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All eyes Friday will be on Ridge View defensive end Damani Staley, a South Carolina commit who's recorded a whopping 27 sacks – no one in the Midlands area had more than 9.5 during the regular season – and 47.5 tackles for loss. Hamilton described
It’s a hard life, being a Kansas football fan. It takes a special person to be able to deal with watching this degree of ineptitude week after week, year after year. This is a bit of a tangent, but consider: the Jayhawks haven’t been consistently good since the mid-1970s. Kansas hasn’t won an outright conference title since 1930(. ) and hasn’t shared a conference title since 1968. Not that there haven’t been a few bright spots, even semi-recently. They’re few and far between, but they’re there. Kansas has clearly never been a great program. For reference, let’s divide the 120+ years of KU football history into 40(ish)-year blocks. From 1890-1935, Kansas was 225-125 (not including ties), good for a 64. 3% winning percentage. From 1936 to 1975, Kansas went 178-207 for a winning percentage of 46. 2%. From 1976-2015, Kansas went 176-277 for a winning percentage of 38. 8%. Like I mentioned in the immediate postgame recap , the defense played very well - much better than I... They gave up a few big plays on Memphis’ first two drives of the game, but made the necessary adjustments and slowed down the Tigers for the rest of the afternoon. The Jayhawk defense forced four 3-and-outs. They held the Tigers to four field goal attempts. They allowed fewer than 400 yards of total offense by Memphis. They forced a fumble (that Memphis recovered). They had 10 tackles for loss, five quarterback sacks, and two more QB hurries. Memphis was only 3/14 on third down. Field position. Memphis started on KU’s side of the 50-yard line on seven of their 15 possessions. Overall, only once did Memphis drive down the field and score a touchdown. Yes, KU gave up the 84-yard touchdown pass, but we can just take that off the board, right K-State fans. Meanwhile the Kansas offense started on Memphis’ side of the field once, and it took Montell Cozart exactly one play to throw a pick-6. The Jayhawks had 16 possessions. They turned it over six times, eight if you count the two turnovers-on-downs. Kansas ran 72 offensive plays. Memphis also ran 72 offensive plays. Time of possession was surprisingly relatively even with Memphis holding a 31:24-28:36 edge. The Tigers outgained the Jayhawks 394-314. There was a little bit of bad luck involved in the turnover department, as the ball was on the ground five times and Memphis recovered all five. (I thought Memphis fumbled it two or three times, but they were only officially credited with one. I’m not a play-caller. I never will be. It just seems to me like there’s more room in the middle of the field than there is on the sidelines. Stop it with the screens and the flats and get the ball down the field. Get the ball down the field. The Ugly Quarterback play. Maybe he’s redshirting this year ( Tyriek Starks ). But I am not convinced that Montell Cozart gives this team the best chance to win. ) I’m not sure if the better choice is Ryan Willis or Carter Stanley, but after two clearly awful games offensively against mediocre competition, I’d like to at least see what these other two guys have to offer, especially Stanley. The Stats Montell Cozart was awful. He started and led the Jayhawks 10 of their 16 drives. His final line was 13/21 for 87 yards with 0 TDs, and 2 INTs. He added 12 yards rushing on four carries complete with a fumble. He also failed to recover an admittedly low snap that resulted in yet another Memphis fumble recovery. Ryan Willis didn’t do much better, going 9/13 for 80 yards. Willis also had a fumble that was recovered by Memphis. Carter Stanley played two drives late in the fourth quarter, going 4/6 for 26 yards. Khalil Herbert rushed 6 times for 74 yards, with a long of 66 on KU’s only scoring play. Take out the long run and you’re looking at 5 rushes for 8 yards. However, Herbert also chipped in two pass receptions for 35 yards. Ke’aun Kinner got 12 rushes for 49 yards, an average of 4. 1 ypc. Kinner hauled in two passes for 30 yards. Quiv Gonzalez hauled in 6 passes for 44 yards. Seriously, let this guy run down the field.
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