard

LAS VEGAS BOWL - (LAS VEGAS, NEV.) 2005

Nick Reid, linebacker

MEDAL OF HONOR BOWL (CHARLESTON, S.C.) 2015

Cassius Sendish, safety

NFLPA - (CARSON, CALIF.) 2011 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2014 2015 2019 2019

Brad Thorson, tackle Dayne Crist, quarterback Trevor Marrongelli, offensive line Toben Opurum, defensive line Josh Williams, defensive line Duane Zlatnik, offensive line James Sims, running back Nick Harwell, wide receiver Steven Sims Jr., wide receiver Dwayne Wallace, offensive line

NORTH-SOUTH - (MIAMI, FLA.) 1948 1949 1950 1952 1970 1970

Hugh Johnson, tackle Forrest Griffith, halfback Wade Stinson, halfback Bob Brandeberry, halfback Larry Brown, end John Riggins, fullback

PARADISE BOWL - (ST. GEORGE, UTAH) 2002 2002

Leo Etienne, linebacker Greg Cole, linebacker

PRO BOUND SPORTS BOWL (LITTLE ROCK, ARK.) 2010 2010

ROTARY GRIDIRON CLASSIC (ORLANDO, FLA.) 2002

Justin Sands, offensive tackle

SENIOR BOWL - (MOBILE, ALA.) 1952 1953 1960 1962 1963 1968 1968 1968 1970 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1973 1974 1975 1976 1976 1976 1979 1980 1982 1983 1983 1985 1985 1992 1992 1993 1995 1996 2000 2001 2015

Oliver Spencer, tackle Bob Hantla, guard Fred Hageman, center Marvin Clothier, tackle Ken Coleman, fullback John Zook, end Bobby Douglass, quarterback Keith Christensen, tackle John Riggins, fullback Eddie Sheats, linebacker Roger Bernhardt, guard Gery Palmer, tackle Don Goode, defensive end Mitch Sutton, defensive tackle David Jaynes, quarterback Emmett Edwards, receiver Eddie Lewis, cornerback Terry Beeson, linebacker Mike Butler, defensive tackle Laverne Smith, halfback LeRoy Irvin, safety David Verser, wide receiver Wayne Capers, wide receiver Bruce Kallmeyer, kicker Frank Seurer, quarterback Mike Norseth, quarterback Willie Pless, linebacker Gilbert Brown, def. tackle Keith Loneker, offensive tackle Dan Eichloff, kicker Dorian Brew, defensive back June Henley, running back Moran Norris, fullback Nate Dwyer, defensive tackle JaCorey Shepherd, cornerback

TEXAS CENTENNIAL ALL-STAR (DALLAS, TEXAS) 1936 1936

Dick Sklar, guard John Peterson, back

TEXAS VS. THE NATION (EL PASO, TEXAS) 2008 2013

James Holt, linebacker Greg Brown, cornerback

TROPICAL BOWL (DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.)

2016 Damani Mosby, defensive end 2016 Marnez Ogletree, cornerback 2016 Tevin Shaw, safety 2018 Jayson Rhodes, offensive line 2019 Brian Lipscomb, linebacker 2019 Mavin Saunders, tight end 2019 Ryan Schadler, wide receiver-kick returner 2019 Dwayne Wallace, offensive line

U.S. BOWL - (WASHINGTON, D.C.) 1961

Elvin Basham, guard

Angus Quigley, running back Johnathan Wilson, wide receiver

DEZMON BRISCOE

J A Y H A W K

CASINO DEL SOL BOWL - (TUCSON, ARIZ.)

DIXIE GRIDIRON CLASSIC (ST. GEORGE, UTAH)

HULA BOWL - (HONOLULU, HAWAI’I)

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Joe Lundy, tackle Roger Hill, halfback Doyle Schick, fullback Marvin Clothier, tackle Ken Coleman, fullback Brian Schweda, tackle Kenny Page, linebacker Eddie Sheats, linebacker Roger Bernhardt, guard Gery Palmer, tackle Steve Towle, linebacker Terry Beeson, linebacker Paul Fairchild, guard Reggie Smith, tackle Bennie Simecka, center Mike Norseth, quarterback (MVP) Willie Pless, linebacker Sylvester Byrd, tight end Paul Oswald, center Willie Vaughn, wide receiver Chip Budde, center Kwamie Lassiter, defensive back Gerald McBurrows, defensive back Scott Whittaker, offensive tackle Justin Glasgow, offensive guard Carl Nesmith, defensive back Algie Atkinson, linebacker Justin Hartwig, offensive line

Nigel King, wide receiver Jimmay Mundine, tight end/fullback Dexter McDonald, cornerback

R O C K

1953 1960 1960 1962 1963 1964 1971 1972 1972 1972 1974 1976 1983 1983 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1988 1990 1994 1994 1996 1998 2000 2001 2001

2015 2015 2015

HISTORY

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ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS MISSOURI VALLEY - (1907-28) (first-team honorees listed) 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1916 1917 1919 1920 1921 1923 1924

Howard “Tub” Reed Swede Carlson Carl Pleasant Howard “Tub” Reed Ellis Davidson Swede Carlson Carl Pleasant Earl Ammons Ellis Davidson Earl Ammons Harold Brownlee H. E. Burnham Bill Weidlein Will Burton Butch Stuewe Bill Weidlein Andy Groft Tony James Ad Lindsey Will Burton Ad Lindsey Stem Foster Dutch Lonborg George Nettels Scrubby Laslett Dutch Lonborg Frank Mandeville Dutch Lonborg Pete Jones Charles Black Bob Mosby Babe Smith

BIG SIX - (1929-47) (first-team honorees listed) 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1937 1938 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947

Jim Bausch John Schopflin Jim Bausch Ormand Beach Forrest Cox Earl Foy Charles Smoot Otto Rost George Atkeson Pete Mehringer Elmer Schaake Ernest Casini Pete Mehringer Milo Clawson George Hapgood Dick Sklar Rutherford Hayes John Peterson Ed Phelps Dick Sklar Clarence Douglass Lewis Ward Ferrell Anderson Don Pierce Hub Ulrich Ray Evans Frank Gruden Charlie Moffatt Dave Schmidt Ray Evans Don Fambrough Lynne McNutt Dave Schmidt Otto Schnellbacher Ray Evans Don Ettinger Don Fambrough Forrest Griffith Otto Schnellbacher

G C E G G C E G FB E G T T FB G G G/T HB G HB QB E T E E FB QB G E T T

FB T HB FB HB T C T G T HB E T T HB G E FB C G FB T G C E HB G HB E HB G QB E E HB T G FB E

BIG SEVEN - (1948-57) (first-team honorees listed) 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1956 1957

Dick Gilman Forrest Griffith Bryan Sperry Dick Tomlinson Bill Schaake Dick Tomlinson Mike McCormack George Mrkonic Wade Stinson Bob Brandeberry Bob Hantla Charlie Hoag George Kennard John Konek George Mrkonic Bill Schaake Oliver Spencer Orban Tice Galen Fiss Bob Hantla Charlie Hoag Paul Leoni Gil Reich Oliver Spencer Frank Gibson Jim Letcavits Jim Letcavits

BIG EIGHT - (1958-95) (first-team honorees listed) 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Homer Floyd John Peppercorn John Hadl Fred Hageman Curtis McClinton John Peppercorn Elvin Basham John Hadl Fred Hageman Curtis McClinton Elvin Basham John Hadl Curtis McClinton Gale Sayers Pete Quatrochi Gale Sayers Mike Shinn Gary Duff Gale Sayers Brian Schweda Dick Pratt Mike Sweatman Bobby Douglass John Greene Mike Sweatman John Zook Keith Christensen Bobby Douglass Emery Hicks John Mosier John Riggins John Zook Dale Evans Emery Hicks Steve Lawson John Riggins Kenny Page John Schroll Eddie Sheats Emmett Edwards David Jaynes Kurt Knoff Dean Zook Emmett Edwards Kurt Knoff Mike Lemon Laverne Smith Steve Towle

QB FB E G E G T G HB HB G HB G HB T E T E FB G HB E DB T T E E

HB T HB C HB E G QB C HB G QB HB HB C HB E HB HB T G LB QB G LB DE T QB LB TE FB DE C LB G FB LB TE LB WR QB CB DE WR SS NG HB LB

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Mike Butler Nolan Cromwell Kurt Knoff Terry Beeson Chris Golub Tom Fitch Mike Hubach Mike Hubach David Verser Kerwin Bell Stan Gardner Bucky Scribner Joe Tumpich David Verser Wayne Capers David Lawrence Kyle McNorton Bucky Scribner Bucky Scribner Bruce Kallmeyer Willie Pless Willie Pless Richard Estell Willie Pless Willie Vaughn Willie Vaughn Quintin Smith Dan Eichloff Dan Eichloff Christopher Perez Tony Sands Dana Stubblefield Doug Terry Dwayne Chandler Dan Eichloff Chip Hilleary John Jones Kwamie Lassiter Keith Loneker Dana Stubblefield Hessley Hempstead June Henley John Jones Chris Maumalanga Hessley Hempstead Chris Banks Dorian Brew

BIG 12 - (1996-PRESENT) (all honorees listed) 1996 1997 1998 1999

Isaac Byrd June Henley Ronnie Ward Tony Blevins Ron Warner Jason Harris Scott Whittaker Ron Warner Tony Blevins Dean Royal Brett McGraw Patrick Brown Maurice Gaddie Joe Garcia Justin Glasgow Jason Harris Mike Lies Eric Vann Michael Allen Dan Dercher Steve Bratten Pat Brown Termaine Fulton Justin Glasgow Mike Lies David Winbush Carl Nesmith Dameon Hunt Moran Norris Joey Pelfanio Tim Bowers Mike Chandler

DT QB SS LB FS SS K K WR TB NG P S WR WR OG LB P P K LB LB WR LB WR WR WR P P/K OT TB DT S TE K QB OG S OT DT OG RB OG DT OG OG DB

WR (2nd) RB (2nd) LB (2nd) DB (3rd) DL (3rd) DB (HM) OL (HM) LB (1st) DB (2nd) P (2nd) DL (3rd) LB (HM) DB (HM) PK (HM) OL (HM) DB (HM) OL (HM) RB (HM) DB (3rd) OL (3rd) LB (HM) DE/OLB (HM) WR (HM) OL (HM) OL (HM) RB (HM) DB (1st) OL (3rd) RB (3rd) P (3rd) LB (HM) WR (HM)

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Andrew Davison DB (HM) Chris Enneking OL (HM) Harrison Hill WR (HM) Dion Johnson DL (HM) Andrew LeClair LB (HM) Dion Rayford DL (HM) Dylen Smith QB (HM) Nate Dwyer DL (2nd) Carl Nesmith DB (2nd) David Winbush RB (2nd) Moran Norris RB (3rd) Marc Owen OL (3rd) Andrew Davison DB (HM) Harrison Hill WR (HM) Chaz Murphy DL (HM) Marcus Rogers LB (HM) Dylen Smith WB (HM) Nate Dwyer DT (1st) Justin Hartwig OL (2nd) Marcus Rogers LB (3rd) Algie Atkinson LB (HM) Andrew Davison DB (HM) Roger Ross WR (HM) Byron Gasaway WR (HM) Justin Sands OL (HM) Curtis Ansel P (3rd) Charles Gordon KR (3rd) Adrian Jones OL (3rd) Gabriel Toomey LB (3rd) Joe Vaughn OL (3rd) Bill Whittemore QB (3rd) Clark Green RB (HM) John Randle DB (HM) Nick Reid LB (HM) Mark Simmons WR (HM) Tony Stubbs DB (HM) Charles Gordon CB (1st) David McMillan DE (1st) Nick Reid LB (2nd) Joe Vaughn OL (2nd) Jermial Ashley DL (HM) Charles Gordon WR (HM) Rodney Harris DB (HM) Brandon Rideau WR (HM) Tony Stubbs DB (HM) Gabriel Toomey LB (HM) Charles Gordon KR/PR (1st) Charlton Keith DL (1st) Nick Reid LB (1st) Jermial Ashley DL (2nd) Charles Gordon DB (2nd) Rodney Allen DL (HM) Banks Floodman LB (HM) Rodney Fowler DB (HM) Charles Gordon WR (HM) Clark Green RB (HM) Kevin Kane LB (HM) David Ochoa OL (HM) Brandon Perkins LB (HM) Mark Simmons WR (HM) Aqib Talib DB (HM) Kyle Tucker P (HM) Bob Whitaker OL (HM) Jon Cornish RB (1st) Aqib Talib DB (1st) Brandon McAnderson FB (2nd) David Ochoa OL (2nd) Jerome Kemp DB (HM) James McClinton DL (HM) Mike Rivera LB (HM) Bob Whitaker OL (HM) Anthony Collins OL (1st) James McClinton DL (1st) Joe Mortensen LB (1st) Aqib Talib DB (1st) Marcus Henry WR (2nd) Marcus Herford KR/PR (2nd) Brandon McAnderson RB (2nd) Todd Reesing QB (2nd) Ryan Cantrell OL (HM) James Holt LB (HM)


155

THREE-TIME FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Dutch Lonborg Ray Evans John Hadl Curtis McClinton Gale Sayers Kurt Knoff Bucky Scribner Willie Pless Dan Eichloff

1917, 19-20 1942, 46-47 1959-61 1959-61 1962-64 1973-75 1980-82 1983-85 1990-92

WILLIE PLESS

TACKLER OF THE YEAR Willie Pless (191 tackles) Rick Bredesen (106) Curtis Moore (103) Curtis Moore (170) Roger Robben (146) Hassan Bailey (89) Doug Terry (93) Hassan Bailey (79) Clint Bowen (114) Ronnie Ward (98) Jason Thoren (119) Ronnie Ward (121) Tony Blevins (97) Michael Allen (120) Andrew LeClair (102) Carl Nesmith (103) Marcus Rogers (97 tackles)

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Greg Cole (106) Nick Reid (133) Nick Reid (109) Nick Reid (112) Mike Rivera (90) Joe Mortensen (106) James Holt (105) Darrell Stuckey (93) Steven Johnson (95) Steven Johnson (120) Ben Heeney (112) Ben Heeney (88) Ben Heeney (127) Fish Smithson (111) Fish Smithson (93) Joe Dineen Jr. (137) Joe Dineen Jr. (147)

CONFERENCE HONORS COACH OF THE YEAR

DEFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

1967 1975 1981 1984 1991 1995 2007

1987 1988 1991 1999 2007 2013

Pepper Rodgers Bud Moore Don Fambrough Mike Gottfried Glen Mason Glen Mason Mark Mangino

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1967 1975 1991

Bobby Douglass Nolan Cromwell Tony Sands

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2005

Nick Reid

OFFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1967 1980 2002 2003

John Mosier Kerwin Bell Bill Whittemore Joe Vaughn

Curtis Moore Deral Boykin Steve Harvey Carl Nesmith Chris Harris (AP) Isaiah Johnson (C)

OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1993 2018

June Henley Pooka Williams Jr.

DEFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1993

Tony Blevins

PRESEASON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2017

Dorance Armstrong Jr.

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (Big 12 Only - 1996-present) 1996

Ronnie Ward Nov. 3 at Iowa State

LB

J A Y H A W K

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

C H A L K

Willie Pless, the all-time leading tackler at Kansas and in the Big Eight, was honored in 1985 with the establishment of an annual award in his name. The Willie Pless Tackler of the Year Award is presented to the KU leader in tackles each season. The award was established as a gift from Gene, Bernie and Todd Morgan of Kansas City.

Patrick Brown LB Sept. 1 vs. UAB Eric Vann RB Sept. 15 vs. Missouri Jason Harris Special Teams Nov. 3 vs. Iowa State Harrison Hill Special Teams Sept. 28 at UAB David Winbush HB Oct. 26 vs. Colorado Steve Bratten LB Oct. 26 vs. Colorado Carl Nesmith Special Teams Nov. 22 vs. Iowa State Algie Atkinson LB Sept. 16 vs. UAB Marcus Rogers LB Oct. 21 vs. Colorado Reggie Duncan RB Oct. 6 at Texas Tech Johnny Beck Special Teams Oct. 6 at Texas Tech Gregg Heaggans Sp. Teams Sept. 14 vs. Missouri State Rodney Fowler S Nov. 24 vs. Iowa State Brandon Rideau Sp. Teams Sept. 6 vs. Tulsa David McMillan DE Nov. 22 at Missouri Brandon Perkins LB Sept. 19 vs. Louisiana Tech Charlton Keith DE Nov. 7 vs. Nebraska Scott Webb PK/Sp. Teams Nov. 28 vs. Iowa State Jon Cornish RB Nov. 20 vs. Kansas State Marcus Herford KR/Sp. Teams Sept. 20 vs. Southeastern La. Scott Webb PK/Sp. Teams Oct. 22 vs. Colorado Todd Reesing QB (Co) Nov. 19 vs. Iowa State Todd Reesing QB Dec. 1 vs. Missouri Darrell Stuckey S Dec. 1 vs. Missouri Maxwell Onyegbule DE Sept. 12 vs. UTEP Justin Springer LB Sept. 11 vs. Georgia Tech D.J. Beshears KR/Sp. Teams Sept. 25 vs. New Mexico State D.J. Beshears KR/Sp. Teams Sept. 10 vs. Northern Illinois Trevor Pardula P/Sp. Teams Sept. 23 vs. Louisiana Tech James Sims RB Nov. 18 vs. West Virginia Dexter McDonald CB Sept. 6 vs. SEMO Cole Moos P Oct. 17 at Baylor Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE Nov. 19 vs. Texas Matthew Wyman K Nov. 19 vs. Texas Joe Dineen Jr. LB Sept. 2 vs. SEMO Steven Sims Jr. WR Oct. 28 vs. Kansas State Joe Dineen Jr. LB Sept. 8 at Central MIchigan Pooka Williams Jr. RB/Newcomer Sept. 8 at Central Michigan Pooka Williams Jr. RB/Newcomer Sept. 29 vs. Oklahoma State Gabriel Rui K/Sp. Teams Oct. 27 vs. TCU Pooka Williams Jr. RB/Newcomer Oct. 27 vs. TCU Joe Dineen Jr. LB Nov. 10 at K-State Pooka Williams Jr. RB/Newcomer Nov. 17 at Oklahoma

R O C K

WILLIE PLESS

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 2014 2016 2017 2018

HISTORY

Mike Rivera LB (HM) Cesar Rodriguez OL (HM) Darrell Stuckey DB (HM) Scott Webb PK (HM) 2008 Darrell Stuckey S (1st) Dezmon Briscoe WR (2nd) James Holt LB (2nd) Caleb Blakesley DT (HM) Ryan Cantrell OL (HM) Jake Laptad DE (HM) Adrian Mayes OL (HM) Kerry Meier WR (HM) Mike Rivera LB (HM) Jake Sharp RB (HM) 2009 Dezmon Briscoe WR (1st) Kerry Meier WR (2nd) Tanner Hawkinson OT (HM) Jake Laptad DE (HM) Todd Reesing QB (HM) Alonso Rojas P (HM) Darrell Stuckey S (HM) 2010 D.J. Beshears KR (HM) Jake Laptad DE (HM) Alonso Rojas P (HM) 2011 Jeremiah Hatch OL (2nd) Tim Biere TE (HM) Ron Doherty P (HM) Steven Johnson LB (HM) Bradley McDougald DB (HM) Toben Opurum DE (HM) Duane Zlatnik OL (HM) 2012 Tanner Hawkinson OL (2nd) Ben Heeney LB (2nd) Bradley McDougald S (2nd) James Sims HB (2nd) Jimmay Mundine TE (HM) Tony Pierson HB (HM) Duane Zlatnik OL (HM) 2013 Ben Heeney LB (2nd) James Sims RB (2nd) Ngalu Fusimalohi OL (HM) Isaiah Johnson S (HM) Dexter McDonald CB (HM) Jimmay Mundine TE (HM) Trevor Pardula P (HM) JaCorey Shepherd CB/KR (HM) 2014 Ben Heeney LB (1st) Trevor Pardula P/K (1st) JaCorey Shepherd CB (1st) Jimmay Mundine TE (2nd) Michael Reynolds DE (HM) Cassius Sendish S (HM) 2015 Fish Smithson S (2nd) Ben Goodman Jr. DE (HM) Ben Johnson TE (HM) Michael Zunica FB (HM) 2016 Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE (1st)* Fish Smithson S (1st) Hakeem Adeniji OL (HM) D’Andre Banks OL (HM) LaQuvionte Gonzalez WR (HM) Mike Lee S (HM) Cole Moos P (HM) Steven Sims Jr. WR (HM) Daniel Wise DT (HM) Matthew Wyman K (HM) Michael Zunica FB (HM) 2017 Daniel Wise DT (1st) Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE (2nd) Joe Dineen Jr. LB (2nd) Ben Johnson TE (2nd) Hakeem Adeniji OL (HM) Gabriel Rui K (HM) Steven Sims Jr. WR (HM) Bryce Torneden S (HM) 2018 Joe Dineen Jr. LB (1st) Daniel Wise DT (1st) Pooka Williams Jr. RB/AP (1st) Hakeem Adeniji OL (2nd) Kyle Thompson P (2nd) Hasan Defense DB (HM) Corione Harris CB (HM) Mike Lee DB (HM) Stephon Robinson Jr. WR (HM) Gabriel Rui PK (HM) Bryce Torneden S (HM) *Unanimous selection


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ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

1993

Terry McIntosh George Remsberg Ron Claiborne Dale Remsberg Bill Blasi Sam Simpson Ron Oelschlager Ron Oelschlager Fred Elder Ron Oelschlager Bruce Peterson Mike Shinn Bill Wohlford Bruce Peterson Mike Sweatman Bill Wohlford Willie McDaniel Dave Morgan Mike Sweatman Dale Evans Dave Morgan John Mosier Ken Wertzberger Dave Aikins Steve Carmichael Dale Evans Mike McCoy Phil Basler Mike McCoy John Schroll John Bryant Ken Saathoff John Schroll Steve Towle Kurt Knoff Ken Saathoff Kurt Knoff Ken Saathoff Nolan Cromwell Tom Fitch Tom Fitch Frank Wattelet Brian Bethke Frank Wattelet Jeff Fox Dan Wagoner Tim Friess Bruce Kallmeyer Steve Cole Mark Henderson Mark Henderson Quintin Schonewise Dodge Schwartzburg Kevin Harder Mike Norseth Willie Pless Wayne Ziegler Kevin Harder Mark Henderson Wayne Ziegler Mike Orth Dave Grattan Curtis Moore Rob Newson John Baker Mark Koncz Maurice Douglas Curtis Moore Christopher Perez Smith Holland Gilbert Brown Kenny Drayton Dan Eichloff Paul Friday Don Davis Dan Eichloff Chad Fette Chip Hilleary Trace Liggett Dave Marcum Pete Vang Greg Ballard Derek Brown Jason Brown Joe Hornback Jim Moore Larry Thiel

B G G E T E B B T B T T G T LB G G DB LB C DB E G G E C C DT C TE T WR TE LB SS TE SS WR QB SS SS SS QB SS DT CB E K S FB FB T K S QB LB S S FB S QB OG LB S TE DT FB LB OT OG DT WR P/K DB LB P/K TE QB OG C TE WR OT DE C TE LB

1994

1995 1996 1997

1998

1999

2000 2001 2002

2003 2004

2005 2006

2007

2008

Pete Vang Don Davis Jim Moore Chris Powell Darrin Simmons Jim Moore Darrin Simmons Jim Moore Tim Bowers Steve Bratten Greg Erb Tanner Hancock Hamilton Hill Shane Rooney Tim Bowers Greg Erb Charlie Hoag Jason Stevenson Brandon Wier Tim Bowers Greg Erb Charlie Hoag Justin Sands Brandon Wier Tim Bowers Jake Letourneau Brandon Wier Jason Farley Barry Goodrich Jake Letourneau Brandon Wier Zach Dyer Barry Goodrich Justin Henry Jake Letourneau Derick Mills Darren Rus Travis Watkins Johnny Beck Kevin Kane Jonathan Lamb Derick Mills Kevin Kane Jonathan Lamb John Nielsen Matt Thompson Brandon Watkins Travis Watkins Kevin Kane Jonathan Lamb Matt Thompson Dane Broadie Russell Brorsen Jeff Foster Zack Hood Jonathan Lamb John Larson Scott Webb Russell Brorsen Micah Brown Jeff Foster John Larson Sadiq Muhammed Todd Reesing Mike Rivera Brian Seymour Jake Sharp Scott Webb Jeff Wheeler Jacob Branstetter Russell Brorsen Drew Dudley

TE LB TE FB P TE P TE LB LB DE WR QB TE LB DB WR OL DB LB DB WR OL DB LB DB DB TE WR DB DB S WR OL S WR LB DT PK LB SS WR LB WR QB OL TE DT LB WR OL PK DE WR LS WR DE PK DE WR WR DE DB QB LB DB RB PK DE PK DE LB

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013 2014 2015

John Larson Todd Reesing Mike Rivera Justin Springer Tim Biere Jacob Branstetter Drew Dudley Trevor Marrongelli Olaitan Oguntodu Todd Reesing Justin Springer Brad Thorson Tim Biere Brian Blackwell Jacob Branstetter Drew Dudley Steven Foster Trevor Marrongelli Olaitan Oguntodu Tyler Patmon Reece Petty Justin Puthoff Alex Smith Riley Spencer Justin Springer Brad Thorson Tim Biere Brian Blackwell Gavin Howard Chase Knighton Trevor Marrongelli Quinn Mecham Shane Smith Keeston Terry Dylan Admire Ryan Burton Brandon Hawks Gavin Howard Trevor Marrongelli Tyler Patmon Justin Puthoff James Sims Shane Smith Brandon Bourbon Gavin Howard Blake Jablonski Reilly Jeffers Jonathan Jones Pat Lewandowski Dexter Linton Alex Matlock T.J. Semke Riley Spencer Trent Smiley Shane Smith Kevin Young Zackary Young Scott Baron Pat Lewandowski T.J. Millweard Trevor Pardula Preston Randall Trent Smiley Colin Spencer Seth Conway Taylor Cox Joe Gibson Michael Glatczak Matt Hentges T.J. Millweard Bryan Peters

JONATHAN LAMB DE QB LB LB TE PK LB OL S QB LB OL TE S PK LB FB OL S CB WR FB OL OL LB OL TE LB OL WR OL QB DT S OL HB S OL OL CB LS HB DL RB OL H/QB LS WR OL S S DL OL TE DL DL LS TE OL QB P/K RB TE CB WR RB OL S WR QB OL

2016 2017 2018

Preston Randall Cameron Rosser Colin Spencer Shakiem Barbel Montell Cozart Joe Gibson Larry Hughes Keith Loneker Jr. Austin Moses Tyler Patrick Cameron Rosser Colin Spencer Ryan Willis Jeremiah Booker Chris Hughes Larry Hughes Keith Loneker Jr. Cole Moos Keaton Perry Bryce Torneden Jeremiah Booker Joe Dineen Jr. Keith Loneker Jr. Clyde McCauley Kameron McQueen Reese Randall Bryce Torneden John Wirtel

RB LB CB WR QB OL OL LB WR WR LB CB QB WR OL OL LB P WR S WR LB LB OL WR RB S LS

THREE-TIME ACADEMIC FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Ron Oelschalager Ken Saathoff Jim Moore Greg Erb Jake Letourneau Kevin Kane Russell Brorsen John Larson Jacob Branstetter Drew Dudley Justin Springer Tim Biere Gavin Howard Shane Smith Colin Spencer Keith Loneker Jr.

1962-64 1972-74 1994-96 1997-99 2000-02 2003-05 2006-08 2006-08 2008-10 2008-10 2008-10 2009-11 2011-13 2011-13 2014-16 2016-18

FOUR-TIME ACADEMIC FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Tim Bowers Brandon Wier Jonathan Lamb Trevor Marrongelli

1997-2000 1998-2001 2003-06 2009-12

FIRST TEAM ATHLETIC AND ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE IN SAME SEASON Mike Sweatman Mike Sweatman John Mosier Dale Evans John Schroll Kurt Knoff Kurt Knoff Tom Fitch Willie Pless Dan Eichloff Dan Eichloff Chip Hilleary Joe Dineen Jr.

1966 1967 1968 1969 1971 1973 1974 1977 1985 1991 1992 1992 2018


157

NCAA RANKINGS RUSHING OFFENSE

1950 4th 1961 13th 1963 5th 1968 5th 1975 7th 1976 4th 1992 13th 1994 8th

(311.6) (228.6) (243.1) (299.9) (317.1) (297.4) (232.1) (247.1)

PASSING OFFENSE

PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED

2018 3rd

1947 11th 1950 11th 1968 9th 2007 8th REDZONE OFFENSE SCORING

1968 3rd 1992 11th 2007 2nd RUSHING DEFENSE

1961 14th 1992 20th 2005 3rd 2007 8th PASSING DEFENSE

1939 1st 1953 8th 1957 15th 1960 3rd 1973 10th 1981 4th 1982 2nd 1986 12th 1987 3rd TOTAL DEFENSE

1960 7th 2005 11th 2007 12th SCORING DEFENSE

2007 4th TACKLES FOR LOSS

2005 6th 2017 15th NET PUNTING

1995 8th PUNTING

1959 2nd

(0.938) (38.0) (31.8) (42.77)

KICK OFF RETURNS

1993 11th 1994 12th 2007 7th TURNOVER MARGIN

1996 9th 2007 1st 2018 2nd TURNOVERS LOST

2018 4th TURNOVERS GAINED

2018 8th

(12.1) (19.45) (13.85) (13.50) (12.43) (23.7) (22.8) (25.21) (1.00) (1.62) (1.33) (11) (27)

INDIVIDUAL (TOP 10) RUSHING

1950 1962 1963 1991 1996 2006

Wade Stinson Gale Sayers Gale Sayers Tony Sands June Henley Jon Cornish

5th (1,129) 3rd (1,125) 3rd (917) 7th (1,442) 10th (1,349) 7th *(121.42)

RUSH YARDS PER CARRY

(34.1) (61.0) (61.2) (48.3) (90.4) (104.5) (127.5) (145.5) (110.2) (189.5) (303.3) (317.31)

PASSING

1942 1973 2008 2009

Ray Evans David Jaynes Todd Reesing Todd Reesing

PASSING EFFICIENCY

2003 Bill Whittemore COMPLETIONS

2008 Todd Reesing 2009 Todd Reesing

(8.67) (7.4) (39.4) (42.9)

9th 9th 4th

*(154.7) *(25.31) *(26.05)

RECEPTIONS

1942 1985 2008 2009 2009

Otto Schnellbacher 8th (25) Richard Estell 8th (70) Kerry Meier T-6th *(7.46) Kerry Meier 4th *(8.50) Dezmon Briscoe 9th *(7.64)

RECEIVING YARDS

(16.38)

1st (1,117) 4th (2,131) 7th *(299.08) 6th *(301.33)

2008 Dezmon Briscoe 4th 2009 Dezmon Briscoe 5th TOTAL OFFENSE

1942 1967 1983 1985 2008 2009

Ray Evans Bobby Douglass Frank Seurer Mike Norseth Todd Reesing Todd Reesing

*(108.2) *(121.55)

4th (1,410) 10th (1,741) 10th (2,660) 5th (3,214) 8th *(316.31) 4th *(311.25)

*(117.3) *(150.9)

1951 Bud Laughlin 10th 1983 Bruce Kallmeyer 6th

(78) (98)

POINTS RESPONSIBLE FOR

2003 Bill Whittemore

10th

*(17.2)

1958 John Suder 2nd 1983 Bruce Kallmeyer 2nd 1991 Dan Eichloff 2nd

(3) (24) (18)

FIELD GOALS

FIELD GOALS PER GAME

2017 Gabriel Rui

TOTAL TACKLES

2017 Joe Dineen Jr. 2018 Joe Dineen Jr. SOLO TACKLES

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Ben Heeney Fish Smithson Mike Lee Joe Dineen Jr. Joe Dineen Jr.

9th

1942 Ray Evans 2004 Charles Gordon 2006 Aqib Talib

(1.7)

3rd 4th

*(11.4) *(12.3)

2nd 1st 4th 1st 1st

*(7.30) *(7.90) *(6.40) *(7.8) *(9.0) *(1.75) *(1.70) *(2.10)

2008 James Holt 3rd 2014 Michael Reynolds 4th

*(0.46) *(0.42)

FORCED FUMBLES

PASSES DEFENDED

2006 Aqib Talib 1st 2014 JaCorey Shepherd 4th 5th

1994 Ashaundai Smith 6th 1950 1954 1955 1956 1959 1966 1968 1979 1980 1981 1982 1995

Dolph Simons Ted Rohde Ted Rohde Ted Rohde John Hadl Dave Morgan Bill Bell Mike Hubach Bucky Scribner Bucky Scribner Bucky Scribner Darrin Simmons

PUNT RETURNS

1949 1952 1961 1986

Bud French Gil Reich John Hadl Milt Garner

*Per game average

58

Tony Sands vs. Missouri

1991 1991

MOST RUSHING YARDS TWO PLAYERS SAME TEAM (GAME)

476 Tony Sands (396)/Chip Hilleary (80) vs. Missouri 1991 RANK IN TOP 12 IN PUNTING AND FIELD GOALS

Dan Eichloff

1991

(12th/3rd)

INTERCEPTION RETURNS FOR TD BY A LB (GAME)

2

58

Patrick Brown vs. UAB

Tony Sands vs. Missouri

1997 1991

OTHER NCAA RANKINGS RUSHING YARDS (GAME)

4

Tony Sands vs. Missouri, 1991

1,124

Nolan Cromwell, 1975

SACKS (GAME)

5

4.5 Brandon Perkins vs. La.Tech, 2005

LONGEST RUSH

1 1

99 Eric Vann vs. Oklahoma, 1997 99 Gale Sayers vs. Nebraska, 1963

*(2.80) *(1.50)

LONGEST PASS

(2)

LONGEST PUNT

*(26.4)

21

94 John Hadl vs. Oklahoma, 1959 61

Dan Eichloff vs. Ball St., 1992

SOLO TACKLES (SEASON)

11

108

Joe Dineen Jr., 2018

PASSES DEFENDED PER GAME (SEASON)

1

*2.80

Aqib Talib, 2006

PASSES DEFENDED (SEASON)

8

28

Aqib Talib, 2006

TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (GAME)

5 (15.2) (17.2) (11.2) (13.8)

98 Kelly Donahoe to Willie Vaughn vs. Colorado, 1987

LONGEST FIELD GOAL

19 7th (41.2) 2nd (44.7) 3rd (42.3) 6th (41.6) 1st (45.6) 7th (42.4) 7th (41.8) 8th (42.5) 6th (44.1) 12th (43.8) 3rd (45.8) 6th (43.8) 5th 6th 7th 5th

396

RUSHING YARDS BY A QB (SEASON)

3

KICK OFF RETURNS PUNTING

RUSHING ATTEMPTS (GAME)

19 (10) (7) *(0.60)

2016 Daniel Wise

Tony Sands vs. Missouri

INDIVIDUAL

1st 1st 4th

BLOCKED KICKS

RUSHING ATTEMPTS (HALF)

ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS (GAME)

2005 Charlton Keith 9th 2016 Dorance Armstrong Jr. 6th 2017 Joe Dineen Jr. 3rd INTERCEPTIONS

NCAA RECORDS 34

SCORING

TACKLES FOR LOSS

2018 Pooka Williams Jr. . 10th (6.99) (113.9) (125.7) (83.3) (94.77)

1996 June Henley 6th 2018 Pooka Williams Jr. 7th

18

vs. SW Missouri St., 2001

J A Y H A W K

2017 9th

(336.6) (396.8) (442.0) (479.77)

1994 9th 1996 1st 2003 9th 2006 11th 2014 15th

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

C H A L K

TOTAL OFFENSE

(4)

PUNT RETURNS

(40.1) (41.9) (39.0) (38.1) (39.2) (41.5)

R O C K

1939 10th (101.1) 1941 11th (119.6) 1942 12th (115.9) 1949 12th (153.3) 1972 13th (207.9) 1973 10th (194.5) 1983 4th (286.0) 1985 15th (254.7) 2008 8th (305.6) 2009 7th (310.33)

1960 12th 1966 6th 1978 11th 1979 12th 1980 15th 1982 4th

HISTORY

TEAM (TOP 15)


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CONFERENCE LEADERS CONFERENCE STATISTICAL CHAMPIONS - (1937-PRESENT)

(NOTE: Only rushing, passing and total offense/defense available prior to Big 12, 1996-present)

TEAM

RUSHING OFFENSE

1950 311.6 1961 228.6 1968 299.9 1975 317.1 PASSING OFFENSE

1939 101.1 1941 119.6 1942 115.9 1947 121.2 1949 153.3 1952 123.8 1973 194.5 1983 286.0 1985 254.7 TOTAL OFFENSE

1968 442.0 SCORING OFFENSE

2007 42.77 REDZONE OFFENSE

2017 0.938 RUSHING DEFENSE

1947 109.2 1992 125.7 2005 83.2 PASSING DEFENSE

1939 34.1 1945 94.4 1983 159.1 2016 219.8 TOTAL DEFENSE

1947 189.1 1960 187.5 2007 317.31

2018 11 DEFENSIVE TDS

2018 3

PASSING

1941 1942 1948 1952 1956 1958 1972 1973

Clarence Douglass Gale Sayers Gale Sayers John Riggins Nolan Cromwell, QB Tony Sands Jon Cornish James Sims

376 1,125 917 *102.8 *102.1 *131.9 *121.4 *112.6

Ralph Miller Ray Evans Dick Gilman Jerry Robertson Wally Stauch Les Krull David Jaynes David Jaynes

657 1,117 945 868 596 661 *204.8 *193.7

PASSING EFFICIENCY

1981 1985

Frank Seuer Mike Norseth

RECEPTIONS

1937 1942 1943 1945 1946 1947 1952 1958 1973 1981

Max Replogle Otto Schnellbacher Charlie Moffet Norm Pumphrey Otto Schnellbacher Otto Schnellbacher Charlie Hoag Homer Floyd Emmett Edwards Wayne Capers

1945 1947 1967 1973 1985

SCORING

INDIVIDUAL 1937 1962 1963 1970 1975 1991 2006 2012

Richard Estell Quintin Smith

TOTAL OFFENSE

FUMBLES RECOVERED

RUSHING

1985 1989

102.8 124.0 18 25 15 12 16 17 16 15 *4.45 *3.27

1947 1951 1961

Frank Pattee Ray Evans Bobby Douglas David Jaynes Mike Norseth Forrest Griffith Bud Laughlin Curtis McClinton

ALL PURPOSE

2018

TACKLES

2011 2014 2015 2017 2018

Pooka Williams Jr. Steven Johnson Ben Heeney Fish Smithson Joe Dineen Jr. Joe Dineen Jr.

SOLO TACKLES

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Ben Heeney Fish Smithson Mike Lee Joe Dineen Jr. Joe Dineen Jr.

TACKLES FOR LOSS

2000 2005 2016 2017

Chris Johnson Charlton Keith Dorance Armstrong Jr. Joe Dineen Jr.

QUARTERBACK SACKS

1997 2000 2005

Ron Warner Chris Johnson Brandon Perkins

FORCED FUMBLES

2014 2016

Michael Reynolds Dorance Armstrong Jr.

