Kansas Announces Spring Football Dates

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas head football coach David Beaty previously announced the Kansas Spring Football game would be played on Saturday, April 25 and on Wednesday the full schedule of spring football dates was released, highlighted by the 1 p.m., kickoff of the annual game which will be held in Memorial Stadium.
Beaty and his program will open up spring practice on Tuesday, March 24, and the schedule will conclude with the 1 p.m., game on Saturday, April 25. The Jayhawks will spread out their spring practice dates over a five-week period spanning the last week of March and the month of April.
Per NCAA rules, KU will hold 15 practices during the spring season. As a safety precaution, in two of the practice sessions players will be limited to helmets only. Additionally, in a third session players are only allowed to dress out in helmets and shoulder pads, as they are required to go through an acclimatization period. The remaining 12 practice sessions players are able to wear full pads and participate in live contact drills for a portion of practice.
Other spring dates announced are: Kansas Football Coaches Clinic (Friday/Saturday, March 6-7) and the fourth annual Train Like a Jayhawk Kid’s Clinic (Saturday, April 25). For information on the Kansas Football Coaches Clinic please visit KUAthletics.com. More information on the Train Like a Jayhawk Kid’s Clinic and all of the events surrounding the annual spring game, including times, locations and parking information, will be provided at a later date.
Kansas will enter spring football returning 44 letterwinners, including 10 starters, from the 2014 season. The Jayhawks will have eight newcomers available for spring as the following players signed with KU in December and January and have enrolled for the spring 2015 semester: D’Andre Banks (OL), Bazie Bates IV (S), Jacky Dezir (DL), Chase Harrell (WR), Ke’aun Kinner (RB), Jayson Rhodes (OL), Will Smith (OL) and Brandon Stewart (CB).
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