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Old 11-28-2011, 07:19 AM  
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**** OFFICIAL 2012 Kansas Football Repository Thread ****

New Coach, New year, new thread.

Sat, Sept. 1 SDSU at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS at 6:00p.m. CT Jayhawk IMG TV Network

Sat, Sept. 8 Rice at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS FSN at 2:30p.m. CT Fox Sports Net

Sat, Sept. 15 TCU at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS at 11:00a.m. CT FX

Sat, Sept. 22 Kansas at No. Illinois
DeKalb, Illinois

Sat, Oct. 6 Kansas at Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Stadium
Manhattan, KS

Sat, Oct. 13 Okla. St. at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS

Sat, Oct. 20 Kansas at Oklahoma Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
Norman, OK

Sat, Oct. 27 Texas at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS

Sat, Nov. 3 Kansas at Baylor Floyd Casey Stadium
Waco, TX

Sat, Nov. 10 Kansas at TT Jones AT&T Stadium
Lubbock, TX

Sat, Nov. 17 Iowa State at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS

Sat, Dec. 1 Kansas at West Virginia
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Old 01-06-2012, 12:00 PM   #1876
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What makes it better is that about 3 posts after it he claimed to not have brought up basketball.
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Old 01-06-2012, 12:01 PM   #1877
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I'm still confused as to why a fan of Nebraska is trolling a KU football thread... oh, wait - I think I answered my own question, there.
I'm confused on how one could be a fan of Nebraska.

I guess there will always be things in this world we can't understand.
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Old 01-06-2012, 12:04 PM   #1878
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I'm confused on how one could be a fan of Nebraska.

I guess there will always be things in this world we can't understand.
I'll admit to having watched some Nebraska women's volleyball... but I think in that sport, school allegiance is irrelevant. It's all about legs and tight shorts and dat ass.
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Old 01-06-2012, 01:18 PM   #1879
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KU landed DT Tyler Holmes, btw. Kid had 105 tackles this past season. Watched his film on Rivals and he looks like a beast. Nice diamond in the rough get for Weis and company.
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Old 01-06-2012, 01:37 PM   #1880
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KU landed DT Tyler Holmes, btw. Kid had 105 tackles this past season. Watched his film on Rivals and he looks like a beast. Nice diamond in the rough get for Weis and company.
His offer sheet wasn't too impressive but DL is the glaring problem overall with the team.

They've got 3 DL's coming in so far. Plus a couple guys coming back from injury.
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Old 01-06-2012, 02:05 PM   #1881
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His offer sheet wasn't too impressive but DL is the glaring problem overall with the team.

They've got 3 DL's coming in so far. Plus a couple guys coming back from injury.
All 3 they've signed will be Defensive Tackles at KU, as well. Clearly shows where Weis and company feel they needed help in the worst of ways.
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:36 AM   #1882
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KU has become the land of second chances

January, 9, 2012By David Ubben


Charlie Weis hasn't coached a game yet. He hasn't even roamed the sidelines at a practice yet.

The first won't happen for another eight months. His first practice won't be for a month or two.

But has any coach, in just a month since taking a job, done more for a program without taking so much as the practice field?

[+] EnlargeAP Photo/Michael ConroyFormer Notre Dame QB Dayne Crist will reunite with coach Charlie Weis at Kansas.




Weis' hiring landed KU football on college football's front page, a location that had long been foreign territory for a program that has won five games in two seasons.

His latest move is bringing in Kansas native Justin McCay, a 6-foot-2, 209-pound receiver that could not find a place at Oklahoma, despite being arguably the school's top recruit in the 2010 recruiting class.

Weis hired McCay's high school coach, Tim Grunhard, to run his offensive line, and when McCay started looking for a new place to play football, Kansas was an obvious choice.

He's not the only person seeking a new start in Kansas.

Weis fixed (or, at least, appears to have fixed) the biggest problem at Kansas immediately. Jordan Webb ranked near the bottom of the Big 12 in nearly every passing statistic last season.

Webb lacked any real big-time targets to catch his passes. That didn't help. Weis has aggressively looked to change both ends of Kansas' passing game.

Weis stocked his cupboard with three years worth of passers loaded with talent, and McCay may be the first of a few receiving targets. Time will tell if that means production, but it'll almost certainly start with Dayne Crist.

Decision-making in the red zone turned a promising Notre Dame career sour. Crist will try to become the next Russell Wilson and, degree in hand, transfer to Kansas to rejoin the coach that recruited him to South Bend, Weis.

Fellow quarterback Jake Heaps threw for 2,316 yards and 15 touchdowns as a freshman at BYU, but struggled before finding the bench in Provo. He'll sit behind Crist for a year before competing for the job in 2012.

And then, of course, there's Weis, whose Notre Dame teams reached BCS games in his first two seasons before winning just 16 games in the final three seasons. The former New England Patriots offensive coordinator and three-time Super Bowl winner was fired.

But this is a whole new place and a whole new situation.

The same is true for McCay, Crist and Heaps.