*5.83 *6.36 480 1,018 1,741 *175.7 *267.8 54 78 54 *150.9 120 127 111 137 147 *7.3 *7.9 *6.4 *7.8 *9.0 24 21 20 25 14.5 10.5 9.5 *0.42 *0.25

FORCED FUMBLES

2018 2018

Joe Dineen Jr. Bryce Torneden

INTERCEPTIONS

2004 2006

Charles Gordon Aqib Talib

PASSES DEFENDED

2006 2007 2014

Aqib Talib Aqib Talib JaCorey Shepherd

PASSES BROKEN UP

2004 2014

PUNTING

1937 1938 1939 1944 1954 1955 1959 1960 1965 1966 1967 1968 1979 1980 1981 1982 1991 2014 2018

Charles Gordon JaCorey Shepherd Max Replogle Jack Blanke Frank Bukaty Leroy Robinson Ted Rohde Ted Rohde John Hadl John Hadl Bill Lynch Dave Morgan Bob Coble Bob Coble Mike Hubach Bucky Scribner Bucky Scribner Bucky Scribner Dan Eichloff Trevor Pardula Kyle Thompson

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE

1996

Eric Vann

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

2017 Gabriel Rui * Per game averages

2 2 *0.64 *0.60 *2.80 *1.38 *1.50 15 15 37.5 42.6 40.3 36.0 43.8 42.3 45.6 40.5 41.5 42.4 42.7 42.4 42.5 44.1 43.8 45.8 42.3 44.3 43.3 25.1 85.0

SCORING DEFENSE

2007 16.38 TACKLES-FOR-LOSS

2017 7.4 3RD DOWN CONVERSION DEFENSE

2016 .356 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

1996 19.5 2006 13.5 TURNOVER MARGIN

1996 1.00 2007 1.62 2018 1.33 TURNOVERS GAINED

2018 27 TURNOVERS LOST

2018 4 INTERCEPTIONS

2018 16 PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED

2018 3

JACOREY SHEPHERD


159

NFL JAYHAWKS Banks, Chris

1929-30 1973-76 1968-69

Bernhardt, Roger

1971-72

Black, Charlie Blevins, Tony

1921-23 1993-94, 1996-97

Brew, Dorian

1992-95

Briscoe, Dezmon

2007-09

Brown, Gilbert Brown, Larry Bukaty, Fred Butler, Mike Byrd, Isaac

1989-92 1968-70 1958-60 1973-76 1995-96

Campfield, Billy

1974-77

Capers, Wayne

1979-82

Coan, Bert

1961

Collins, Anthony 2005-07 Colter, Jeff 1981-83 1969-71

Criswell, Kirby Cromwell, Nolan Davis, Dick Davis, Don

1977-79 1973-76 1959-61 1991-94

Davison, Andrew

1998-2001

Dercher, Dan Detwiler, John Dineen Jr., Joe Dinkel, Tom Douglass, Bobby

1996-98 1912-14 2014-18 1974-77 1966-68

Dwyer, Nate Edwards, Emmett

1997-2001 1972-74

Estell, Richard Ettinger, Don Evans, Ray R. Fairchild, Paul Fine, Derek Fiss, Galen Gay, Matt Golub, Chris Goode, Don

1982-85 1941, 1946-47 1941-42, 1946-47 1981-83 2003-07 1950-52 1989-92 1974-76 1971-73

Gordon, Charles Griffith, Forrest Hadl, John

2003-05 1946-49 1959-61

Hageman, Fred Hantla, Bob Harris Jr., Chris Hartwig, Justin

1959-60 1951-53 2007-10 1997-2001

Harvey, George NAME Harwell, Nick

1964, 66 AT KU 2013-14

2013-14 2015 2015-16 2017 2017-18 1995-97 1998 2008 1986 1987 1980-81 1980-89 1974 1971-74 1975-79 1980-81 2018 1984-86 1966-69 2012-14 2015 2016 2017 2004-07 2008 1985 1987 1996-2000 2001 2002-03 2006 1952-55 1977-78 1979-82 1934 1995-2002 2003 1955 1971-72 1973-75 1975 1976-77 1976-79 1979-80 1993-95 1978-81 1982 1994 1994-95 1997 1995-98 1999-2003 1962-67 1954-62 2001 2002 2003-04 2015-18 2013 2014-16 2017-Present 2005-08 1934-36 1936-40 1941-42 2010-12 1942-43 1975 1971 1972 1973 1953 1987 1936 1935 1936-40 2001-02 2002-05 2006-07, 2009-11 2008 1987-88 1992 2013 2014 2014-15 1987 1988

J A Y H A W K

Conley, Steve

Hawkinson, Tanner 2009-12 Cincinnati Bengals (OL) Philadelphia Eagles (OL) Heeney, Ben 2011-14 Oakland Raiders (LB) New Orleans Saints Houston Texans Hempstead, Hessley 1990-94 Detroit Lions (OG) Henley, June 1993-95 St. Louis Rams (RB) Henry, Marcus 2004-07 New York Jets (WR) Holloway, Johnny 1985 Dallas Cowboys (DB) St. Louis Cardinals Hubach, Mike 1976-79 New England Patriots (PK) Irvin, LeRoy 1976-79 Los Angeles Rams (DB) Jaynes, David 1971-73 Kansas City Chiefs (QB) Jessie, Ron 1969-70 Detroit Lions (WR) Los Angeles Rams Buffalo Bills Johnson, Ben 2014-17 Los Angeles Chargers (TE) Johnson, Bobby 1981-83 New York Giants (WR) Johnson, Mike 1963-65 Dallas Cowboys (RB) Johnson, Steven 2008-11 Denver Broncos (LB) Tennessee Titans Pittsburg Steelers Baltimore Ravens Jones, Adrian 2000-03 New York Jets (OT) Kansas City Chiefs (OT) Jones, E.J. 1981-83 Kansas City Chiefs (RB) Dallas Cowboys Jones, Rod 1992-95 Cincinnati Bengals (OT) St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins Keith, Charlton 2004-05 Cleveland Browns (DL) Kennard, George 1949-51 New York Giants (G) Knoff, Kurt 1972-75 Houston Oilers (DB) Minnesota Vikings Kvaternick, Zvonmir 1931-33 Pittsburgh Steelers (RB) Lassiter, Kwamie 1992-94 Arizona Cardinals (DB) San Diego Chargers Laughlin, Henry 1950-51, 1954 San Francisco 49ers (B) Lawson, Steve 1968-70 Cincinnati Bengals (G) Minnesota Vikings Lemon, Mike 1973-74 New Orleans Saints (LB) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Lewis, Eddie 1973-75 San Francisco 49ers (DB) Detroit Lions Loneker, Keith 1989-92 St. Louis Rams (OT) Mason, Lindsay 1975-77 Los Angeles Raiders (T) San Francisco 49ers Maumalanga, Chris 1990-93 New York Giants (DT) Arizona Cardinals St. Louis Rams McBurrows, Gerald 1991-94 St. Louis Rams (DB) Atlanta Falcons McClinton, Curtis 1959-61 Kansas City Chiefs (RB) McCormack, Mike 1948-50 Cleveland Browns (T) McDermott, Sean 1995-99 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LS) Houston Texans New England Patriots McDonald, Dexter 2011, 2013-14 Oakland Raiders (S) McDouglad, Bradley 2009-12 Kansas City Chiefs (S) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (S) Seattle Seahawks (S) McMillan, David 2001-04 Cleveland Browns (LB) Mehringer, Pete 1931-33 St. Louis Browns (T) Los Angeles Bulldogs Hollywood Bears Meier, Kerry 2006-09 Atlanta Falcons (WR) Merkel, Monte 1938-41 Chicago Bears (G) Miller, Robert L. 1972-74 Minnesota Vikings (RB) Mosier, John E. 1967-69 Denver Broncos (TE) Baltimore Colts New England Patriots Mrkonic, George 1950-52 Philadelphia Eagles (T) Nave, Stevan 1982-83, 1985-86 Cleveland Browns (LB) Nesmith, Dean 1933-35 New York Yankees (G) Nesmith, Ole 1932-34 Brooklyn Dodgers (FB) New York Yankees Norris, Moran 1996-2000 New Orleans Saints (RB) Houston Texans San Francisco 49ers Detroit Lions Norseth, Mike 1984-85 Cincinnati Bengals (QB) New York Jets Opurum, Toben 2009-12 Kansas City Chiefs (FB) Houston Texans (FB) New Orleans Saints (FB) Oswald, Paul 1983-86 Pittsburgh Steelers (C) Atlanta Falcons (G)

C H A L K

Bausch, Jim Beeson, Terry Bell, Bill S.

YEARS 1951-52 2018-Present 1970-74 1975 1976-78 1998-99 2000-01 1934-36 1937-40 1940-41 1934-36 1977-81 1971-72 1973 1974 1975 1925 1998 1999-2000 1996-97 1997 2010-11 2012-13 1993-99, 2001-03 1971-84 1961 1977-82, 1985 1997-99 2000-02 1978-82 1983 1983-84 1985-86 1962 1963-68 2008-13 2014 1984 1987 1972 1973 1980-81 1977-87 1962 1996-98 1998-2000 2001-02 2003-06 2002, 2004 2003 1999-2000 1923-24 2019-Present 1978-83, 1985 1969-75 1975 1976-77 1978 2001-02 1975 1976 1987 1948-50 1948 1984-90 2008 1956-66 1994 1977 1974-79 1980-81 2006-08 1950-51 1962-72 1973-74 1974-75 1976-77 1961-64 1954-55 2011-Present 2002-05 2006-07 2008 1967 YEARS 2015

R O C K

Bausch, Frank

1992-94 1929-31

TEAM (POSITION) New York Giants (B) Dallas Cowboys (DE) Baltimore Colts (DT) New York Jets Atlanta Falcons Denver Broncos (OG) Atlanta Falcons Boston Redskins (C) Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Cardinals (B) Seattle Seahawks (LB) Atlanta Falcons (PK) New England Patriots New York Jets (G) Kansas City Chiefs Duluth Kelleys (E) San Francisco 49ers (DB) Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens (DB) San Diego Chargers Tampa Bay Buccaneers (WR) Washington Redskins Green Bay Packers (DT) Pittsburgh Steelers (E/T) Denver Broncos (FB) Green Bay Packers (DT) Tennessee Titans (WR) Carolina Panthers Philadelphia Eagles (RB) New York Giants Pittsburgh Steelers (WR) Indianapolis Colts San Diego Chargers (RB) Kansas City Chiefs Cincinnati Bengals (OT) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (OT) Minnesota Vikings (DB) Kansas City Chiefs Cincinnati Bengals (RB) St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals (DE) Los Angeles Rams (DB) Kansas City Chiefs (DE) New Orleans Saints (LB) Tampa Bay Buccaneers St. Louis Rams New England Patriots New York Jets (DB) Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers (OT) Hammond Pros (HB/QB) Denver Broncos (LB) Cincinnati Bengals (LB) Chicago Bears (QB) San Diego Chargers New Orleans Saints Green Bay Packers Arizona Cardinals (DT) Houston Oilers (WR) Buffalo Bills Kansas City Chiefs (WR) New York Giants (G) Pittsburgh Steelers (RB) New England Patriots (G) Buffalo Bills (TE) Cleveland Browns (LB) Kansas City Chiefs (S) Kansas City Chiefs (DB) San Diego Chargers (LB) Cleveland Browns Minnesota Vikings (WR) New York Giants (RB) San Diego Chargers (QB) Los Angeles Rams Green Bay Packers Houston Oilers Washington Redskins (C) San Francisco 49ers (G) Denver Broncos (CB) Tennessee Titans (C/G) Carolina Panthers (G) Pittsburgh Steelers (C) New Orleans Saints (G) TEAM (POSITION) Tennessee Titans (WR)

HISTORY

NAME AT KU Amberg, John 1948-50 Armstrong Jr., Dorance 2015-17 Bailey, Jim 1968-69


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AT KU 1970-72 1981-83

Pierce, Don

1939-40

Rideau, Brandon

2001-04

Riggins, John

1968-70

Rivera, Mike 2005-08 Roberts, Gene 1942 Sayers, Gale 1962-64 Schaake, Elmer 1929-31 Schick, Doyle 1958-60 Schnellbacher, Otto 1942, 1946-47 Schweda, Brian 1962-64 Scott, Arthur (Dave) 1973-75 Scribner, Bucky 1980-82 Seurer, Frank 1980-83 Shepherd, JaCorey 2011-14 Short, Kevin 2013 Sims Jr., Steven 2015-18 Smith, Greg 1977-78, Smith, Hugh 1960 Smith, Laverne 1973-76 Smith, Quintin 1986-89 Smith, Reggie 1981-83 Smithson, Fish 2014-16 Spencer, Oliver 1950-52 Stapelton, George Stokes, Sims Stubblefield, Dana

1935-37 1964 1990-92

Stuckey, Darrell Sutton, Mitch Sydney, Harry

2006-09 1972-73 1978-80

Talib, Aqib

2005-07

Taylor, Shakial 2017-18 Taylor, Steve 1973-75 Terry, Doug 1989-91 Thompson, Broderick 1981-82

Tomlinson, Dick Towle, Steve Ulrich, Hubert Vanoy, Vernon

1947-49 1972-74 1939-41 1967-68

Verser, David

1977-80

Wagoner, Danny

1978, 1980-81

Walton, Alvin Ward, Ronnie Warner, Ron

1984 1992-94, 1996 1996-97

Wattlet, Frank

1978-80

Wellman, Mike Whittaker, Scott Whitten, Bobby Williams, Delvin

1976-77 1993-96 1978-80 1971-73

Wirtel, John Wise, Daniel Wright, Sylvester Zook, John

2013-18 2015-18 1991-94 1966-68

TEAM (POSITION) Kansas City Chiefs (G) New York Giants (DB) San Diego Chargers Los Angeles Raiders Dallas Cowboys Brooklyn Dodgers (C) St. Louis Cardinals Cleveland Browns (WR) Chicago Bears New York Jets (RB) Washington Redskins New England Patriots New York Giants (B) Chicago Bears (RB) Portsmouth Spartans (B) Washington Redskins (LB) New York Giants (B) Chicago Bears (DE) Atlanta Falcons (T) Green Bay Packers (P) Kansas City Chiefs (QB) Philadelphia Eagles (CB) San Francisco 49ers (CB/KR) New York Jets (S) Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins (WR) Minnesota Vikings (DL) Denver Broncos (E) Washington Redskins Pittsburgh Steelers (RB) Chicago Bears (WR) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (OL) Washington Redskins (S) Los Angeles Chargers (s) Detroit Lions (T) Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders Phoenix Bulldogs (G) Dallas Cowboys (WR) San Francisco 49ers (DT) Washington Redskins Oakland Raiders Los Angeles Chargers (S) Philadelphia Eagles (DT) San Francisco 49ers (RB) Green Bay Packers Tampa Bay Bucs (CB) New England Patriots Denver Broncos Los Angeles Rams Indianapolis Colts (CB) Kansas City Chiefs (S) Kansas City Chiefs (S) Dallas Cowboys (OT) San Diego Chargers Philadelphia Eagles Denver Broncos Pittsburgh Steelers (G) Miami Dolphins (LB) Miami Seahawks (E) New York Giants (DT) Green Bay Packers Houston Oilers Cincinnati Bengals (WR) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Detroit Lions (DB) Atlanta Falcons Washington Redskins (DB) Miami Dolphins (LB) New Orleans Saints (LB) Tampa Bay Buccaneers New Orleans Saints (DB) Los Angeles Rams Green Bay Packers (C) Oakland Raiders (OG) Cincinnati Bengals (T) San Francisco 49ers (RB) Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers Chicago Bears (LS) Dallas Cowboys (DE) Philadelphia Eagles (LB) Atlanta Falcons (DT) St. Louis Cardinals (DE)

YEARS 1975 1984-87 1987-89 1990-93 1993 1942 1943 2005 2006-08 1971-75 1976-79, 1981-85 2012 1947-50 1965-71 1932 1961 1950-51 1966 1976-82 1983-84 1986-87 2015-16 2016 2015-16 2016 2019-Present 1980-81, 1984 1962 1962 1977 1990 1987 2017-18 2018 1953, 1956, 1959-61 1957-58 1963 1938 1967 1993-97, 2001-02 1998-2000 2003 2010-16 1974-75 1987-91 1992 2008-11 2012-13 2014-17 2018-Present 2019-Present 1976 1992-95 1985 1987-92 1993-94 1995-96 1950-51 1975-80 1946 1971 1972 1973 1981-84 1985 1982-84 1985 1986-91 1997 1998 2002-03 1981-87 1987 1979-80 1997 1981 1974-77 1978-80 1981 2019-Present 2019-Present 1995-96 1969-75 1976-80

BOBBY DOUGLASS

JAYHAWKS IN THE SUPER BOWL PLAYER TEAM GAMES Jim Bailey Indianapolis V* Chris Banks Denver XXXIII* Gilbert Brown Green Bay XXXI*, XXXII Larry Brown Pittsburgh IX*, X*, XIII*, XIV* Isaac Byrd Tennessee XXXIV Billy Campfield Philadelphia XV Bert Coan Kansas City I Nolan Cromwell Los Angeles XIV Don Davis St. Louis XXXVI New England XXXVIII*, XXXIX* Tom Dinkel Cincinnati XVI Paul Fairchild New England XX Chris Harris Jr. Denver XLVIII, 50* Justin Hartwig Pittsburgh XLIII* Ron Jessie Los Angeles XIV Bobby Johnson New York Giants XXI* Steven Johnson Denver XLVIII Rod Jones St. Louis XXXVI Steve Lawson Minnesota VIII, IX Lindsey Mason Oakland XV* Curtis McClinton Kansas City I, IV* Sean McDermott New England XXXVIII* Robert Miller Minnesota XII Mike Norseth Cincinnati XXIII Elvis Patterson New York Giants XXI* Dallas XXVIII* John Riggins Washington XVII*, XVIII Dana Stubblefield San Francisco XXIX* Harry Sydney San Francisco XXIII*, XXIV* Aqib Talib Denver 50* Los Angeles Rams LIII David Verser Cincinnati XVI Alvin Walton Washington XXII*, XXVI* Ron Warner Tampa Bay XXXVII* Bobby Whitten Cincinnati XVI * - Indicates Super Bowl Champion

JAYHAWKS IN THE PRO BOWL

PLAYER TEAM YEARS Frank Bausch Chicago 1940 Larry Brown Pittsburgh 1983 Nolan Cromwell Los Angeles 1981-82-83-84 Galen Fiss Cleveland 1963-64 John Hadl San Diego 1965-66-69-70-73 Los Angeles 1974 Chris Harris Jr. Denver 2014-15-16-18 LeRoy Irvin Los Angeles 1986-87 Ron Jessie Los Angeles 1977 Curtis McClinton Dallas Texans 1963 Kansas City 1967-68 Mike McCormack New York Yankees 1952 Cleveland 1957-58-61-62-63 Pete Mehringer Los Angeles Bulldogs 1939 John Riggins New York Jets 1976 Gale Sayers Chicago 1966-67-68-70 Dana Stubblefield San Francisco 1995-96-98 Darrell Stuckey San Diego 2014 Aqib Talib Denver 2013-14-15-16-17 Delvin Williams San Francisco 1977 Miami 1979 John Zook Atlanta 1974


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1955 1956 1957

1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Bert Coan (HB) Elvin Baenam (G) Roger McFarland (HB) 1963 1965

1966

Marv Clothier (G) Gale Sayers (RB) Mike Shinn (E) Brian Schweda (T) Ron Oelschlager (HB) Willie Ray Smith (DB) Mike Johnson (HB)

YEAR PLAYER (POS) 1979 Mike Wellman (C) 1980 Kirby Criswell (LB) LeRoy Irvin (DB) Jim Zidd (LB) Mike Hubach (P) 1981 David Verser (WR) Lester Mickens (WR) 1982 Greg Smith (DT) Danny Wagoner (DB) 1983 Wayne Capers (WR) Bucky Scribner (P) 1984 Paul Fairchild (G) Bruce Kallmeyer (K) Renwick Atkins (T) 1986 Alvin Walton (DB) Lynn Williams (RB) Mike Norseth (QB) Johnny Holloway (WR) 1987 Paul Oswald (C) 1991 Curtis Moore (LB) 1992 Chris Perez (OT) 1993 Dana Stubblefield (DT) Gilbert Brown (DT) 1994 Chris Maumalanga (DT) 1995 Gerald McBurrows (DB) Hessley Hempstead (OG) 1996 Dorian Brew (DB) Chris Banks (OG) Rod Jones (OT) L.T. Levine (RB) 1997 Ronnie Ward (LB) June Henley (RB) Isaac Byrd (WR) 1998 Ron Warner (LB) 2001 Moran Norris (RB) 2002 Nate Dwyer (DT) Justin Hartwig (OT) 2004 Adrian Jones (OT) 2005 David McMillan (DE) 2008 Aqib Talib (CB) Anthony Collins (OT) Derek Fine (TE) Marcus Henry (WR) 2010 Darrell Stuckey (S) Kerry Meier (WR) Dezmon Briscoe (WR) 2012 Tanner Hawkinson (OL) 2015 Ben Heeney (LB) JaCorey Shepherd (CB) Dexter McDonald (CB) 2018 Dorance Armstrong Jr. (DE)

RD/PICK 3/81 2/31 3/70 5/123 11/293 1/10 11/277 7/184 9/231 2/52 11/299 5/124 7/184 7/187 3/75 6/160 7/174 7/185 11/289 10/267 5/124 1/26 3/79 4/128 7/214 7/228 3/79 7/226 7/219 7/235 3/93 5/163 6/195 7/239 4/115 4/113 6/187 4/132 5/139 1/20 4/112 4/132 6/174 4/110 5/165 6/191 5/156 5/140 6/191 7/242 4/116

TEAM Rams Bengals Rams Jets Patriots Bengals Saints Chiefs Lions Steelers Packers Patriots Patriots Lions Redskins Rams Browns Cowboys Steelers Oilers Dolphins 49ers Vikings Giants Rams Lions Dolphins Broncos Bengals Broncos Dolphins Chiefs Chiefs Saints Saints Cardinals Titans Jets Browns Buccaneers Bengals Bills Jets Chargers Falcons Bengals Bengals Raiders Eagles Raiders Cowboys

MORAN NORRIS

J A Y H A W K

1954

RD/PICK TEAM 6/134 Saints 17/444 Packers 15 Raiders (AFL) 10/266 Cowboys 2/41 Bears 3/60 Giants 4/99 Rams 5/117 Saints 12/341 Falcons 16/409 Cardinals 1/6 Jets 2/41 Bengals 5/106 Steelers 8/206 Cowboys 5/120 Rams 7/158 Bengals 14/340 Bills 15/380 Lions 15/381 Rams 3/76 Steelers 4/83 Colts 9/233 Redskins 15/379 Bills 1/15 Browns 2/49 49ers 3/63 Eagles 3/66 Chiefs 16/409 Raiders 2/40 Oilers 4/103 Vikings 5/129 Vikings 6/143 Dolphins 6/149 Saints 2/43 Broncos 2/57 49ers 3/71 Falcons 6/165 Chiefs 9/241 Bills 1/9 Packers 2/31 Rams 2/41 Seahawks 4/99 Steelers 5/119 Eagles 7/177 Chiefs 8/215 Chiefs 3/82 Raiders 5/126 Bengals 5/130 Eagles 11/288 Eagles

C H A L K

1952

Dick Monroe (C) Dick Bertuzzi (B) Forrest Griffith (B) Bud French (B) Dick Tomlinson (G) Ed Lee (T) Mike McCormack (T) Wade Stinson (B) S.P. Garnett (T) Bob Brandenberry (B) Bud Laughlin (B) Gil Reich (B) George Mrkonic (G) Ollie Spencer (T) Galen Fiss (B) Merlin Gish (C) Charlie Hoag (B) Bob Hantla (G) Harold Patterson (B) Morris Kay (E) Joe Lundy (G) John Anderson (E) Ralph Moody (B) Bev Butler (B) Bob Kraus (G) Don Feller (B) Ed Pretock (T) Tom Horner (T) Chet Van Alta (T) Ted Rohde (B) Frank Gibson (T) Ron Clairborne (T) Larry Carmer (B) John Peppercorn (E) Homer Floyd (B) Fred Hagerman (C) Curtis McClinton (HB) Doyle Schick (B) John Hadl (QB)

YEAR PLAYER (POS) 1967 George Harvey (G) Jeff Elias (TE) Steve Renko (FB) 1968 Bert Olson (WR) 1969 Bobby Douglass (QB) Vernon Vanoy (DE) John Zook (DE) Keith Christensen (T) Billy Hunt (DB) Junior Riggins (RB) 1971 John Riggins (RB) Steve Lawson (G) Larry Brown (TE) Ron Jessie (WR) 1972 Bob Childs (G) Steve Conley (RB) Karl Salb (DT) Steve Roach (LB) Kenny Page (LB) 1973 Roger Bernhardt (G) Gary Palmer (T) Eddie Shears (LB) Vince O’Neal (RB) 1974 Don Goode (LB) Delvin Williams (RB) Mitch Sutton (DT) David Jaynes (QB) Delano Robinson (WR) 1975 Emmett Edwards (WR) Bruce Adams (WR) Robert Miller (RB) Steve Towle (LB) Mike Lemon (LB) 1976 Kurt Knoff (DB) Eddie Lewis (DB) Dave Scott (T) Steve Taylor (DB) Jeff Turner (LB) 1977 Mike Butler (DE) Nolan Cromwell (DB) Terry Beeson (LB) Laverne Smith (RB) Skip Sharp (DB) Chris Golub (DB) Waddell Smith (WR) 1978 Lindsay Martin (T) Tom Dinkel (LB) Norris Banks (RB) Bill Campfieldd (RB)

R O C K

1950

Dick Monroe (C) Frank Pattee (B)

RD TEAM 9 Lions 18 Steelers 19 Brooklyn 14 Eagles 9 Browns 16 Brooklyn 1 Bears 9 Patriots 26 Cardinals 30 Lions 23 Cardinals 29 Packers 3 Yankees (AAFC) 11 Colts (AAFC) 19 Giants 20 Cardinals 6 Colts (AAFC) 23 Redskins 16 Hornets (AAFC) 22 Bears 5 Giants 21 Bulldogs 21 Steelers 27 Redskins 3 Yankees 5 Packers 29 49ers 20 Browns 25 49ers 2 Packers 4 Eagles 6 Lions 13 Browns 22 Colts 26 Browns 5 49ers 14 Eagles 18 49ers 26 Browns 21 Eagles 13 49ers 26 Giants 11 Cardinals 14 Browns 16 Colts 20 Cardinals 22 Colts 26 Cardinals 30 Cardinals 12 Rams 18 Lions 14 Steelers 26 Browns 8 Giants (NFL) 14 Texans (AFL) 14 Redskins (NFL) 3 Chargers (AFL) 1 Lions (NFL) 14 Chargers (AFL) 7 Redskins (NFL) 23 Raiders (AFL) 27 Oilers (AFL) 20 49ers (NFL) 7 Cowboys 1 Chiefs (AFL) 1 Bears (NFL) 8 Packers 16 Broncos (AFL) 11 Bears (NFL) 19 Broncos (AFL) 11 Chiefs (AFL) 14 Raiders (AFL)

HISTORY

YEAR PLAYER (POS) 1938 Clarence Douglass (B) 1939 Dave Shirk (E) Ferrel Anderson (G) 1940 Bill Bunson (B) 1942 Hubert Ulrich (E) Ralph Miller (B) 1944 Ray Evans (B) Gene Long (G) Warren Hodges (T) George Dick (E) 1947 Otto Schnellbacher (E) Bill Hogan (B) 1948 Otto Schnellbacher (E) Don Ettinger (T)


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KU VS. AP RANKED OPPONENTS DATE Nov. 7, 1936 Nov. 6, 1937 Oct. 21, 1939 Nov. 25, 1939 Nov. 22, 1941 Nov. 24, 1945 Nov. 9, 1946 Jan. 1, 1948 Nov. 20, 1948 Nov. 11, 1950 Oct. 18, 1952 Sept. 25, 1953 Sept. 25, 1954 Oct. 16, 1954 Nov. 6, 1954 Oct. 15, 1955 Oct. 20, 1956 Sept. 28, 1957 Oct. 19, 1957 Sept. 20, 1958 Oct. 18, 1958 Sept. 19, 1959 Oct. 24, 1959 Oct. 1, 1960 Oct. 29, 1960 Nov. 19, 1960 Oct. 19, 1963 Nov. 7, 1964 Nov. 5, 1966 Nov. 12, 1966 Oct. 14, 1967 Nov. 18, 1967 Oct. 12, 1968 Nov. 23, 1968 Jan. 1, 1969

RK 8 6 3 10 18 16 16 13 8 3 6 4 8 1 20 3 1 9 2 8 11 7 18 2 1 1 6 6 6 16 8 7 9 13 3

Nov. 22, 1969 Oct. 17, 1970 Oct. 16, 1971 Nov. 6, 1971 Nov. 13, 1971 Sept. 30, 1972 Oct. 21, 1972 Oct. 28, 1972 Nov. 11, 1972 Nov. 18, 1972 Oct. 6, 1973 Oct. 20, 1973 Nov. 17, 1973 Nov. 24, 1973 Dec. 17, 1973

7 5 1 13 2 16 5 15 16 4 9 11 3 19 16

Sept. 21, 1974 Oct. 5, 1974 Oct. 19, 1974 Nov. 16, 1974 Oct. 11, 1975 Nov. 8, 1975 Nov. 15, 1975 Nov. 22, 1975 Oct. 16, 1976 Oct. 30, 1976 Nov. 13, 1976 Nov. 20, 1976 Sept. 10, 1977 Sept. 17, 1977 Sept. 24, 1977 Oct. 1, 1977 Oct. 15, 1977 Nov. 12, 1977 Sept. 9, 1978 Sept. 16, 1978 Sept 23, 1978 Oct. 7, 1978 Oct. 14, 1978 Nov. 4, 1978

17 5 12 1 4 12 10 18 6 9 19 19 9 14 15 1 3 12 13 18 8 13 1 4

OPPONENT RESULT SCORE NEBRASKA L 0-26 NEBRASKA T 13-13 at Oklahoma L 27-7 MISSOURI L 0-20 MISSOURI L 6-45 MISSOURI L 12-33 OKLAHOMA W 16-13 GEORGIA TECH L 14-20 OKLAHOMA L 7-60 OKLAHOMA L 13-33 OKLAHOMA L 20-42 at UCLA L 7-19 UCLA L 7-32 OKLAHOMA L 0-65 NEBRASKA L 20-41 at Oklahoma L 6-44 OKLAHOMA L 12-34 OREGON STATE L 6-34 at Oklahoma L 0-47 TCU L 0-42 OKLAHOMA L 0-43 at TCU L 7-14 at Oklahoma L 6-7 SYRACUSE L 7-14 at Iowa L 7-21 at Missouri W 23-7 at Oklahoma L 18-21 at Nebraska L 7-14 NEBRASKA L 13-24 COLORADO L 18-35 NEBRASKA W 10-0 at Oklahoma L 10-14 at Nebraska W 23-13 MISSOURI W 21-19 vs. Penn State L 14-15 (Orange Bowl) MISSOURI L 21-69 NEBRASKA L 20-41 at Nebraska L 0-55 COLORADO L 14-35 at Oklahoma L 10-56 FLORIDA STATE L 22-44 NEBRASKA L 0-56 IOWA STATE L 8-34 at Colorado L 8-33 OKLAHOMA L 7-31 at Tennessee L 27-28 at Nebraska L 9-10 at Oklahoma L 20-48 MISSOURI W 14-13 vs. NC State L 18-31 (Liberty Bowl) at Tennessee L 3-17 TEXAS A&M W 28-10 NEBRASKA L 0-56 OKLAHOMA L 14-45 at Nebraska L 0-16 at Oklahoma W 23-3 COLORADO L 21-24 MISSOURI W 42-24 OKLAHOMA L 10-28 NEBRASKA L 3-31 at Colorado L 17-40 at Missouri W 41-14 at Texas A&M L 14-28 at UCLA L 7-17 WASH. ST. W 14-12 at Oklahoma L 9-42 COLORADO T 17-17 at Nebraska L 7-52 TEXAS A&M L 10-37 at Washington L 2-31 UCLA W 28-24 at Colorado L 7-17 OKLAHOMA L 16-17 NEBRASKA L 21-63

DATE Sept. 15, 1979 Sept. 22, 1979 Oct. 13, 1979 Nov. 10, 1979 Sept. 20, 1980 Oct. 11, 1980 Oct. 18, 1980 Nov. 8, 1980 Oct. 31, 1981 Oct. 30, 1982 Sept. 24, 1983 Oct. 29, 1983 Nov. 12, 1983 Nov. 19, 1983 Sept. 15, 1984 Oct. 20, 1984 Oct. 27, 1984 Nov. 10, 1984 Sept. 28, 1985 Oct. 26, 1985 Nov. 2, 1985 Nov. 16, 1985 Nov. 1, 1986 Nov. 15, 1986 Sept. 12, 1987 Oct. 10, 1987 Oct. 31, 1987 Sept. 17, 1988 Oct. 8, 1988 Oct. 29, 1988 Nov. 12, 1988 Sept. 30, 1989 Oct. 21, 1989 Nov. 11, 1989 Sept. 1, 1990 Sept. 29, 1990 Oct. 13, 1990 Oct. 20, 1990 Nov. 10, 1990 Oct. 26, 1991 Nov. 9, 1991 Nov. 16, 1991 Nov. 9, 1992 Nov. 16, 1992 Dec. 25, 1992 Aug. 28, 1993 Oct. 23, 1993 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 6, 1994 Nov. 5, 1994 Nov. 12, 1994 Oct. 7, 1995 Oct. 21, 1995 Oct. 28, 1995 Nov. 11, 1995 Dec. 25, 1995 Oct. 19, 1996 Oct. 26, 1996 Nov. 9, 1996 Oct. 25, 1997 Nov. 8, 1997 Sept. 25, 1998 Oct. 3, 1998 Oct. 17, 1998 Oct. 24, 1998 Oct. 31, 1998 Oct. 16, 1999 Oct. 30, 1999 Sept. 30, 2000 Oct. 7, 2000 Nov. 4, 2000 Nov. 11, 2000

RK OPPONENT RESULT SCORE DATE RK OPPONENT RESULT SCORE 16 at Pittsburgh L 0-24 Sept. 8, 2001 14 UCLA L 17-41 11 at Michigan L 7-28 Oct. 13, 2001 3 OKLAHOMA L 10-38 5 at Nebraska L 0-42 Nov. 3, 2001 2 NEBRASKA L 7-51 6 at Oklahoma L 0-38 Nov. 10, 2001 5 at Texas L 0-59 5 PITTSBURGH L 3-18 Nov. 2, 2002 14 KANSAS STATE L 0-64 10 NEBRASKA L 0-54 Sept. 27, 2003 23 MISSOURI W 35-14 19 IOWA STATE W 28-17 Nov. 8, 2003 19 NEBRASKA L 3-34 11 OKLAHOMA L 19-21 Oct. 23, 2004 2 at Oklahoma L 10-41 12 at Nebraska L 15-31 Nov. 13, 2004 6 TEXAS L 23-27 6 NEBRASKA L 0-52 Oct.1, 2005 13 at Texas Tech L 17-30 10 at USC W 26-20 Nov. 12, 2005 2 at Texas L 14-66 14 at Oklahoma L 14-45 Nov. 26, 2005 25 IOWA STATE (OT) W 24-21 1 at Nebraska L 13-67 Sept. 30, 2006 21 at Nebraska (OT) L 32-39 19 MISSOURI W 37-27 Oct. 6, 2007 24 at Kansas State W 30-24 18 FLORIDA STATE L 16-42 Nov. 24, 2007 4 vs. Missouri (K.C.) L 28-36 12 at Okla. State L 10-47 Jan. 3, 2008 5 vs. Virginia Tech W 24-21 2 OKLAHOMA W 28-11 (Orange Bowl) 2 NEBRASKA L 7-41 Sept. 12, 2008 19 at South Florida L 34-37 4 at Fla. State L 20-24 Oct. 18, 2008 4 at Oklahoma L 31-45 12 OKLA. STATE L 10-17 Oct. 25, 2008 8 TEXAS TECH L 21-63 9 at Oklahoma L 6-48 Nov. 15, 2008 4 TEXAS L 7-35 2 at Nebraska L 6-56 Nov. 29, 2008 12 vs. Missouri (K.C.) W 40-37 4 OKLAHOMA L 3-64 Oct. 24, 2009 25 OKLAHOMA L 13-35 6 NEBRASKA L 0-70 Nov. 21, 2009 3 at Texas L 20-51 4 at Auburn L 0-49 Sept. 11, 2010 15 GEORGIA TECH W 28-25 2 at Nebraska L 2-54 Nov. 13, 2010 9 at Nebraska L 3-20 1 OKLAHOMA L 10-71 Nov. 20, 2010 12 OKLA. STATE L 14-48 6 at Auburn L 7-56 Nov. 27, 2010 15 vs. Missouri (K.C.) L 7-35 9 NEBRASKA L 10-63 Oct.8, 2011 6 at Oklahoma State L 28-70 8 at Oklahoma L 14-63 Oct. 15, 2011 3 OKLAHOMA L 17-47 14 at Okla. State L 24-63 Oct. 22, 2011 12 KANSAS STATE L 21-59 16 OKLAHOMA L 6-45 Sept. 15, 2012 16 TCU L 6-20 3 at Colorado L 17-49 Oct. 6, 2012 7 at Kansas State L 16-56 6 at Nebraska L 14-51 Oct. 20, 2012 10 at Oklahoma L 7-52 15 VIRGINIA L 10-59 Nov. 10, 2012 25 at Texas Tech (2OT) L 34-41 9 at Oklahoma L 17-31 Oct. 5, 2013 20 TEXAS TECH L 16-54 3 at Miami L 0-34 Oct. 19, 2013 18 OKLAHOMA L 34-19 14 COLORADO L 10-41 Oct. 26, 2013 6 BAYLOR L 14-59 13 NEBRASKA L 9-41 Nov. 9, 2013 15 at Oklahoma State L 6-42 21 at Oklahoma L 3-41 Oct. 11, 2014 16 OKLAHOMA STATE L 20-27 11 NEBRASKA L 23-59 Nov. 1, 2014 12 at Baylor L 14-60 16 COLORADO L 24-30 Nov. 15, 2014 5 TCU L 30-34 7 at Nebraska L 7-49 Nov. 22, 2014 23 at Oklahoma L 7-44 18 COLORADO L 18-25 Nov. 29, 2014 11 at Kansas State L 13-51 25 vs. BYU W 23-20 Oct. 10, 2015 3 BAYLOR L 7-66 (Aloha Bowl) Oct. 24, 2015 14 at Oklahoma State L 10-58 1 vs. Florida State L 0-42 Oct. 31, 2015 14 OKLAHOMA L 7-62 (Kickoff Classic, N.J.) Nov. 14, 2015 15 at TCU L 17-23 14 at Oklahoma L 25-38 Oct. 15, 2016 11 at Baylor L 7-49 6 NEBRASKA L 20-21 Oct. 29, 2016 16 at Oklahoma L 3-56 18 at Colorado L 14-38 Nov. 5, 2016 14 at West Virginia L 21-48 19 KANSAS STATE L 13-21 Oct. 21, 2017 4 at TCU L 0-43 1 at Nebraska L 17-45 Nov. 18, 2017 3 OKLAHOMA L 3-41 7 COLORADO L 26-51 Nov. 25, 2017 18 at Oklahoma State L 17-58 4 at Colorado W 40-24 Sep. 29, 2018 21 OKLAHOMA STATE L 28-48 15 at Oklahoma W 38-17 Oct. 6, 2018 8 WEST VIRGINIA L 22-38 14 at Kansas State L 7-41 Nov. 17, 2018 6 at Oklahoma L 40-55 1 NEBRASKA L 3-41 25 vs. UCLA W 51-30 VS. AP RANKED TEAMS (Aloha Bowl) ALL-TIME 9 COLORADO L 7-20 vs. AP Ranked Teams 26-169-2 5 at Nebraska L 7-63 vs. Top 10 9-93-2 13 KANSAS STATE L 12-38 vs. Top 5 5-52-1 1 NEBRASKA L 0-35 vs. No. 1 1-12 11 at Kansas State L 16-48 at Home 15-82-2 25 at Missouri L 23-41 on Road 8-82 18 TEXAS A&M L 21-24 Neutral 3-5 8 at Nebraska L 0-41 17 COLORADO W 33-17 4 KANSAS STATE L 54-6 13 at Texas A&M L 17-34 8 NEBRASKA L 17-24 14 at Oklahoma L 16-34 4 KANSAS STATE L 13-52 6 at Nebraska L 17-56 19 TEXAS L 16-51


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KU IN THE POLLS Oct. 14 15 Oct. 21 12 Oct. 28 8 Nov. 4 5 Nov. 11 4 Nov. 18 2 Nov. 25 7 Dec. 2 8 2008 Aug. 30 14 Sept. 6 14 Sept. 12 13 Sept. 20 19 Sept. 27 16 Oct. 4 16 Oct. 11 16 Oct. 18 16 Oct. 25 19 2009 Sept. 5 25 Sept. 12 24 Sept. 19 22 Sept. 26 20 Oct. 3 18 Oct. 10 16 Oct. 17 17 Oct. 24 24 *- Denotes a Bowl Game

at Colorado at Texas A&M NEBRASKA at Oklahoma State IOWA STATE vs. Missouri BYE vs. Virginia Tech* FIU LOUISIANA TECH at South Florida SAM HOUSTON ST. BYE at Iowa State COLORADO at Oklahoma TEXAS TECH NO. COLORADO at UTEP DUKE SO. MISSISSIPPI BYE IOWA STATE at Colorado OKLAHOMA

