Kansas Rumors & News

  • KU receiver arrested on suspicion of DUI in Lawrence

    Kansas City Star "Kansas sophomore receiver Chase Harrell was arrested early Sunday morning by Lawrence police on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to logs from the Douglas County Sheriff's Department. Harrell, who was fifth with 221 receiving yards and second with three receiving touchdowns..." March 12

  • Dorance Armstrong Jr. leaves Kansas for NFL

    KU Sports "The next time the University of Kansas football team takes the field it will do so without one of its captains and most talented players. Defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. announced Thursday his decision to leave KU a year early and enter the NFL Draft. A 6-foot-4, 246-pound edge rusher..." January 04

  • Kansas to retain David Beaty as head coach next season

    ESPN "Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zenger said in a statement Saturday that football coach David Beaty will return next season. "Coach Beaty and I have been evaluating the program throughout the season and will continue to do so now that the season has concluded," Zenger said. "While we know the..." November 25

  • Kansas removes captaincy from players who snubbed Mayfield

    ESPN "Kansas football coach David Beaty announced Tuesday that linebacker Joe Dineen, defensive tackle Daniel Wise and defensive end Dorance Armstrong won't serve as captains Saturday at Oklahoma State. The three Jayhawks snubbed the handshake attempt of Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield at..." November 21

  • Kansas coach David Beaty’s reported bonus for beating a Power 5 team is unreal

    Die Hards "Wins over Power 5 teams literally come at a monetary premium for Kansas in the coach David Beaty era. Tom Schad and Steve Berkowitz of USA TODAY compiled a list of nine of the oddest contract quirks in college football, and one of Beaty’s stipulations made the cut. Among the nuances..." October 26

  • Kansas-Missouri exhibition game raises $1.75M for hurricane relief

    ABC News "Kansas?and Missouri?raised more than $1.75 million for hurricane relief on Sunday with a late-arranged basketball exhibition, a 93-87 victory for the Jayhawks. The Border War rivals, who had not played since Missouri left the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference in 2012, announced this event..." October 22