There's no guarantees. But Weis' arrival and his early impact assures that there are second chances.

http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/post/_...second-chances
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:25 AM   #1883
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2012 is going to be a really intriguing year for KU football. I think its going to be innteresting to see if this collection of reclamation projects comes together into a good team or makes an implosion visible from space. There is definitely more talent on the 2012 version of the team than the 2011 version.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:27 AM   #1884
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2012 is going to be a really intriguing year for KU football. I think its going to be innteresting to see if this collection of reclamation projects comes together into a good team or makes an implosion visible from space. There is definitely more talent on the 2012 version of the team than the 2011 version.
Most of those guys won't be able to play until 2013.
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Most of those guys won't be able to play until 2013.
Yep, it is a rebuild project. But there are also some players that he has recruited that will play next year. DT has been a big priority.
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2012 is going to be a really intriguing year for KU football. I think its going to be innteresting to see if this collection of reclamation projects comes together into a good team or makes an implosion visible from space. There is definitely more talent on the 2012 version of the team than the 2011 version.
You misspelled interesting.
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Most of those guys won't be able to play until 2013.
Crist and the DT's will play right away, as well as Parmalee.
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LAWRENCE, Kan. - Adam Sitter and Scott Vestal have joined the Kansas Football staff Jayhawk head coach Charlie Weisannounced Monday afternoon. Sitter will serve as KU's director of high school relations, while Vestal will work at Kansas in the role of assistant director of football operations.

Sitter comes to Kansas after spending the past three football seasons on the staff at the University of Florida. Sitter was the quality control coach for Gator offense during the 2009-10 seasons and then was a graduate assistant for the UF offense under Weis during the 2011 campaign.

Prior to his time in Gainesville, Sitter spent several years in the Florida high school ranks coaching at three Orlando area high schools. He coached the offensive line at Edgewater High School (2003-04) and Hagerty High School (2005-07). He then was the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Jones High School (2008).

An Orlando, native, Sitter is a 2007 graduate of the University of Central Florida. He played center at Dr. Phillips High School, earning an appointment to attend West Point and play collegiately for Army. He suffered a career-ending injury early in his time at Army and later transferred to UCF to complete his degree and begin his career in coaching.

Vestal also joins the Kansas program from Florida. He was the quality control coach for defense for the Gators in 2011 and served in the same role at Texas during the 2010 season.

Prior to his work with the Longhorns, Vestal was a graduate assistant at Louisiana Tech, North Texas and SMU. Overall, Vestal spent four years at SMU, including a year as an assistant to the Director of Football Operations in 2003 before becoming the video graduate assistant in 2004. He also spent one year coaching in the Texas high school ranks, serving as an assistant coach at Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas.



The Dallas, Texas native played safety at Arlington Lamar High School. Vestal earned his bachelor's degree in kinesiology and a minor in history from Texas A&M in 2003 and a master's degree in liberal arts at SMU.
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On Sunday the Denver Broncos, and Tim Tebow in particular, were blowing the minds of football fans across the country while beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the NFL playoffs. It was pretty much a wonderful day to be a Broncos fan, but it was also a day that may find the team in court soon.

That's because after the Broncos beat the Steelers in overtime there was this tweet from Texas A&M's Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Jason Cook.



Yes, before the game a man parachuted into the stadium waving a flag that said "12th man" and the flag was waved during the game. Which seems completely harmless and pretty much commonplace, but Texas A&M owns the trademark for it and is planning on getting its money.

It's not the first time that the school has gotten involved in something like this, as it filed a lawsuit against the Seattle Seahawks in 2006 for the same thing. Now any Seahawks broadcasts that mention the crowd as "the 12th man" also has to mention Texas A&M's trademark.

Seems pretty stupid, right? Yeah, that's because it is, though there's also an easy solution. Instead of referring to your home crowd as "the 12th man" just start referring to them as "the 12th player." Then Texas A&M will have to find a whole new way to waste everybody's time.
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http://eye-on-collegefootball.blogs....56338/34285159

On Sunday the Denver Broncos, and Tim Tebow in particular, were blowing the minds of football fans across the country while beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the NFL playoffs. It was pretty much a wonderful day to be a Broncos fan, but it was also a day that may find the team in court soon.

That's because after the Broncos beat the Steelers in overtime there was this tweet from Texas A&M's Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Jason Cook.



Yes, before the game a man parachuted into the stadium waving a flag that said "12th man" and the flag was waved during the game. Which seems completely harmless and pretty much commonplace, but Texas A&M owns the trademark for it and is planning on getting its money.

It's not the first time that the school has gotten involved in something like this, as it filed a lawsuit against the Seattle Seahawks in 2006 for the same thing. Now any Seahawks broadcasts that mention the crowd as "the 12th man" also has to mention Texas A&M's trademark.

Seems pretty stupid, right? Yeah, that's because it is, though there's also an easy solution. Instead of referring to your home crowd as "the 12th man" just start referring to them as "the 12th player." Then Texas A&M will have to find a whole new way to waste everybody's time.
That's pretty lame of aTm. I can't wait until they leave and Mizzou is rid of those assholes.
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