W 19-14 W 19-11 W 76-39 W 43-28 W 45-7 L 28-36 W W W L W

24-21 40-10 29-0 34-37 38-14

W W L L W W W W

35-33 30-14 31-45 21-63 49-3 34-7 44-16 36-28

W L L

41-36 30-34 13-35

FINAL RANKINGS

HOME ATTENDANCE AVG. 50,907 50,581 46,784 44,850 44,137 43,675 42,283 42,161

2008 (seven games) 2009 (six games) 2007 (seven games) 2010 (seven games) 2006 (seven games) 2005 (six games) 2011 (six games) 1969 (five games)

COMEBACK VICTORIES TRAIL 28 (45-17) 26 (21-47) 21 (0-21) 20 (0-20) 20 (0-20) 19 (7-26) 15 (0-15) 14 (0-14) 14 (0-14) 14 (7-21) 14 (0-14) 13 (0-13) 13 (0-13) 13 (0-13)

QTR 4th 3rd 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 2nd

COMEBACK TIES TRAIL 20 (0-20) 13 (0-13)

QTR 2nd 4th

OPPONENT, YEAR Colorado, 2010 at Iowa State, 1992 Colorado, 1950 at Iowa State, 2008 Loyola (Calif.), 1951 Iowa State, 1953 at Oklahoma State, 1967 at Oklahoma, 1995 at Missouri, 1989 at Wyoming, 1963 at Oklahoma State, 1962 at Tulsa, 2002 Missouri, 1973 at Kansas State, 1956

FINAL 52-45 50-47 27-21 35-33 34-26 53-33 26-15 38-17 46-44 25-21 36-17 43-33 14-13 20-15

OPPONENT, YEAR Nebraska, 1920 at Missouri, 1958

FINAL 20-20 13-13

COMEBACKS BY OPPONENT TRAIL 25 (30-5) 20 (20-0) 19 (19-0)

QTR 2nd 1st 4th

OPPONENT, YEAR Texas Tech, 2004 Texas Tech, 2011 at Colorado, 1961

FINAL 30-31 34-45 19-20

MARGIN SCORE OPPONENT 83 83-0 Washington (Mo.) 80 86-6 South Dakota State 72 72-0 UAB 62 62-0 Southeastern La. 62 62-0 St. Mary’s 61 68-7 New Mexico 56 56-0 Iowa 56 56-0 Midland 55 55-0 Kansas State 55 55-0 Emporia State 52 55-3 Florida International 52 52-0 Ball State 51 57-6 Wichita State

CONFERENCE VICTORY MARGINS

MARGIN SCORE OPPONENT 55 55-0 Kansas State 48 58-10 Baylor 43 43-0 at Iowa State 41 41-0 Iowa State 41 41-0 at Kansas State 41 55-14 at Oklahoma State 40 47-7 at Kansas State 39 42-3 Colorado

ROAD VICTORY MARGINS

MARGIN SCORE OPPONENT 48 48-0 at Washington (Mo.) 46 53-7 at California 46 46-0 at Arizona 43 43-0 at Iowa State 42 49-7 at Oregon State 42 42-0 at South Dakota

MARGINS OF DEFEAT

MARGIN SCORE OPPONENT 70 0-70 Nebraska 65 0-65 Oklahoma 64 0-64 Kansas State 61 10-71 Oklahoma 61 3-64 Oklahoma 61 0-61 Iowa Navy Pre-Flight

YEAR 1923 1947 1994 2007 1912 1968 1897 1895 1947 1909 2007 1992 1983

YEAR 1947 2007 1952 1991 1960 1949 1950 1980

YEAR 1924 1961 1949 1952 1992 1900

YEAR 1986 1954 2002 1987 1986 1942

J A Y H A W K

YEAR RANKING 1947 12 (AP) 1951 20 (UPI) 1960 11 (AP), t9 (UPI) 1961 15 (UPI) 1968 7 (AP), 6 (UPI) 1973 18 (AP), t15 (UPI) 1992 22 (AP), 22 (UPI), 23 (CNN/USA Today) 1995 9 (AP), 10 (UPI), (CNN/USA Today) 2007 7 (AP), 7 (USA Today), 8 (Harris), 8 (BCS)

VICTORY MARGINS

C H A L K

OPPONENT RESULT SCORE MISSOURI W 20-14 at Arizona W 54-28 vs. Georgia Tech* L 14-20 OKLAHOMA L 13-33 at Colorado L 27-35 TCU W 13-0 SANTA CLARA W 21-9 COLORADO W 21-12 at Iowa State W 43-0 OKLAHOMA L 20-42 at SMU W 26-0 at Kansas State W 26-6 NEBRASKA L 13-14 OKLAHOMA STATE W 12-7 at Missouri L 19-20 at Kansas State W 41-0 SYRACUSE L 7-14 at Iowa State W 28-14 OKLAHOMA T 13-13 at Oklahoma State W 14-7 at Iowa L 7-21 NEBRASKA W 31-0 COLORADO W 34-6 at Missouri W 23-7 at TCU L 16-17 MISSOURI L 7-10 at Illinois W 47-7 INDIANA W 38-20 NEW MEXICO W 68-7 at Nebraska W 23-13 OKLAHOMA STATE W 49-19 at Iowa State W 46-25 COLORADO W 27-14 OKLAHOMA L 23-27 at Kansas State W 38-29 MISSOURI W 21-19 vs. Penn State* L 14-15 KANSAS STATE W 25-18 at Nebraska L 9-10 at Iowa State W 22-20 OKLAHOMA STATE T 10-10 COLORADO W 17-15 at Oklahoma L 20-48 MISSOURI W 14-13 vs. N.C. State* L 18-31 at Kansas State W 20-13 NEBRASKA L 0-56 COLORADO L 21-24 vs. Pittsburgh L 19-33 at Oregon State W 28-16 KENTUCKY W 37-16 WISCONSIN W 34-24 at Oklahoma State L 14-21 OKLAHOMA L 10-28 OPPONENT RESULT SCORE CALIFORNIA L 23-27 at Iowa State W 50-47 OKLAHOMA W 27-10 OKLAHOMA STATE W 26-18 at Nebraska L 7-49 COLORADO L 18-25 at Missouri L 17-22 vs. BYU* W 23-20 at Colorado W 40-24 IOWA STATE W 34-7 at Oklahoma W 38-17 at Kansas State L 7-41 MISSOURI W 42-23 NEBRASKA L 3-41 at Oklahoma State W 22-17 vs. UCLA* W 51-30 vs. Ball State W 35-10 at TCU W 52-17 at Utah L 42-45 BAYLOR W 58-10

R O C K

YEAR DATE RK 1947 Nov. 22 17 Nov. 29 13 Jan. 1 13 1950 Nov. 11 19 1951 Oct. 6 20 1952 Sept. 20 17 Sept. 27 17 Oct. 4 9 Oct. 11 9 Oct. 18 8 Oct. 25 15 Nov. 1 9 Nov. 8 7 Nov. 15 19 Nov. 22 18 1960 Sept. 24 7 Oct. 1 5 Oct. 8 10 Oct. 15 9 Oct. 22 15 Oct. 29 19 Nov. 5 10 Nov. 12 10 Nov. 19 11 1961 Sept. 23 8 Nov. 25 10 1968 Sept. 21 12 Sept. 28 12 Oct. 5 8 Oct. 12 6 Oct. 19 4 Oct. 26 3 Nov. 2 3 Nov. 9 3 Nov. 16 7 Nov. 23 7 Jan. 1 6 1973 Oct. 13 19 Oct. 20 18 Oct. 27 17 Nov. 3 18 Nov. 10 18 Nov. 17 20 Nov. 24 17 Dec. 17 19 1974 Oct. 12 19 Oct. 19 13 1975 Nov. 15 17 Dec. 26 19 1976 Sept. 4 19 Sept. 18 13 Oct. 2 9 Oct. 9 8 Oct. 16 15 YEAR DATE RK 1992 Sept. 24 24 Oct. 17 25 Oct. 24 22 Nov. 2 18 Nov. 9 13 Nov. 16 20 Nov. 23 22 Dec. 25 22 1995 Oct. 7 24 Oct. 14 10 Oct. 21 7 Oct. 28 6 Nov. 4 11 Nov. 11 10 Nov. 18 15 Dec. 25 11 1996 Aug. 29 25 Sept. 14 24 Sept. 28 20 2007 Oct. 7 20

HISTORY

KANSAS FOOTBALL WEEK-BY-WEEK - AP RANKINGS


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FOOT B A L L

BOWL SUMMARIES 1948

1961 BLUEBONNET

1969

BOWL

BOWL

BOWL

JAN. 1, 1948

DEC. 16, 1961

JAN. 1, 1969

MIAMI, FLA.

HOUSTON, TEXAS

MIAMI, FLA.

ORANGE

GEORGIA TECH 20 KANSAS 14 KANSAS

7  

0  

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PENN STATE 15 KANSAS 14

7

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KANSAS

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KANSAS

7  

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7

– 14

GEORGIA TECH 0   7   13   0 GTU – Patton 24 pass from Still (Bowen kick), 9:53 – 2

– 20

RICE

7  

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0

– 7

PENN STATE

0  

7  

0  

8

– 15

STATISTICS KU

PSU

STATISTICS KU

GT

0  

ORANGE

KAN – Evans 12 run (Fambrough kick), 6:30 – 2 GTU – Queen 16 pass from Still (Bowen kick), 9:08 – 3 GTU – Patton 4 pass from Still (kick failed), 1:20 – 3 KAN – Evans 12 pass from Hogan (Fambrough kick), 6:55 – 4

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .158 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .19-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-11 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-40 Fumbles Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Yards Penalized . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

GAME SUMMARY Trailing 20-14 to Georgia Tech with the final minutes ticking away, Kansas appeared ready to upset the favored Engineers in the 14th annual Orange Bowl, only to have a lost fumble at the two-foot line dash all hopes. Georgia Tech scored first on a 24-yard pass play to take a 7-0 lead in the second quarter. Kansas answered, however, with a 65-yard drive, finished by Ray Evans’ 12-yard scoring burst and the extra point by Don Fambrough. The third quarter proved pivotal, however, as Georgia Tech scored twice to take a 20-7 lead into the final stanza. Finding it difficult to move on the ground, Tech resorted to the air. As a result, Georgia Tech’s quarterback Jim Still set an Orange Bowl record for most touchdown passes and best passing percentage, a .769 mark based on 10 completions in 13 attempts. The Jayhawks, though, were not finished. A long pass from quarterback Bill Hogan to end Bryan Sperry moved the ball to the Georgia Tech 12. Hogan then lobbed a 12-yard scoring pass to Ray Evans. Soon afterwards Dick Monroe of Kansas recovered a Georgia Tech fumble at the Tech 42. Three plays later, Hogan completed a pass to end Otto Schnellbacher, putting the ball at the 26. Evans then sliced off three yards before pitching to Schnellbacher, who was forced out at the 10. Evans bolted nine yards to the one, and it appeared Kansas was ready to upset the Engineers. But then disaster struck. Quarterback Lynne McNutt, attempting to sneak it in for the game-tying touchdown, lost the ball and the officials ruled that Tech’s Rollo Phillips recovered it. Controversy raged as to whether McNutt actually fumbled or Phillips took it away from him amidst the pileup at the goal line.

KAN – Coleman 1 run (kick failed), 5:05 – 1 RICE – Burrell 5 pass from Kerbow (Blume kick), 0:45 – 1 KAN – Coleman 1 run (pass failed), 1:16 – 2 KAN – McClinton 6 run (Barnes kick), 9:02 – 3 KAN – McFarland 13 run (kick failed), 2:08 – 3 KAN – McFarland 12 run (Boydston pass from Hadl), 7:40 – 4

STATISTICS KU

Rice

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66-293 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-58 Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .10-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-11 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-31 Fumbles Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Yards Penalized . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0

KANSAS Rushing: Hadl 8-25, McFarland 12-60, McClinton 13-37, Coleman 18-107, Jarrett 5-23, Baughman 5-16, Wilson 4-20, Leiker 1-5 Passing: Hadl 10-7-2, 64 Receiving: Leiker 2-21, McFarland 1-14, McClinton 1-15, Boydston 1-5, Wilson 1-9, Deer 1-0 RICE Rushing: Blume 6-26 Passing: Kerbow 16-10-0, 156

GAME SUMMARY Sparked by a 41-yard run by quarterback John Hadl out of deep punt formation late in the first half, Kansas swept by Rice, 33-7, to claim the third annual Bluebonnet Bowl. Trailing 7-6 at the time and facing a fourth-and-six situation from the KU 40, Hadl faked the punt and raced 41 yards before being dropped at the Rice 19. Two plays later fullback Ken Coleman crashed over from the one to give the Jayhawks a 12-7 halftime lead. The Jayhawks controlled the ball in the second half, scoring on drives of 50, 36 and 68 yards, while finishing the day with 76 offensive plays compared to only 47 for Rice. Hadl completed seven of 10 attempts for 64 yards. Coleman, voted the game’s Most Outstanding Offensive Performer, finished with 107 yards rushing and two touchdowns. The Jayhawks scored first with 5:05 remaining in the initial quarter, when Coleman went over from a yard out. It climaxed a 59-yard, nine-play drive. The extra point attempt by Bill Barnes was blocked. Rice answered that score with just 45 seconds left in the first quarter, when quarterback Randy Kerbow completed a five-yard scoring pass to flanker Johnny Burrell. The extra point was good to put the Owls on top for the one and only time. That set the stage for Hadl’s heroics and the Kansas domination.

KAN – Reeves 2 run (Bell kick), 3:05 – 1 PSU – Pitman 13 run (Garthwaite kick), 11:08 – 2 KAN – John Riggins 1 run (Bell kick), 12:38 – 4 PSU – Burkhart 3 run (Campbell run), 0:15 – 4

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59-76 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-207 Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .18-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-12 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-38 Fumbles Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15

KANSAS Rushing: Riggins 18-47, Shanklin 15-20, Reeves 3-7, Jackson 1-5, Jr. Riggins 2-5, Douglass 20-(-8) Passing: Douglass 17-9-4, 165, Shanklin 1-0-0, 0 Receiving: Mosier 5-77, Shanklin 1-42, Jackson 1-19, McGowan 1-16, Jr. Riggins 1-11 PENN STATE Rushing: Campbell 18-101 Passing: Burkhart 23-12-2, 154 Receiving: Kwalick 6-74

GAME SUMMARY In the never-to-be-forgotten “Twelfth Man Game,” Penn State narrowly defeated Kansas, 15-14, with a second-chance two-point conversion in the waning seconds of the 35th annual Orange Bowl Classic. The Jayhawks thought they had won the game when they broke up Chuck Burkhart’s conversion pass following Penn State’s frantic touchdown with just 15 seconds remaining. Kansas was penalized, however, for having 12 men on the field, and the Nittany Lions received another chance — this time from only one-and-a-half yards out instead of three. On that attempt Bob Campbell’s thrust at the left side of his line produced the winning margin. Kansas, playing in its third bowl game, scored in the opening quarter when Mike Reeves capped a nine-play, 45-yard drive by ramming over from the two. Pat Hutchens set the drive in motion by intercepting a Burkhart pass. The Jayhawks took a 14-7 lead early in the fourth quarter, when Donnie Shanklin returned a punt 46 yards to the seven to set up a touchdown by John Riggins. The Jayhawks nursed the lead for nearly 12 minutes, once missing a first down by inches at the Penn State five while driving for what would have been a wrap-up touchdown. The game still appeared to be under control when Kansas kicked to the Nittany Lions at the 50 with 1:16 remaining. But on the next play Burkhart hit Campbell with a 47-yard pass that KU defender Billy Hunt lost in the lights. It took three plays to score from the three, but Burkhart finally got across on a bootleg play around left end to set the stage for the hectic finish.


165

BOWL SUMMARIES

1975

1HALL98 1 OF FAME

BOWL

BOWL

BOWL

SUN

LIBERTY DEC. 17, 1973

DEC. 26, 1975

DEC. 31, 1981

MEMPHIS, TENN.

EL PASO, TEXAS

BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

NC STATE 31 KANSAS 18

PITTSBURGH 33 KANSAS 19

MISSISSIPPI ST. 10 KANSAS 0

10  

0  

8

– 18

KANSAS

0   

0  

7  

12

– 19

KANSAS

0  

0  

0  

0

–0

7  

3  

7  

14

– 31

PITTSBURGH

7  

12  

0  

14

– 33

MISSISSIPPI ST

7  

3  

0  

0

– 10

STATISTICS KU

MSU

NCSU – Fritz 2 run (Sewell kick), 4:09 – 1 KAN – Miller 12 pass from Jaynes (Love kick), 14:15 – 2 NCSU – FG Sewell 33, 4:54 – 2 KAN – FG Love 28, 0:37 – 2 NCSU – Fritz 8 run (Sewell kick), 9:20 – 3 NCSU – Young 12 run (Sewell kick), 4:50 – 4 NCSU – Henderson 31 INT return (Sewell kick), 4:03 – 4 KAN – Miller 12 run (Adams pass from Jaynes), 0:34 – 4

STATISTICS KU

NCST

PITT – Walker 60 run (Long kick), 2:11 – 1 PITT – Dorsett 8 run (kick failed), 14:42 – 2 PITT – Dorsett 2 run (run failed), 0:26 – 2 KAN – Smith 55 run (Swift kick), 4:32 – 3 PITT – Walker 2 run (Long kick), 12:49 – 4 KAN – Smith 17 run (kick failed), 6:11 – 4 PITT – Jones 7 pass from Haygood (Long kick), 3:15 – 4 KAN – Sharp 38 pass from McMichael (run failed),  2:02 – 4

STATISTICS KU

PITT

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67-342 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53-372 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .14-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-8 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-35 Fumbles Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .5-25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-95

MSU – Bond 17 run (Morgan kick), 14:48 – 1 MSU – Moore 14 FG, 10:55 – 2

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-106 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53-250 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .31-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-5 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-44 Fumbles & Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .7-82 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-65

KANSAS

KANSAS Rushing: Miller 15-104, Williams 10-26, Jaynes 6-0 Passing: Jaynes 38-24-2, 218 Receiving: Adams 8-73, Edwards 4-38. Williams 4-31, Miller 4-19, Hosack 1-20, Saathoff 1-17, Ross 1-14, Smith 1-6

KANSAS Rushing: Smith 16-118, Cromwell 24-99, Banks 13-64, Sharp 3-21, Wright

NC STATE Rushing: Fritts 18-83 Passing: Shaw 8-5-1, 71 Receiving: Gargano 4-48

PITTSBURGH Rushing: Tony Dorsett 27-142, Elliott Walker 11-123, Robert Haygood

GAME SUMMARY

GAME SUMMARY

GAME SUMMARY

Playing in a bowl game for the fourth time in its history, Kansas was upset by North Carolina State, 31-18, in the 15th annual Liberty Bowl. The Jayhawks fell after a controversial decision by an official in the third quarter, which was followed by three unanswered N.C. State touchdowns. The play in question came early in the third quarter with the score tied, 10-10. N.C. State punted to KU’s Bruce Adams at the 19. In heavy traffic Adams called for a fair catch, but fell to the ground as the ball glanced off him. N.C. State’s Ralph Stringer fell on the ball and the Wolfpack scored two plays later. Adams argued with officials that he was tripped on the fair catch, but the officials refused to change their ruling. The Wolfpack scored twice more before the Jayhawks’ offense responded with a late fourth quarter scoring drive of its own. David Jaynes, KU’s All-American quarterback playing his last game for the Jayhawks, finished the game with 24 completions in 38 attempts for 218 yards. All of those figures represented Liberty Bowl records, and for his efforts Jaynes was named the game’s Outstanding Offensive Performer.

Playing in its fifth bowl game ever and second in three years, Kansas dropped a 33-19 decision to Pittsburgh in the 41st annual Sun Bowl. Behind three 100-plus yard rushing performances by All-American halfback Tony Dorsett (142), fullback Elliott Walker (123) and quarterback Robert Haygood (101), the Panthers built a 19-0 halftime lead and made that lead hold up in the second half to claim the triumph. The Jayhawks did score first in the second half, giving some hope of a comeback. Halfback Laverne Smith, who finished the day with 118 yards rushing, dazzled the Panther defense with a 55-yard burst up the middle with 4:32 remaining in the third quarter. That made it 19-7, but with 12:49 remaining in the game Walker scored again for Pittsburgh, this time from two yards out, to erase all hopes of a KU comeback. Smith later added a 17-yard touchdown run, which was followed by a 38-yard scoring pass from quarterback Scott McMichael to halfback Skip Sharp to close out the Kansas scoring. Nearly 4,000 KU faithful made the trip to El Paso to help comprise the record turnout of 30,272.

It will be remembered by Jayhawk fans as the 12-second game. Playing in its first postseason game in six years, Kansas players, coaches and fans watched as a nightmare unfolded before their eyes. KU’s Darren Green took the opening kickoff and returned it 15 yards before colliding with a teammate. The result was a turnover and Mississippi State’s ball on the KU 17. On the ensuing play, MSU quarterback John Bond rolled right on an option play, turned up field and went unscathed into the end zone for the first and last TD of the day. A mere dozen ticks of the clock had gone by and already KU was trailing, 7-0. Following the quick score the Jayhawk defense stiffened, however, allowing just a field goal for the remainder of the game. The offense was a different story. The Jayhawks’ only real scoring threat was nullified by a strange penalty. With a little under five minutes left in the game, KU’s Bucky Scribner punted from deep in KU territory; the Bulldogs’ Cookie Jackson fumbled and Kansas recovered on the MSU 22. However, a flag had been thrown; the Jayhawks were called for clipping. Rather than moving the ball back 15 yards to the Bulldog 37, the officials decided the clip had occurred during the punt, and assessed the penalty from the line of scrimmage. Kansas had to punt again from its own 11.

4-19, McMichael 1-8, Campfield 5-8, McCamy 1-5 Passing: McMichael 8-4-0, 76, Cromwell 6-0-1, 0 Receiving: Sharp 1-38, Fender 1-16, McCamy 1-14, Smith 1-8

14-101

Passing: Haygood 13-8-1, 60

Rushing: Jones 7-20, Taylor 20-61, Smith 7-(-9), Frederick 5-(-35), Green 1-(-2) Passing: Smith 22-8-2, 61, Frederick 9-7-0, 110 Receiving: Taylor 7-41, Bastin 2-20, Capers 2-57, Johnson 3-34, Jones 1-19 Tackles: McNorton 16, Toburen 10, Foote 7, Wagoner 6

MISSISSIPPI STATE Rushing: Bond 17-90 Passing: Bond 16-5-0, 51 Receiving: Haddix 2-16

J A Y H A W K

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-130 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-188 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .38-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-7 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-38 Fumbles Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .4-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-35

C H A L K

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R O C K

KANSAS

HISTORY

1973


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FOOT B A L L

BOWL SUMMARIES 1992

1995

2003

BOWL

BOWL

BOWL

DEC. 25, 1992

DEC. 25, 1995

DEC. 22, 2003

HONOLULU, HAWAI’I

HONOLULU, HAWAI’I

ORLANDO, FLA.

KANSAS 23 BYU 20

KANSAS 51 UCLA 30

ALOHA

ALOHA

KANSAS

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UCLA

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BYU – Heimuli 94 kickoff return (Lauder kick) KAN – Harris 74 pass from Gay (Eichloff kick) KAN – Safety, Willis tackled in the end zone BYU – Willis 29 run (Luader kick) KAN – FG Eichloff 42 BYU – Sterling 10 pass from Young (conversion failed) KAN – Hilleary 1 run (Hilleary run) KAN – FG Eichloff 48

STATISTICS KU

BYU

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49-172 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-142 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .12-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-31 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-48.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-48.3 Fumbles & Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .7-55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-73

KANSAS Rushing: Douglas 18-68, White 8-37, Levine 6-26, Hilleary 14-23, Cozzens 2-12, Powell 1-6 Passing: Hilleary 23-11-0, 126, Gay 1-1-0, 74 Receiving: R. Harris 4-142, Licursi 3-17, White 2-15, Fette 1-16, Powell 1-6, Cozzens 1-4

BYU Rushing: Willis 11-52 Passing: Young 31-15-1, 262 Receiving: Daman 4-99

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KAN – Moore 9 pass from Williams (McCord kick), 9:36 – 1 KAN – Henley 49 run (McCord kick), 13:33 – 2 KAN – FG McCord, 1:29 – 2 KAN – Henley 2 run, 11:17 – 3 UCLA – Melsby 8 pass from McNown (Merten kick), 7:40 – 3 KAN – Byrd 77 pass from Williams (McCord kick), 6:35 – 3 KAN – Carter 27 pass from Williams (McCord kick), 3:14 – 3 UCLA – Jordan 8 pass from McNown (Merten kick), 13:44 – 4 UCLA – Abdul-Jabbar 5 run (Melsby from Merten), 12:43 – 4 KAN – Williams 6 run (McCord kick), 4:30 – 4 UCLA – Melsby 7 pass from McNown (run Jabbar),  3:07 – 4 KAN – Vann 67 run (McCord kick), 2:05 – 4

STATISTICS KU

UCLA

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-277 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-286 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .28-19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-15 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-48.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-44.8 Fumbles & Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .4-32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-37

NCSU – Washington 45 pass from Rivers (Kiker kick), 13:58 – 1 KU – Gordon 23 pass from Whittemore (Brooks kick), 10:41 – 1 NCSU – Washington 14 pass from Rivers (Kiker kick), 8:43 – 1 NCSU – McClendon 1 run (Kiker kick), 1:23 – 1 KU – Brooks 28 yard field goal, 4:01 – 2 NCSU – McClendon 3 pass from Rivers (Kiker kick), :45 – 2 KU – Green 11 pass from Whittemore (Brooks kick), 10:45 – 3 NCSU – Clark 40 pass from Rivers (Kiker kick), 7:24 – 3 NCSU – Davis 10 run (Kiker kick), 6:03 – 3 KU – Beck 39 yard field goal, 3:42 – 3 KU – Whittemore 9 run (Whittemore pass failed) 14:18 – 4 NCSU – Cotchery 21 pass from Rivers (Kiker kick), 12:57 – 4 NCSU – McClendon 26 run (Kiker kick), 10:06 – 4

STATISTICS KU

NCST

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-220 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-172 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 243 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 481 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .42-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-38 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-30.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-53.0 Fumbles & Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .9-75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-86

KANSAS Rushing: Henley 13-107, Vann 5-78, Williams 11-48, Levine 11-22, A. Smith 2-4, Galbreath 1-(-3) Passing: Williams 27-18-1, 288, Rutz 1-1-0, 4 Receiving: Byrd 4-116, Henley 3-41, A. Smith 3-22, Moore 2-19, Carter 2-32, Friday 2-32, Foy 1-4, Vann 1-7, Levine 1-19

UCLA Rushing: Abdul-Jabbar 26-157 Passing: McNown 34-13-3, 121 Receiving: Helsby 5-35

GAME SUMMARY Playing in its first bowl game in 11 years, Kansas surrendered a kickoff return touchdown to Brigham Young on the first play of the game. Just two plays later, KU answered right back as receiver Matt Gay caught a lateral from quarterback Chip Hilleary and then hit a wide-open Rodney Harris for a 74-yard touchdown pass. KU defensive lineman Chris Maumalanga tackled BYU’s Jamal Willis for a safety and a 9-7 lead. The Kansas defensive line had a strong day as senior Dana Stubblefield led the Jayhawks with three sacks, three hurries and one tackle for loss. For his efforts, Stubblefield was named the game’s Most Valuable Player. Willis soon gained revenge with a 29-yard touchdown romp with 10:16 left to play in the half. Following his score, BYU led, 14-9, but Jayhawk kicker Dan Eichloff hammered a 41-yard field goal that capped the first-half scoring at 14-12. BYU carried a 20-12 lead into the final quarter. Hilleary then scored on a one-yard run and capped it with a two-point conversion that tied the game at 20. On the following drive, the Jayhawk defense stopped the Cougars on three straight plays and BYU was forced to punt. Hilleary then led the Jayhawks on a drive that lasted nearly seven minutes and resulted in Eichloff’s 48-yard field goal, giving Kansas the lead. BYU mounted a drive late in the game, but senior safety Charley Bowen secured the Jayhawks’ first bowl win in 31 years by picking off Young’s pass at the Kansas 29-yard line with 2:11 to play.

MAZDA TANGERINE

KANSAS Rushing: Green 14-87, Whittemore 17-84, Gordon 3-36, Simmons 1-9, Randle 5-4 Passing: Whittemore 20-41-2, 243, Green 0-1-0, 0 Receiving: Rideau 9-109, Gordon 4-73, Green 3-30, M. Johnson 2-21, Anderson 1-12, Simmons 1-(-2)

NC STATE Rushing: McLendon 7-72 Passing: Rivers 37-45-0, 475 Receiving: Cotchery 13-171

GAME SUMMARY

GAME SUMMARY

Preparing for its second bowl game in four seasons and its eighth in school history, the Jayhawks set several bowl records in running over the favored UCLA Bruins to win their second-straight postseason game. Kansas struck first and often in taking a 17-0 lead into halftime. Senior quarterback Mark Williams capped an 11-play, 72-yard drive with a nine-yard pass to tight end Jim Moore for the touchdown. On its first drive of the second quarter junior running back June Henley outran the Bruin defenders for a touchdown. Henley carried the ball 13 times for 107 yards on the afternoon. Jeff McCord booted a 27-yard field goal late in the second quarter to give the Jayhawks a 17-0 lead at halftime. In the third quarter KU’s Ashaundai Smith returned a punt 43 yards and five plays later Williams found Andre Carter open in the left corner of the end zone for a score. Carter’s first career TD gave Kansas a 37-7 lead late in the third quarter. Williams finished the day 18-for-27 passing for 288 yards and three touchdowns. He also had 11 carries for 48 yards, including a fourthquarter touchdown run. Following the game he was named Kansas’ Most Valuable Player of the game. When the final gun sounded, the Jayhawks had set a bowl record for most points scored by a team with their 51-30 victory.

Kansas, playing in its first bowl game since 1995, fell to the North Carolina State Wolfpack, 56-26, in the Mazda Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Fla. N.C. State opened the scoring with a three-play, 64-yard drive which took just 1:02, capped by a 45-yard touchdown pass from Tangerine Bowl MVP Philip Rivers to Richard Washington. The Jayhawks answered with 10:41 left in the first quarter, as senior quarterback Bill Whittemore found freshman wide receiver Charles Gordon in the end zone on a 23-yard pass play. KU scored again with 4:01 remaining in the half, capping off a 10-play, 66-yard drive with a 28-yard field goal by Jerod Brooks to make the score 21-10. But NCSU closed out the first-half scoring with a threeyard touchdown pass from Rivers to McLendon to make the score 28-10 at the break. The Jayhawks opened the scoring in the second half, marching down the field on a nine-play, 79-yard drive that culminated with an 11-yard touchdown pass from Whittemore to sophomore running back Clark Green. N.C. State answered right back with two straight scores to take a 42-17 lead. A nine-yard Whittemore rush for a score made the score 42-26 with 14:18 left in the game. But that’s as close at KU would get. Brandon Rideau led the Jayhawk receivers with a KU-bowl record nine catches for 109 yards.


167

BOWL SUMMARIES

2008

BOWL

BOWL

DEC. 23,2005

JAN. 3, 2008

DEC. 31, 2008

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

MIAMI, FLA.

TEMPE, ARIZ.

BOWL KANSAS 42 HOUSTON 13

INSIGHT

KANSAS 24 VIRGINIA TECH 21

KANSAS 42 MINNESOTA 21

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STATISTICS KU

KU – 1st (5:15) – Talib, 60 interception return (Webb kick) KU – 2nd (12:00) – Webb, 32 FG KU – 2nd (7:03) – Henry, 13 pass from Reesing (Webb kick) VT – 2nd (1:24) – Ore, 1 run (Dunlevy kick) VT – 3rd (11:35) – Harper, 84 punt return (Dunlevy kick) KU – 4th (10:57) – Reesing, 2 run (Webb kick) VT – 4th (3:00) – Harper, 20 pass (Dunlevy kick)

STATISTICS KU UH

KANSAS

Rushing: Cornish 16-101, McAnderson 7-41, Swanson 7-33, C. Green 9-23 Passing: Swanson 29-19-0, 307, Luke 3-2-0, 33 Receiving: Gordon 6-86, SImmons 5-77, Murph 4-78, Cornish 2-43, Henry 2-33, Fine 2-23

HOUSTON

Rushing: Battle 3-8 Passing: Kolb 43-20-3, 214 Receiving: Avery 5-71

GAME SUMMARY Kansas closed out the 2005 season with a 42-13 victory over Houston in the Fort Worth Bowl at Amon G. Carter Stadium. The win gave the Jayhawks their first bowl victory since the 1995 Aloha Bowl and the most wins (seven) in a decade. Junior Brian Murph put Kansas on the board early when he returned a Houston punt 85 yards for a touchdown. Houston scored its first points of the game in the second quarter when freshman Ben Bell kicked a 32-yard field goal. Kansas made it 14-3 on the ensuing possession with a five-play, 60-yard drive that resulted in a 13-yard touchdown shovel pass from senior Jason Swanson to junior Jon Cornish. The Cougars capped a 42-yard, seven-play drive with a touchdown when junior Kevin Kolb scored on a one-yard keeper with 57 seconds remaining in the half. KU headed into the break leading 14-10. The KU defense struck early in the second half when senior Theo Baines intercepted a Kolb pass and ran it 16 yards to KU’s 30-yard line. Two plays later, Cornish took another shovel pass from Swanson 30 yards for his second touchdown of the day making it 21-10 in favor of the Jayhawks. On KU’s next possession, Swanson connected with senior Mark Simmons on a 32-yard pass to cap an 80-yard, 3:32 scoring drive. The touchdown gave KU a 28-13 lead with 4:57 left in the third quarter. KU pulled away scoring twice following interceptions by Charlton Keith and Baines. Swanson threw for four touchdowns and had 19 completions on 29 attempts for 307 yards and was named KU’s 2005 Fort Worth Bowl Most Valuable Player.

KANSAS

Rushing: McAnderson 15-75, Sharp 9-33, Team 1-(-1), Reesing 10-(-6), Talib 1-(-6) Passing: Reesing 37-20-1, 227 Receiving: Fields 7-101, Sharp 4-30, Meier 2-24, Briscoe 2-20, Henry 2-20, Fine 2-14, Brown 1-22, McAnderson 1-18 Interceptions: Talib 1-60, Thornton 1-30, Harris 1-0

KU - 1st (14:49) Briscoe, 80 pass from Reesing (Branstetter kick) UM - 1st (13:18) - Hoese, 1 run (Monroe kick) UM - 1st (4:48) - Hoese, 2 run (Monroe kick) KU - 1st (0:12) - Meier, 4 pass from Reesing (Branstetter kick) KU - 2nd (8:49) - Briscoe, 6 pass from Reesing (Branstetter kick) KU - 2nd (1:07) - Wilson, 4 pass from Reesing (Branstetter kick) KU - 3rd (8:033) - Briscoe, 32 pass from Meier (Branstetter kick) UM - 4th (13:01) - Decker, 6 pass from Weber (Monroe kick) KU - 4th (1:33) - Sharp, 2 run (Branstetter kick)

STATISTICS KU

UM

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38-80 Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .345 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .28-36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-35 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-470 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-254 Punts and Average . . . . . . . . . . .4-47.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-41.0 Fumbles & Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .4-33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-41

KANSAS

Rushing: Sharp 16-64, Reesing 12-38 Passing: Reesing 27-35-1, 313, Meier 1-1-0, 32 Receiving: Briscoe 14-201, Meier 10-113, Wilson 2-17, Biere 1-9, Fields 1-5

MINNESOTA

VIRGINIA TECH

Rushing: Weber 12-31 Passing: Weber 19-34-0, 176 Receiving: Decker 8-149

GAME SUMMARY

GAME SUMMARY

Playing in its first BCS game, No. 8 Kansas earned a 24-21 victory over No. 3 Virginia Tech in the 2008 Orange Bowl championship. Sophomore QB Todd Reesing threw a touchdown pass and ran for another, while Orange Bowl MVP Aqib Talib returned an interception 60 yards for a TD to lead KU. The Jayhawk defense and special teams were the story of the game. The Jayhawks matched a KU bowl game record with three INTs, while five different Jayhawks collected quarterback sacks. Of the three interceptions, none was bigger than Talib’s first-quarter pick that gave Kansas a 7-0 advantage. With 12 minutes remaining in the first half, senior place kicker Scott Webb stretched KU’s lead to 10-0 with a 32-yard field goal, capitalizing on a Chris Harris interception. KU increased its lead to 17-0 when Reesing led the Jayhawks on a 10play, 59-yard drive that he culminated with a 13-yard strike to Marcus Henry. Virginia Tech answered that touchdown with a one-yard plunge by Brandon Ore with 1:24 to go in the half. The Hokies cut the lead to 17-14 on an 86-yard punt return by Justin Harper early in the second half. Tech threatened again in the third quarter, but KU held onto its lead when junior Joe Mortensen blocked a 25-yard field goal attempt with 6:41 to go in the quarter. Following a Justin Thornton pick-off deep in Tech territory, Reesing stretched the KU lead to 24-14 with a two-yard bootleg run. But Virginia Tech was not done. With 5:51 to go, the Hokies held Kansas on a fourth-down try from the Tech 23. They then marched the ball 77 yards on 14 plays, drawing to within three with three minutes remaining. The Hokies tried an onside kick, but KU’s Raimond Pendleton recovered the ball. From there, the Jayhawks ran out the clock.

Todd Reesing completed 27-of-35 passes for 313 yards and four touchdowns, while Dezmon Briscoe set Insight Bowl records for receptions (14) and TD catches (three), to lead the Jayhawks to a 4221 victory over Minnesota in the 20th Insight Bowl. The win gave the Jayhawks their third-straight bowl. On defense KU’s trio of senior linebackers shined. Mike Rivera matched a career high with 14 tackles, while Joe Mortensen also tied his career best with 13 stops. James Holt added eight tackles, with four for loss, including three sacks. Briscoe was named the game’s offensive MVP, while Holt was tabbed the game’s top defender. Kansas struck first, scoring on a 60-yard pass play from Reesing to Briscoe on the game’s opening play from scrimmage. Minnesota responded on its first possession, however, converting on a 75-yard pass on their opening play to set up a quick score. Trailing 14-7, in the first quarter, Kansas scored the game’s next 28 points to take a 35-14 lead in the third period. The Jayhawks scored on four of their first five possessions while shutting Minnesota down after the Gophers scored the first two times they had the ball. Reesing was nearly flawless in the first half, throwing four touchdown passes and at one point completing a school-record 14 straight passes. He finished the first 30 minutes hitting 19-of-23 passes for 221 yards and the four scores. KU scored in the third quarter on a 32-yard pass from Meier to Briscoe and then closed out the game’s scoring with a two-yard rushing TD from Jake Sharp.

