After their first bye week of the season, the Kansas Jayhawks (2-4, 0-3 Big 12) return to action on Saturday as they travel to Austin, Texas to take on the No. 15/15 Texas Longhorns (4-2, 2-1 Big 12) at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium at 6 p.m., airing on Longhorn Network.
Kansas' homecoming matchup with the Texas Tech Red Raiders on October 26 will kickoff at 6 p.m., at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, the Big 12 Conference announced on Monday, with the game airing on FOX Sports 1.
Week six of the NFL regular season begins this Sunday, with five former Jayhawks playing for their respective teams in five games on Sunday. While on a bye week for week six, defensive back Shakial Taylor was recently promoted to the active roster for the Indianapolis Colts last week, where he recorded one tackle in the Colts' victory
The University of Kansas football program continues to make strides in the right direction in its first year under head coach Les Miles. Despite losing 45-20 to No. 6/4 Oklahoma on Saturday, there were a few Jayhawks who gave a silver lining to the tough loss.
Kansas Football head coach Les Miles today announced that offensive coordinator Les Koenning has been relieved of his duties effective immediately, and Brent Dearmon has been promoted to fill the role.
Week five of the NFL season kicks off on Thursday night, with Jayhawks Aqib Talib and Bradley McDougald facing off between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks from Centurylink Field in Seattle. Week five of Jayhawks in the NFL also features three games on Sunday, with all five active Jayhawks playing throughout the weekend.