Week 16 of the 2019 NFL season begins this weekend, with several Jayhawks playing in influential games for the NFL playoffs. In total, five Jayhawks will be in action on Sunday, as each team looks to finish the season on a high note.
Kansas football and head coach Les Miles unveiled 19 signees to the 2020 signing class, as the Jayhawks opened the early signing period on Wednesday. The 18 players hail from nine different states and represent eight different positions.
Week 15 of the NFL season begins on Sunday for the Jayhawks in the NFL, as teams fight for a spot in the NFL playoffs. Sunday features five Jayhawks in action, including Bradley McDougald (Seattle Seahawks), Steven Sims Jr., (Washington Redskins), Chris Harris Jr., and Shakial Taylor (Denver Broncos), and Dorance Armstrong Jr., (Dallas Cowboys).
Kansas sophomore running back Pooka Williams Jr., took home All-Big 12 First Team honors from the Associated Press for the second-consecutive season as the media made their all-conference selections Friday. KU senior offensive lineman Hakeem Adeniji was chosen for the All-Big 12 Second Team.
The 130th season of Kansas football marked the start of a new era for the Jayhawks, as head coach Les Miles took over the helm. The Jayhawks battled to a 3-9 season record, including standout wins over Indiana State, Boston College and Texas Tech, as the Jayhawks finished off year one of the Miles’ era.
Week 14 of Jayhawks in the NFL began on Thursday with Dorance Armstrong Jr. and the Cowboys, and continues with five Jayhawks playing throughout the weekend. In action this week are Dorance Armstrong Jr. (Dallas Cowboys), Chris Harris Jr. (Denver Broncos), Steven Sims Jr. (Washington Redskins) and Shakial Taylor (Denver Broncos), and Brad