Rushing: Ore 23-116 Passing: Glennon 28-13-2, 160 Receiving: Harper 4-64

J A Y H A W K

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-198 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-30 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 340 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .32-21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44-20 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-43.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-44.9 Fumbles & Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .14-138 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-54

VT

First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Rushes & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-135 Passing Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . 249 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 Passes (Att-Comp) . . . . . . . . . . .38-21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-14 Had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Return Yardage . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-64 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-222 Punts & Average . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-50.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-38.6 Fumbles & Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 Penalties & Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .5-70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-27

C H A L K

KU – Murph 85 punt return (Webb kick), 10:26 – 1 UH – Bell 32 yard field goal, 14:22 – 2 KU – Cornish 13 pass from Swanson (Webb kick), 12:49 – 2 UH – Kolb 1 run (Bell kick), 00:57 – 2 KU – Cornish 30 pass from Swanson (Webb kick), 12:43 – 3 UH – Lawrence 44 yard field goal, 8:29 – 3 KU – Simmons 32 pass from Swanson (Webb kick), 4:57 – 3 KU – Keith 14 int return (Webb kick), 12:23 – 4 KU – Murph 48 pass from Swanson (Webb kick), 9:08 – 4

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KANSAS

HISTORY

FORT WORTH

2008 FEDEX ORANGE

2005


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BOWL GAME RECORDS KANSAS RECORDS FIRST DOWNS 29

vs. Houston

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 67

RUSHING YARDS 342

PASS ATTEMPTS 42

PASSING YARDS 345

1975 Sun Bowl

POINTS SCORED 51

RUSHING YARDS

2008 Insight Bowl

LONGEST RUN

1975 Sun Bowl

34

RUSHING YARDS 372

1995 Aloha Bowl

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

by North Carolina State by Georgia Tech by North Carolina State

PASS ATTEMPTS 46

by Houston

PASSING YARDS 481

by North Carolina State by North Carolina State by Virginia Tech by Houston by North Carolina State

FEWEST PASSING YARDS 60

by Pittsburgh

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 5

by North Carolina State

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS 83

by UCLA

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 653

4 4

by North Carolina State

vs. UCLA

1995 Aloha Bowl

by Todd Reesing

vs. Minnesota

2008 Insight Bowl

vs. Minnesota

2008 Insight Bowl

by Todd Reesing vs. Minnesota by Jason Swanson vs. Houston

2008 Insight Bowl 2005 Fort Worth Bowl

by Todd Reesing

vs. Minnesota

2008 Insight Bowl

LONGEST PASS 77

by Mark Williams to Isaac Byrd vs. UCLA

995 Aloha Bowl

RECEPTIONS 14

by Dezmon Briscoe vs. Minnesota

2008 Insight Bowl

RECEIVING YARDS 201 2003 Tangerine Bowl

1975 Sun Bowl

by Todd Reesing

PUNTS 9

1973 Liberty Bowl

by Dezmon Briscoe vs. Minnesota

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 351

1948 Orange Bowl

by Bucky Scribner

2003 Tangerine Bowl

2003 Tangerine Bowl 1975 Sun Bowl 2003 Tangerine Bowl 1995 Aloha Bowl 2003 Tangerine Bowl

vs. Mississippi State

1981 Hall of Fame Bowl 1981 Hall of Fame Bowl

vs. Brigham Young

1992 Aloha Bowl

by Bucky Scribner vs. Mississippi State

1981 Hall of Fame Bowl

MOST INTERCEPTIONS by several

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 60

2008 Orange Bowl 2005 Fort Worth Bowl

2008 Insight Bowl

LONGEST PUNT

1 2003 Tangerine Bowl

vs. Minnesota

by Bucky Scribner vs. Mississippi State

48.3 by Dan Eichloff 2005 Fort Worth Bowl

2008 Insight Bowl

PUNTING YARDS

PUNTING AVERAGE

by Aqib Talib

vs. Virginia Tech

PUNT RETURNS 4

by Charles Gordon vs. Houston

PUNT RETURN YARDS 85

by Brian Murph

vs. Houston

LONGEST PUNT RETURN 85

by Brian Murph

vs. Houston

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 54

by Maurice Douglas vs. Brigham Young

FIELD GOALS 2

by Dan Eichloff

vs. Brigham Young

LONGEST SCORING RUN 67

by Eric Vann

LONGEST SCORING PASS 77

by Isaac Byrd

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 48

by Dan Eichloff

vs. UCLA

vs. UCLA

1995 Aloha Bowl

vs. Brigham Young

1992 Aloha Bowl

MOST POINTS SCORED 18

by Dezmon Briscoe vs. Minnesota

INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE RUSHING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

16-118 13-107 18-107 15-104 16-101

Laverne Smith vs. Pittsburgh June Henley vs. UCLA Ken Coleman vs. Rice Robert Miller vs. NC State Jon Cornish vs. Houston

PASSING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

313 (27-of-35) Todd Reesing 307 (19-of-29) Jason Swanson 288 (18-of-27) Mark Williams 243 (20-of-44) Bill Whittemore 227 (20-of-37) Todd Reesing

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

14-201 4-142 4-116 10-113 9-109

Dezmon Briscoe Rodney Harris Isaac Byrd Kerry Meier Brandon Rideau

vs. Minnesota vs. Brigham Young vs. UCLA vs. Minnesota vs. NC State

TEAM TOP FIVE RUSHING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

342 293 277 220 198

vs. Pittsburgh vs. Rice vs. UCLA vs. NC State vs. Houston

PASSING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

345 340 292 249 243

vs. Minnesota vs. Houston vs. UCLA vs. Viriginia Tech vs. North Carolina State

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

569 538 463 446 418

vs. UCLA vs. Houston vs. NC State vs. Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

30 58 75 135 142

2005 Fort Worth Bowl 2005 Fort Worth Bowl 2005 Fort Worth Bowl 1992 Aloha Bowl 1992 Aloha Bowl 1995 Aloha Bowl

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

51 60 86 129 136

vs. Houston vs. Rice vs. Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech vs. Brigham Young

vs. Mississippi State vs. Pittsburgh vs. NC State vs. Georgia Tech vs. UCLA

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

204 221 244 274 301

1975 Sun 1995 Aloha 1961 Bluebonnet 1973 Liberty 2005 Fort Worth

vs. Minnesota 2008 Insight vs. Houston 2005 Fort Worth vs. UCLA 1995 Aloha vs. NC State 2003 Tangerine vs. Virginia Tech 2008 Orange

PASSING DEFENSE 2008 Orange Bowl

2008 Insight Bowl

KANSAS BOWL BESTS

RECEIVING YARDS

by Todd Reesing

CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED

63

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 3 3

313

407 by Pittsburgh

PASS COMPLETIONS 38

27

14

2008 Orange Bowl 2005 Fort Worth Bowl

1975 Sun Bowl

by Bill Whittemore vs. North Carolina State 2003 Tangerine Bowl

vs. UCLA

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS 30

41

PASSING YARDS

1961 Bluebonnet Bowl

vs. Pittsburgh

by Eric Vann

1995 Aloha Bowl

vs. North Carolina State 2003 Tangerine Bowl

1975 Sun Bowl

PASS ATTEMPTS

vs. UCLA

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 56

67

by Laverne Smith

PASS COMPLETIONS

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS 9

118

by Nolan Cromwell vs. Pittsburgh

1995 Aloha Bowl

OPPONENT RECORDS FIRST DOWNS

24

vs. UCLA

vs. Virginia Tech vs. Houston

1961 Bluebonnet Bowl

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 2008 Insight Bowl

MOST INTERCEPTIONS 3 3

by Rice

2003 Tangerine Bowl

vs. Minnesota

by Rice

2003 Tangerine Bowl

FEWEST POINTS SCORED

RUSHING ATTEMPTS

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 7

by North Carolina State

2008 Insight Bowl

vs. Minnesota

1948 Orange Bowl

by North Carolina State 2003 Tangerine Bowl

vs. Minnesota

COMBINED POINTS 82

POINTS SCORED

7 vs. North Carolina State

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS

7

TOUCHDOWNS

56

91 (67 rush, 14 pass) vs. Pittsburgh

TOUCHDOWNS

by Georgia Tech

8

vs. Pittsburgh

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS

548

2005 Fort Worth Bowl 1975 Sun Bowl

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 5

205

vs. Pittsburgh

PASS COMPLETIONS 28

FEWEST TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS

vs. Georgia Tech vs. Rice vs. Houston vs. NC State vs. Mississippi State

2008 Insight 1992 Aloha 1995 Aloha 2008 Insight 2003 Tangerine

1975 Sun 1961 Bluebonnet 1995 Aloha 2003 Tangerine 2005 Fort Worth 2008 Insight 2005 Fort Worth 1995 Aloha 2008 Orange 2003 Tangerine 1995 Aloha 2005 Fort Worth 003 Tangerine 2008 Insight 1975 Sun 2005 Fort Worth 1961 Bluebonnet 1948 Orange 2008 Orange 1992 Aloha 1981 Hall of Fame 1975 Sun 1973 Liberty 1948 Orange 1995 Aloha 1948 Orange 1961 Bluebonnet 2005 Fort Worth 1973 Liberty 1981 Hall of Fame


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Bates IV, Bazie S Baughman, Wesley FB Bausch, Frank C Bausch, James FB Beach, Ormand (Capt.) FB Beal, Michael DT Bean, Isaiah DE Beaman, Jay G/T Beck, Johnny PK Becker, James C Becker, Tom P Beeson, Terry LB Begay, Les DE/LB Beggs, Gregory C Bell, Arnold E/G Bell, Beau LB Bell, Dino TB Bell, Kerwin TB Bell, Terry WR Bell, William E. E Bell, William S. K Bender, Peyton QB Bergin, John HB Berry, Derek S Berry, Tony DB Bernhardt, Roger G Bertsch, Albert LB Bertuzzi, Richard RB Beshears, D.J. WR Bethke, Brian QB Biere, Tim TE Bird, Ivory G Birhiray, Bobby DB Bishop, Kenneth FB Bishop, Lloyd E Bishop, Pat DT Bixler, Lester (Capt.) T Black, Charles T. (Capt.) QB Black, Frank C Black, Fred RB Blackwell, Brian LB Blaine, William Blakeney, Marlin DB Blakesley, Caleb DL Blaser, Wolf TE/DT Blasi, Donald E/T Blasi, William G/T Blevins, Tony (Capt.) DB Blochberger, Carl T Bloomfield, Clyde QB Blowey, Richard HB Boateng, Matthew CB Boeger, Roger QB Bogue, Jerold QB Bohn, Michael QB Bolton, Andrew DL Bond, James HB Bonner, Spencer DB Booker, Jeremiah WR Booker, John CB Bookman, Leo S Boone, John E/T Booth, Khristopher OT Borello, Phil QB Bosilevac, Fred T Bostick Jr., Earl TE/OL Botsford, Horace Bouda, Dave QB Bourbon, Brandon RB Boushka, James WR Boutz, James Bowen, Charley DB Bowen, Clint FS Bowen, Russ OG Bower, Paul WR Bower, Ray T/C Bowers, Tim LB Bowles, Mitch RB Bowman, James CB Boydston, Ace T Boydston, Benny G Boyer, Mark LB Boykin, Deral DB Bracelin, Donald E Bragg, Jacob OL Bramlage, Edwin RB Bramwell, Willis (Capt.) T/C Brandeberry, James FB Brannan, Thomas E Branstetter, Jacob PK Brant, Chris DL Bratten, Steve LB Brawley, Mark HB Brazil, James C/T Bredesen, Rick LB Breese, Harris E Brehm, John WR/P Brenner, Bruce E Brew, Dorian CB


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Dahl, Grant G/T Dahlene, Oscar FB Dahlin, Gary E Daigenault, Charles E Dambach, Travis OL Damiani, Tony OL Dangerfield, Deron S Daniels, James FB Dannenberg, Kenneth B Darton, Matt OL Davenport, Gary DE/LB David, James DB David, Richard T Davidson, Alan G Davidson, Ellis C Davidson, Lewis C Davies, Charles T Davies, John Davis, Anthony CB Davis, Ben RB Davis, Charles DB Davis, DeeIsaac DT Davis, Don OLB Davis, Donald QB Davis, Greg FB Davis, Jim T Davis, Lee G Davis, Ronnie CB Davis, Timothy RB Davis, Van QB Davison, Andrew DB Davison, William G Dawson, Hilton LB Day, Dudley G DeBey, Albert G Decker, William QB Dedeaux, Bradley TE Deer, John E Dees, Elwyn G Defense, Hasan CB/S Delaney, Carl E Demerritte, Rodney DB Dennis, Charlie DE Dennis, Clarence RB Dennis, Foster G Dent, Randall OL Dercher, Dan DT Dercher, Lawrence E/T Desmond, William G Detwiler, John (Capt.) RB Dezir, Jacky DT DiBernardo, Randy LB DiBiase, Thomas RB Dick, George (Capt.) E Dickerson, John RB Dickerson, Rob P Dickey, Joe RB Dierking, Marc LB Diggs, John LB Dillon, Fedro T Dineen, Jay LB Dineen Jr., Joe (Capt.) LB Dinkel, Thomas (Capt.) LB Dinnel, Mike DL Diven, Lyman RB Dixon, King DB Dobson, Frederick E Dodds, Frank G Doherty, Ron K Dole, Robert E Donald, Prentiss (Capt.) T Donohoe, Kelly QB Doran, Clifton FB Dorsey, Patrick DT Doughty, Philip E Douglas, Hugh T Douglas, Maurice RB Douglas, Steve DT Douglass, Clarence FB Douglass, Robert QB

1926-27 1962-64 1958-60 2008 1941-42, 46-47 2014-15 2012 1977-79 1973-76 1896 1985 1906-08 1938-40 2000 2012, 14-15 1997-98 2002-03 1966, 68-69 1908-09 1964 1944 2003-06 2002 2013 1911-12 1944 2005, 07-08 1969-70 1973 1959-61 1921-23 1909-11 1924-26 1904 1904 2008-11 1910-11 1993-95 2016-17 1991-94 1963, 65 1997 1984-87 1929-30 2014 1979, 82 1993-94 1998-2001 1920 1979-80 1944-45 1963 1934-35 2007-10 1961 1932-34 2017-18 1911 1981-83 2001-02 1906-08 1917 2011-13 1995-98 1965-67 1918 1912-14 2015-17 1979 1966 1941-43 1945 1985 1943 2004-05 1984 1972-74 2018 2014-15, 17-18 1974-77 1987 1936-38 1988-91 1890-91 1901 2010-13 1942, 44 1903-06 1986-89 1974 2009-11 1961-63 1927 1988-90, 92 1991 1935-37 1966-68

Doyle, Chris Doyle, Michael Drake, John Drayton, Kenny Dreher, Richard Drumm, Robert Duckworth, Kendall Dudley, Drew Duff, Gary (Capt.) Dumm, Chester Dumm, Ray Duncan, Reggie Dunne, David Dvork, Robert Dwyer, Nate (Capt.) Dyer, James Dyer, Zach (Capt.)

LB DE T WR G C/T LB LB RB E RB RB OT E NT RB QB/S

1998-2000 1966-68 1954-56 1988-91 1943 1948-49 2015 2007-10 1962-64 1892 1931-33 2000-01 1987 1945 1998-2001 1889-91 2000-03

E

Eaglowski, Joseph G 1955 Eanes, C.J. WR 1984-85 Ediger, Gregory (Max) RB 1976-78 Edwards, Emmett WR 1972-74 Edwards, Thurman E 1965 Egnatic, Edward T 1946 Ehambe, Josh DE 2015-17 Eichloff, Dan P/PK 1990-93 Eilerts, Roland E 1948-49 Eiseman, Fred T 1961-62 Elder, Frederick T 1962-64 Elder, Robert QB 1900-01 Elias, Jeffrey E 1964-66 Elliott, Steve FB 1973, 75 Ellis, Carl T 1948-49 Ellis, Ralph E 1901 Elmer, Charles RB 1966 Elwell, Charles 1885-86 Embree, Connor WR/PR 2013 Emerson, James G/T 1975-77 Endecott, Orace RB 1944-45 Englebrake, Michael G 1973-74 Enneking, Chris C 1996-99 Erb, Greg DB 1997-99 Estabrook, Robert T 1979 Estell, Richard WR 1982-85 Etchen, Frank T 1902 Etienne, Leo (Capt.) LB 2001-02 Ettinger, Don RB/T 1941, 46-47 Ettinger, Jim QB 1968-69 Ettrick, Marc OLB 1990 Evans, Dale C 1967-69 Evans, Denzell RB 2016 Evans, Jerry DB 1970-72 Evans, Ray D. DB 1979-80 Evans, Ray R. (Capt.) RB 1941-42, 46-47 Exline, Ralph C 1963

F

Fairchild, Derek LB Fairchild, Larry C Fairchild, Paul G Fairs, Evan WR Fallin, Miles QB Fambrough, Don (Capt.) G Fast, John RB Faulkner, Donald G Feaster, Denzel S Feder, Kevin OL Feller, Donald RB Fender, James E Fenlon, Andy LB Fenton, Billy QB Ferguson, Jay LB Fette, Chad TE Fetty, Carlos E Fields, Arnold SS/FB Fields, Dexton WR Fields, Harvey RB Fine, Derek (Capt.) TE Fink, Ed FB Fink, Jack G Fink, Joseph C/G Fischer, David E Fischer, Howard C Fisher, Michael FB/T Fisher, Mike CB Fisher, Paul RB/QB Fisk, Carroll RB Fiss, Galen FB Fiss, Lawrence FB/E Fiss, Robert C Fitch, Kenneth (Capt.) G Fitch, Thomas (Capt.) DB Fitzgerald, Linus QB/RB Fitzpatrick, William Flachsbarth, Lance LB Flachsbarth, Leland QB Fleeman, Brad PK Fleishman, John E

1993-95 1962-64 1981-83 2016-17 2018 1946-47 1914-16 1943 2015-16, 18 2018 1957 1975 1982 1965-66 1998-99 1989-90, 92 1928-29 1984-85 2005-08 1981-85 2004-07 2011-12, 14 1947 1951-53 1948 1946-49 1960-61 1986 1928-30 1908 1950-52 1954 1978-80 1958-60 1975-77 1915 1896 1988-91 1959, 61-62 1988-89 1903-04

Fletcher, Charles 1894 Fletcher, David T 1977-79 Fletcher, Kapil DT 2014-15 Floodman, Banks (Capt.) LB 2001-05 Florrell, Nate QB 1990-91 Floyd, Homer (Capt.) RB 1956-58 Fluker, John G 1940-41 Fontenot, Tyrus LB/FB 1996-99 Foote, Roger RB 1978, 80-82 Ford, DeAnte CB 2016-18 Ford, Deondre QB 2015-16 Ford, Frank E 1909 Ford, Josh WR 2012-13 Forsyth, Charles RB 1953 Forte, Phil DL 1983-86 Forter, Sam RB 1907 Fortier, Richard LB 1967 Fortier, Robert G 1968 Foster, Dean 1891-92, 94-95 Foster, Herbert B 1945 Foster, Jeff WR 2005-07 Foster, Lewis (Capt.) QB 1916-18 Foster, Marvin FL 1970-72 Foster, Nathaniel G 1894-96 Foster, Rob LS 1985-87 Foster, Steven LB 2008-10 Foster, William 1891 Fowler, Rodney FS 2003-05 Fox, Jeffrey T 1979-80 Foy, Earl T 1929-31 Foy, Ryan WR 1994-95 Fraker, Ray 1920-23 Francisco, John RB 1955-57 Franklin, Eric DB 1975 Frazier, Antione OL 2016-18 Frederick, Charles G 1890-91 Frederickson, A. 1891 Freeman, Jeremy LB 2001 Freese, Clyde T 1921, 23 French, Clarence RB 1946-49 Friday, Hosea TE 1993-96 Friday, Paul DB 1988-91 Friess, Timothy (Capt.) DE 1978-80, 82 Fritch, John OG 1988-89 Fritts, Delmar QB 1926-27 Frost, Austin T 1915-17 Fry, Jake RB 1939-40 Frye, Bernard CB 1988 Fulton, Termaine WR 1997-98, 2000-01 Fusimalohi, Ngalu OL 2013-14

G

Gaddie, Maurice DB Gagen, Donovan P Galbreath, Eric FB Gale, Robert FL Gamble, Guy DL/LB Games, Moses E Gant, Len DL Garber, John G/RB Garcia, Joe K Gardner, Michael LB Gardner, Stanley NT Garner, Milt DB Garnett, Sherrel T Garrett, Collin LB Garrett, Curtis FB Garrett, George E Gasaway, Byron WR Gaughan, Tom T Gavin, Wyn E Gay, Matt WR Gay, Michael G/T Gear, George E/B Gearhart, Herbert G Gentry, Robert DB George, Robert RB Geraghty, Mark DB Gerhards, William FB Geroux, David RB German, James DE Giannangelo, Joseph RB/QB Gibas, Collin LS Gibbens, Chester RB/QB Gibbens, Denzel RB Gibson, Frank T Gibson, Joe OL Gilbertson, Jospeh OL Gillespie, Lester RB Gillispie, Samuel Gilman, Joseph QB Gish, Merlin C Githens, Robert C Glasgow, Justin OT Glatczak, Michael S Goldenberg, Jordan LS Golub, Christopher (Capt.) DB Gonzalez, LaQuvionte WR Good, Costello FB

1994-96 2018 1993-96 1974 1984, 86 1895, 97 1983 1963-64 1997-2000 1972-73 1979-80 1984-87 1949-50 2011 1988 1969 1998, 2000-02 1970-71 1898-99 1989-92 1977-79 1945 1936-37 1981-82 1943 1969-71 1963-65 1982 1977 1934-36 2011 1939 1939-41 1955-57 2014-16 2018 1915 1892 1948-49 1950-52 1941-42 1996-98 2014-15 2015 1974-76 2016 1993-94


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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Hodges, Warren T Hoesing, Robert RB Hogan, Joe QB Hogan, William QB Hogg, Archie RB Holani, Isi DT Holderman, Fred Holland, Smith OG Holliday, George RB Holloman, Amonte DE Holloman, Ervin DT Holloway, James T Holloway, Johnny WR Holmes, J.J. DT Holmes, Tyler DL Holt, Dale DB Holt, Dick MLB Holt, Hobart RB Holt, James LB Homolka, Cullen RB Homolka, Josh LB Hood, Zack OL Hooks, Maurice FB Hoover, Ray LB Horkmans, David Horn, Bryan DE Horn, William RB Hornback, Joe C Horner, Thomas G/T Hornung, Byron WR Hornung, George C/G Hosack, William TE Householder, Victor RB Houston, Dewey DT/TE Howard, Bryan OL Howard, Cavan LB Howard, Gavin OL Howard, Guy (Capt.) OLB Howerton, David T Hubach, Michael K/P Hubbard, Robert G Huddleston, Arthur G Hudson, Paul QB Hudspeth, Bobby T Hughes, Chris OL Hughes, Larry OL Hull, James T Hull, Louis C Humphrey, Caperton FB Humphrey, Elmer E Hundelt, Bill OT Hunt, Dameon OG Hunt, Tyler FB/LB Hunt, William DB Hunter, Grant T Hunter, Sam T Hurst, David TE/OG Hutchens, Eddie DB

I

Ice, Steven DB Idol, Milward Idoux, John G Imwalle, Scott OG Ingram, Tertavian WR Irvin, Derrick WR Irvin, Leroy DB Ise, Charles RB Isham, Steve G Ivey, Carl DB

J

Jablonski, Blake H/QB Jack, William T Jackson, James TE/LB Jackson, John RB/E Jackson, Marquis WR Jakobcic, Rudolph G James, Darley (Capt.) T/G James, Philip Jarrett, James RB Jarvis, Chuck OL Jaynes, David QB Jeffers, Reilly LS Jenkinson, J. (Capt.) RB Jennings, Drue DB Jessie, Ronnie WR Jewett, Frank T Jobbins, Justin TB Johner, Matt QB Johnson, Ben TE Johnson, Buford LB Johnson, C. I. Johnson, Chaka RB Johnson, Charles RB Johnson, Clyde DB Johnson, Dion DT Johnson, Don T

1941-42 1956 2003 1946-47 1890-91 2016, 18 1923 1988-90 1912 1985 2000-01 1939-40 1985 2017-18 2014 1968-70 1992-95 1915 2005-08 2003-05 2002-03 2003-06 1987-89 1986-87 1897 1980-81 1956 1993 1956 1988 1963-65 1973-75 1914 1994-97 1985, 87 1988 2011-13 1990-93 1974 1976-79 1953-54 1890-92 1890 1965 2017-18 2015-17 1955-57 1917 2017-18 1934 1986-89 1996-99 2010-12 1966-68 1940, 42 1944 1999-2002 1967-68 1979 1918 1948-50 1989-91 2008, 10 1994 1976-79 1903-05 1984, 86-87 2000-01 2012-13 1939-40 1975, 77-79 1966-68 2011 1968-69 1913-15 1968 1959-61 1997-2000 1971-73 2012-14 1899-1902 1967 1969-70 1891 1989 1995-97 2014-17 1978 1931 1990-92 1893 1983 1996-99 1942

Johnson, Hassan Johnson, Hugh (Capt.) Johnson, Isaiah Johnson, J.J. Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Jr., Kerr Johnson, Kyron Johnson, Michael Johnson, Moderick Johnson, Remuise Johnson, Richard Johnson, Robert Johnson, Steven Johnson, Tedarian Johnson, Thomas (Capt.) Johnson, Wardell Jolaoso, J.J. Jones, Adrian (Capt.) Jones, Chris Jones, Chuck Jones, Daryl Jones, Earnest (E.J.) Jones, Gregory Jones, John (Capt.) Jones, Jonathan Jones, Liam Jones, Manolito Jones, Marc Jones, Marcellus Jones, Paul (Capt.) Jones, Richard Jones, Rod Jones, Steve Jones, Timothy Jones, Vearl Jordon, Matt

K

WR T S OLB K E WR LB RB WR DB DT WR LB DL QB RB RB TE DE DE DT RB TE/G OG WR K DB TE WR T/G QB OT DE WR T CB

Kabler, Jess T Kabler, Levi RB Kahn, Eric P/K Kallmeyer, Kenneth (Bruce) K Kamara, Azur DE Kampert, George T Kampschroeder, Halley QB Kande, Prinz DB/LB Kane, Herbert Kane, Kevin (Capt.) LB Kaufman, Hunter WR Kay, Morris (Capt.) RB Keating, Con QB Keeler, Eric LB Keeling, Ross C Keith, Charlton DE Kell, Kenneth QB Keller, Charles G Kelley, Pat RB Kemp, Jerome S Kemp, Lawrence RB Kennard, George G Kennaw, Michael TE Kennedy, Albert (Capt.) QB Kennedy, Archie E Kennedy, Max E Kerbel, Dennis K Kern, Julius G Kern, William T Kerns, Kurt OT King, Corey DT King, Franklin DT King, Gerald DE King, Nigel WR King, Orville T Kinner, Ke’aun RB Kinsey, Mario QB Kinzie, John (Capt.) QB Kinzie, Wilbur (Capt.) RB Kipp, Cory DT Kirschbaum, Craig T Kirshman, Stanley (Capt.) T Kissell, Spencer FB Kite, Maurice E Klemp, Louis K Klusman, Logan LS Knighton, Chase WR Knighton, Kyle DE Knoff, Kurt DB Knowles, Richard T/G Koehly, Joe RB Koncz, Mark DT Konek, Pete RB Kopp, Kevin DT Kosko, John S Kovatch, Richard (Capt.) DE Krattli, Tom QB Kraus, Robert (Capt.) G Krebs, Rollo T

2004-05 1946-48 2013-14 1995-98 1985 1965-66 2017-18 2017-18 1963-65 2003 2002-03 2008-11 1981-83 2008-11 2013-14 1908-10 1976-77 2016 2000-03 1993-96 2003 1993 1981-83 1976 1991-94 2013 2017-18 1995-97 2006-07 1999-2002 1917-21 1970 1992-95 1975-76 1978 1965 1999-2002 1916 1910-11 2014-15 1980-83 2018 1919 1964-66 2010-11, 13 1913 2002-05 2018 1951-53 1961-62 1984 1913-15 2004-05 1932, 34 1943-44 1982-84 2003-06 1979-80 1949-51 1979-80 1895-97 1931 1945 1975 1939-41 1940 1986 2015 1975-78 1970-72 2014 1961 2015-16 2001 1891-92 1890-92 2002-03 1982-83 1958-61 1967 1930-31 1987 2016-17 2011 2003 1972-75 1952-54 2000 1987-89 1951-52 1993-96 2005 1973-75 1974 1955-57 1899

J A Y H A W K

2004 1923-25 1919-20 1900, 02-05 1902, 05-06 2007-08 1915 1939-40 1999-2001 2014-15 2018 1893 1964, 66 2001-02 1991-94 1986 2014 2004-05, 07 1894 2008-11 1968-69 1987-89 2014-15 1978-79, 81 1926-28 1969 1970-71 2009-12 2012 1940 2018 2000-01 1934-35 2002-04 2013 1914-15 1970-71 1965-66 2011-14 1978 1909-11 1903-05 1918 1954-56 1970-72 1951-52 1912, 14 2018 1991-94 1979 1983-85 1973 1896 1993-95 1908 2002-03 2004-07 1976 1985-87 1974 2015 2016-18 2005-08 1957 2011, 13 1969-71 1964-65 1952-53 1895-97 1894, 96 1899-1901 1894 1901-04 1983 1967-69 2003-05 1976-79 1921-23 1999-2000 1940 1997 1998-2000 1894 1958-60 1988-91 2011 1989-92 1977-78, 81 1964 1942 1943-45 1966-67 1981 1950-52 1918 1923-24 1972-73 1953

C H A L K

Hadl, John (Capt.) RB/QB 1959-61 Hadley, Herbert G 1927 Hafford, Thomas RB 1933 Hageman, Fred (Capt.) C 1959-60 Hagen, Robert RB 1940-41 Hager, Jay DL 1984 Hale, George 1920-21 Haley, Eldon G 1922-24 Hall, Edward RB 1938-40 Hall, Edwin QB 1933 Hall, Hudson LB 2015, 17-18 Hall, Jack C 1936-37 Halpin, Edward 1923-25 Hamill, Bertrand (Capt.) G 1892-93, 96-98 Hamilton, Dwight (Capt.) QB 1925-27 Hammers, Burt E 1932-34 Hammers, James E 1932-33 Hammond, John C/T 1913, 15 Hammond, Roger G 1975-76 Hammonds, Freddie OLB 1995 Hampton, Quan WR 2017 Hanak, Jeremy DE 1996-99 Hancock, Tanner WR 1997-98 Handley, John RB 1953-55 Hannon, Zach OL 2017 Hanson, Gilbert E 1930-32 Hantla, Robert (Capt.) T/G 1951-53 Hapgood, George QB/RB 1934-36 Hardacre, Forrest RB/E 1935-37 Harder, Kevin DB 1983-86 Hardman, Paul G/E 1940-42 Hardy, Clemment T 1924 Hardy, Travis DB/DE 1982-85 Harkless, Kevin DB 1985 Harmon, Harlan G 1945 Harper, Kendrick CB 2007-08 Harper, Troy OT 1994 Harrell, Chase WR 2016-17 Harrington, George RB/E 1936 Harris, Chris CB 2007-10 Harris, Corione CB 2018 Harris, David D. RB 1957-59 Harris, David M. P 1971-73 Harris, David R. DB 1978, 80 Harris, Fred QB 1933-35 Harris, Harold DE 1991-94 Harris, Jamie DB 1995-98 Harris, Jason DB 1994-97 Harris, Roderick WR 2010 Harris, Rodney DB/WR 1986-88 Harris, Rodney WR 1991-94

Harris, Rodney FS Hart, Eugene Hart, George C/T Hart, Harry A. QB Hart, Harry W. QB Hartley, Chet OG Hartley, Irwin Hartman, Herbert G Hartwig, Justin OT Hartzog, Bobby WR Harvey, Drew LB Harvey, Edward C Harvey, George G Harvey, John OG Harvey, Steve LB Harvey, Tony WR Harwell, Nick (Capt.) WR Haselhorst, Todd DL Hassig, John Hatch, Jeremiah OL Hatcher, James E Hatchett, Frank RB Haughton, Keyon OL Haus, Joe T/E Hauser, Harold (Capt.) E Hauser, Niles G Hawkins, Lee DB Hawkinson, Tanner OT Hawks, Brandon S Hayden, Irven QB Hayes, Kolin LS Hayes, Marquis DT Hayes, Rutherford QB Heaggans, Greg WR Heaps, Jake QB Heath, William E Heck, Daniel QB Heck, Steve T Heeney, Ben (Capt.) LB Hegwood, Earnest LB Heil, Roy QB Heinzman, Harry G Heizer, Charles RB Held, Joe E/RB Helmbacher, Robert K Helmstadtler, George T/G Helvern, Lewis C/G Hempstead Jr., Elmore CB Hempstead, Hessley OG Henderson, Kenneth LB Henderson, Mark FB Henderson, Patrick DE Henderson, Willis Henley, June RB Hennesy, Richard E Henry, Justin OL Henry, Marcus WR Henry, Robert G/T Henson, Stacy LB Hentges, David G Hentges, Matt WR Herbert, Khalil RB Herford, Marcus WR Hermick, Donald T Herod, Ricki WR Hertel, Richard DB/RB Hess, Charles QB Hess, Donald RB Hess, Henry RB Hess, Oscar RB Hess, William C Hester, Oran Hicks, Albert (Capt.) E Hicks, Darren CB Hicks, Emery (Capt.) LB/G Hicks, Marcus DB Higgins, Michael RB Higgins, Severt (Capt.) T/G High, Kareem CB Hill, Don G Hill, Hamilton QB Hill, Harrison (Capt.) WR Hill, Irving QB Hill, Roger RB Hill, Tim DB Hill, Tyler S Hilleary, Chip QB Hines, Jeffrey QB Hinshaw, Wallace QB/RB Hird, Carl E/T Hird, Wayne C Hixon, J.C. DB Hoag, Charles C. LB Hoag, Charles M. (Capt.) RB Hochuli, Ernest T Hodges, Alexander QB Hodges, Jerone T Hodges, Merle C

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1971-73 2012-15 2000-02 1970 2003-05 1987-89 1996 1970-71 1999, 2001 1960-62 2014-16 1985-87 1987-88 1938-39 1996-98 1914 2002-05 1981-83 2005-08 1945 1961 1934-36 1995-96 2008-09 1966-67 1966-68 1962 1901-03 1944 1987-88 1919 1930-32 1982-83, 85 1921-23 1946-49 1980 1893-94 1903 1912, 14-15 1961-62 1943 1997-2000 1895 1928 2004

HISTORY

Goode, Donald (Capt.) LB Goodman, Ben (Capt.) DL Goodrich, Barry WR Gorbett, Michael T Gordon, Charles (Capt.) WR/DB Gordon, David DL Gordon, John WR Gosa, Bill T Grady, Kyle OG Graham, Charles E Graham, Chevy CB Granderson, Johnny DB Grattan, David OG Graves, Vincent E Gray, Brian TE Gray, William RB Green, Clark RB Green, Darren WR Green, Gary RB/CB Green, Patrick RB Green, Richard TE Green, Wade (Capt.) G/E Greene, Adrian DT Greene, Jamal DT Greene, John G Greene, William G Greenlee, David E Greenlee, John G Gregory, Lee B Gregory, Troy DB Gress, Roy C Gridley, Bernard RB Griffin, Dane LB Griffin, Melvin G Griffith, Forrest (Capt.) RB Griffith, William G/T Griffiths, Walter G Griggs, Adessie Groft, Andrew G/T Groves, Michael G Gruden, Frank T Gulley, Jason TE Gump, Fred Gump, Robert G Guzman, Garrett WR


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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Kreutzer, Robert C Krueger, Max E/QB Kullberg, Steve TE Kullman, Carl G Kurtenbach, Nick RB Kutz, William Kvaternik, Zvonimir G Kyles, Augusta G

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Lacey, Von DL Lacy, Brandon DE Lamb, Jonathan S/WR Lamkin, Dorwin T Lamping, Henry RB Lane, Raymond RB Lane, Santana CB Langford, Cecil C Laptad, Jake DE Larson, John DE Laslett, Howard (Capt.) E Lassiter, Kwamie FS Lassiter II, Kwamie WR Latimore, Denver TE Lattin, Clarence T Laub, Robert RB Laughlin, Henry (Capt.) FB Lawellin, Samuel T Lawrence, Arthur RB Lawrence, Beau OL Lawrence, David (Capt.) T Laws, Clarence DE Lawson, Stephen T Lea, Eugene LeClair, Andrew LB Ledford, Larry G Lee, Edwin T Lee, Mike S Leighty, William C Leiker, Tony RB Lemon, Michael LB Lemster, Devon RB Lenhart, William T Leo, Tom G Leoni, Paul E Letcavits, James E Letourneau, Jake DB Levine, L.T. RB Lewandowski, Pat DL/OL Lewis, Dakota LB Lewis, Danny OL Lewis, Edward DB Lewis, John RB/T Lewis, Mike RB Lewis, Rell RB Lewis, Robert G Lewis, Sal DB Licursi, Dave WR Licursi, Rob WR Lieppman, Keith DB Lies, Michael OT Lindsey, Adrian (Capt.) RB/QB Linquist, Edwin RB Linton, Dexter DB Linville, Aubrey R/RB Lipscomb, Brian DE Lissak, Mark QB Litteken, Jay RB Little, Harley RB Little, James DB Little, Walter WR Livingstone, John QB Lofton, Undra DB Logan, Roland G Lohsen, B.J. P Lomax, Darris LB Lonborg, Arthur (Dutch) E/QB Lonborg, John C Loncar, John G Loneker Jr., Keith LB Loneker Sr., Keith OT Long, Jeff WR Long, Kevin TE/QB Long, Maciah TE/LB Long, Mike LB Long, Vergil T Lousch, Larry G Louthan, James G Love, Jake LB Love, Jay G/RB Love, Michael K Lovett, John G/RB Lowery, Dale C Luavasa, Jack TE Lueken, Ben OL Luke, Brian QB Lukinac, Charles E/RB Lundy, Joseph T Lupher, Dave RB/QB

1965-67 1921-23 1998-99 1925-27 2004-05 1890-93 1931-33 1977-80 1984, 86-87 2001-02 2003-06 1944 1949-50 1956 2001 1944-45 2007-10 2006-08 1916, 18-19 1992-94 2017-18 2002-03 1925-26 1934 1950-51, 54 1915 1927-29 2016 1977, 79-81 2001 1968-70 1944 1998-99 1963 1947-48 2016-18 1901 1961-63 1973-74 1934 1938-39 1955 1951-52 1955-57 2000-02 1992-95 2011-14 2007-08, 10 2002-03 1973-75 1957-59 1999 2009, 11 1956 1984 1989 1990-92 1969-70 1996-98 1914-16 1940-42 2011-13 1949-51 2018 1976 1989 1920 1977-79 1976-77 1904 1985, 86 1927-29 1987-89 1997, 99-2000 1917-20 1922-23 1981-83 2016-18 1989-92 1984 2003 2016 1984, 86-88 1941-42 1959-60 1901-02 2012-14 1902 1973-75 1909 1941 2018 2008 2002-05 1958-59 1951-53 1919

Luschen, Jack G Luster, Gary DB Lutton, Lyle C Lutz, Frank Lyman, Steward (Capt.) RB Lynch, Frank G/E Lynch, William RB/T

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Mace, William G Mack, Walter RB Mackie, George RB Macklin, Jon OT Madden, Rodney DB Madison, Johnny B Magill, Robert QB Mailen, Norman RB Malavasi, William LB Mallon, Dale RB Maloy, D.H. Mandeville, Frank RB Maney, Robert RB Mann, De’Andre RB Mann, Matt OL Manning, James QB/E Manning, John QB Marcum, Dave LS Margheim, Paul DT Marrongelli, Trevor OL Marsh, Ronald G Marshall, Garland RB Marshall, James RB Marshall, Robert (Capt.) QB Marshall, William T Martin, Damon OL Martin, Donald E Martin, Robert E. G/T Martin, Robert F. DB Martin, Taylor RB Martin, Walter RB Martin, Webb Martindale, Lloyd TE Martinek, Douglas G Martinovich, Michael OL Marxen, Frank T Marxmiller, Rex B Masaniou, Joe DG Mascarello, John (Capt.) G Mason, Edward E Mason, Lindsey T Masoner, Paul B Masoner, Richard E Massare, Quido G Mathies, Eric DT Matterson, William T Matthews, Christian WR Mattox, Marvin DB Maumalanga, Chris (Capt.) DE Maura, Brian WR/LB Mayberry, Kyle CB Mayer, Robert E Mayes, Adrian OL Mazyck, Larry OL McAdam, John T McAdams, Carl RB McAnderson, Brandon (Capt.) RB McAuliffe, Richard DB McBride, Victor P/H McBurrows, Gerald CB McCabe, Scott DL McCaleb, Willie DE McCall, Tommy G McCamy, Scott RB McCarroll, John DB McCarter, Duane G McCarthy, Lynn (Capt.) E McCarty, Virgil McCaslin, Nick OL McCauley III, Clyde OL McCay, Justin WR McClendon, Harold RB McClinton, Curtis (Capt.) RB McClinton, James (Capt.) DL McCord, Jeff K McCormack, Michael (Capt.) T McCormick, George E McCoy, Frank RB McCoy, John DE McCoy, Johnny CB McCoy, Michael G McCracken, Clark LB McCraney, Joseph G McCray, John T McCue, Charles RB McCullough, Jeremiah S McDaniel, Mike C McDaniel, Willie T McDermott, Sean TE/LS McDonald, Andrew QB/E

1950 1980 1934-36 1892 1927-29 1909-10 1965-67 1949-50 1979-81 1925-26 1996 1982 1929-31 1912 1958-60 1981-82 1949 1913 1917-20 1928-29 2014-15 2005 1974 1931-33 1989-92 1975-76 2009-12 1962-64 1932 1961-62 1956-58 1951, 53 2013 1954-56 1915-16 1971, 73 2015-17 1912 1913 1969-70 1962 2009-11 1918-19 1945 1983 1975-77 1918 1975-77 1936-38 1963 1938-40 1994 1892-94 2010-11, 13 1984-87 1990-93 2011, 13 2016-17 1952 2005, 07-08 2014-15 1981 1920-22 2004-07 1975 2011 1991-94 1988-90 2018 1930, 34-35 1975 1977-78, 80 1945 1955-57 1904, 06 2004 2015, 17-18 2013-14 2002-03 1959-61 2004-07 1994-96 1948-50 1928 1904 2003 2001-02 1970-71 2003-04 1978 1979 1956-57 2018 1971-73 1967 1995-97, 99 1920-22

McDonald, Anthony LB 2012 McDonald, Clifford RB 1947-49 McDonald, Dexter CB 2011, 13-14 McDougald, Bradley WR/S 2009-12 McFarland, John QB/C 1953-54 McFarland, Roger (Capt.) QB 1960-62 McGee, Sandy WR 1983, 85 McGonagle, Scott DB 1979 McGowan, George E 1968-69 McGraw, Brett NT 1994-97 McGrew, Harden T 1940 McGriff, Erick WR 2010 McIntosh, Terry RB/QB 1954, 56 McKenna, John RB 1901 McKinney, Ty DL 2013 McKone, Jean RB 1915 McKown, Larry QB 1957-58 McLean, John E 1922-23 McMichael, Scott QB 1974-76 McMillan, David (Capt.) DE 2001-04 McMillian, Gordon G 1926-27 McMurray, Arthur RB 1893 McNaughton, Malcolm RB 1905 McNeeley, Robert DB 1978-81 McNorton, Kyle LB 1978-81 McNulty, Ted TE 2010-11 McNutt, Lynne QB 1946-47 McQueen, Kameron WR 2017-18 Mead, Forrest QB 1906 Meade, Steven T 1941 Mears, John DB 1969 Mecham, Quinn QB 2010-11 Medford, Jacky G/T 1967 Mehrer, David LB 1979-82 Mehringer, Peter T 1931-33 Meier, Kerry QB/WR 2006-09 Meier, Milton B 1937 Mendell, Melville T 1891-92 Mercer, John LB 1973 Merkel, Monte T 1938-41 Merritt, Gerry RB 1957-58 Mestan, Steve LB 2010-11 Meyn, Fred C 1915 Micek, Sidney QB 1962-64 Michaels, James WR 1974-76 Michaels, Ronald RB 1959-61 Michaelson, Manley C 1903-04 Mickens, Lester WR 1978-80 Miles, Schyler LB 2012-13, 15 Miller, Adam OT 1999 Miller, Daniel RB 1965 Miller, Darrian RB 2011, 13 Miller, Delvin DB 1978-80 Miller, Edward T 1943 Miller, Frank RB 1912 Miller, Grant E 1957 Miller, Ralph RB 1938-39, 41 Miller, Robert A. RB 1943 Miller, Robert L. (Capt.) RB 1972-74 Miller, Jr., Tyrone CB 2015-18 Miller, William RB 1905-07 Mills, Derick WR 2000-03 Mills, James G 1959-61 Millweard, T.J. QB 2014-15 Milton, Charles C 1912 Milton, Sidney G/C 1904-07 Mimbs, Robert RB 1982-84 Mims, Zach LB/DE 2003-04 Miner, Jean C 1916 Mitchell, Bruce T 1969-71 Mitchell, Jud QB/DB 1974-76 Mitchell, Ray S 2011 Mitchell, Robert OLB 1989-92 Modrcin, William RB 1949 Moeder, Ty DE 1990-92 Moffett, Charles RB 1943-44, 47-48 Moller, Kevin LB 1989 Monroe, Dick C 1947-48 Monroe, Terry T 1947 Montgomery, Harold T 1965-67 Moody, O.C. 1894 Moody, Ralph (Capt.) RB 1953-55 Moody, Robert 1891-93 Moore, Clyde G 1934 Moore, Curtis (Capt.) LB 1987-90 Moore, Emmanuel WR/S 2015-18 Moore, Jim TE 1993-96 Moore, Kyle DT 1990-92 Moore, Robert E/T 1945 Moore, Wade RB 1899 Moos, Cole P 2016-17 Moragne, Darrius DE 2018 Moreland, Howard G 1935-37 Morgan, David RB 1966-68 Morgan, John (Capt.) G/C 1973-75 Morris, Donnie RB 1970 Morris, Duane QB/RB 1957-59 Morris, Jim E 1939 Morris, Kendall RB 2018

Morrison, Thomas DE Morrow, Kenneth QB Morrow, William RB Mortensen, Joe LB Morton, Harry Mosby, Damani DE Mosby, James T Moses, Austin WR Mosher, William RB Mosier, John E Mosse, Arthur (Capt.) G Mott, James C Moulton, Fay RB Mount, Russell Mowery, William QB Mrkonic, George G/T Mudge, Richard DB Mudloff, Donald G Mueller, Alex K Mueller, Kurt T Muhammed, Sadiq DB Mullins, Richard E Mullins, William G/T Mundine, Jimmay TE Munkres, John G Munson, M.R.B. Murph, Brian WR Murphy, Chaz OLB Murphy, Clifford RB Murphy, Harry DB Murphy, John G Murphy, Kevin WR Murphy, Ryan CB Musick, Lewis G Mustard, John Myers, Isaiah RB Myers, Thomas G

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Naramore, John Natsues, Stephen Nave, Steve Neal, Derrick Neighbors, Guy Nelloms, Jerome Nelson, Thomas Nelson, Wade Nesmith, Carl Nesmith, Dean Nesmith, Orlando (Capt.) Nettles, George (Capt.) New, Jim Newbrough, Dan Newman, Teddy Newson, Rob Niblo, Ray Nichols, Fred Nicks, Greg Nielsen, John Nielson, Chris Nielson, Harry (Capt.) Nofsinger, Rolla (Capt.) Nolen, Matt Normore, Clint Norris, Charles Norris, Darrell Norris, Delvin Norris, Moran Norris, Robert Norseth, Mike Nwabuisi, Austine

1977 1949 1945 2005-08 1900 2015-16 1922-23 2015-16 1902 1967-69 1895-98 1918 1898-99 1944 1943 1950-52 1972-74 1951 2011 1984 2005-07 1928-29 1923-25 2011-14 1967 1901 2005-06 1999-2000 1950-52 1975, 77-78 1977 1978-79 2008-10 1942 1891 1904-05, 08 1926-27

C E,T OG/DG WR/CB DT RB T G FS T QB/RB T WR LB DE DB RB RB C QB OL RB E G DB G E E RB G QB FB

1938-39 1969-70 1982-83, 85-86 2014-16 1980-81 1970-72 1950 1936 1999-2000 1933-35 1932-34 1917, 19-20 1988-91 1988-89 1986-87 1985, 87-88 1941 1902 2001-02 2003-04 1988 1915-17 1899-1902 1988-90 1987 1918 1948-49 1949 1997-2000 1973-74 1984-85 2001-04

Oakson, Thomas LB Oatis, Gary DT O’Brien, Mike C/T Ochoa, David (Capt.) OL Oddonetto, John OG Odell, John G Odle, Lason O’Doherty, Thomas T Oelschlager, Ronald RB O’Gara, Guy LB Ogbebor, Ozaze LB Ogletree, Marnez CB Oguntodu, Olaitan LB Olison, Benjamin WR Oliver, Steven T Olobia, Anthony DE Olson, Andrew T Olson, Rodney WR Omigie, Chris WR O’Neal, Charles E O’Neil, Richard E O’Neil, Robert E O’Neil, Vince RB Onyegbule, Maxwell DE Opurum, Toben RB/DE O’Quinn, Willie WR

1970-72 1989-90 1964-65 2003-06 1999-2000 1977 1900 1976-78 1962-64 1986-87 2015-18 2015-16 2006, 09-10 1967 1979-80 2015-16 1927-28 1977 2010-12 1949-50 1931-33 1940-41 1970-72 2007-09 2009-12 2008, 10

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QB/K QB G C T T QB OG

Q

Quast, Tyler Quatrochi, Peter Quick, Tommy Quigley, Angus Quigley, Ernest

R

LS C QB/WR RB RB

1963-65 1956-57 1993-94 1955-56 1954-55 1910-12 1988-91 1904-07 1916-17, 19 2012 1991-93 1927 2017-18 2017 1945 2010, 12 1906 1998 1991-94 1961-63 1984-86 2007-10 1900-01

S

Saathoff, Kenneth E Sabatini, Frank RB Salb, Karl DT Samuel, Peda (Capt.) WR Sanborn, Theodore E/T Sandefur, Carl E/T Sandefur, Edwin T Sanders, Mark RB Sanderson, John Sandifer, Richard QB Sands, Justin (Capt.) OT Sands, Tony RB Satore, Karl T Saulsbury, Hunter OL Saunders, Mavin TE Saunders, Seymour C/G Sayers, Gale (Capt.) RB Scanlan, John G Scanlon, Timothy DE Schaake, Elmer (Capt.) B Schaake, Ralph T,E Schaake, William (Capt.) E Schadler, Ryan RB Schenker, Kyle LB Schermer, Jake LB Schick, Doyle (Capt.) RB Schimenz, John E Schleicher, Jeffery TE Schmidt, Bob C Schmidt, Charles RB Schmidt, Dan (Capt.) C Schmidt, David (Capt.) E Schmidt, Edgar RB Schmidt, George RB/QB Schmidt, Kregg OL Schmidt, Walter C Schmitz, Galen DB/LB Schmitz, Leonard DT/G Schneider, Dave OG Schnellbacher, Otto (Capt.) E Schonewise, Quintin T Schopflin, Jack T

1961-63 1942 2015-16 1951-52 1956 1973 2000-02 1972 2018 1943, 45-46 1950-51 1992-95 1994 2004-07 1998-2001 1990 1903-04 1998-2001 1984-87 1954 1954-56 1957-59 2008-10 1995-97 1904-05 1999-2001 1973-74 2000-01 2005 2014-16 1951-52 1929-31 1963-65 1893 1904-07 1944, 49 2003-06 1976-77 1996-97 1904 1898-99 1916-18 1915, 19 2009-10 1969-70 2017-18 2002-05 1972, 74 1904 1956 1913-15 1902, 04 1956-58 1995-96 1970-72 1972-74 1951-53 1968-69 1986-88 1923-25 1949-51 1920 1993-96 1896-97 1953-54 1999-2002 1988-91 1963 2016-17 2018 1920-21 1962-64 1973-74 1969 1930-32 1939-41 1949-51 2015-18 1987 2006-09 1958-60 1944 1979-81 1997-2000 1969-71 1990-93 1945-48, 51 1927-29 1925, 27 2002 1956-58 1972-73 1974-75 1982 1942, 46-47 1981, 83-84 1927-29

Schrant, John T Schriner, Scott TB Schroeder, Arthur RB Schroeder, Herman G Schroll, John TE Schuler, Gordon G Schumm, Jim OT Schwab, James Schwartzburg, Dodge PK Schweda, Brian T Scott, Arthur OT Scott, Mitchell FB Scott, Robert C Scott, Thomas QB Scribner, William (Bucky) P Seigel, John T Semke, T.J. DL/FB Sendish, Cassius (Capt.) S Seurer Jr., Frank S Seurer Sr., Frank QB Seymour, Brian S Shank, Albert C Shanklin, Donald RB Shanks, James E/C Shannon, Joe DE/LB Shannon, John RB Shannon, Walter RB Sharp, Jake RB Sharp, Marc QB Sharpe, Lamar DE Shaw, Tevin S Shawger, Frederick G Shazor, Carl DB Sheats, Eddie DE Shellenberger, William RB Shelley-Smith, Jordan OL Shenk, Henry E Shepard, Alvin E Shepherd, JaCorey WR/CB Sheridan, Walter C Sherman, Adrian (Capt.) RB Sherwood, Eugene RB Sherwood, Floyd G Sherwood, Oscar G Shields, Warren LB/FB Shinn, Earl E Shinn, Michael (Capt.) E/T Shirk, Dave (Capt.) B Shive, Edison Short, Theodore B Shumaker, Jason FB Sibbernsen, James G Sihlanick, Michael G Silver, Lonsdale RB Simecka, Bennie C Simmons, Darrin P Simmons, Edward LB Simmons, KeyShaun DT Simmons, Mark WR Simmons, Shelton CB Simmons, Victor S/LB Simon, Loren RB Simons, Dolph G/P Simons, John DB/RB Simpson, Ernest Simpson, John Simpson, Lacey Simpson, Samuel E/RB Sims, James RB Sims Jr., Steven WR Sizemore, Nick FB Skahan, Robert QB Skepnek, William DT Sklar, Richard G Slyter, Mark OLB Small, Marvin E Smay, Cecil E Smay, Charles T Smiley, Trent TE Smith, Alex OT Smith, Ashaundai WR Smith, Bob OT Smith, Carnie QB Smith, Chris DB Smith, David DL Smith, Dylen QB Smith, Gerald Smith, Gregory DL Smith, Hugh RB Smith, James WR Smith, Jared C Smith, Kimball G Smith, Laverne RB Smith, Lubbock S Smith, Lynwood E Smith, Mac PK Smith, Mark TE Smith, Mathew Smith, Nick C

1900 1986 1928 1928 1970-72 1982-83 1970-72 1911 1984 1962-64 1973-75 2000-01 1902 1947 1980-82 1934-36 2014-15 2013-14 2016 1980, 82-83 2005, 07 1974-76 1966-68 1963 1971-72 1926-28 1923 2006-09 1975-76 1994, 96-97 2014-16 1966 2000 1971-72 1893 2014-16 1926-27 1892-93 2011-14 1940, 42 1890-91, 95 1942 1927 1927 1984, 86 1916-17 1962-63, 65 1936-38 1944 1944 2002 1970 1937-39 1898-99 1980, 82-84 1994-95 1980, 82-83 2017-18 2002-05 2003-04 2011-14 1918-20 1948-50 1951-52 1895-96, 98 1894-96 1898 1958-60 2010-13 2015-18 2011-13 1964-65 1972-73 1933-35 1990 1946-47 1929-30 1929-30 2011-12, 14 2008, 10 1992-95 1998, 2000-01 1930-32 1991-92 1984 1999-2000 1923 1977-78, 80-81 1960 1974-76 1993-96 1963, 65 1973-76 2009-12 1949-50 1986 1990 1892 1999-2001

J A Y H A W K

Radcliffe, James FB/NG 1979 Rader, John RB 1945 Ragon, Arthur T 1952 Ragone, Mike TE 2012 Ragsdale, James G 1978-79 Rambo, Hal E 1912 Ramsey, Floyd C/E 1928-30 Randall, Howard T 1909 Randall, Preston RB 2014-15 Randall, Reese RB 2016-18 Randle, Avery DB 1994-97 Randle, John RB/DB 2003-04 Randolph, John LB 1985-86 Raup, Allen RB 1926 Rawlings, Roger RB 1966-67 Rawls, Thad WR 1997 Ray, Murphy WR 1985, 87 Rayford, Dion DE 1998-99 Reber, John E 1913-15 Redd, Norman G/C 1954-55 Redhage, Jeff DE 1997, 99 Reed, Howard G 1905-08 Reed, Robert WR 1993-94 Reed, W. D. 1902 Reedy, Howard G 1915, 21 Reesing, Todd QB 2006-09 Reeves, Michael RB 1968 Reich, Gilbert QB 1952 Reich, Richard (Capt.) C/RB 1954-55 Reid, Nick (Capt.) LB 2002-05 Reid, Robert E 1963 Reid, Theodore E/RB 1916, 19-20 Relph, Ross T 1940 Remsberg, Dale E 1957-59 Remsberg, George RB/T 1954-55 Renko, Steve E 1938-39, 47 Renko, Steve QB 1963-64 Replogle, Max E 1936-38 Resby, Patrick S 2007-08 Resnick, Carl WR 1997 Reust, Andrew DB 1975-76 Reynolds, Albert E 1944 Reynolds, Michael DE 2011, 13-14 Rhodes, Jayson OL 2015-17 Rhule, Dan T 1937-39 Ribordy, Mesa OL 2016-17 Rice, William E. RB 1903-04, 07-08 Richardson, Charles C 1902 Richardson, Joseph B 1936-37 Richardson, Josh DE 2012 Richesson, Luke DB 1993-96 Richmond, Shaquille S 2016-18 Ricks, Ronald DB 1976-77 Rideau, Brandon (Capt.) WR 2001-04 Riegle, Warren (Capt.) E 1943-44 Rieth, Rich P 1986-87 Riggins, Franklin (Junior) RB 1966-68 Riggins, Robert (John) RB 1968-70 Riggins, William RB 1972-73 Rinehart, William RB 1949 Ringwood, Bruce LB 2004 Rivera, Mike LB 2005-08 Roach, Gregory T 1979, 81 Roach, Steven LB 1969-71 Robben, Robert E 1962-64 Robben, Roger FB 1988-91 Robbins, Roy E 1915 Roberson, Akili WR/QB 1997 Roberts, Alvin TE 1976 Roberts, Clay C 1952 Roberts, Cleve OG 1995-96 Roberts, Gene RB 1942

Roberts, Jay E Roberts, Joe RB Roberts, Marcquis LB Robertson, Jerry QB Robinson, Bobby RB Robinson, Delario WR Robinson, Glenn LB Robinson, Randolph LB Robinson, Stephon WR Robison, James QB/RB Rodgers, Jack QB Rodgers, Keith OLB Rodino, Brian OL Rodriquez, Cesar OT Roe, Quincy DB Rogan, Pat OLB Rogers, Jake G Rogers, Marcus (Capt.) LB Rogers, Mike TB Rogers, Myron E/T Rohde, Theodore RB Rohlf, Richard G Rojas, Alonso P Rooney, Shane TE Root, Charles T Rosalis, Gabe OT Ross, Erroll RB Ross, Roger WR Ross, Zach QB Rosser, Cameron LB/DE Rossman, Richard RB/G Rost, Otto (Capt.) G Roth, Gregory (Capt.) G Rothrock, Irwin RB Rouse, Carl (Capt.) E Rouse, Wallace T Roux, Dominic WR Rowe, Caleb DB Royal, Dean P Royer, Jacob G Royle, Claude Ruble, Mirle RB Ruble, Roland RB/G Rubles, Calvin CB Rucker, Richard RB Rui, Gabriel K Rus, Darren LB Rus, Steven DE/DB Russell, Charles Russell, Ernie RB Russell, Harlan QB Russell, Marion RB Russell, Thomas T/G Rutz, Ben QB Ryan, Martin (Capt.) T/DE

C H A L K

1928-30 1969-71 1929-31 1987 1990 1999 1915 1962 1970-72 1956-58 2013-14 1899 2008, 10 1912-13 1997-98 1984-87 2012-15 1936 1981-82 1942 1970 2010-12 2015-18 1945-48 2008-10, 12 1981-83 1997-99 1952-53 2003-04 1981 1928-29 1890 2001 1989-90 1984-85 1999-2000 1965 2007-09 1981-82 1942-43 1957-59 1988-91 2002-05 1970-72 1967 2015-17 1964-66 2010 2014-15 1902 1965-66 1933-35 1915 2010 1954-56 1933-35 1982 1891-95 2009-12 1983-85, 87 1939-40 2011-14 1964 1974, 77 1982 1974-76 1987 1931-33 1906, 08-09 1982-85 1931 2014-15 1993 1940-41 1902-05 1895, 97 1901-02 1894-95 1985-86 1951-53 1901-02 1907 1991-94 2012 1900 1910 1924-25 1981-83 1980-81

Pratt, Richard T Prelock, Edward T Preston, Asheiki QB Preston, David QB Preston, Robert T/G Price, William QB/E Priest, Jason DB Priest, Richard Pringle, James RB Prolago, Nick K Promrenke, Bret OLB Propernick, Anthony FB Prox, Dru LB Pullia, Kyle OL Pumphrey, Norman G Puthoff, Justin FB/TE Putnam, George G Pyles, Brandt LB

R O C K

Paden, Virgil QB/E Page, Kenton (Capt.) LB Page, Leland RB Page, Michael DB Page, Ron WR Paige, Anton WR Palkowsky, Henry G/T Palmer, Brian QB Palmer, Gery DE Palmer, Harold E Pardula, Trevor P/K Parent, Frank QB Parish, Darius DT Parker, James QB/RB Parks, Jerome OL Parks, Mark TE Parmalee, Tre’ WR Paronto, Francis B Parrish, Walter G Passman, Bernard E/C Patchen, Michael DB Patmon, Tyler CB Patrick, Tyler WR Pattee, Frank (Capt.) B Patterson, Daymond WR/CB Patterson, Elvis DB/DE Patterson, Eric WR Patterson, Harold E Patterson, Matt RB Paulsen, Mark TE Payne, Foster RB Peairs, Howard (Capt.) G Pearson, Jawad OT Peebler, Brad LB Peete, Skip WR Pelfanio, Joey K Peloquin, Michael RB Pendleton, Raimond WR Penny, Anthony G Penny, Junius C/T Peppercorn, John (Capt.) E/T Perez, Christopher DL Perkins, Brandon LB Perkins, Donald (Capt.) DE Perkins, Jack LB Perry, Keaton QB/WR Perry, William G Peterman, Chea LB Peters, Bryan OL Peters, James T Peterson, David T/E Peterson, John (Capt.) RB Petterson, Edward RB Petty, Reece WR Pfutzenreuter, Donald RB Phelps, Edwin G Phipps, Michael QB Piatt, William (Capt.) RB/E Pick, Kale QB/WR Pieper, Bob T Pierce, Don (Capt.) C Pierson, Tony RB/WR Pilch, James T Pile, Donald LB Pinkney, Marshall LB Pippen, Morris G Pirrie, Mike LB Plaskett, Warren RB Pleasant, Carl (Capt.) E Pless, Willie LB Plumley, Jay E Plump, Aaron LB Polian, Kevin DT Pollom, Donald RB Pooler, Arthur (Capt.) QB Poorman, Bert RB Pope, David Pope, Warner Popovich, Pete C Poppe, Orville T Porter, David Porter, George RB Powell, Chris FB Powell, Corrigan CB Powell, Emery Power, John T/E Powers, George QB/E Powers, Kenneth DT Prater, John G/C

1975 1983-84, 86-87 1977, 79-80 1983-86 1895 1943 1898-99 1997-2000

HISTORY

O’Rear, John Orth, Mike Osborn, Fred Oswald, Paul Outland, Dr. John Overman, Marvin Owen, Benjamin Owen, Marc


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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Smith, Paul QB/E Smith, Quintin WR Smith, Ralph G/T Smith, Reginald A. (Capt.) T Smith, Reginald L. T Smith, Russell G Smith, Samuel RB Smith, Shane DL Smith, Steven QB Smith, Thomas G Smith, Verni G Smith, Will OL Smith, Willie RB/E Smith, Wint G Smithburg, Mike OL Smithson, Fish (Capt.) S Smoot, Charles (Capt.) C Sneed, James QB/WR Snell, Arnold (Capt.) FB Snyder, Jeff RB Snyder, Lance OT Sobek, Lloyd TE Sommers, Herbert RB Sorem, Milton G Sorem, Nelson T Sosinski, James TE Speak, Fred RB Spear, Robert DB Spear, Roy C/T Spears, Derek TE Spears, Doyle DL Spears, Dustin DL Spencer, Colin CB Spencer, Oliver (Capt.) G/T Spencer, Riley OL Sperry, J. Bryan E Sperry, Kenneth G/E Spikes, Jeff OL Sprekelmeyer, Joe RB Springer, Eugene RB Springer, Justin LB Spurgeon, Tristan RB Spurney, Joe G Staab, Ervell G Staab, Kent C Stafford, Matt DB Stallard, Mark LB Stallman, Jason TE Standage, David C Stanley, Carter QB Stapleton, George (Capt.) T/G Starr, Wilbur RB St. Clair, William E Steele, Clarence QB Steele, Mike DT Steinberger, Earl E Steinhauser, Jamey DB Stephenson, Thomas RB Sterling, Aslam OL Sterling, Miles Sternberger, Jace TE Stevens, James G Stevens-McKenzie, Najee DE Stevenson, Albert RB Stevenson, Jason OG Steward, AJ TE Stewart, Brandon CB Stewart, Jon DL Stiebel, Jim C Stinson, Wade RB Stockdale, Don G Stockemer, Gordon G Stocks, Fred Stokes, Sims RB Stone, Charles Stowers, Keon (Capt.) DL Strauch, Walter (Capt.) QB Strehlow, Chester QB Stricker, Thomas G/T Strickland, Tony DE Strickler, Thomas G Strother, George T/G Stroud, Harold C Strozier, Phillip S Stryker, Wilburn Stubblefield, Dana DT Stubbs, Tony S Stuck, Arch E Stucker, Charles RB Stuckey, Darrell S Stuewe, Edward RB Stukey, Mano RB Suagee, Edward RB Suder, John RB Sullivan, Hiram RB Sullivan, James RB Sullivan, Michael T Sullivan, Terence LB Sullivant, Milton (Capt.) RB

1955 1986-89 1910 1923-25 1981-83 1924 1976-79 2011-13 1980-81 1898-99 1909 2016 1964-65 1916, 19-20 2013-14 2014-16 1928-30 1981-83 1986-88 2001 1990 1975, 77-79 1913 1929-30 1928-30 2018 1895-96 1974 1910 2005-07 1982 2009 2014-16 1950-52 2010-11, 13 1946-48 1946-48 2008-09, 11 1960 1892 2007-10 1921-22 1958-60 1956, 58 1959-61 1990 1979 1989 1969-70 2016-18 1936-37 1924-26 1960-62 1908 1992-93 1893 1983-86 1907-09 2012-13 1890 2016 1948 2018 1955 1999-2001 2008, 10-11 2015-16 1984-86 1994-96 1949-50 1944 1972-74 1893-95 1964 1893-95 2012-14 1955-57 1950-51 1904-05 2000-03 1904-05 1913-15 1950 2007-10 1914 1990-92 2002-04 1930 1943 2006-09 1912-13 1934-35 1939-40 1959-60 1953-54 2016 1969-71 1993-94 1937-39

Sutherland, Dwight Sutter, Bill Sutton, Mitchell Swanson, Jason Sweatman, Michael (Capt.) Swengros, Glenn Swenson, Paul Swift, Robert Swinford, Wes Swoboda, Paul Sydney, Harry (Capt.)

E DB DT QB LB QB G K LB G RB

T

Talib, Aqib (Capt.) CB Talkington, Robert T Tavai, Jordan DL Taylor, Frank C Taylor, Garfield RB Taylor, Jerry E Taylor, Kent TE Taylor, Shakial CB Taylor, Steven (Capt.) DB Taylor Jr., Vaughn DE Teddleton, Brock DT Temple, Floyd RB Tenenbaum, John T Terrell, Darryl RB Terry, Doug DB Terry, Keeston S Testerman, Harold E Tharp, Huldon LB Thiel, Larry LB Thierolf, Judson (Grant) C/G Thomas, Fred QB Thomas, Orlo G Thomas, Ricky S Thompson, Blake T Thompson, Broderick DT Thompson, Deron RB Thompson, Kenneth DB Thompson, Kyle P Thompson, Matt OL Thompson, Thomas T Thoren, Jason LB Thornberry, Wallace T Thornton, Justin S Thorson, Brad OL Tice, Orbon E Tiger, Kenneth (Capt.) G Timmons, Rod DL Toburen, Chris LB Todd, John QB Todd, Richard G Tomlinson, Richard (Capt.) G Toomey, Gabriel LB Topps III, Robert S Torneden, Bryce S Tovi, Andru OL Towle, Steve (Capt.) LB Tracy, Brian PK Traylor, John RB Trossen, Ken DT Truitt, Walter Tucker, George RB/T Tucker, John Tucker, Kyle P Tucker, Robert DL Tudor, Herbert G Tumpich, Joseph DB Turgeon, Orville C Turner, Jeff LB Turner, Jesse E Turner, Lucius WR Turner, Paul K Turner, Warren G/T Turzilli, Andrew WR Tushaus, Kirk G Tyler, Matt P Tyree, Greg LB Tyrer, Jason LB Tyrrell, Chris P Tyus, Robert DE

U

Ulrich, Hubert (Capt.) Unruh, Arch Unruh, Otto

V

Vanatta, Chester Vandaveer, Marvin Vandree, Matt Vann, Derek Vann, Eric Van Saun, Paul Van Sickle, Herschel Vang, Pete Vang, Shawn Vanoy, Vernon

1944 1987 1972-73 2004-05 1965-67 1956 1983-85 1973-75 1989-92 1956-57 1978-80 2005-07 1949-50 2012-13 1924-26 1980-81 1951-53 2015 2017-18 1973-75 2017 2001 1949 1941 1987 1988-91 2011 1924-25 2009, 11-12 1990-93 1979-82 1992 1949 2018 1974-76 1981-82 2017-18 2003-05 2017-18 2004-05 1962-64 1994-97 1902 2006-09 2008-10 1946-51 1961-62 1983 1978-81 1915-17 1954 1947-49 2003-04 2018 2016-18 2017-18 1972-74 2001 1955-57 1987-88 1891 1898-1900 1897 2004-07 1984-85 1912-13 1979-80 1966-68 1972-73, 75 1942, 46 1970-71 1946 1937-39 2011-13 1979 1998-99 2001-04 1988-90 2001-04 1969-70

E QB E

1939-41 1950-52 1950-52

C RB/QB WR WR RB DT C TE OG DE

1957-58 1940-41 1995 2001 1994-97 1972-75 1976 1990-93 1995-98 1967-68

Vaughn, Joe (Capt.) Vaughn, Robert Vaughn, Willie Vaught, John Vechiarella, Bill Verdugo, Kevin Vernson, Harry Verser, David Vidoli, Marino Vignatelli, Bradley Vignatelli, Eugene Vincendese, Mark Vincent, Wilbur (Capt.) Visinia, Junior Vogel, Jack Voights, Emil Voigts, Myron

C CB WR LB DB QB G/T WR OG DB G/T QB/WR RB OL T E T

2003-04 1990-93 1985-88 1978 1983-85 1987 1916 1977-80 1989 1981 1952-54 1976-78 1900-02 2014 1935-36 1896-97 1925-26

Wade, Clifford G Wagoner, Daniel DB Wahlmeier, Galen (Capt.) T/C Walker, Malcolm LB Walker, Marion G Walker, William C Wall, Charles RB/K Wallace, Clyde RB Wallace, Dwayne OL Walters, William E Walters, Wyeth QB/RB Walton, Alvin DB Walton, David DT Walton, Jack RB Ward, Lewis G/T Ward, Ronnie OLB Waring, Clarence RB Warner, Ron OLB Warren, Charles C Warren, Thad DB Washington, Eric LB Watkins, Brandon LB Watkins, Frank C Watkins, Johnnie DB Watkins, Travis (Capt.) DT Watson, Kyron LB Wattelet, Frank DB Watts, Keith DT Waxse, David RB Waylan, Larry T/G Weatherbie, Jonas QB Weatherby, James RB Weaver, Doug DT Weaver, Richard RB Webb, Anthony DB Webb, Jordan QB Webb, Scott PK Wedel, Brad TE Weekley, Monroe DE Weger, John G/T Wegner, Zac (Capt.) QB Wehrman, Geoff DB Weidlein, Gary C Weidlein, William (Capt.) G/T Weidner, Odell LB Weir, John G Welch, Kenney Wellman, Joe QB Wellman, Michael C Wells, Dean RB Wells, Dick Wenstrand, Charles E/RB Werner, Mike DL Wertzberger, John C Wertzberger, Kenneth G Wessling, David T Wheeler, Jeff DE Whitaker, Bob OL White, Bob RB/QB White, Bryan DB White, David DT White, George RB White, Jesse E White, Larry G White, Ronald G/E White, Ulysses E Whitla, Ezra E Whittaker, Scott OT Whittemore, Bill (Capt.) QB Whitten, Bobby T Wiedemann, Franz Wienecke, Emil QB Wier, Brandon DB Wilbers, Mark DT Wilcox, Charles (Capt.) C/T Wilder, Wayne DL Wilhelm, Glenn RB Wilhelm, Steven G Willeford, Brent TE Williams, Algen WR

1943 1978, 80-81 1955-56 2011 1962-63 1894-97 1925-26 1906 2018 1964-66 1924 1984 1987-89 1943 1935-37 1992-94, 96 1905, 08 1996 1937-39 1994-95 2005-06 2001-04 1932-34 2003 2001-04 2014-15 1978-80 2002 1965-66 1961 2002 1944 1994 1932 2006-07 2010-11 2004-07 1984-87 2003 1973 1997-99 1988 1921-22 1911-13 1972-74 1968-69 1920 1925-26 1976-77 1949-51 1932-34 1938 1984, 86 1956-58 1966-68 1980-82 2006-09 2003-06 1933-34 1989 1986-87 1990-94 1905-07 1965-66 1950-51 1970-71 1901 1993-96 2002-03 1978-80 1912 1935-37 1998-2001 1979-82 1898-1900 2005-06 1910 1969 1991-94 1999-2000

W

Williams, Darnell LB Williams, Delvin RB Williams, D.J. DT Williams, Devon DT Williams, Dom RB Williams, John NT Williams, John DT Williams, Josh DE Williams, Lynn TB Williams, Lynn RB Williams, Mark QB Williams Jr., Pooka RB Williams, Takulve WR Williamson, Orah (Capt.) QB Willis, Darius LB/DE Willis, Ryan QB Wilson, Ben Wilson, C. Wilson, Carl OL Wilson, Clarence QB Wilson, Donald QB Wilson, Forrest RB Wilson, Gilbert RB Wilson, Harold QB Wilson, Henry Wilson, Ivanhoe E/G Wilson, Johnathan WR Wilson, Roy QB Wilson, Wayne C/RB Winbush, David RB Winslow, Clarence E Winter, Winton C Winter Jr., Winton C Wirtel, John LS Wise, Daniel DT Wohlford, Cecil G Wolfe, Ian OT Wood, Harley G Wood, Walter QB/C Woodbury, Charles RB Woodbury, Harold RB Woodruff, Lawrence C Woods, Gregory T/G Woods, Quintin DE Woodward, David T/G Woodward, George RB Woody, Warren C Woody, Warren G Woolfolk, Raymond G Worley, George G Wright, Arist LB Wright, Dennis RB Wright, Ernest TE Wright, Isaac LB Wright, Jahmal DB Wright, Sylvester OLB Wygle, Ralph T Wyman, Matthew K

Y

Yarnell, Lyndall DE Yeo, Clyde Young, James DE Young, Kevin DL Young, Scellars LB Young, Zackary LS

Z

Zaffaroni, Paul Zell, Tony Zidd, James Ziegler, Wayne Zimmerman, James Zlatnik, Duane Zook, Dean Zook, John (Capt.) Zuber, Harold (Capt.) Zunica, Michael Zvolanek, Joe

LB QB LB DB T DL/OL DE DE RB LB/FB E

1983, 85 1971-73 2015 2015-16 2017-18 1996-99 2009-10, 12 2012 1984-85 1943 1994-95 2018 2018 1890-95 2011-13 2015-16 1945 1894 2008-09 1921-22 1948 1942 1959-61 1912-13 1894 1916 2007-10 1903, 05 1937, 40 1997-2000 1936 1950-51 1973 2013-18 2015-18 1964-66 2007, 09 1907-08 1914-15, 19 1910-11 1910 1923 1976 2009-10 1898-99 1916 1951-52 1916-17, 20 1952-53 1963 2006-09 1975-76 1980, 82-83 2011 1998-99 1991-94 1944 2013-16 1983-84, 86 1902 1974-77 2010-13 1977-80 2013 1988-90 1994 1977-79 1983-86 1940 2009-12 1972-74 1966-68 1924-26 2014-16 1931

This listing of all-time lettermen is as complete and accurate as historical records allow. Included are names -in some instances first name and not actual name on roster -- along with position and years lettered of the more than 2,000 letterwinners who have played at the University of Kansas. Corrections and additions are welcomed if they can be verified. Inquiries should be directed to the KU Communications Office.


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SHERMAN SCORES

FIRST KU TOUCHDOWN

1912

KANSAS HAS

FIRST PERFECT SEASON

Playing its first Homecoming game before a crowd of 9,000 fans at McCook Field, KU downed rival Missouri, 12-3. Jayhawk coach Arthur Mosse used a new offensive alignment, known as the “Minnesota Shift” to confuse the Tigers that afternoon.

1920

In his only season as head coach at Kansas, Fielding H. Yost led the Jayhawks to a 10-0 record, which represents one of just two perfect seasons in the 129 years of football competition. KU outscored its opponents 280-37 and averaged 28 points per game. Yost, who later gained fame as head coach at Michigan, was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951.

1908

FIRST

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP The Jayhawks finished with a 9-0 record, outscoring their opponents 131-20, and claimed the school’s first conference championship by finishing with a 4-0 record in the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Conference.

PHOG ALLEN BUILDS A FOOTBALL STADIUM

Legendary KU basketball coach Phog Allen, in his only season as head football coach, rallied his team from a 20-0 halftime deficit to a 20-20 tie against Nebraska. Leading the team were senior quarterback Dutch Lonborg and halfback John Bunn, who were later inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame. Monday, students and faculty gathered to celebrate the comeback and more than $200,000 was pledged over a three-day period to build a concrete stadium to replace McCook Field.

1921

JAYHAWKS OPEN PLAY IN

MEMORIAL STADIUM

In the first game in Memorial Stadium, the Jayhawks defeated Kansas State, 21-7, in front of 5,160 fans. When the stadium opened, the east and west side stands were completed with a capacity of 22,000. The final game of the 1921 season saw KU down Missouri, 15-9, before 15,480 fans.

DR. JAMES NAISMITH

& THE GAME OF FOOTBALL The man credited with inventing the game of basketball - Dr. James Naismith (right) - also had a significant impact on the development of football. Naismith took a football and cut it lengthwise and placed it over his head to protect his ears as a football player at Springfield College. Thus, the first football helmet was invented.

1931

Naismith was hired by the University of Kansas in 1898 as director of physical education on the recommendation of legendary football coach Amos Alonzo Stagg. He retired from active teaching in 1937 after 39 years as a member of the KU faculty.

KU PLAYS HASKELL

IN FIRST HOME NIGHT GAME On a Friday night, Oct. 2, Kansas hosted the Haskell Indians in the first-ever home night game in Jayhawk football history. The concept for a night game came from KU athletics director Phog Allen, who was able to transport portable lights that were borrowed from Haskell Stadium (also in Lawrence) and put them in place at Memorial Stadium. In front of 11,000 fans, Haskell surprised KU with a 6-0 victory.

1947

EVANS & SCHNELLBACHER:

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS Led by KU’s first two All-America selections - halfback Ray Evans and end Otto Schnellbacher - the Jayhawks finished the season with an 8-1-2 record, tied for first in the conference and capped the season by playing Georgia Tech in the 1948 Orange Bowl. It marked KU’s first appearance in a postseason bowl game. Among the victories that season for head coach George Sauer was an 86-6 win against South Dakota State, which represents the most points a KU team has ever scored in a single game. KU finished the year ranked 12th in the final Associated Press poll.

J A Y H A W K

1899

IN FIRST HOMECOMING

C H A L K

Kansas played its first official football game, losing to Baker University in Baldwin, Kansas, 22-9. Right halfback A.F. Sherman scored KU’s first touchdown on a punt return. An account of the game in the Weekly University Courier described Sherman’s TD: “Hudson punted the ball down the field. Sherman managed to get the ball and made a phenomenal run for the first Kansas score ever made in football.”

KU DEFEATS MU

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1960

JAYHAWKS UPSET

A NO. 1-RANKED TEAM The Jayhawks faced one of the most challenging schedules in school history, facing three teams (Syracuse, Iowa and Missouri) ranked No. 1 in the nation. KU lost early in the season to Syracuse (14-7) and Iowa (21-7), but the elite backfield combination of John Hadl, Curtis McClinton, Doyle Schick and Bert Coan helped lead the Jayhawks to a 23-7 upset win versus then No. 1-ranked Missouri. The win was later forfeited when it was determined that Coan had received a free plane ride to the College Football AllStar Game in Chicago from a KU alum.

1963

NCAA RECORD

A COACHING STAFF OF EXCELLENCE

After finishing with a 5-5 record in his first season as head coach in 1967, Pepper Rodgers assembled one of the greatest coaching staffs in KU history to begin the 1968 season. The staff included several assistants who would later achieve fame as head coaches, including John Cooper (Tulsa, Arizona State and Ohio State), Dick Tomey (Arizona), Terry Donahue (UCLA), the late Dave McLain (Wisconsin) and Don Fambrough (Kansas). The staff also included Doug Weaver (former athletics director at Georgia Tech and Michigan State) and Larry Travis (former athletics director at Kansas State and Western Carolina).

1968

ED HARVEY became the first African-American to play football at Kansas, earning his “K” letter as a member of the 1893 Jayhawk team. Harvey’s parents were born into slavery and later escaped Quantrill’s Raid in Lawrence. They became share croppers and were able to put their three sons through college. It was 62 years later when HOMER FLOYD, a standout at Massillon (Ohio) High School, broke the modern-day color barrier to play football at KU. Floyd enrolled at Kansas at the urging of his

1975

high school coach, Chuck Mather, who served as the Jayhawk head coach from 1954-57. Floyd, a team captain in 1958, started all 30 games of his career (1955-58) on offense and defense. He led the Jayhawks in rushing yardage all three years and earned all-conference honors as a senior. Floyd later played for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League and then served as executive director of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.

The Jayhawks experienced a cardiac season with six games decided by two points or less -- the most games decided by that margin in NCAA history. KU finished the year with a 7-4-1 record, winning three of those close encounters, and played North Carolina State in the Liberty Bowl.

KU TO UPSET OVER OU

1997

1991

TUXEDO TONY RUSHES

FIRST BOWL WIN IN 31 YEARS

Head coach Glen Mason guided KU to its first bowl win in 31 years as the Jayhawks defeated Brigham Young, 23-10, in the 1992 Aloha Bowl. Led by defensive linemen Dana Stubblefield and Gilbert Brown, along with quarterback Chip Hilleary, KU finished the season with an 8-4 record and placed third in the Big Eight Conference.

1995

SURPRISE TEAM OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Picked to finish fifth in the Big Eight preseason polls, the Jayhawks were one of the surprise teams of college football with a 10-2 season and a win over UCLA in the Aloha Bowl. Along the way, KU defeated two ranked teams (Colorado and Oklahoma) on the road. The season ended with a twist of drama as head coach Glen Mason announced just prior to the bowl game that he was leaving after the UCLA encounter to become head coach at Georgia. Mason later changed his mind and stayed as head coach, informing his team on the morning of the Aloha Bowl. KU cruised to a 51-30 victory.

500TH VICTORY

KU REACHES

SECOND BOWL GAME IN THREE YEARS Mark Mangino became the first head coach in KU history to lead his team to two bowl games in a three-year span as the team faced Houston in the Fort Worth Bowl. KU clobbered the Cougars, 42-13. Quarterback Jason Swanson was named the game’s Most Outstanding Player.

FOR 396 YARDS

Running back “Tuxedo” Tony Sands set an NCAA single-game record by rushing for 396 yards on 58 carries in a 53-29 win against Missouri in Lawrence. Sands was later named Offensive Player of the Year in the Big Eight Conference.

1992

KANSAS NABS

Terry Allen was on the sidelines for his second conference victory as head coach at KU and the school’s 500th win in school history as the Jayhawks downed Oklahoma, 20-17.

2005

ORANGE BOWL

A CARDIAC SEASON

CROMWELL GUIDES

Kansas defeated No. 2 Oklahoma in Norman, 23-3, to end the Sooners’ 28-game winning streak and 37-game unbeaten string. Earlier in the season, quarterback Nolan Cromwell set a new NCAA record for rushing yards by quarterbacks with 294 yards on 28 carries in a 20-0 win against Oregon State.

ROGERS TAKES KU TO Under the guidance of coach Pepper Rodgers, KU came within five points of an undefeated season and a victory in the Orange Bowl. The Jayhawks tied for first in the Big Eight and finished 9-2 with losses to Oklahoma (27-23) during the regular season and Penn State (15-14) in the Orange Bowl. Among the standouts were quarterback Bobby Douglass and fullback John Riggins.

1973

BREAKINGBARRIERS

SAYERS SCAMPERS FOR Hall of Fame halfback Gale Sayers put his name in the college football record book by breaking loose on a 99-yard run against Nebraska in Lincoln, the longest run from scrimmage at that time in NCAA history. Only four other backs (including KU’s Eric Vann) have accomplished a run of that length in the history of college football.

1967

ED HARVEY & HOMER FLOYD

EDHARVEY

CAPSULE HISTORY

HOMERFLOYD

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2007

JAYHAWKS CLAIM

BCS BOWL VICTORY Consensus National Coach of the Year Mark Mangino guided the Jayhawks to arguably the greatest season in Kansas football history as the Jayhawks won a BCS Bowl (FedEx Orange Bowl), finished the year ranked seventh in the country for the second-highest ranking in school history, and posted a 12-1 record. Three Jayhawks: Aqib Talib, Anthony Collins and James McClinton, earned All-America honors as KU was the only team in the nation to rank in the top five in both scoring offense and scoring defense. The Jayhawks became the talk of the nation after running up 11-straight victories before suffering their first loss in a matchup with Missouri. KU entered that regularseason finale ranked second in the country while the Tigers were listed third. Despite the loss, the Jayhawks were selected to play in a BCS game and finished the season with a victory against No. 5 Virginia Tech in the FedEx Orange Bowl.

REACH 2008 JAYHAWKS CONSECUTIVE BOWL GAMES

FOR FIRST TIME IN HISTORY

For the first time in school history Kansas played in bowl games in consecutive years as the 2008 Jayhawks won the 2008 Insight Bowl a season after claiming the 2008 Orange Bowl. KU’s 20 combined wins in 2007 and 2008 were the most in school history as well.


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YEAR-BY-YEAR Captain: Howard Peairs Nov. 22 Nov. 27 Dec. 8

at Baker at KC YMCA Baker

L L W

9-22 10-18 14-12

1891 (7-0-1)

Captain: John Kenzie

1899 (10-0)

DOANE OTTAWA at Iowa vs. Michigan (at K.C.) at Nebraska vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

Captain: Hubert Avery 22-12 6-6 14-18 12-22 6-12 18-12

W W W W W W L

28-0 56-0 10-0 52-0 32-0 8-4 6-10

1895 (6-1)

Captain: W.H. Piatt Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 11 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 28

vs. Midland (at Atchison) MIDLAND at Emporia State IOWA vs. Doane (at K.C.) at Nebraska vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

9-6, .600

Captain: John Kenzie W W W W W W L W

20-6 14-0 36-0 26-4 24-4 12-0 0-18 12-4

W W W W L L W W W L

32-0 6-0 26-0 8-6 0-6 0-8 18-4 16-4 30-0 0-12

WYLIE G. WOODRUFF

Captain: A.R. Champlin L L L W W L L

6-12 12-14 10-24 35-24 18-0 0-22 4-12

W W W W W W W L L W

22-8 40-0 40-0 23-0 23-0 56-0 28-0 5-6 0-2 16-0

W W W W W L W W

15-0 6-0 11-6 33-0 40-0 6-18 6-0 12-0

1898 (7-1)

Captain: Arthur St. L. Mosse

1898 FOOTBALL TEAM

HASKELL vs. KC Medical (at K.C.) IOWA STATE at Warrensburg at Ainsworth Medical NEBRASKA KC MEDICAL vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

L W W T L T L L W L

5-16 36-10 17-6 0-0 0-50 0-0 5-18 5-29 12-0 12-18

1900 (2-5-2)

Captain: Charles Wilcox Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 29

at Ottawa WASHBURN EMPORIA STATE at South Dakota vs. KC Medical (at K.C.) WASHBURN NEBRASKA at Emporia State vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

1901 (3-5-2)

Captain: A.R. Kennedy

Sept. 24 Oct. 5 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 24

6-0 0-24 6-6 42-0 15-23 0-29 0-12 0-18 6-6

2-5-2, .333

3-5-2, .400

1897 (8-2)

vs. KC Medical (at K.C.) MIDLAND HASKELL WARRENSBURG at Glasco (Kan.) IOWA at St. Mary’s at Nebraska vs. KC Medical (at K.C.) vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

W L T W L L L L T

CHARLES BOYNTON

1 SEASON, 1901

15-3, .833

Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 25

12-0 35-0 29-6 29-5 18-0 29-0 35-0 36-20 23-0 34-6

JOHN OUTLAND

2 SEASONS, 1897-98

1893 (2-5)

W W W W W W W W W W

Captain: Julian Jenkinson Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Oct. 30 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 28

OTTAWA EMPORIA STATE at Kirksville Osteop. at Washburn at Wisconsin at Beloit HASKELL NEBRASKA TEXAS vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

J A Y H A W K

1892 (7-1)

HASKELL ABILENE EMPORIA STATE at Denver AC at Iowa vs. KC Medical (at K.C.) NEBRASKA DOANE vs. Missouri (at K.C.) vs. Minnesota (at K.C.)

HASKELL WASHBURN OTTAWA DRAKE HASKELL at Ottawa at Emporia State at Nebraska WASHBURN vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

1 SEASON, 1900

Captain: B.D. Hamill Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 14 Nov. 26 Nov. 28

Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Nov. 30

C H A L K

W T L L L W

1896 (7-3)

2 SEASONS, 1892-93

at Minnesota BAKER at Denver AC vs. Iowa (at K.C.) at Nebraska vs. Michigan (at K.C.) vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

1894 (2-3-1)

10-0, 1.000

R O C K

W 22-8 W 32-10 W 38-10 W 22-4 W 18-4 W 14-12 W 8-0 T 6-6

A.W. SHEPARD

Oct. 14 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 Nov. 30

1 SEASON, 1899

Oct. 14 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Nov. 11 Nov. 22 Nov. 31

7-0-1, .938

Oct. 15 at Denver AC Oct. 20 BAKER Oct. 28 WASHBURN Nov. 1 *ILLINOIS Nov. 5 vs. Iowa (at K.C.) Nov. 12 at Nebraska Nov. 19 at Baker Nov. 26 vs. Missouri (at K.C.) *First game at McCook Field

3 SEASONS, 1894-96 Captain: O.K. Williamson

1 SEASON, 1891

vs. Missouri (at K.C.) at Washburn WASHBURN at KC YMCA at Baker vs. Iowa (at K.C.) BAKER vs. Washington (Mo.) (at K.C.)

FIELDING H. YOST

15-7-1, .674

E.M. HOPKINS Oct. 31 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 17 Dec. 22

HECTOR COWAN

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FOOT B A L L

YEAR-BY-YEAR 1905 (10-1)

ARTHUR CURTIS 1 SEASON, 1902 6-4, .600

1902 (6-4)

Captain: W.D. Vincent Sept. 29 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Oct. 29 Nov. 8 Nov. 5 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

FAIRMONT (Wichita) KANSAS STATE WASHBURN KC MEDICAL at Wisconsin at Knox College at Nebraska HASKELL at Emporia State vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

1910 (6-1-1, 1-1-1) MVC: 5TH

Captain: Arthur Pooler

W W W W L L L L W W

6-0 16-0 34-0 13-0 0-38 0-5 0-16 5-24 17-5 17-5

HARRISON S. WEEKS

Sept. 23 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 25 Nov. 30

Captain: Tommy Johnson

WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE OF EMPORIA at Arkansas at Drury at Emporia State OKLAHOMA vs. Colorado (at Denver) WASHINGTON (Mo.) at Washburn KANSAS STATE vs. Missouri (at KC)

W W W W W W L W W W W

23-0 45-0 6-0 11-0 32-0 34-0 0-15 21-0 18-11 28-0 24-0

W W W W W L T W L T

18-0 25-0 18-0 35-7 16-0 2-34 0-0 8-6 4-6 0-0

1906 (6-2-2)

Captain: Prentiss Donald Sept. 22 WILLIAM JEWELL Oct. 3 COLLEGE OF EMPORIA Oct. 6 ST. MARY’S Oct. 13 ARKANSAS Oct. 20 OKLAHOMA Nov. 3 at Saint Louis Nov. 10 at Washburn Nov. 17 *at Nebraska Nov. 24 at Kansas State Nov. 29 vs. Missouri (at KC) *KU’s 100th victory

1 SEASON, 1903 6-3, .667

MISSOURI VALLEY INTERCOLLEGIATE

1903 (6-3)

Captain: Alpha Brumage Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 26

COLLEGE OF EMPORIA KANSAS STATE EMPORIA STATE at Colorado HASKELL at Washburn OKLAHOMA NEBRASKA vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

W W W W L L W L W

32-0 34-0 12-0 12-11 6-12 0-5 17-5 0-6 5-0

A.R. KENNEDY

1907 (5-3, 1-1) MVC: 3RD Captain: Carl Rouse

Oct. 5 WILLIAM JEWELL Oct. 12 ST. MARY’S Oct. 19 at Oklahoma Oct. 26 KANSAS STATE Nov. 2 at Washburn Nov. 9 NEBRASKA Nov. 16 at St. Louis Nov. 28 vs.*Missouri (at St. Joseph) * KU’s first conference victory

W W W W L L L W

38-0 14-2 15-0 29-10 5-12 6-16 0-17 4-0

W W W W W W W W W

11-0 24-0 12-6 11-0 10-0 23-0 20-5 10-5 10-4

W W W W W W W W L

55-0 29-0 11-0 5-3 23-0 17-0 6-0 20-7 6-12

Captain: G.T. Crowell

52-9-4, .83

1904 (8-1-1)

Captain: Albert Hicks COLLEGE OF EMPORIA EMPORIA STATE HASKELL COLORADO at Oklahoma at Washburn NOTRE DAME vs. Washington (Mo.) (at St. Louis) at Kansas State vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

1907-28

1908 (9-0, 4-0) MVC: *1ST

7 SEASONS, 1904-10

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 15 Oct. 21 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 24

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

W W L T W W W W W W

6-0 34-0 6-23 6-6 16-0 5-0 24-5 12-0 41-4 29-0

Sept. 26 EMPORIA STATE Oct. 3 ST. MARY’S Oct. 10 KANSAS STATE Oct. 17 OKLAHOMA Oct. 24 WASHINGTON (Mo.) Nov. 7 WASHBURN Nov. 14 at Nebraska Nov. 21 at Iowa Nov. 26 vs. Missouri (at K.C.) *KU’s first conference championship

1909 (8-1, 3-1) MVC: 2ND Captain: Carl Pleasant Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 20 Nov. 26

EMPORIA STATE ST. MARY’S OKLAHOMA at Kansas State WASHINGTON (Mo.) at Washburn at Nebraska IOWA vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 24

OTTAWA ST. MARY’S BAKER at Drake WASHBURN NEBRASKA at Oklahoma vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

W W W W W L W T

11-0 9-5 21-0 6-0 21-6 0-6 2-0 5-5

T W W W W L L T

0-0 47-0 6-0 11-3 14-6 0-3 0-29 3-3

W W L W L L L W

62-0 27-0 0-6 19-6 5-6 0-10 3-14 12-3

W W W W L W L L

7-0 55-7 11-0 26-0 7-21 14-0 0-9 0-3

RALPH W. SHERWIN 1 SEASON, 1911 4-2-2, .625

1911 (4-2-2, 1-1-1) MVC: 3RD Captain: Earl Ammons

Oct. 7 BAKER Oct. 14 ST. MARY’S Oct. 21 at Kansas State Oct. 28 DRAKE Nov. 4 at Washburn Nov. 11 OKLAHOMA Nov. 18 NEBRASKA Nov. 23 *MISSOURI *First KU-MU game played on campus

ARTHUR MOSSE 2 SEASONS, 1912-13 9-7, .563

1912 (4-4, 1-2) MVC: 5TH Captain: Howard Brownlee

Oct. 5 ST. MARY’S Oct. 12 WARRENSBURG Oct. 19 at Drake Oct. 26 KANSAS STATE Nov. 2 OKLAHOMA Nov. 9 at Washburn Nov. 16 at Nebraska Nov. 23 *MISSOURI (HC) *KU’s first homecoming game (HC)

1913 (5-3, 3-2) MVC: 3RD Captain: William Weidlein Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

WILLIAM JEWELL WASHINGTON (Mo.) DRAKE at Kansas State at Oklahoma WASHBURN NEBRASKA (HC) at Missouri


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YEAR-BY-YEAR POTSY CLARK

1 SEASON, 1918

5 SEASONS, 1921-25

*1918 (2-2) MVC: NO STANDINGS

1921 (4-3, 3-3) MVC: 5TH

2-2, .500

16-17-6, .487

Captain: Lewis Foster

1914 FOOTBALL TEAM

5-2-1, .688

1914 (5-2-1, 2-2) MVC: 4TH Captain: John Detwiler

W W W W T W L L

48-2 7-0 32-7 27-0 16-16 20-14 0-35 7-10

1919 (3-2-3, 1-1-1) MVC: 4TH Captain: Howard Laslett

W W T T W T L L

42-0 14-0 0-0 0-0 16-3 0-0 7-19 6-13

3 SEASONS, 1915-17 16-7-1, .688

1915 (6-2, 3-1) MVC: 2ND Captain: D.S. James Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 27

WILLIAM JEWELL EMPORIA STATE DRAKE at Kansas State at Oklahoma WASHBURN NEBRASKA (HC) at Missouri

W W W W L W L W

20-0 21-3 30-7 19-7 14-23 41-0 0-33 8-6

Sept. 30 EMPORIA STATE W Oct. 7 at Illinois L Oct. 14 at Iowa State L Oct. 28 KANSAS STATE T Nov. 4 OKLAHOMA W Nov. 11 at Washburn W Nov. 18 *at Nebraska W Nov. 30 MISSOURI (HC) L *Victory ended Nebraska’s 34-game unbeaten string

13-0 0-30 0-13 0-0 21-13 27-0 7-3 0-13

1916 (4-3-1, 1-2-1) MVC: 5TH Captain: Adrian Lindsey

Captain: Harry Neilson Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 29

at Illinois EMPORIA STATE WASHBURN IOWA STATE at Kansas State at Oklahoma NEBRASKA (HC) MISSOURI

L W W W W W L W

0-22 33-0 34-2 7-0 9-0 13-6 3-13 27-3

L L W T W L W L

0-13 0-6 32-3 7-7 19-3 0-28 39-6 7-9

W W T T W W W T

6-0 9-0 0-0 0-0 7-3 83-0 17-0 3-3

L L L L W T W L

0-3 10-13 0-6 7-14 48-0 6-6 20-0 0-14

W L L L L T L W

13-3 0-20 7-14 0-14 0-7 0-0 0-3 10-7

1923 (5-0-3, 3-0-3) MVC: 3RD Captain: Charles Black

Oct. 6 CREIGHTON Oct. 13 OKLAHOMA STATE Oct. 20 at Nebraska Oct. 27 KANSAS STATE Nov. 3 at Oklahoma Nov. 10 *WASHINGTON (Mo.) Nov. 17 DRAKE Nov. 29 MISSOURI (HC) *Largest victory margin in school history

1924 (2-5-1, 2-4-1) MVC: 7TH Captain: Harold Burt

COACH ALLEN AND ASSISTANTS

FORREST C. ALLEN

OKLAHOMA STATE IOWA STATE at Kansas State NEBRASKA (HC) at Washington (Mo.) at Drake OKLAHOMA at Missouri

Captain: Reginald Smith

1 SEASON, 1920 5-2-1, .688

1920 (5-2-1, 3-2) MVC: T-3RD Oct. 2 EMPORIA STATE Oct. 9 WASHBURN Oct. 16 DRAKE Oct. 23 IOWA STATE Oct. 30 at Kansas State Nov. 6 at Oklahoma Nov. 13 *NEBRASKA Nov. 27 at Missouri *Last game at McCook Field

Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 27

1925 (2-5-1, 2-5-1) MVC: 8TH

Captain: George Nettels

1917 (6-2, 3-1) MVC: T-3RD

Oct. 7 at Army Oct. 14 at Drake Oct. 21 WASHBURN Oct. 28 at Kansas State Nov. 4 OKLAHOMA Nov. 11 *NEBRASKA (HC) Nov. 18 COLORADO Nov. 30 at Missouri *Official dedication of Memorial Stadium

W W W W W L T L

47-0 6-0 7-3 7-0 14-0 9-21 20-20 7-16

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

OKLAHOMA STATE at Iowa State KANSAS STATE at Nebraska DRAKE at Oklahoma at Grinnell MISSOURI (HC)

J A Y H A W K

HERMAN OLCOTT

28-7 7-15 14-7 21-7 7-24 0-28 15-9

Captain: Severt Higgins

3-2-3, .563

PITTSBURG STATE EMPORIA STATE at Washburn at Iowa State KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA at Nebraska MISSOURI (HC)

W L W W L L W

1922 (3-4-1, 1-3-1) MVC: 8TH

1 SEASON, 1919

Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 29

Oct. 1 at Washburn Oct. 15 DRAKE Oct. 22 at Iowa State Oct. 29 *KANSAS STATE Nov. 5 at Oklahoma Nov. 12 at Nebraska Nov. 24 MISSOURI (HC) *First game in Memorial Stadium

C H A L K

WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE OF EMPORIA at Drake KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA at Washburn at Nebraska MISSOURI

0-33 0-20 20-6 13-7

LEON McCARTY

1 SEASON, 1914

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 26 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Captain: Paul Jones

Nov. 9 OKLAHOMA L Nov. 16 at Nebraska L Nov. 23 BAKER W Nov. 28 KANSAS STATE W *Season shortened due to campus-wide influenza outbreak

R O C K

H.M. WHEATON

HISTORY

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FOOT B A L L

YEAR-BY-YEAR

1930 (6-2, 4-1) BIG SIX: 1ST

FRANKLIN CAPPON

Oct. 4 *at Creighton (Nt.) Oct. 10 at Haskell (Nt.) Oct. 18 at Kansas State Oct. 25 IOWA STATE Nov. 1 at Pennsylvania Nov. 8 NEBRASKA (HC) Nov. 15 OKLAHOMA Nov. 22 at Missouri *First night game in school history

2 SEASONS, 1926-27 5-10-1, .344

1926 (2-6, 1-5) MVC: 9TH Captain: Harold Zuber Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 11 Nov. 20

1935 (4-4-1, 2-2-1) BIG SIX: 3RD

Captain: Charles Smoot

WASHBURN at Wisconsin at Kansas State NEBRASKA (HC) at Drake GRINNELL OKLAHOMA at Missouri

W L L L L L W L

14-6 0-13 0-27 3-20 0-13 7-32 10-9 0-15

*1927 (3-4-1, 3-3-1) MVC: 5TH Captain: Barrett Hamilton

Oct. 1 at Grinnell W 19-0 Oct. 8 WISCONSIN L 6-26 Oct. 15 KANSAS STATE L 2-13 Oct. 22 WASHINGTON (Mo.) T 21-21 Oct. 29 DRAKE W 7-6 Nov. 5 at Nebraska L 13-47 Nov. 12 at Oklahoma L 7-26 Nov. 19 MISSOURI (HC) W 14-7 *Memorial Stadium capacity increased to 35,000 (North Bowl)

BILL HARGISS

Captain: John Peterson W W W W L L W W

26-0 33-7 14-0 20-6 6-21 0-16 13-0 22-0

1928 (2-4-2, 1-3-1) MVC: 5TH Captain: Harold Hauser Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

GRINNELL at Washington (Mo.) at Kansas State IOWA STATE NEBRASKA (HC) at Marquette OKLAHOMA at Missouri

W T W T L L L L

14-0 7-7 7-0 0-0 0-20 0-7 0-7 6-25

BIG SIX CONFERENCE 1929-47

1929 (4-4, 2-3) BIG SIX: 5TH Captain: Steward Lyman Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Illinois EMPORIA STATE KANSAS STATE at Iowa State at Nebraska at Oklahoma WASHINGTON (Mo.) MISSOURI (HC)

L W L W L W W L

0-25 38-0 0-6 33-0 6-12 7-0 13-0 0-7

L W L W W L W L T

7-28 42-0 0-42 9-2 7-0 13-19 12-6 12-21 0-0

W L L L T L L L

19-6 7-21 0-14 6-26 0-0 0-26 0-41 3-19

W L W W L T L L T

25-2 7-18 14-6 6-3 0-16 13-13 0-7 7-9 0-0

W L W L L W L L L

19-18 0-52 58-14 0-19 7-21 27-7 7-16 7-9 7-13

L W W L L L L L

6-12 14-0 7-0 7-27 6-27 0-7 7-14 0-20

Captain: Wade Green

Captain: Otto Rost

W L W L L L L W W W

27-6 0-6 30-0 0-13 0-6 7-13 0-10 28-0 14-0 6-0

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 26

WASHBURN at Iowa State OKLAHOMA at Kansas State ARIZONA NEBRASKA (8) (HC) MICHIGAN STATE at Missouri

1937 (3-4-2, 2-1-2) BIG SIX: 3RD Captain: George Stapleton

1932 (5-3, 3-2) BIG SIX: T-2ND Coaches: Bill Hargiss, *Ad Lindsey

Sept. 30 at Denver (Nt.) W Oct. 8 OKLAHOMA L *Oct. 15 at Iowa State W *Oct. 22 NEBRASKA (HC) L *Oct. 28 at Saint Louis (Nt.) W *Nov. 5 NOTRE DAME L *Nov. 12 at Missouri W *Nov. 19 at Kansas State W *Ad Lindsey became head coach with Iowa State game

13-12 6-21 26-0 6-20 6-0 6-24 7-0 19-0

Oct. 1 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 25

at Washburn (Nt.) at Wichita IOWA STATE at Oklahoma at Michigan State at Nebraska (6) KANSAS STATE at Arizona MISSOURI (HC)

1938 (3-6, 1-4) BIG SIX: 6TH Captain: Dave Shirk Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 25

5 SEASONS, 1928-32 22-18-2, .538

at Notre Dame ST. BENEDICT’S at Michigan State KANSAS STATE at Oklahoma at Nebraska at Colorado IOWA STATE MISSOURI (HC)

1936 (1-6-1, 0-5) BIG SIX: 6TH

1931 (5-5, 1-3) BIG SIX: 4TH Sept. 26 COLORADO STATE Oct. 2 *HASKELL (Nt.) Oct. 10 JAMES MILLIKEN Oct. 17 KANSAS STATE Oct. 24 at Nebraska Oct. 31 OKLAHOMA STATE Nov. 7 at Oklahoma Nov. 14 at Washington (Mo.) Nov. 21 MISSOURI (HC) Dec. 5 at Washburn *First night game at Memorial Stadium

Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 28

AD LINDSEY 6 SEASONS, 1933-38

TEXAS at Notre Dame WASHBURN OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Kansas State NEBRASKA (HC) at George Washington at Missouri

23-30-8, .443

1933 (5-4-1, 2-3) BIG SIX: 4TH Captain: Ormand Beach Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 30 Dec. 2

WARRENSBURG at Creighton (Nt.) at Notre Dame at Tulsa KANSAS STATE at Oklahoma at Nebraska IOWA STATE MISSOURI (HC) at George Washington

W W T L L L L W W W

34-0 14-0 0-0 0-7 0-6 0-20 0-12 20-6 27-0 7-0

T L W L T T W L L W

0-0 0-7 34-12 0-13 7-7 0-0 13-0 0-3 0-6 20-0

1934 (3-4-3, 1-2-2) BIG SIX: 4TH Captain: Ole Nesmith Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Nov. 29

COLORADO at Tulsa ST. BENEDICT’S at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Iowa State at Washington (Mo.) NEBRASKA MICHIGAN STATE at Missouri

GWINN HENRY 4 SEASONS, 1939-42 9-27, .252

1939 (2-6, 1-4) BIG SIX: T-4TH Captain: Milt Sullivant Sept. 29 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Nov. 3 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

at Drake (Nt.) IOWA STATE at Colorado State at Oklahoma (3) KANSAS STATE at Nebraska GEORGE WASHINGTON MISSOURI (10) (HC)


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YEAR-BY-YEAR Captain: Dave Schmidt

Captain: Don Pierce Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 1 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

at Iowa State DRAKE NEBRASKA at Kansas State at Villanova (Nt.) OKLAHOMA (HC) at George Washington at Missouri COLORADO STATE

L W L L L L L L W

0-7 20-6 2-53 0-20 7-33 0-13 0-6 20-45 26-0

1941 (3-6, 2-3) BIG SIX: 4TH

Sept. 22 vs. TCU (Nt.) (at K.C.) Sept. 28 at Denver (Nt.) Oct. 6 *IOWA STATE Oct. 12 WASHBURN (Nt.) Oct. 20 at Oklahoma Oct. 27 at Wichita Nov. 3 at Nebraska Nov. 10 at Marquette Nov. 17 KANSAS STATE (HC) Nov. 24 MISSOURI (16) *100th game in Memorial Stadium

L W T W L W L L W L

0-18 20-19 13-13 34-0 7-39 13-0 13-27 0-26 27-0 12-33

J.V. SIKES 6 SEASONS, 1948-53 35-25, .583

BIG SEVEN CONFERENCE 1948-56

Captain: Hub Ulrich

at Temple (Nt.) WASHINGTON (Mo.) at Nebraska at Marquette (Nt.) IOWA STATE at Oklahoma at West Virginia KANSAS STATE MISSOURI (18) (HC)

L L L L L W L W L L

0-61 0-14 0-17 6-41 0-25 19-7 7-14 19-7 13-20 13-42

1942 (2-8, 1-4) BIG SIX: T-5TH IOWA NAVY PRE-FLIGHT MARQUETTE at Denver (Nt.) at TCU OKLAHOMA at Kansas State NEBRASKA (HC) WASHINGTON (Mo.) at Iowa State at Missouri

11-16-3, .417

1943 (4-5-1, 2-3) BIG SIX: T-4TH Captain: George Dick

T L L W L W L W W L

0-0 6-19 6-13 13-0 6-7 25-2 13-26 13-12 7-6 7-22

1944 (3-6-1, 1-4) BIG SIX: T-5TH Captain: Warren Riegle Sept. 15 Sept. 23 Sept. 29 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 23

WASHBURN (Nt.) vs. TCU (Nt.) (at K.C.) at Denver (Nt.) at Tulsa (Nt.) at Iowa State NEBRASKA (HC) OLATHE NAVY at Kansas State OKLAHOMA MISSOURI

15-3-3, .786

Captain: Ray Evans Sept. 21 Sept. 27 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 28

TCU (Nt.) (at K.C.) at Denver (Nt.) WICHITA at Iowa State NEBRASKA (HC) at Tulsa OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA (16) at Kansas State at Missouri

T W W W L L W W W W

0-0 21-13 14-7 24-8 14-16 0-56 14-13 16-13 34-0 20-19

Captains: Otto Schnellbacher, Don Fambrough

3 SEASONS, 1943-45

at Washburn (Nt.) at Denver (Nt.) IOWA STATE WASHBURN at Nebraska KANSAS STATE at Oklahoma WARRENSBURG MISSOURI (HC) at Ft. Riley

2 SEASONS, 1946-47

1947 (8-1-2, 4-0-1) BIG SIX: T-1ST

HENRY SHENK

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 25

GEORGE SAUER 1946 (7-2-1, 4-1) BIG SIX: T-1ST

Captain: None elected Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 2 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 26

1948 (7-3, 4-2) BIG SEVEN: 3RD

Captains: Hugh Johnson, Frank Pattee

W L T L L W W L L L

47-0 0-7 14-14 0-27 0-25 20-0 33-14 14-18 0-20 0-28

Final Ranking: 12th (AP) Sept. 20 vs. TCU (Nt.) (at K.C.) Sept. 26 at Denver (Nt.) Oct. 4 IOWA STATE Oct. 11 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Oct. 18 at Oklahoma Nov. 1 *KANSAS STATE Nov. 8 at Nebraska Nov. 15 at Oklahoma State Nov. 22 (17) MISSOURI (HC) Nov. 29 (13) at Arizona (Nt.) Jan. 1 #(13) vs. Georgia Tech (10) (Orange Bowl at Miami, Fla.) *Largest conference victory in school history #First bowl game

T W W W T W W W W W L

0-0 9-0 27-7 86-6 13-13 55-0 13-7 13-7 20-14 54-28 14-20

Sept. 18 TCU Sept. 24 at Denver (Nt.) Oct. 2 #COLORADO Oct. 9 *at Iowa State Oct. 15 at George Washington (Nt.) Oct. 23 NEBRASKA (HC) Oct. 30 OKLAHOMA STATE Nov. 13 at Kansas State Nov. 20 OKLAHOMA (8) Nov. 25 at Missouri #First Big Seven Conference game *500th game in school history

L W W W W W W W L L

13-14 40-0 40-7 20-7 12-0 27-7 13-7 20-14 7-60 7-21

26,000 25,070 21,000 11,959 13,814 36,500 23,957 18,000 39,000 32,000

0-28 12-13 6-19 21-14 26-48 55-14 38-0 27-13 28-34 46-0

32,000 22,095 20,000 18,000 37,000 26,000 33,500 36,500 40,500 14,105

7-14 16-6 27-21 33-21 40-7 26-33 39-26 13-33 47-7 6-20

32,000 14,218 24,000 17,392 22,500 39,000 13,000 39,000 18,000 18,000

27-13 53-33 27-35 26-7 21-33 33-14 27-7 34-26 27-12 41-28

28,000 25,000 29,367 20,000 50,000 20,000 34,000 18,000 17,000 35,000

1949 (5-5, 2-4) BIG SEVEN: 5TH

Captains: Forrest Griffith, Dick Tomlinson Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

TCU at Colorado IOWA STATE GEORGE WASHINGTON at Oklahoma at Oklahoma State KANSAS STATE at Nebraska MISSOURI (HC) at Arizona (Nt.)

L L L W L W W W L W

1950 (6-4, 3-3) BIG SEVEN: 4TH

Captains: John Amberg, Mike McCormack Sept. 23 Sept. 29 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 23

TCU at Denver (Nt.) COLORADO at Iowa State OKLAHOMA STATE NEBRASKA (HC) at Utah (19) OKLAHOMA (3) at Kansas State at Missouri

L W W W W L W L W L

1951 (8-2, 4-2) BIG SEVEN: 3RD Captains: Bill Schaake, Aubrey Linville Final Ranking: 20th (UPI) Sept. 22 at TCU (Nt.) Sept. 29 IOWA STATE Oct. 6 (20) at Colorado Oct. 13 UTAH Oct. 20 at Oklahoma Oct. 27 KANSAS STATE Nov. 3 at Nebraska Nov. 10 LOYOLA (Calif.) Nov. 17 at Oklahoma State Dec. 1 MISSOURI (HC)

W W L W L W W W W W

J A Y H A W K

9-31 19-6 0-32 7-33 13-0 0-38 0-21 20-16 6-45

C H A L K

L W L L W L L W L

R O C K

Sept. 26 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

HISTORY

1945 (4-5-1, 1-3-1) BIG SIX: 5TH

1940 (2-7, 0-5) BIG SIX: 6TH


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YEAR-BY-YEAR 1952 (7-3, 3-3) BIG SEVEN: 5TH Captains: Charlie Hoag, Oliver Spencer Sept. 20 *(17) TCU Sept. 27 (17) SANTA CLARA Oct. 4 (9) COLORADO Oct. 11 (9) at Iowa State Oct. 18 (8) OKLAHOMA (6) Oct. 25 (15) at SMU Nov. 1 (9) at Kansas State Nov. 8 (7) NEBRASKA (HC) Nov. 15 (19) OKLAHOMA STATE Nov. 22 (18) at Missouri *First nationally televised game (NBC)

W W W W L W W L W L

13-0 21-9 21-12 43-0 20-42 26-0 26-6 13-14 12-7 19-20

25,000 22,000 --10,101 40,000 33,000 16,500 33,500 20,000 26,000

0-13 7-19 23-0 27-21 0-45 6-14 0-9 0-7 14-41 6-10

26,000 43,000 20,000 24,300 42,500 29,000 33,000 25,000 17,000 34,000

1953 (2-8, 2-4) BIG SEVEN: T-4TH Captains: Morris Kay, Bob Hantla Sept. 19 Sept. 25 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at TCU (Nt.) at UCLA (4) (Nt.) IOWA STATE at Colorado at Oklahoma SMU at Nebraska KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA STATE MISSOURI (HC)

L L W W L L L L L L

CHUCK MATHER

1954 (0-10, 0-6) BIG SEVEN: 7TH Captain: Bud Bixler

L L L L L L L L L L

6-27 7-32 0-27 6-33 0-65 18-36 6-28 20-41 12-47 18-41

--22,000 24,000 10,000 29,000 20,000 21,000 10,000 10,000 29,000

14-47 13-0 0-12 7-7 6-44 14-33 14-19 0-46 12-7 13-7

25,000 19,000 22,500 20,000 43,000 20,000 31,000 26,000 12,000 30,000

0-32 27-27 25-26 25-14 12-34 21-13 20-15 20-26 0-13 13-15

28,000 17,000 20,000 10,000 31,000 14,000 19,000 28,000 21,913 28,002

1955 (3-6-1, 1-4-1) BIG SEVEN: T-5TH Captains: Ralph Moody, Dick Reich Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at TCU (Nt.) WASHINGTON STATE at Colorado IOWA STATE at Oklahoma (3) SMU at Nebraska KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA STATE MISSOURI (HC)

L W L T L L L L W W

1956 (3-6-1, 2-4) BIG SEVEN: T-5TH Captain: Galen Wahlmeier Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

TCU COLLEGE OF PACIFIC COLORADO at Iowa State OKLAHOMA (1) at Oklahoma State at Kansas State NEBRASKA (HC) at UCLA at Missouri

Captains: Lynn McCarthy, Wally Strauch, Bob Kraus Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 25 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at TCU (Nt.) OREGON STATE (9) at Colorado IOWA STATE at Oklahoma (2) at Miami (Fla.) (Nt.) at Nebraska KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA STATE MISSOURI (HC)

T L W L L L W W W W

13-13 6-34 35-34 6-21 0-47 6-48 14-12 13-7 13-7 9-7

--28,000 34,000 21,000 50,000 33,280 30,000 26,000 12,000 32,500

L T L W L W W L L L

1961 (7-3-1, 5-2) BIG EIGHT: 3RD

Captains: Curtis McClinton, John Hadl, Stan Kirschman Final Ranking: 15th (UPI) Sept. 23 (8) at TCU (Nt.) L Sept. 30 WYOMING T Oct. 7 at Colorado L Oct. 14 IOWA STATE W Oct. 21 at Oklahoma W Oct. 28 OKLAHOMA STATE W Nov. 4 at Nebraska W Nov. 11 KANSAS STATE (HC) W Nov. 18 at California W Nov. 25 (10) MISSOURI L Dec. 17 *vs. Rice W (Bluebonnet Bowl at Houston, Texas)

16-17 6-6 19-20 21-7 10-0 42-8 28-6 34-0 53-7 7-10 33-7

27,000 33,000 42,700 33,500 57,000 25,000 33,000 34,000 30,000 40,500 52,000

3-6 14-0 35-8 29-8 7-13 36-17 38-0 16-40 33-21 3-3

35,000 11,000 32,000 22,000 38,000 18,000 16,000 38,000 32,000 46,000

L W W L L W W L W L

6-10 10-0 25-21 14-17 18-21 41-7 34-0 9-23 43-14 7-9

26,000 35,000 18,121 34,000 61,826 35,000 30,000 39,844 21,000 45,000

W L L W W W W L W L

7-3 6-38 14-17 42-6 15-14 14-13 7-0 7-14 10-7 14-34

38,000 38,000 38,000 20,000 44,000 36,500 21,300 45,000 37,000 50,000

Sept. 18 at Texas Tech L Sept. 25 ARIZONA L Oct. 2 at California L Oct. 9 IOWA STATE L Oct. 16 at Oklahoma L Oct. 23 OKLAHOMA STATE W Oct. 30 #KANSAS STATE W Nov. 6 at Nebraska L Nov. 13 at Colorado L Nov. 20 MISSOURI L Memorial Stadium capacity increased to 51,000; #200th game in Memorial Stadium

7-26 15-23 0-17 7-21 7-21 9-0 34-0 6-42 14-21 20-44

35,300 35,000 32,000 38,500 45,000 34,000 36,900 53,910 21,200 44,000

*First bowl victory

1962 (6-3-1, 4-2-1) BIG EIGHT: 4TH Captains: Rodger McFarland, Ken Tiger

JACK MITCHELL

Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

9 SEASONS, 1958-66 44-42-5, .511

Captains: Homer Floyd, Bob Marshall

11-26-3, .313

TCU UCLA (8) COLORADO at Iowa State OKLAHOMA (1) at SMU at Kansas State NEBRASKA (20) at Oklahoma State MISSOURI (HC)

1957-95 1957 (5-4-1, 4-2) BIG EIGHT: 2ND

1958 (4-5-1, 3-2-1) BIG EIGHT: 4TH

4 SEASONS, 1954-57

Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE

Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

TCU (8) vs. Oregon St. (Nt.) (Portland, Ore.) COLORADO at Iowa State OKLAHOMA (11) TULANE at Kansas State NEBRASKA (HC) at Oklahoma State at Missouri

L L L W L W W W L T

0-42 0-12 0-31 7-0 0-43 14-9 21-12 29-7 3-6 13-13

20,000 28,115 22,000 17,082 30,000 17,000 19,000 23,000 15,000 32,000

7-14 21-35 28-7 10-3 33-14 6-7 7-0 14-27 28-14 9-13

25,000 25,000 20,000 30,000 27,000 51,013 25,000 26,000 15,000 40,000

21-7 41-0 7-14 28-14 13-13 14-7 7-21 31-0 34-6 23-7

32,000 18,000 40,000 16,277 40,000 30,000 47,000 28,000 33,000 43,000

1959 (5-5, 3-3) BIG EIGHT: T-3RD Captains: John Peppercorn, Ken Fitch Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at TCU (7) (Nt.) at Syracuse BOSTON at Nebraska KANSAS STATE at Oklahoma (18) IOWA STATE at Colorado OKLAHOMA STATE MISSOURI (HC)

L L W W W L W L W L

*1960 (7-2-1, 4-2-1) BIG EIGHT: T-3RD Captain: Doyle Schick

Final Ranking: 11th (AP), T-9th (UPI) Sept. 17 TCU Sept. 24 (7) at Kansas State Oct. 1 (5) SYRACUSE (2) Oct. 8 (10) at Iowa State Oct. 15 (9) OKLAHOMA Oct. 22 (15) at Oklahoma State Oct. 29 (19) at Iowa (1) Nov. 5 (10) NEBRASKA Nov. 12 (10) COLORADO (HC) Nov. 19 (11) at Missouri (1)

W W L W T W L W W* W*

*Later ordered to forfeit victories over Colorado and Missouri because of ineligible player

TCU at Boston (Nt.) COLORADO at Iowa State OKLAHOMA at Oklahoma State at Kansas State NEBRASKA (HC) CALIFORNIA at Missouri

L W W W L W W L W T

1963 (5-5, 3-4) BIG EIGHT: T-4TH Captains: Ken Coleman, Pete Quatrochi Sept. 21 at TCU (Nt.) Sept. 28 SYRACUSE Oct. 5 at Wyoming Oct. 12 IOWA STATE Oct. 19 at Oklahoma (6) Oct. 26 OKLAHOMA STATE Nov. 2 KANSAS STATE (HC) Nov. 9 #at Nebraska Nov. 16 at Colorado Nov. 30 MISSOURI Memorial Stadium capacity increased to 44,900; #Gale Sayers sets NCAA record with 99-yard run

1964 (6-4, 5-2) BIG EIGHT: 3RD Captains: Gary Duff, Gale Sayers Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

TCU at Syracuse WYOMING at Iowa State OKLAHOMA at Oklahoma State at Kansas State NEBRASKA (6) (HC) COLORADO at Missouri

1965 (2-8, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: 7TH Captains: Greg Roth, Mike Shinn


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YEAR-BY-YEAR 1970 (5-6, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: 6TH

Captains: Jerry Barnett, Bill Wohlford Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

TEXAS TECH at Arizona (Nt.) at Minnesota at Iowa State OKLAHOMA at Oklahoma State at Kansas State NEBRASKA (6) (HC) COLORADO (16) at Missouri

L W W L L L T L L L

7-23 35-13 16-14 7-24 0-35 7-10 3-3 13-24 18-35 0-7

28,165 33,147 43,147 23,015 37,252 22,148 17,985 40,881 36,158 52,279

PEPPER RODGERS Captain: Mike Sweatman

21,824 31,804 31,124 36,896 32,619 36,131 42,435 38,581 57,649 42,956

W W W W W W W L W W L

47-7 38-20 68-7 23-13 49-19 46-25 27-14 23-27 38-29 21-19 14-15

46,359 38,470 41,630 67,119 35,621 26,256 43,442 50,658 35,937 61,013 77,719

L W L L L L L L L L

22-28 13-0 7-16 22-26 17-21 20-44 25-28 14-17 15-31 21-69

43,201 42,230 13,338 48,285 63,223 25,806 33,927 37,893 54,752 48,474

1969 (1-9, 0-7) BIG EIGHT: 8TH Captain: Emery Hicks

Captains: Rick Kovatch, John Morgan, Steve Taylor

W W L L W L L L L L W

34-0 22-0 7-30 20-38 39-13 0-55 24-40 10-17 14-35 10-56 7-2

33,195 36,362 34,784 29,093 51,151 65,542 31,459 38,813 35,299 54,347 43,464

Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Dec. 26

WASHINGTON STATE at Kentucky OREGON STATE at Wisconsin at Nebraska (4) at Iowa State OKLAHOMA STATE (HC) KANSAS STATE at Oklahoma (12) (17 ) COLORADO (10) MISSOURI (18) (19) vs. Pittsburgh (Sun Bowl at El Paso, Texas)

L W W W L W L W W L W L

14-18 14-10 20-0 41-7 0-16 21-10 19-35 28-0 23-3 21-24 42-24 19-33

33,378 56,467 38,716 74,160 74,426 41,853 35,727 50,538 70,922 30,888 46,851 30,272

W W W W L L W L L L W

28-16 35-16 37-16 34-24 14-21 10-28 24-14 3-31 17-31 17-40 41-14

29,952 31,121 42,615 39,033 33,141 49,085 41,459 47,327 33,432 47,668 62,599

1976 (6-5, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: 8TH Captains: Nolan Cromwell, Chris Golub

Captains: Don Perkins, Pat Ryan

L W L W L L L W L L W

17-18 52-14 22-44 38-34 19-20 0-56 8-34 13-10 8-33 7-31 28-17

31,370 40,108 36,626 31,505 39,947 50,523 33,710 31,164 50,151 37,356 44,428

(19) at Oregon State (Nt.) WASHINGTON STATE (13) KENTUCKY (9) WISCONSIN (8) at Oklahoma State (15) OKLAHOMA (6) (HC) at Kansas State NEBRASKA (9) IOWA STATE at Colorado (19) at Missouri (19)

Captains: Tom Fitch, Tom Dinkel, John Masacarello

Captains: Don Goode, John Bryant

W W W L W L W T W L W L

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

1977 (3-7-1, 2-4-1) BIG EIGHT: 6TH

1973 (7-4-1, 4-2-1) BIG EIGHT: T-2ND Final Ranking: 18th (AP), T-15th (UPI) Sept. 15 WASHINGTON STATE Sept. 22 at Florida State Sept. 29 MINNESOTA Oct. 6 at Tennessee (9) Oct. 13 (19) KANSAS STATE (HC) Oct. 20 (18) at Nebraska (11) Oct. 27 (17) at Iowa State Nov. 3 (18) OKLAHOMA STATE Nov. 10 (18) COLORADO Nov. 17 (20) at Oklahoma (3) Nov. 24 (17) MISSOURI (19) Dec. 17 (19) vs. NC State (16) (Nt.) (Liberty Bowl at Memphis, Tenn.)

30,142 72,178 33,664 32,953 44,899 50,523 31,134 42,490 47,701 43,974 55,159

1975 (7-5, 4-3) BIG EIGHT: 4TH

1972 (4-7, 3-4) BIG EIGHT: 6TH WASHINGTON STATE WYOMING FLORIDA STATE (16) at Minnesota at Kansas State NEBRASKA (5) IOWA STATE (15) (HC) at Oklahoma State at Colorado (16) OKLAHOMA (4) at Missouri

14-7 3-17 40-9 28-10 20-13 0-56 6-22 13-24 16-17 14-45 3-27

17-27-1, .389

Captains: Kenny Page, Bob Childs

Sept. 9 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

W L W W W L L L L L L

4 SEASONS, 1975-78

1971 (4-7, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: T-6TH WASHINGTON STATE BAYLOR at Florida State (Nt.) at Minnesota KANSAS STATE (HC) at Nebraska (1) at Iowa State OKLAHOMA STATE COLORADO (13) at Oklahoma (2) MISSOURI

at Washington State (Nt.) at Tennessee (17) (Nt.) FLORIDA STATE TEXAS A&M (5) (19) at Kansas State (13) NEBRASKA (12) IOWA STATE (HC) at Oklahoma State at Colorado OKLAHOMA (1) at Missouri

BUD MOORE

1971-74: 19-25-1, .433 1979-82: 17-24-4, .422 Total: 36-49-5, .428

Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

29-8 28-0 34-19 27-28 25-18 9-10 22-20 10-10 17-15 20-48 14-13 18-31

39,687 19,934 30,205 42,842 51,574 76,322 33,440 37,226 31,717 64,122 44,062 50,011

Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Texas A&M (9) at UCLA (14) (Nt.) WASHINGTON STATE (15) at Oklahoma (1) at Miami (Fla.) (Nt.) COLORADO (3) (HC) OKLAHOMA STATE at Iowa State KANSAS STATE at Nebraska (12) MISSOURI

L L W L L T L L W L W

14-28 7-17 14-12 9-42 7-14 17-17 0-21 3-41 29-21 7-52 24-22

53,585 39,832 40,763 72,331 29,010 34,725 38,326 47,811 47,858 74,565 43,148

J A Y H A W K

20-21 15-18 15-30 10-0 26-15 28-14 17-16 8-12 10-14 17-6

Captain: John Zook

at Texas Tech (Nt.) SYRACUSE at New Mexico (Nt.) KANSAS STATE at Nebraska at Iowa State OKLAHOMA STATE COLORADO (HC) at Oklahoma MISSOURI (7)

31,971 36,355 20,643 39,094 41,070 46,500 35,837 33,488 38,445 36,820 57,521

C H A L K

L L L W W W W L L W

1968 (9-2, 6-1) BIG EIGHT: T-1ST

Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

48-31 0-23 31-14 4-23 21-15 20-41 24-10 7-19 29-45 24-28 17-28

8 SEASONS

1967 (5-5, 5-2) BIG EIGHT: T-2ND

Final Ranking: 7th (AP), 6th (UPI) Sept. 21 (12) at Illinois Sept. 28 (12) INDIANA Oct. 5 (8) NEW MEXICO Oct. 12 (6) at Nebraska (9) Oct. 19 (4) OKLAHOMA STATE Oct. 26 (3) at Iowa State Nov. 2 (3) COLORADO (HC) Nov. 9 (3) OKLAHOMA Nov. 16 (7) at Kansas State Nov. 23 (7) MISSOURI (13) Jan. 1 (6) vs. Penn State (3) (Nt.) (Orange Bowl at Miami, Fla.)

Captains: Robert Miller, Steve Towle W L W W W L W L L L L

R O C K

20-22, .476

at Stanford at Indiana OHIO NEBRASKA (8) at Oklahoma State IOWA STATE KANSAS STATE (HC) at Colorado at Oklahoma (7) MISSOURI

Sept. 12 *WASHINGTON STATE Sept. 19 TEXAS TECH Sept. 26 at Syracuse Oct. 3 NEW MEXICO Oct. 10 at Kansas State Oct. 17 NEBRASKA (5) Oct. 24 IOWA STATE (HC) Oct. 31 at Oklahoma State Nov. 7 at Colorado Nov. 14 OKLAHOMA Nov. 21 at Missouri *KU’s first home game on artificial turf

DON FAMBROUGH

4 SEASONS, 1967-70

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

1974 (4-7, 1-6) BIG EIGHT: 8TH

Captain: Larry Brown

HISTORY

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YEAR-BY-YEAR 1978 (1-10, 0-7) BIG EIGHT: 8TH

1982 (2-7-2, 1-5-1) BIG EIGHT: 7TH

Captains: Mike Wellman, Franklin King Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

TEXAS A&M (13) at Washington (18) UCLA (8) MIAMI (Fla.) at Colorado (13) OKLAHOMA (1) at Oklahoma State IOWA STATE (HC) NEBRASKA (4) at Missouri at Kansas State

Captains: Tim Friess, Russ Bastin, Gary Coleman, Paul Fairchild L L W L L L L L L L L

10-37 2-31 28-24 6-38 7-17 16-17 7-21 7-13 21-63 0-48 20-36

30,698 49,450 35,362 36,372 46,345 40,450 35,336 32,768 50,463 64,453 42,814

Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

WICHITA STATE TCU at Kentucky TULSA at Oklahoma State OKLAHOMA at Kansas State (Nt.) NEBRASKA (6) IOWA STATE (HC) at Colorado at Missouri

DON FAMBROUGH

MIKE GOTTFRIED

8 SEASONS

15-18-1, .456

1983 (4-6-1, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: 7TH

Captains: Brian Bethke, Mike Gay, Monty Carbonell L L W L L W L W L L L

0-24 34,893 7-28 100,228 37-18 36,688 27-45 31,296 0-42 74,341 24-7 47,064 17-30 29,671 36-28 48,627 0-38 71,822 17-31 25,572 7-55 34,599

T L L W L W T W L W L

7-7 3-18 9-17 23-8 0-54 28-17 14-14 20-18 19-21 42-3 6-31

27,750 42,300 32,800 43,126 50,268 30,000 41,000 43,276 40,150 37,291 64,356

1981 (8-4, 4-3) BIG EIGHT: 4TH

34-37 16-16 57-6 26-20 35-38 31-3 10-27 14-45 23-34 13-67 37-27

at Tulsa (Nt.) W 15-11 OREGON W 19-10 KENTUCKY W 21-16 ARKANSAS STATE W 17-16 OKLAHOMA STATE (HC) L 7-20 at Oklahoma L 7-45 KANSAS STATE W 17-14 at Nebraska (12) L 15-31 at Iowa State W 24-11 COLORADO W 27-0 MISSOURI W 19-11 vs. Mississippi State L 0-10 (Hall of Fame Bowl at Birmingham, Ala.)

Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

WICHITA STATE FLORIDA STATE (18) at Vanderbilt at North Carolina IOWA STATE at Kansas State at Oklahoma State (12) OKLAHOMA (2) (HC) at Colorado NEBRASKA (2) at Missouri

W L L L W L L W W L W

31-7 16-42 6-41 17-23 33-14 7-24 10-47 28-11 28-27 7-41 35-21

36,824 39,840 40,200 32,100 39,810 74,807 51,600 76,208 49,720 31,500 47,500 41,000

33,200 38,600 41,065 45,000 31,500 42,250 44,000 29,500 33,166 50,653 41,027

Captains: Sylvester Byrd, Skip Peete, Willie Pless, Mike Norseth Aug. 31 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Hawaii (Nt.) VANDERBILT INDIANA STATE at Florida State (4) (Nt.) EASTERN ILLINOIS at Iowa State KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA STATE (12) at Oklahoma (9) COLORADO (HC) at Nebraska (2) MISSOURI

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2 SEASONS, 1986-87 4-17-1, .205

1986 (3-8, 0-7) BIG EIGHT: 8TH

Captains: Phil Forte, Mike Orth, Paul Oswald, Wayne Ziegler, John Randolph Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

NORTH CAROLINA UTAH STATE INDIANA STATE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS IOWA STATE (HC) at Kansas State at Oklahoma State (Nt.) OKLAHOMA (4) at Colorado NEBRASKA (6) at Missouri

L W W W L L L L L L L

0-20 16-13 20-6 35-23 10-13 12-29 6-24 3-64 10-17 0-70 0-48

40,200 36,300 32,400 22,500 20,500 38,320 46,400 38,500 37,056 48,800 33,553

0-49 17-31 11-16 16-15 2-54 10-35 28-42 10-71 17-17 17-49 7-19

65,711 33,700 23,000 20,500 76,053 43,514 28,300 23,500 37,600 18,200 32,202

Captain: Game-by-Game Selection

26,000 27,244 36,500 49,255 48,125 49,300 31,300 75,008 28,600 76,503 38,400

1985 (6-6, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: 6TH

Captains: David Lawrence, Greg Smith Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Dec. 31

L T W W L W L L L L W

Captains: Sylvester Byrd, Willie Pless, Bennie Simecka

Captains: Harry Sydney, Frank Wattlelet at Oregon PITTSBURGH (5) LOUISVILLE at Syracuse NEBRASKA (10) IOWA STATE (19) (HC) at Oklahoma State at Kansas State OKLAHOMA (11) at Colorado at Missouri

Sept. 3 NORTHERN ILLINOIS Sept. 10 at TCU (Nt.) Sept. 17 WICHITA STATE Sept. 24 at USC (10) Oct. 8 at Iowa State Oct. 15 KANSAS STATE Oct. 22 *OKLAHOMA STATE Oct. 29 at Oklahoma (14) Nov. 5 COLORADO Nov. 12 at Nebraska (1) Nov. 19 MISSOURI (19) (HC) *300th game in Memorial Stadium

BOB VALESENTE

1987 (1-9-1, 0-6-1) BIG EIGHT: 7TH

1984 (5-6, 4-3) BIG EIGHT: 4TH

1980 (4-5-2, 3-3-1) BIG EIGHT: 4TH Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

41,500 30,500 55,320 35,552 43,400 36,230 45,595 50,172 26,796 35,114 49,041

Captains: Mike Arbanas, Paul Fairchild, Frank Seurer, E.J. Jones, Eddie Simmons

1979 (3-8, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: 7TH at Pittsburgh (16) at Michigan (11) NORTH TEXAS SYRACUSE at Nebraska (5) at Iowa State OKLAHOMA STATE (HC) KANSAS STATE at Oklahoma (6) COLORADO MISSOURI

10-13 30-19 13-13 15-29 24-24 14-38 7-36 0-52 24-17 3-28 10-16

3 SEASONS, 1983-85

1971-74: 19-25-1, .433 1979-82: 17-24-4, .422 Total: 36-49-5, .428

Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 22

L W T L T L L L W L L

33-27 46,626 42-16 39,000 37-10 38,500 20-24 57,135 44-20 37,500 21-22 43,117 38-7 40,000 10-17 35,200 6-48 75,008 3-14 25,000 6-56 75,863 34-20 22,000

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Auburn (4) (Nt.) KENT STATE LOUISIANA TECH SOUTHERN ILLINOIS at Nebraska (2) at Colorado IOWA STATE (HC) OKLAHOMA (1) at Kansas State OKLAHOMA STATE at Missouri

L L L W L L L L T L L

GLEN MASON 9 SEASONS, 1988-96 47-54-1, .466

1988 (1-10, 1-6) BIG EIGHT: 7TH

Captains: Curtis Moore, Peda Samuel, Arnold Snell Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

BAYLOR at Auburn (6) (Nt.) at California NEW MEXICO STATE NEBRASKA (9) COLORADO (HC) at Iowa State at Oklahoma (8) KANSAS STATE at Oklahoma State (14) MISSOURI

L L L L L L L L W L L

14-27 7-56 21-52 29-42 10-63 9-21 14-42 14-63 30-12 24-63 17-55

43,200 55,700 34,000 33,500 32,500 22,500 43,180 74,004 35,000 40,100 25,000

W L W L L L L W L L W

41-17 28-33 28-21 3-46 6-45 20-24 17-49 21-16 24-37 14-51 46-44

37,500 37,200 41,000 26,765 44,500 31,500 50,057 35,652 28,500 76,232 33,981

1989 (4-7, 2-5) BIG EIGHT: 6TH Captains: John Barker, Mark Koncz Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

MONTANA STATE LOUISVILLE KENT STATE at Baylor (Nt.) OKLAHOMA (16) IOWA STATE (HC) at Colorado (3) at Kansas State OKLAHOMA STATE at Nebraska (6) at Missouri


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YEAR-BY-YEAR 1994 (6-5, 3-4) BIG EIGHT: 5TH

Captains: Chip Budde, Curtis Moore Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

VIRGINIA (15) OREGON STATE at Louisville at Oklahoma (9) at Iowa State at Miami (3) COLORADO (14) KANSAS STATE (HC) at Oklahoma State NEBRASKA (13) MISSOURI

L W L L T L L W W L L

1998 (4-7, 1-7) BIG 12 NORTH: 5TH

Captains: John Jones, Gerald McBurrows 10-59 38-12 16-28 17-31 34-34 0-34 10-41 27-24 31-30 9-41 21-41

35,000 28,500 35,848 70,095 54,211 54,211 40,000 45,000 30,100 36,000 30,000

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 6 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Houston (Nt.) MICHIGAN STATE (Nt.) at TCU (Nt.) UAB KANSAS STATE (19) (Nt.) at Iowa State OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA STATE (HC) at Nebraska (1) COLORADO (7) at Missouri

W W L W L W L W L L W

35-13 17-10 21-31 72-0 13-21 41-23 17-20 24-14 17-45 26-51 41-31

18,150 48,100 37,313 35,000 48,800 32,563 42,500 31,000 75,543 35,000 35,648

1995 (10-2, 5-2) BIG EIGHT: T-2ND

Captains: Mark Williams, Keith Rodgers, Ashaundai Smith 26,500 20,211

36,200 37,512 32,519 64,333 46,500 48,500 75,158 37,850 48,800 30,500 36,821

5 SEASONS, 1997-2001 20-33, .379

Captains: John Jones, Guy Howard, Dan Schmidt, Chris Maumalanga Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

vs. Florida State (1) L 0-42 (Kickoff Classic at East Rutherford, N.J.) WESTERN CAROLINA W 46-3 at Michigan State L 14-31 UTAH L 16-41 COLORADO STATE W 24-6 at Kansas State L 9-10 IOWA STATE W 35-20 at Oklahoma (14) L 25-38 at Oklahoma State W 13-6 NEBRASKA (6) L 20-21 at Colorado (18) L 14-38 MISSOURI W 28-10

51,734 31,500 53,797 34,000 37,500 44,165 28,500 60,441 30,163 47,500 40,044 31,500

1997 (5-6, 3-5) BIG 12 NORTH: 5TH

Captains: Tony Blevins, Jason Thoren, Matt Johner, Eric Vann, Ron Warner Aug. 28 UAB (Nt.) Sept. 6 TCU Sept. 13 *MISSOURI Sept. 20 at Cincinnati (Nt.) Oct. 4 OKLAHOMA Oct. 11 at Texas Tech (Nt.) Oct. 18 at Colorado Oct. 25 NEBRASKA (1) (Nt.) Nov. 1 IOWA STATE (HC) Nov. 8 at Kansas State (11) Nov. 15 at Texas *500th win in school history

W W W L W L L L W L L

24-0 17-10 15-7 7-34 20-17 7-17 6-42 0-35 34-24 16-48 31-45

1999 (5-7, 3-5) BIG 12 NORTH: T-4TH

Captains: Zac Wegner, Tim Bowers, John Williams, Michael Chandler Aug. 28 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at Notre Dame CS-NORTHRIDGE (Nt.) at Colorado SAN DIEGO STATE (Nt.) SMU (HC) at Kansas State at Texas A&M (13) MISSOURI NEBRASKA (8) BAYLOR at Oklahoma State IOWA STATE

L W L L W L L W L W L W

13-48 71-14 17-51 13-41 27-9 9-50 17-34 21-0 17-24 45-10 13-45 31-28

32,100 35,000 38,000 17,636 43,500 43,012 52,097 42,000 43,000 43,832 68,097

80,012 33,300 47,783 34,500 24,700 52,254 70,232 42,300 45,100 28,600 39,562 27,000

2000 (4-7, 2-6) BIG 12 NORTH: 5TH

Captains: Zac Wegner, Carl Nesmith, Moran Norris, Dylen Smith, John Oddonetto Sept. 2 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

at SMU (Nt.) UAB (Nt.) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (Nt.) at Oklahoma (14) KANSAS STATE (4) at Missouri COLORADO (HC) TEXAS TECH at Nebraska (6) TEXAS (19) at Iowa State

L W W L L W W L L L L

17-31 23-20 42-0 16-34 13-52 38-17 23-15 39-45 17-56 16-51 17-38

32,267 28,500 30,500 74,811 48,500 61,794 32,600 26,000 78,096 27,200 36,725

2001 (3-8, 1-7) BIG 12 NORTH: 6TH

Captains: Nate Dwyer, Harrison Hill, Marcus Rogers, Brandon Wier, Roger Ross, Justin Hartwig, Termaine Fulton Sept. 1 MISSOURI STATE (Nt.) W 24-10 Sept. 8 UCLA (14) L 17-41 Sept. 22 at Colorado L 16-27 Oct. 6 at Texas Tech (Nt.) (OT) W 34-31 Oct. 13 OKLAHOMA (3) (HC) (Nt.) L 10-38 Oct. 20 MISSOURI L 34-38 Oct. 27 at Kansas State L 6-40 Nov. 3 NEBRASKA (2) (Nt.) L 7-51 *Nov. 10 at Texas (5) L 0-59 *Nov. 17 IOWA STATE L 7-49 *Nov. 24 WYOMING W 27-14 *Tom Hayes took over as head coach for final three games

TERRY ALLEN

1993 (5-7, 3-4) BIG EIGHT: 5TH

28-38 32,500 23-41 59,720 63-21 31,100 39-37 30,543 21-24 36,000 24-31 31,271 0-41 76,174 33-17 31,600 6-54 43,000 23-14 20,000 20-23 26,029

37,500 43,500 47,495 45,343 48,700 38,500 50,101 50,750 83,111 33,500 24,000

J A Y H A W K

BIG 12 CONFERENCE

L L W W L L L W L W L

C H A L K

34,000 37,500 52,330 43,000 74,639 44,284 46,300 50,300 36,600 41,112

Sept. 5 OKLAHOMA STATE Sept. 12 at Missouri (25) Sept. 19 ILLINOIS STATE (Nt.) Sept. 26 *at UAB (Nt.) (4OT) Oct. 3 TEXAS A&M (18) Oct. 10 at Baylor Oct. 17 at Nebraska (8) (Nt.) Oct. 24 COLORADO (17) (HC) (Nt.) Oct. 31 KANSAS STATE (4) Nov. 7 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 21 at Iowa State *Four-overtime game tied NCAA record

R O C K

Final Ranking: 9th (AP), 10th (CNN/USA Today Coaches) Sept. 2 *CINCINNATI W 23-18 Sept. 9 vs. North Texas W 27-10 (Texas Stadium at Irving, Texas) Sept. 14 TCU W 38-20 Sept. 23 HOUSTON (Nt.) W 20-13 Oct. 7 (24) at Colorado (4) W 40-24 Oct. 14 (10) IOWA STATE (HC) W 34-7 Oct. 21 (7) at Oklahoma (15) (Nt.) W 38-17 TONY SANDS Oct. 28 (6) at Kansas State (14) L 7-41 Nov. 4 (11) MISSOURI W 42-23 1991 (6-5, 3-4) BIG EIGHT: 5TH Nov. 11 (10) NEBRASKA (1) L 3-41 Captains: Scott Imwalle, Roger Robben, Doug Terry Nov. 18 (15) at Oklahoma State W 22-17 Sept. 7 at Toledo (Nt.) W 30-7 24,010 Dec. 25 (11) vs. UCLA (25) W 51-30 Sept. 14 TULSA W 23-17 35,000 (Aloha Bowl at Honolulu, Hawai’i) Sept. 21 NEW MEXICO STATE W 54-14 34,000 *1,000th game in school history Oct. 5 at Virginia L 19-31 40,200 Oct. 12 at Kansas State L 12-16 48,856 Oct. 19 IOWA STATE (HC) W 41-0 37,000 Oct. 26 at Oklahoma (21) L 3-41 68,128 Nov. 2 at Oklahoma State W 31-0 18,000 1996-PRESENT Nov. 9 NEBRASKA (11) L 23-59 40,000 Nov. 16 COLORADO (16) L 24-30 40,863 1996 (4-7, 2-6) BIG 12 NORTH: 5TH Nov. 23 *MISSOURI W 53-29 28,000 Captains: Ronnie Ward, Mark Sanders *Tony Sands sets NCAA game rushing record with 396 yards Aug. 29 (25) BALL STATE (Nt.) W 35-10 Sept. 14 (24) at TCU (Nt.) W 52-17 1992 (8-4, 4-3) BIG EIGHT: 3RD Sept. 28 (20) at Utah (Nt.) L 42-45 Captains: Hassan Bailey, Monte Cozzens, Matt Gay, Oct. 5 *at Oklahoma W 52-24 Oct. 12 TEXAS TECH L 7-30 Dana Stubblefield Oct. 19 COLORADO (9) (HC) L 7-20 Final Ranking: 22nd (AP), 22nd (UPI), 23rd (CNN/USA Today Coaches) Oct. 26 at Nebraska (5) L 7-63 Sept. 5 at Oregon State W 49-7 28,591 Nov. 2 at Iowa State W 34-31 Sept. 12 BALL STATE W 62-10 38,500 Nov. 9 KANSAS STATE (13) L 12-38 Sept. 19 at Tulsa W 40-7 38,986 Nov. 16 TEXAS L 17-38 Sept. 24 (24) CALIFORNIA (Nt.) L 23-27 44,500 Nov. 23 at Missouri L 25-42 Oct. 10 KANSAS STATE W 31-7 48,604 *First Big 12 Conference victory Oct. 17 (25) at Iowa State W 50-47 39,331 Oct. 24 (22) OKLAHOMA (HC) W 27-10 43,500 Nov. 2 (18) OKLAHOMA STATE W 26-18 31,500 Nov. 9 (13) at Nebraska (7) (Nt.) L 7-49 76,287 Nov. 16 (20) COLORADO (18) L 18-25 43,000 Nov. 23 (22) at Missouri L 17-22 30,845 Dec. 25 (22) vs. Brigham Young (25) W 23-20 42,933 (Aloha Bowl at Honolulu, Hawai’i)

Captains: Zac Wegner, Michael Allen, Justin Glasgow, Patrick Brown

HISTORY

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2006 (6-6, 3-5) BIG 12 NORTH: 4TH

MARK MANGINO

Captains: Derek Fine, James McClinton, David Ochoa, Mike Rivera

8 SEASONS, 2002-09 50-48, .510

2002 (2-10, 0-8) BIG 12 NORTH: 6TH

Captains: Greg Cole, Leo Etienne, Justin Sands Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

at Iowa State at UNLV (Nt.) MISSOURI STATE (Nt.) BOWLING GREEN (Nt.) at Tulsa (Nt.) at Baylor COLORADO (HC) TEXAS A&M at Missouri KANSAS STATE (14) at Nebraska OKLAHOMA STATE

L L W L W L L L L L L L

3-45 20-31 44-24 16-39 43-33 32-35 29-53 22-47 12-36 0-64 7-45 20-55

40,026 25,109 40,500 37,000 17,893 22,103 34,500 34,000 60,247 43,000 77,351 27,500

2003 (6-7, 3-5) BIG 12 NORTH: T-4TH

Captains: Adrian Jones, Zach Dyer, Bill Whittemore, Banks Floodman, Travis Watkins Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Dec. 22

NORTHWESTERN (Nt.) L 20-28 UNLV (Nt.) W 46-24 at Wyoming W 42-35 JACKSONVILLE ST. (Nt.) W 41-6 MISSOURI (23) W 35-14 at Colorado (OT) L 47-50 BAYLOR (HC) W 28-21 at Kansas State L 6-42 at Texas A&M L 33-45 NEBRASKA (19) L 3-24 at Oklahoma State L 21-44 IOWA STATE W 36-7 vs. North Carolina State L 26-56 (Mazda Tangerine Bowl at Orlando, Fla.)

27,775 33,980 18,329 34,712 50,071 50,477 40,088 51,614 68,487 50,107 40,850 34,518 26,482

2004 (4-7, 2-6) BIG 12 NORTH: T-5TH

Captains: Travis Watkins, Joe Vaughn, Brandon Rideau, Banks Floodman, David McMillan Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

TULSA (Nt.) TOLEDO (Nt.) at Northwestern TEXAS TECH at Nebraska (Nt.) KANSAS STATE (HC) (Nt.) at Oklahoma (2) at Iowa State COLORADO TEXAS (6) at Missouri

W W L L L W L L L L W

21-3 63-14 17-20 30-31 8-14 31-28 10-41 7-13 21-30 23-27 31-14

40,646 41,251 24,817 37,422 77,637 50,152 84,520 36,384 38,214 38,714 53,480

2005 (7-5, 3-5) BIG 12 NORTH: 5TH

Captains: Banks Floodman, Charles Gordon, Kevin Kane, David Ochoa, Nick Reid Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 26 Dec. 23

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (Nt.) W 30-19 APPALACHIAN STATE (Nt.) W 36-8 LOUISIANA TECH (Nt.) W 34-14 at Texas Tech (13) (Nt.) L 17-30 at Kansas State L 3-12 vs. Oklahoma (Nt.) (at K.C.) L 3-19 at Colorado (Nt.) L 13-44 MISSOURI W 13-3 NEBRASKA W 40-15 at Texas (2) L 14-66 IOWA STATE (25) (OT) W 24-21 vs. Houston (Nt.) W 42-13 (Fort Worth Bowl at Fort Worth, Texas)

40,930 37,070 41,237 52,601 49,798 54,109 48,025 48,238 51,750 83,696 42,826 33,505

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 15 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

NORTHWESTERN ST. (Nt.)  LOUISIANA MONROE (Nt.) at Toledo (2OT) (Nt.) SOUTH FLORIDA (Nt.) at Nebraska (21) (OT) (Nt.) TEXAS A&M OKLAHOMA STATE at Baylor COLORADO at Iowa State KANSAS STATE at Missouri

W W L W L L L L W W W L

49-18 21-19 31-37 13-7 32-39 18-21 33-42 35-36 20-15 41-10 39-20 17-42

44,025 45,221 22,118 40,933 85,069 46,445 41,203 36,125 39,313 40,272 51,821 55,614

2007 (12-1, 7-1) BIG 12 NORTH: T-1ST

Captains: Derek Fine, James McClinton, Aqib Talib, Brandon McAnderson Final Ranking: 7th (AP), 7th (Coaches), 8th (BCS), 8th (Harris) Sept. 1 CENTRAL MICHIGAN (Nt.) W 52-7 46,815 Sept. 8 SOUTHEASTERN LA. (Nt.) W 62-0 43,914 Sept.15 TOLEDO (Nt.) W 45-13 48,112 Sept. 22 FIU (Nt.) W 55-3 42,134 Oct. 6 at Kansas State (24) W 30-24 50,924 Oct. 13 (20) BAYLOR W 58-10 43,556 Oct. 20 (15) at Colorado W 19-14 51,940 Oct. 27 (12) at Texas A&M (Nt.) W 19-11 85,341 Nov. 3 (8) NEBRASKA W 76-39 51,910 Nov. 10 (5) at Oklahoma St. (Nt.) W 43-28 39,848 Nov. 17 (4) IOWA STATE W 45-7 51,050 Nov. 24 (2) vs. Missouri (4) (Nt.) (at K.C.) L 28-36 80,537 Jan. 3 (8) vs. Virginia Tech (5) (Nt.) W 24-21 74,111 (Fed Ex Orange Bowl at Miami, Fla.)

2008 (8-5, 4-4) BIG 12 NORTH: 3RD

Captains: Ryan Cantrell, Joe Mortensen, Todd Reesing, Mike Rivera Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 12 Sept. 20 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 28 Dec. 31

(14) FIU (Nt.) (14) LOUISIANA TECH (Nt.) (13) at S. Florida (19) (Nt.) (19) SAM HOUSTON (Nt.) (16) at Iowa State (16) COLORADO (16) at Oklahoma (4) (19) TEXAS TECH (8) KANSAS STATE at Nebraska TEXAS (4) vs. Missouri (12) (at K.C.) vs. Minnesota (Insight Bowl at Tempe, Ariz.)

W W L W W W L L W L L W W

40-10 29-0 34-37 38-14 35-33 30-14 31-45 21-63 52-21 35-45 7-35 40-37 42-21

52.112 48,621 58,755 51,767 47,847 49,566 85,241 50,125 52,230 85,486 51,930 79,123 49,103

2009 (5-7, 1-7) BIG 12 NORTH: 6TH

Captains: Kerry Meier, Todd Reesing, Jake Sharp, Darrell Stuckey Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

(25) N. COLORADO (Nt.) (24) at UTEP (Nt.) (22) DUKE (20) SOUTHERN MISS. (16) IOWA STATE (17) at Colorado (Nt.) (24) OKLAHOMA (25) at Texas Tech at Kansas State NEBRASKA at Texas (3) (Nt.) vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

W W W W W L L L L L L L

49-3 34-7 44-16 35-28 41-36 30-34 13-35 21-42 10-17 17-31 20-51 39-41

52,530 31,885 50,101 50,025 48,203 51,146 51,104 47,291 48,306 51,525 101,357 70,072

TURNER GILL 2 SEASONS, 2010-11 5-19, .208

2010 (3-9, 1-7) BIG 12 NORTH: 6TH

Captains: Sal Capra, Chris Harris, Jake Laptad, Angus Quigley, Justin Springer Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 17 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 14 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

NORTH DAKOTA ST. (Nt.) GEORGIA TECH (15) at South. Miss. (Fri.) (Nt.) NEW MEXICO ST. (Nt.) at Baylor KANSAS ST. (Thur.) (Nt.) TEXAS A&M (HC) (Nt.) at Iowa State COLORADO at Nebraska (9) (Nt.) OKLAHOMA STATE (12) vs. Missouri (15) (at K.C.)

L W L W L L L L W L L L

3-6 28-25 16-31 42-16 7-55 7-59 10-45 16-28 52-45 3-20 14-48 7-35

48,417 46,907 30,211 46,719 35,405 47,561 44,239 46,485 40,851 85,587 39,261 55,788

2011 (2-10, 0-9) BIG 12: 10TH

Captains: Tim Biere, Jeremiah Hatch, Steven Johnson, Toben Opurum Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

MCNEESE ST. (Nt.) NORTHERN ILLINOIS (Nt.) at Georgia Tech TEXAS TECH (HC) at Oklahoma State (6) OKLAHOMA (1) (Nt.) KANSAS STATE (12) at Texas (24) (Nt.) at Iowa State BAYLOR (OT) at Texas A&M vs. Missouri (at K.C.)

W W L L L L L L L L L L

42-24 45-42 24-66 34-45 28-70 17-47 21-59 0-43 10-13 30-31 7-61 10-24

41,068 48,084 42,025 39,621 58,030 42,580 47,157 99,211 51,575 35,188 86,411 47,059

CHARLIE WEIS 3 SEASONS, 2012-14 6-22, .214

2012 (1-11, 0-9) BIG 12: 10TH

Captains: Dayne Crist, Tanner Hawkinson, Toben Opurum Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

SOUTH DAKOTA ST. (Nt.) RICE TCU (16) at Northern Illinois at Kansas State (7) OKLAHOMA ST. at Oklahoma (10) (Nt.) TEXAS at Baylor at Texas Tech (2OT) (25) IOWA STATE (Nt.) at West Virginia

W L L L L L L L L L L L

31-17 24-25 6-20 23-30 16-56 14-20 7-52 17-21 14-41 34-41 23-51 10-59

46,601 44,683 43,867 18.374 50,344 31,115 84,532 40,097 39,039 55,052 41,608 51,112

2013 (3-9, 1-8) BIG 12: 10TH

Captains: Jake Heaps, Ben Heeney, James Sims, Keon Stowers Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

SOUTH DAKOTA (Nt.) at Rice (Nt.) LOUISIANA TECH TEXAS TECH (20) at TCU OKLAHOMA (18) BAYLOR (6) (Nt.) at Texas at Oklahoma State (15) WEST VIRGINIA at Iowa State (Nt.) KANSAS STATE

W L W L L L L L L W L L

31-14 14-23 13-10 16-54 17-27 19-34 14-59 13-35 6-42 31-19 0-34 10-31

41,920 22,974 39,823 35,648 41,894 41,113 32,264 97,105 58,476 30,809 54,081 43,610


187

YEAR-BY-YEAR

2014 (3-9, 1-8) BIG 12: 9TH

2018 (3-9, 1-8) BIG 12: 10TH

Sept. 6 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ST. (Nt.) W 34-28 Sept. 13 at Duke L 3-41 Sept. 20 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 24-10 Sept. 27 TEXAS L 0-23 *Oct. 4 at West Virginia L 14-33 *Oct. 11 OKLAHOMA STATE (16) L 20-27 *Oct. 18 at Texas Tech L 21-34 *Nov. 1 at Baylor (12) L 14-60 *Nov. 8 IOWA STATE W 34-14 *Nov. 15 TCU (5) L 30-34 *Nov. 22 at Oklahoma (23) L 7-44 *Nov. 29 at Kansas State (11) L 13-51 *Clint Bowen took over as head coach for final eight games

Captains: Jeremiah Booker, Joe Dineen Jr., Daniel Wise 36,574 25,203 34,822 36,904 52,164 31,985 54,071 45,754 33,288 30,889 84,908 53,439

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 16 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 23

NICHOLLS (OT) at Central Michigan RUTGERS at Baylor OKLAHOMA STATE (21) at West Virginia (8) at Texas Tech TCU IOWA STATE at Kansas State at Oklahoma (6) TEXAS

L W W L L L L W L L L L

23-26 31-7 55-14 7-26 28-48 22-38 16-48 27-26 3-27 17-21 40-55 17-24

24,305 18,127 28,044 36,725 18,364 57,419 54,402 15.069 15,543 50,062 86,371 15,219

DON FAMBROUGH

4 SEASONS, 2015-18 6-42, .143

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

2015 (0-12, 0-9) BIG 12: 10TH

Captains: Montell Cozart, Ben Goodman Jr., Fish Smithson

2016 (2-10, 1-8) BIG 12: 10TH

Captains: Montell Cozart, Joe Dineen Jr., Fish Smithson Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 29 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

RHODE ISLAND OHIO at Memphis at Texas Tech TCU at Baylor (11) OKLAHOMA STATE at Oklahoma (16) at West Virginia (14) IOWA STATE TEXAS (OT) at Kansas State

W L L L L L L L L L W L

55-6 21-37 7-43 19-55 23-24 7-49 20-44 3-56 21-48 24-31 24-21 19-34

26,864 28,467 34,448 56,494 23,946 47,598 26,262 86,301 56,343 23,757 25,673 52,637

2017 (1-11, 0-9) BIG 12: 10TH

Captains: Dorance Armstrong Jr., Jeremiah Booker, Joe Dineen Jr., Daniel Wise Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

SEMO CENTRAL MICHIGAN at Ohio WEST VIRGINIA TEXAS TECH at Iowa State at TCU (4) KANSAS STATE BAYLOR at Texas OKLAHOMA (3) at Oklahoma State (18)

W L L L L L L L L L L L

38-16 27-45 30-42 34-56 19-65 0-45 0-43 20-30 9-38 27-42 3-41 17-58

26,864 28,531 22,056 23,901 21,050 55,593 42,969 36,223 21,797 96,557 22,854 56,790

COACH YEARS SEASONS W-L-T No Coach 1890 1 1-2-0 1. E. M. Hopkins 1891 1 7-0-1 2. A. W. Shepard 1892-93 2 9-6-0 3. Hector Cowan 1894-96 3 15-7-1 4. Wylie G. Woodruff 1897-98 2 15-3-0 5. Fielding H. Yost 1899 1 10-0-0 6. Charles Boynton 1900 1 2-5-2 7. John Outland 1901 1 3-5-2 8. Arthur Curtis 1902 1 6-4-0 9. Harrison Weeks 1903 1 6-3-0 10. A. R. Kennedy 1904-10 7 52-9-4 11. Ralph W. Sherwin 1911 1 4-2-2 12. Arthur Mosse 1912-13 2 9-7-0 13. H. M. Wheaton 1914 1 5-2-1 14. Herman Olcott 1915-17 3 16-7-1 15. Jay Bond 1918 1 2-2-0 16. Leon McCarty 1919 1 3-2-3 17. Forrest C. Allen 1920 1 5-2-1 18. Potsy Clark 1921-25 5 16-17-6 19. Franklin Cappon 1926-27 2 5-10-1 20. Bill Hargiss 1928-32 5 18-16-2 21. Ad Lindsey$ 1932-38 6 23-30-8 22. Gwinn Henry 1939-42 4 9-27-0 23. Henry Shenk 1943-45 3 11-16-3 24. George Sauer 1946-47 2 15-3-3 25. J. V. Sikes 1948-53 6 35-25-0 26. Chuck Mather 1954-57 4 11-26-3 27. Jack Mitchell 1958-66 9 44-42-5 28. Pepper Rodgers 1967-70 4 20-22-0 29. Don Fambrough 1971-74 4 19-25-1 1979-82 4 17-24-4 TOTALS 8 36-49-5 30. Bud Moore 1975-78 4 17-27-1 31. Mike Gottfried 1983-85 3 15-18-1 32. Bob Valesente 1986-87 2 4-17-1 33. Glen Mason 1988-96 9 47-54-1 34. Terry Allen 1997-2001 5 20-33-0 Tom Hayes* 2001 -- 1-2-0 35. Mark Mangino 2002-09 8 50-48-0 36. Turner Gill 2010-11 2 5-19-0 37. Charlie Weis 2012-14 2 6-22-0 Clint Bowen^ 2014 -- 1-7-0 38. David Beaty 2015-18 4 6-42-0 TOTALS 129 585-640-58

$ Ad Lindsey coached final six games of 1932 season * Tom Hayes served as interim head coach for the final three games in 2001 ^Clint Bowen served as interim head coach for the final eight games in 2014

PCT .333 .938 .600 .674 .833 1.000 .333 .400 .600 .667 .831 .625 .563 .688 .688 .500 .563 .688 .487 .344 .500 .443 .250 .417 .786 .583 .313 .511 .476 .433 .422 .428 .389 .456 .205 .466 .379 .333 .505 .208 .214 .125 .125 .479

J A Y H A W K

L 38-41 30,144 L 23-55 37,798 L 14-27 46,136 L 13-38 55,837 L 7-66 25,910 L 20-30 25,186 L 10-58 59,846 L 7-62 26,667 L 20-59 92,529 L 17-23 44,375 L 0-49 21,415 L 14-45 23,842

C H A L K

SOUTH DAKOTA ST. MEMPHIS at Rutgers at Iowa State BAYLOR (3) TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State (14) OKLAHOMA (14) (HC) at Texas (Nt.) at TCU (15) WEST VIRGINIA KANSAS STATE

R O C K

DAVID BEATY

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

HISTORY

Captains: Nick Harwell, Ben Heeney, Cassius Sendish


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SEASON RESULTS PRIOR TO CONFERENCE ACTION (1890-1906)

1899 FOOTBALL TEAM

YEAR 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906

OVERALL 1-2-0 7-0-1 7-1-0 2-5-0 2-3-1 6-1-0 7-3-0 8-2-0 7-1-0 10-0-0 2-5-2 3-5-2 6-4-0 6-3-0 8-1-1 10-1-0 6-2-2

HOME 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-1 2-0-0 5-0-0 4-0-0 3-1-0 6-0-0 0-3-1 2-3-0 4-1-0 4-2-0 3-1-1 5-0-0 5-0-0

AWAY 0-2-0 3-0-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 2-1-0 1-1-2 1-3-0 1-1-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 1-2-1

NEUTRAL 0-0-0 2-0-1 2-0-0 1-2-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-1

CONF. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

FINISH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

COACH No Coach E. M. Hopkins A. W. Shepard A. W. Shepard Hector Cowan Hector Cowan Hector Cowan Wylie G. Woodruff Wylie G. Woodruff Fielding H. Yost Charles Boynton John Outland Arthur Curtis Harrison Weeks A.R. Kennedy A.R. Kennedy A.R. Kennedy

MISSOURI VALLEY INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (1907-28)

1902 FOOTBALL TEAM

YEAR 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

OVERALL 5-3-0 9-0-0 8-1-0 6-1-1 4-2-2 4-4-0 5-3-0 5-2-1 6-2-0 4-3-1 6-2-0 2-2-0 3-2-3 5-2-1 4-3-0 3-4-1 5-0-3 2-5-1 2-5-1 2-6-0 3-4-1 2-4-2

HOME 3-1-0 6-0-0 5-0-0 4-1-0 2-2-2 4-1-0 4-1-0 3-1-1 4-1-0 2-1-1 4-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-1 4-0-1 2-1-0 3-1-0 4-0-2 1-3-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 2-2-1 1-2-1

AWAY 1-2-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-3-0 1-2-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-2 1-2-0 2-2-0 0-3-1 1-0-1 1-2-1 0-3-1 0-4-0 1-2-0 1-2-1

NEUTRAL 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

BIG SIX CONFERENCE (1929-47)

1908 FOOTBALL TEAM

1921 FOOTBALL TEAM

YEAR OVERALL 1929 4-4-0 1930 6-2-0 1931 5-5-0 1932 5-3-0 1933 5-4-1 1934 3-4-3 1935 4-4-1 1936 1-6-1 1937 3-4-2 1938 3-6-0 1939 2-6-0 1940 2-7-0 1941 3-6-0 1942 2-8-0 1943 4-5-1 1944 3-6-1 1945 4-5-1 1946 7-2-1 1947 8-1-2

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL 2-2-0 2-2-0 -- 2-1-0 4-1-0 -- 3-3-0 2-2-0 -- 0-3-0 5-0-0 -- 3-1-0 2-3-1 -- 1-2-2 2-2-1 -- 2-1-1 2-3-0 -- 1-3-1 0-3-0 -- 1-1-1 2-3-1 -- 2-2-0 1-4-0 -- 1-3-0 1-3-0 -- 2-2-0 0-5-0 -- 3-1-0 0-5-0 -- 1-4-0 1-4-0 -- 4-1-0 0-4-1 -- 3-2-0 0-3-1 0-1-0 2-1-1 2-3-0 0-1-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 0-0-1 4-0-0 4-0-1 0-1-1

BIG SEVEN CONFERENCE (1948-56) YEAR 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

1925 FOOTBALL TEAM

OVERALL 7-3-0 5-5-0 6-4-0 8-2-0 7-3-0 2-8-0 0-10-0 3-6-1 3-6-1

HOME 3-2-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 5-0-0 4-2-0 1-4-0 0-6-0 3-2-1 0-4-1

AWAY 4-1-0 3-2-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 3-1-0 1-4-0 0-4-0 0-4-0 3-2-0

NEUTRAL -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

CONF. 1-1-0 4-0-0 3-1-0 1-1-1 1-1-1 1-2-0 3-2-0 2-2-0 3-1-0 1-2-1 3-1-0 0-0-0 1-1-1 3-2-0 3-3-0 1-3-1 3-0-3 2-4-1 2-5-1 1-5-0 3-3-1 1-3-1

FINISH 3rd 1st 2nd 5th 3rd 5th 3rd 4th 2nd 5th t2nd -- 4th t3rd 5th t7th t1st t7th t8th 9th 5th 5th

COACH A.R. Kennedy A.R. Kennedy A.R. Kennedy A.R. Kennedy Ralph W. Sherwin Arthur Mosse Arthur Mosse H. M. Wheaton Herman Olcott Herman Olcott Herman Olcott Jay Bond Leon McCarty Forrest C. Allen Potsy Clark Potsy Clark Potsy Clark Potsy Clark Potsy Clark Franklin Cappon Franklin Cappon Bill Hargiss

POSTSEASON

POSTSEASON

CONF. FINISH 2-3-0 5th 4-1-0 1st 1-3-0 4th 3-2-0 2nd 2-3-0 4th 1-2-2 4th 2-2-1 3rd 0-5-0 6th 2-1-2 3rd 1-4-0 6th 1-4-0 t4th 0-5-0 6th 2-3-0 4th 1-4-0 t5th 2-3-0 t4th 1-4-0 5th 1-3-1 5th 4-1-0 t1st 4-0-1 t1st

COACH POSTSEASON Bill Hargiss Bill Hargiss Bill Hargiss Bill Hargiss (games 1-2), Ad Lindsey Ad Lindsey Ad Lindsey Ad Lindsey Ad Lindsey Ad Lindsey Ad Lindsey Gwinn Henry Gwinn Henry Gwinn Henry Gwinn Henry Henry Shenk Henry Shenk Henry Shenk George Sauer George Sauer Orange Bowl

CONF. 4-2-0 2-4-0 3-3-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 2-4-0 0-6-0 1-4-1 2-4-0

COACH J.V. Sikes J.V. Sikes J.V. Sikes J.V. Sikes J.V. Sikes J.V. Sikes Chuck Mather Chuck Mather Chuck Mather

FINISH 3rd 5th 4th 3rd 5th t4th 7th t5th t5th

POSTSEASON


189

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE (1957-95)

NEUTRAL -- 0-1-0 -- -- 1-0-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1-0 -- -- -- -- 0-1-0 -- 0-1-0 -- -- -- -- -- 0-1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-0 0-1-0 -- 2-0-0

CONF. 4-2-0 3-2-1 3-3-0 4-2-1 5-2-0 4-2-1 3-4-0 5-2-0 2-5-0 0-6-1 5-2-0 6-1-0 0-7-0 2-5-0 2-5-0 3-4-0 4-2-1 1-6-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 2-4-1 0-7-0 2-5-0 3-3-1 4-3-0 1-5-1 2-5-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 0-7-0 0-6-1 1-6-0 2-5-0 2-4-1 3-4-0 4-3-0 3-4-0 3-4-0 5-2-0

FINISH 2nd 4th 3rd 3rd t2nd 4th t4th 3rd t5th t7th t2nd t1st 8th t6th t5th t4th t2nd t7th 4th 7th 6th 8th t5th 4th t3rd t6th t6th 4th 6th 8th t7th 7th 6th t4th 5th 3rd 5th 5th t2nd

COACH Chuck Mather Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Jack Mitchell Pepper Rodgers Pepper Rodgers Pepper Rodgers Pepper Rodgers Don Fambrough Don Fambrough Don Fambrough Don Fambrough Bud Moore Bud Moore Bud Moore Bud Moore Don Fambrough Don Fambrough Don Fambrough Don Fambrough Mike Gottfried Mike Gottfried Mike Gottfried Bob Valesente Bob Valesente Glen Mason Glen Mason Glen Mason Glen Mason Glen Mason Glen Mason Glen Mason Glen Mason

POSTSEASON

Bluebonnet Bowl

Orange Bowl

Liberty Bowl Sun Bowl

Hall of Fame Bowl

Aloha Bowl

J A Y H A W K

AWAY 2-2-1 2-1-1 1-4-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 4-0-1 2-3-0 3-2-0 0-5-0 2-3-1 1-4-0 4-0-0 0-5-0 2-3-0 0-5-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 0-6-0 0-5-0 1-4-0 3-1-2 2-2-0 0-3-2-0 1-3-1-0 2-4-0 1-4-0 0-4-0 0-4-1 0-5-0 2-3-0 1-3-1 2-3-0 3-2-0 1-4-0 3-2-0 3-1-0

C H A L K

HOME 3-2-0 2-3-0 4-1-0 3-1-1 3-1-1 2-3-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 0-4-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 1-4-0 3-3-0 4-2-0 1-5-0 5-0-1 2-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-1-1 1-5-0 2-4-0 1-4-0 6-1-0 2-4-0 3-3-0 3-2-0 5-2-0 3-4-0 1-5-0 1-5-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 5-1-0

R O C K

OVERALL 5-4-1 4-5-1 5-5-0 7-2-1 7-3-1 6-3-1 5-5-0 6-4-0 2-8-0 2-7-1 5-5-0 9-2-0 1-9-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 4-7-0 7-4-1 4-7-0 7-5-0 6-5-0 3-7-1 1-10-0 3-8-0 4-5-2 8-4-0 2-7-2 4-6-1 5-6-0 6-6-0 3-8-0 1-9-1 1-10-0 4-7-0 3-7-1 6-5-0 8-4-0 5-7-0 6-5-0 10-2-0

HISTORY

YEAR 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Aloha Bowl

BIG 12 CONFERENCE (1996-PRESENT) YEAR OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL CONF. FINISH 1996 4-7-0 1-4-0 3-3-0 -- 2-6-0 5th North 1997 5-6-0 5-1-0 0-5-0 -- 3-5-0 5th North 1998 4-7-0 3-3-0 1-4-0 -- 1-7-0 5th North 1999 5-7-0 5-2-0 0-5-0 -- 3-5-0 4th North 2000 4-7-0 3-3-0 1-4-0 -- 2-6-0 5th North 2001 3-8-0 2-5-0 1-3-0 -- 1-7-0 6th North 2002 2-10-0 1-5-0 1-5-0 -- 0-8-0 6th North 2003 6-7-0 5-2-0 1-4-0 0-1-0 3-5-0 4th North 2004 4-7-0 3-3-0 1-4-0 -- 2-6-0 5th North 2005 7-5-0 6-0-0 0-4-0 1-1-0 3-5-0 5th North 2006 6-6-0 5-2-0 1-4-0 -- 3-5-0 4th North 2007 12-1-0 7-0-0 4-0-0 1-1-0 7-1-0 1st North 2008 8-5-0 5-2-0 1-3-0 2-0-0 4-4-0 3rd North 2009 5-7-0 4-2-0 1-4-0 0-1-0 1-7-0 6th North 2010 3-9-0 3-4-0 0-4-0 0-1-0 1-7-0 6th North 2011 2-10-0 2-4-0 0-5-0 0-1-0 0-9-0 10th 2012 1-11-0 1-5-0 0-6-0 -- 0-9-0 10th 2013 3-9-0 3-4-0 0-5-0 -- 1-8-0 10th 2014 3-9-0 3-3-0 0-6-0 -- 1-8-0 9th 2015 0-12-0 0-7-0 0-5-0 -- 0-9-0 10th 2016 2-10-0 2-4-0 0-6-0 -- 1-8-0 10th 2017 1-11-0 1-6-0 0-5-0 -- 0-9-0 10th 2018 3-9-0 2-4-0 1-5-0 -- 1-8-0 10th

TOTALS

OVERALL 585-640-58

HOME 360-277-25

AWAY 196-337-27

COACH POSTSEASON Glen Mason Terry Allen Terry Allen Terry Allen Terry Allen Terry Allen (Tom Hayes final 3 games) Mark Mangino Mark Mangino Tangerine Bowl Mark Mangino Mark Mangino Fort Worth Bowl Mark Mangino Mark Mangino Orange Bowl Mark Mangino Insight Bowl Mark Mangino Turner Gill Turner Gill Charlie Weis Charlie Weis Charlie Weis (Clint Bowen final 8 games) David Beaty David Beaty David Beaty David Beaty

NEUTRAL 29-26-6

CONFERENCE 243-435-30

MARK MANGINO

KU RECORD BY DECADE YEARS OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL CONFERENCE 1890-1899 57-18-2 27-2-1 16-9-0 14-7-1 0-0-0 1900-1909 63-25-7 37-11-2 19-10-3 7-4-2 8-2-0 1910-1919 45-23-8 32-11-5 13-12-2 0-0-1 16-13-4 1920-1929 32-37-10 23-15-5 9-22-5 0-0-0 21-31-8 1930-1939 37-44-8 16-20-5 21-24-3 0-0-0 17-27-5 1940-1949 45-48-6 27-17-1 18-28-3 0-3-2 21-29-2 1950-1959 43-53-4 24-27-2 19-25-2 0-1-0 25-33-2 1960-1969 50-48-4 26-22-2 23-25-2 1-1-0 34-33-3 1970-1979 44-66-2 27-29-2 17-35-0 0-2-0 22-46-2 1980-1989 38-68-6 27-34-0 11-33-6 0-1-0 19-48-3 1990-1999 56-57-1 36-24-0 17-32-1 3-1-0 29-44-1 2000-2009 57-63-0 41-24-0 12-35-0 4-4-0 26-54-0 2010-2018 18-90-0 17-41-0 1-47-0 0-2-0 5-75-0

TOTALS

OVERALL 585-640-58

HOME 360-277-25

AWAY 196-337-27

NEUTRAL 29-26-6

CONFERENCE 243-435-30


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FOOT B A L L

ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES A

Mike Ackerley Vic Adamle Rocky Alt Dee Andros

B

Bill Baldridge Bobby Baldwin Johnny Barr Tom Batta David Beaty Tim Beck George Bernhardt Greg Blache Don Blackwelder Brandon Blaney Jeff Blasko Ken Blue Jay Bond Jay Bonds Clint Bowen Todd Bradford Vic Bradford Mitch Browning Sandy Buda Frank Bukaty John W. Bunn Tim Burke

C

Dave Campo Ernest Casini Rick Christie George Clark Don Clements Joe Bob Clements Jim Cochran W.J. Coleman Earnest Collins Ken Conatser Ralph L. Conger Scott Conley John Cooper Norman Cooper Gene Corrotto Forrest B. Cox Dick Crayne DeMontie Cross

D

Mark Dantonio Alan Davidson Les Davis Joe DeForest Bruce DeHaven Mike Dickens Jim Dickey Tyrone Dixon Dave Doeren Terry Donahue Larry Donovan Kwahn Drake Dave Dunkelberger

E

Mike Ekeler D.J. Eliot Vic Eumont

F

Don Fambrough Mark Farley Bob Fello Robert Ford Dick Foster John Fox Leonard Frank

1980-82 1988-96 1986-87 1953 1983 1974 2000-01 1979-82 2008-09, 2011 2005-07 1958-66, 1971-74 1987 1974-78 2002-09 2012-14 1971-74 1911-15, 1917 1983-84 2001-09, 2012-Present 2016-17 1946-48 1988-96 1967-74 1940 1923-29 2000-01 2012-14 1935 1983 1916 1956 2008 1986-87 1909 2003-06 2002 1937-38 1987 1967-72 1948 1953 1932-34 1938 2012 1991-94 1925 1927 2016-17 1979-81 1983-85 1973-74 2002-04 2002-05 1968-70 1979 2019-Present 1986-87 2019-Present 2019-Present 1984-89

1948-53, 1958-70 1997-2000 1988-94 1986 1971-74 1983 1912-13

G

Michael Garrison Al Gebert Mike Getto Denzel Gibbens David Gibbs Dave Gillespie Ted Gilmore Bobby Goad Jakc Green J.B. Grimes Rex Grossart Tim Grunhard

H

John Hadl Ed Hall “Shorty” Hamil Mike Hankwitz Bill Hargiss Tom Hayes Jeff Hecklinski R.D. Helt Pat Henderson Hank Hettwer Jim Hillis Stephen C. Hinshaw J.C. Hixon Vince Hoch William “Red” Hogan Archie Hogg Bob Hubbard Gary Huff “Red” Huffman Tony Hull Vic Hurt Gary Hyman

I

Rob Ianello Bob Ingalls

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UNIVERSITY CHANCELLOR

Chancellor

ALMA MATER

UC Davis, ‘81

EXPERIENCE

Second Year

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY 2013-17

Kansas (Chancellor) KU Med Center (Executive Vice Chancellor)

2013-14

(Interim Executive Dean)

2002-2013

KU School of Medicine

(Chair of the Otolaryngology Department)

1994-2002

KU School of Medicine

KU School of Medicine (Faculty) Naval Medical Center

(Vice Chairman and Research Dir. of Otolaryngology)

Chancellor Girod earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Davis and his medical degree from the University of California at San Francisco.

Girod has served as president of the American Head and Neck Society, and vice president of the Triological Society, in addition to other national leadership roles. Of his numerous awards and honors, he is perhaps most proud of his 2006 Student Voice Award for Teaching on a Surgical Rotation, bestowed by students at the University of Kansas School of Medicine.

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2017-present

A head-and-neck surgeon, Girod first joined the KU Medical Center faculty in 1994 and quickly rose through the academic ranks, becoming chair of the Otolaryngology department in 2002. In that role, he was instrumental to the University of Kansas Health System being named in the U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals” national rankings.

Girod has also been active within the community, serving on the Board of the Kansas City Kansas Chamber of Commerce and the Mayor’s Healthy Community Initiative. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for MRI Global and the Kansas Medical Society. He is on the steering committee for the regional civic community effort known as KC Rising to develop long term economic prosperity for the Kansas City region. He was recognized with a Regional Leadership Award in 2016 for his work with KC Rising.

C H A L K

POSITION

Committed to caring for patients throughout the world, Girod has led or participated in a dozen international medical missions in places such as Uganda, Guatemala, Mali, the Philippines and Mexico.

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DOUGLAS A. GIROD

Before becoming chancellor, Dr. Girod served as executive vice chancellor at KU Medical Center, where he oversaw the educational, research, patient care and community engagement missions of the schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions, with their total annual enrollment of more than 3,300 students; a workforce of more than 2,100 faculty and more than 4,000 staff; and research funding of nearly $100 million.

He served in the United States Navy Reserve from 1982 until 1997, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Commander and earning the Meritorious Service Medal.

HISTORY

Douglas A. Girod began as the 18th chancellor of the University of Kansas in July 2017. In his first two years as chancellor, he has emphasized KU’s efforts to enhance the student experience, serve Kansas communities and grow the university’s research infrastructure.


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JAYHAWK SPORTS PROPERTIES Jayhawk Sports Properties 123 West 8th Street, Suite 303 Lawrence, KS 66044

Office

(785) 312-7555

University of Kansas football games can be heard exclusively on the Jayhawk Radio Network, which includes 31 stations in 33 markets. Brian Hanni and David Lawrence handle the play-by-play and analysis. Josh Klingler reports from the sidelines and handles the Crimson and Blue Show, which runs prior to each KU game, while also providing a postgame interview with head coach Les Miles and Jayhawk players. The Jayhawk Radio Network is operated by Jayhawk Sports Properties, a division of Learfield IMG College with offices in Lawrence. Marc Tuttle serves as the general manager of Jayhawk Sports Properties. Hanni was named the play-by-play voice of Kansas Jayhawk football and men’s basketball on the Jayhawk Radio Network on June 21, 2016, and is now entering his fourth season working with KU. Hanni also hosts “Hawk Talk,” the weekly radio shows of Miles, men’s basketball coach Bill Self and athletics director Jeff Long, and performs other duties as assigned by Kansas Athletics. A Topeka, Kansas native, Hanni graduated from the University of Kansas in 2002 with a broadcast management degree with an emphasis on sports broadcasting and media sales. Hanni created the daily show “Rock Chalk Sports Talk” on KLWN Radio in Lawrence in the summer of 2002 and hosted it until 2012. The Jayhawk Radio Network aired the show for several years. Hanni did radio broadcasts of KU baseball games for over a decade, and spent eight years on the radio broadcast team for KU women’s basketball. He also served occasionally on KU men’s basketball and football broadcasts for eight years. Hanni left Lawrence in 2012 to become the voice of Texas Tech men’s basketball and baseball on the Texas Tech Sports Radio Network. He also did a weekday radio show, “The Bottom Line.” Hanni has won over 25 awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. In 2015 he was inducted into the Topeka West High School Sports Hall of Fame for his efforts in sportscasting. Hanni is well-known in the Lawrence community, not only for his broadcasting talent but also for his charity work. In 2009 he founded (and still organizes) an annual celebrity basketball game, “The Rock Chalk Roundball Classic,” which raises money for local families fighting cancer. He is an active participant in other youth-related organizations within the community as well. Lawrence is in his 33rd season with the Jayhawk Radio Network and his 13th full season inside the broadcast booth. He has hosted the Crimson and Blue Show and performed sideline reporting duties on the Network for 22 years. A four-year letterwinner while playing tight end and offensive guard at KU, Lawrence was a team captain, offensive player of the year and an All-Big Eight selection in 1981. He served as a graduate assistant under Kansas coaches Don Fambrough and Mike Gottfried. Lawrence retired from teaching at Lawrence Free State High School and previously at South Junior High School, where he also was head football coach for 17 years. He currently is in charge of the freshman football program at Free State, does some local sports talk radio and dotes on his three granddaughters. Lawrence was an analyst on the KU football radio broadcasts in 1982 and was the TV analyst for KU football telecasts on Sunflower Broadband Channel 6 from 1988 to 1994. Klingler serves as the team’s sideline reporter and also hosts the pregame Crimson and Blue Show. He has been a part of the Jayhawk Radio Network since 2005 covering football, men’s and women’s basketball. He also is the morning drive co-host on 610 Sports Radio KCSP in Kansas City. Veteran broadcaster Steve Kincaid is in his second year as the producer/engineer for Kansas football, men’s basketball, and select Hawk Talks. Kincaid replaced Hall of Fame producer/engineer Bob Newton, who, after 34 years on the Network, announced his retirement at the conclusion of the 2017-18 season. Kincaid is a 1988 KU graduate and has been involved in broadcasting for 37 years as an announcer or engineer. Kincaid also handles engineering duties for Kansas Public Radio and the Audio-Reader Network at KU and serves on the State Emergency Communications Committee for Kansas.

JAYHAWK RADIO NETWORK AFFILIATES Abilene/Salina Coffeyville *Concordia Dodge City Emporia Fort Scott Fort Scott Garden City Glen Elder Goodland/Colby Great Bend Hays Hutchinson Iola Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Lawrence Lawrence Liberal Marysville Parsons *Parsons Phillipsburg Phillipsburg Russell Topeka *Topeka Wellington Wichita Wichita *carries games only (does not carry Hawk Talk) -- affiliates subject to change, check your local listings

KDJM-101.7 FM KGGF-104.1 FM KNCK-94.9 FM KGNO-1370 AM KVOE-1400 AM KMDO-1600 AM KOMB-103.9 FM KBUF-1030 AM KZDY-96.3 FM KWGB-97.9 FM KBGL-106.9 FM KAYS-1400 AM KSKU-94.7 FM KIOL-1370 AM KCTE-1510 AM KCTE-99.3 FM WHB-810 AM KLWN-1320 AM KLZR-105.9 FM KSCB-1270 AM KNDY-95.5 FM KLKC-1540 AM KLKC-93.5 FM KKAN-1490 AM KQMA-92.5 FM KRSL-95.9 FM KMAJ 1440 AM KWIC 99.3 FM KLEY-100.3 FM KFH-1240 AM KFH-97.5 FM

Use your computer or mobile device to catch every Kansas broadcast on the web or via the TuneIn app.

ALL-TIME JAYHAWK RADIO VOICES 1946-84.................................... Max Falkenstien (pbp), Gerry Barker (cc), Bob Fromme (cc), ................................................................................................David Jaynes (cc), Jim Fender (cc) 1953-54.......................................................................................................... Merle Harmon (pbp) 1955-57.................................................................................... Bill Grigsby (pbp), Dick Harp (cc) 1958-60.................................................................................Monte Moore (pbp), Dick Harp (cc) 1960-66................................................... Tom Hedrick (pbp), Dick Harp (cc), Dan Kahler (cc) 1967-68................................................................................. Gary Bender (pbp), Galen Fiss (cc) 1968-74................................................................................. Jerry Bailey (pbp), Dan Kahler (cc) 1975-84...........................................Tom Hedrick (pbp), Steve Sutherland (cc), Bob Neu (cc), ..............................................................................................................................David Jaynes (cc) 1983-84.............................................................................Tom Hedrick (pbp), Kevin Harlan (cc) 1984-2005...................................................................... Bob Davis (pbp), Max Falkenstien (cc) 1993-2005..........................................................................................David Lawrence (sidelines) 2006-14................................Bob Davis (pbp), David Lawrence (cc), Nate Bukaty (sidelines) 2015.....................................Bob Davis (pbp), David Lawrence (cc), Josh Klingler (sidelines) 2016-Present...................Brian Hanni (pbp), David Lawrence (cc), Josh Klingler (sidelines)


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MEDIA INFORMATION WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE--MEDIA LUNCHEON Kansas head football coach Les Miles will conduct a weekly press conference each Monday during the season. A media luncheon is held at 11:30 a.m., in the Chancellor’s Lounge located in the Anderson Family Football Complex south of Kivisto Field at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The weekly press conferences follow in the George R. Mrkonic Auditorium at 12:30 p.m. Requested players will be made available each week following the Miles press conference (approximately 1:30 p.m.).

1651 Naismith Drive 1400 Parrott Lawrence, KS 66045

Office Fax Website

(785) 864-3417 (785) 864-7944 KUAthletics.com

Morgyn Siegfried Associate AD/Communications and Creative Services

HISTORY

WEEKLY PRESS RELEASE Each Monday a complete release previewing the upcoming game and reviewing the season will be available on KUAthletics.com. The release will also be e-mailed to media requesting this service each Monday.

KANSAS ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE

Miles will also be available on the weekly Big 12 Teleconference on Mondays at 10 a.m. Central. Information on how to take part in the teleconference is available through the Big 12 Conference office. INTERVIEWS Contact the communications office for all player or coach interview requests.

Home and cell phone numbers for players will not be provided and players have been instructed not to accept calls from media without prior notice from the communications office. Please do not contact a player or coach without scheduling the interview through the communications office.

Erin Penning Office Manager Credentials/Pressbox

Chris Theisen Assistant AD, Communications Brent Beerends Assistant Director of Communications D.J. Haurin Assistant Director of Communications Brad Gilbert Assistant Director of Communications Rachel Pincus Strategic Communications Manager Kathleen Cooper Graphic Designer

Facebook.com/kuathletics Twitter.com/kuathletics Instagram.com/kuathletics Youtube.com/user/KUAthletics

Jeff Jacobsen Photographer

J A Y H A W K

COVERING HOME GAMES CREDENTIALS All credential requests can be made online. Contact the communications office for information on how to access the page. Credentials requested after Monday of the game week will not be mailed. Instead, they will be available for pickup at a location agreeable to both parties. The Kivisto Field at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium Media Will Call distribution location is in the ticket office at the base of the elevator, below the pressbox, on the west side of the stadium near Gate 4. GETTING TO KIVISTO FIELD AT DAVID BOOTH KANSAS MEMORIAL STADIUM From Kansas City (Kansas City International Airport), take I-29 North to I-435 South toward Topeka. Merge onto I-70 West to Topeka. Use exit 202 (west exit) in Lawrence and drive south to Ninth street. Take a left (east) on Ninth street to Mississippi Street and turn right (south). PARKING Media parking is located in the Mississippi Street Parking Garage just south of the Kansas Union on the southeast side of David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The garage is approximately two blocks away from the stadium. PRESSBOX The Kivisto Field at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium pressbox is located on the west side of the stadium. Entrance is at the base of the elevator located just off of Maine Street. There is also a field-level media entrance at Gate 35. Level eight is reserved for the print media, home and visiting radio, home and visiting booths for coaches and athletics directors, along with game and scoreboard operations. Level nine serves as the photo deck and the location for television booths. PRESSBOX SERVICES Packets with pregame information will be distributed in advance of kickoff on the day of the game. Quarter, halftime, and final statistics, game books, coaches and player quote sheets are all regular services on game day. Stat monitors with live, updated statistics are available throughout the print media level and in booths for electronic media. In addition, television monitors are also part of the fixtures in both home and visiting radio booths. WIRELESS INTERNET Complimentary access to wireless internet is available at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium and information about how to access it will be available in the pressbox. TELEPHONES Writers wanting phone lines at their seat locations should contact the KU Telecommunications Office at (785) 864-9300 regarding installation. For specific line location, please list Katy Lonergan as the contact. Allow at least two weeks notice prior to the game.

C H A L K

Out-of-town media wishing to interview Kansas players should also contact the communications office with their requests by noon the day prior to the interview.

R O C K

All interviews with players during the season will take place at 1:30 p.m., on Mondays in the Chancellor’s Lounge at the Anderson Family Football Complex. Additionally, players will be available following practice on Monday and Tuesday. To request players, media should contact Katy Lonergan, Director of Football Communications, 24 hours prior to the availability at katyl@ku.edu or (785) 864-7314. Freshmen are not available for interviews.

Katy Lonergan Director of Football Communications


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NCAA COMPLIANCE As a fan of KU Athletics, it is important to become familiar with NCAA, Big 12 and Kansas Athletics Compliance rules. Please review the following information as a brief guide to NCAA compliance and feel free to contact our office at any time. We appreciate your support and cooperation. Rock Chalk Jayhawk!

BOOSTER DEFINED A booster is any individual, independent agency, corporate entity (e.g., apparel or equipment manufacturer), or other organization that is known to: • Hold, or have ever held, season tickets for any sport with Kansas Athletics; • Have participated in, or to be a member of, an agency or organization promoting any Kansas Athletics program (e.g., University of Kansas Alumni Association, K Club, sport booster groups, etc.); • Have made financial contributions to the athletics department or to an athletics booster organization of that institution (e.g. Hardwood Club or any sport-specific booster groups); • Be assisting, or to have assisted in, providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, which would trigger booster status under NCAA rules. These benefits include, but are not limited to, financial assistance, use of a car, use of a cell phone, etc.; • Provide allowable benefits (e.g., summer jobs) to enrolled student-athletes; or • Promote Kansas Athletics in any way. *This list is not exhaustive. Please contact the Kansas Athletics Compliance Office if you have any questions about your possible status as a booster. Once an individual or entity is deemed to be a booster it carries that status forever. EXTRA BENEFITS An extra benefit is any special gift or arrangement provided to a student-athlete, or student-athlete’s friends or family members which is not available to the general KU student body or the general public. Should a prospective student-athlete or current student-athlete receive an extra benefit, they will be ineligible for competition. IMPERMISSIBLE EXTRA BENEFITS EXAMPLES (THIS IS NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST): For Prospective and Current Student-Athletes: • Cash or loans or the co-signing of loans • Assistance with paying bills, rent or mortgages • Use of an automobile or any other transportation • Entertainment of admission to an event (e.g. movies, athletic events, banquets, clubs, special events/ parties, concerts, etc.) • Gifts of any kind, including those on special occasions such as birthdays, religious holidays, graduation, etc. • Free or reduced-cost services, rentals, or purchases of any type (e.g. meals, drinks, clothing, laundry, haircuts, legal fees, tattoos, golf, car services, etc.) • Free or reduced-cost housing for any length of time • Use of your telephone or credit card • Providing a meal or paying for a meal at a public location • Academic assistance of any kind (e.g., tutoring, editing papers/projects, assistance in completing class work, use of computer, etc.)

PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES A prospective student-athlete is anyone who has entered the ninth grade. Impermissible activities with a prospective student-athlete include: • Having any type of recruiting communication including conversations, social media messages and letters. • Conducting any evaluation of their ability on behalf of the Kansas coaching staff or providing evaluations to the Kansas coaching staffs. • Contacting the prospective student-athlete. Getting involved in recruiting activities without consent from the Compliance Office could jeopardize the eligibility of the prospective student-athlete. RECRUITING INDUCEMENT A recruiting inducement under NCAA rules is any special gift or arrangement provided to a prospective studentathlete that is not available to the general population. The arrangement of such a benefit would be considered an improper inducement to encourage the eventual enrollment of a prospective student-athlete. Kansas Athletics is responsible for the actions of its boosters and fans and is always available to answer any questions regarding permissible recruiting activities. EMPLOYMENT OF A STUDENT-ATHLETE Employment of a student-athlete is permissible, provided all six of the following conditions are met: 1. Student-athlete is only paid for the work actually performed; 2. Student-athlete is paid at the rate commensurate with the going rate in that locale for similar services; 3. Student-athlete may not be compensated in any manner for any value or utility that he or she may have for an employer because of any publicity, reputation, fame, or personal following that he/she may have because of his or her athletics ability; 4. Student-athletes must register all jobs during the academic year and the summer by completing the Student-Athlete Employment Form and returning it to the Athletics Compliance Office prior to beginning work; 5. Proof of earnings is required and all studentathletes must submit a pay stub at the end of their employment. All paperwork must be submitted along with a verification of earnings; and 6. Employers MUST confirm their employment of Kansas Athletics student-athletes prior to the studentathletes’ employment. PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES – STUDENT-ATHLETES • Student-athletes are not eligible for participation in intercollegiate athletics if he/she accepts compensation, or permits the use of his/her name or pictures to promote a commercial enterprise. • A student-athlete’s name or picture may not be used to advertise, recommend, or promote directly the sale or use of a commercial product or service of any kind. • If a student-athlete’s name or picture appears on commercial items (t-shirts, playing cards, posters, photographs, etc.) or is used to promote a commercial product without the student-athlete’s knowledge or permission, the student-athlete and the institution are required to take steps to stop such an activity in order to maintain the student-athlete’s eligibility.

GAMBLING ACTIVITIES NCAA rules prohibit student-athletes and athletic department staff members from participating in any sports gambling activity or providing information concerning competitions to individuals involved in organized gambling activities. Additionally, it is a violation of federal law for boosters, student-athletes, or staff members to tamper with the outcome of a collegiate contest. Please do not ask any studentathletes or staff members for information regarding student-athlete performance/injuries. NCAA RULES Top 10 Things Fans & Friends of Kansas Athletics Should Know About NCAA Rules: 1. You should always report any suspected or known violations to the Compliance Office immediately. 2. The NCAA holds Kansas Athletics accountable for the actions of its fans and supporters. If you are involved with NCAA violations (known or unknown), Kansas may have to forfeit games, entire seasons, scholarships, recruiting opportunities, or may be prohibited from participating in the postseason. 3. You may send information about prospects to Kansas Athletics coaching staff members. 4. You may continue established relationships with friends and neighbors whose children are prospects or student-athletes. The relationship must pre-date high school and is not based on his/her status as an athlete (this must be registered in advance with the Compliance Office). 5. You may not be involved in recruiting prospective student-athletes on behalf of Kansas Athletics. A prospective student-athlete is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade. 6. You may not become involved in arranging for a prospect, a Kansas student-athlete, or a Kansas studentathlete’s friends or family to receive money or financial assistance of any kind. 7. You may not provide transportation to a prospect, student-athlete or their friends and family. 8. You cannot spend funds to entertain prospects, student-athletes or their friends and family or provide them with any other extra benefit. 9. You may not use a photo or name of a studentathlete for commercial purposes or sell student-athlete memorabilia. 10. Always ask before you act!

FOR SPECIFIC NCAA RULE INTERPRETATIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE ATHLETIC COMPLIANCE OFFICE: Kansas Athletics Compliance Office 1651 Naismith Drive Lawrence, KS 66045 Phone (785) 864-4200 Fax (785) 864-5289 Email compliance@ku.edu Follow us on Twitter @JayhawkComply and like us on Facebook at Kansas Athletics Compliance.


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