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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
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Sat, Sept. 8 Rice at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Oct. 13 Okla. St. at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Oct. 20 Kansas at Oklahoma Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Oct. 27 Texas at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Nov. 3 Kansas at Baylor Floyd Casey Stadium
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Sat, Nov. 10 Kansas at TT Jones AT&T Stadium
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:04 AM   #2101
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Omg people are STILL bringing up conference shit? Teams move conferences all the time. MU and A+M left and the big 12 only got stronger.

Let's move on please.
After all, this is a KU football thread. It's not like there's another thread where Mizzou fans can talk about conference realignment issues.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:05 AM   #2102
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KU has a bad football program, maybe someday they'll establish a winning program, I don't know, be that as it may MU hasn't accomplished anything meaningful in football. I don't care about making it to seven straight bowl games, it's nice I guess. The Chiefs won the second most regular season games in the '90's. Yippie!
So you laugh off seven straight bowl games yet your shit program hasn't come anywhere close it?

Makes total sense.

Maybe you'll have a better chance for wins in the Mountain West.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:05 AM   #2103
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How many teams have made seven straight bowl games?

If making a bowl game is so easy, how lame is your program that you have only made back-to-back bowl games one time in your existence?
Jesus eazy. I'm not making this a "KU/MU" thing. I'm not going into the whole deal with you....again. I wasn't taking a shot at MU. If you can't agree that the bowl season is completely watered down by the amount of bowl games and that teams undeserving of getting bowls get them, I don't know what to tell you. Let it go man.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:05 AM   #2104
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Because MU left to get away from Texas.
If you believe that then you officially confirm you are a moron.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:07 AM   #2105
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Not a good move by Weis. The way he handled it could bite him and KU in the future.

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The following is the press release drawn up by the attorney for former Kansas University quarterback Brock Berglund, who was dismissed from the team by KU coach Charlie Weis on Monday for missing a mandatory team meeting.

Berglund, a freshman from Highlands Ranch, Colo., emailed the release to about a dozen media members.

Brock Berglund Seeks Official Release from University of Kansas Football Program After Initial Denial

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Colorado Springs, CO. January 19, 2012 — The University of Kansas (KU) football program has a new coach, Charlie Weis, and several high-profile transfers from other programs. Fortunately for KU, schools such as Notre Dame, BYU and Oklahoma have released incoming KU transfers, quarterback Dayne Crist, quarterback Jake Heaps and receiver Justin McCay, from their respective commitments to those programs.

Unfortunately for Brock Berglund, KU, however, has refused to extend the same courtesy.

Berglund, a freshman, was heavily recruited out of high school, and accepted a scholarship to KU in 2010, primarily because of the bond formed between him and then-coach Turner Gill during the recruiting process. Gill assured Berglund that his quarterbacking skill set was a perfect fit for the KU offense, and that he expected Berglund to compete for the starter's role right away. However, KU terminated Gill and his staff at the end of the season, and hired Charlie Weis as its head coach.

Shortly thereafter, Weis successfully landed his high-profile transfers -- all of whom he had previously recruited out of high school when he was head coach at Notre Dame. In December, 2011, Berglund was informed during a short conversation with new quarterbacks coach Ron Powlus that Crist, the Irish's former starting quarterback, would start for the KU football team in 2012, and that Berglund was only competing for the backup quarterback position. Given the change in coaching staffs and offensive philosophies, and the abrupt demotion, in December 2011, Berglund requested permission from KU to enable him to speak with other Division I-A football programs about a possible transfer.

Without KU's permission, NCAA rules prohibit any contact between Berglund and other Division I-A programs, effectively precluding the player's ability to explore any other potential opportunities prior to considering a transfer.

Despite the information communicated by Coach Weis, Berglund’s written request to KU made clear that it was “simply a request to communicate with other coaches and [was] not intended to alter [his] status as a University of Kansas student athlete in any way.”

What ensued was a six-sentence response letter from Theresa Becker, Associate Athletics Director at KU, which not only denied Berglund’s request to communicate with other coaches but made clear that, while he had not even asked, Berglund would not be released from his commitment to the KU football program. Specifically, Becker stated that:

“[i]n consultation with Dr. Sheahon Zenger, Director of Athletics for the University of Kansas, we are denying your request for permission to have contact with another university regarding your decision to transfer. Additionally, your request to be released from the University of Kansas is also denied.”

The balance of Becker’s letter informed Berglund that he had three business days to appeal KU’s decision to the KU Student-Athlete Appeals Board (SAAB). No reason for the denial or other information was contained in Becker’s response letter.

Berglund has consulted with an attorney, Vince Linden, regarding KU’s decision and has informed KU that he intends to appeal the denial of his request. Linden confirmed that KU has scheduled an appeals hearing before the SAAB, but stated “beyond that, we have no information regarding the basis for KU's decision. Neither the coaching staff nor the administration have provided any information or criteria upon which they based their decision."

Due to the scheduled appeal hearing, and because his attendance may have subjected him, pursuant to strict NCAA requirements, to complete an additional academic semester at KU, Berglund did not attend a mandatory team meeting last Sunday, but informed KU in advance of the meeting that he would not be in attendance. However, Berglund was dismissed from the team by KU and Weis on Monday, reportedly for failing to attend the Sunday meeting. Berglund learned about his dismissal, not from Weis or anyone else at KU, but via Twitter and internet media outlets, which reported that during Weis' press conference he personally introduced his new high-profile quarterback transfers and announced certain "dismissals" from the team -- including Berglund.

KU scheduled Berglund's SAAB appeal hearing after Weis' press conference, signaling that the athletic administration still intends to defend its denial of Berglund's request.

No further explanation or justification of KU's decision has been offered since its initial written denial.

Berglund plans to follow the required appeal procedure and hopes that KU will reconsider its decision and allow him the same opportunity which the KU football program accepted from the athletic administrations at Notre Dame, BYU, and Oklahoma -- the opportunity for a fresh start.

His attorney, Linden, is cautiously optimistic and wrote:

"The SAAB's inquiry will focus on whether the decision was fair and just given the circumstances. Any objective observer, shown all the facts, will know that the decision was not only unfair, but was arbitrary and capricious, and should be overturned. It will be very interesting to hear KU's explanation, particularly in light of the fact that it so gleefully courted players who were granted releases from their own respective programs, and wished the best of luck by their former coaches."
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:08 AM   #2106
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No, it was a good match. MU is a medium size program in a new state, but it wasn't a contest between MU and other big 12 schools as to who gets invited to the SEC, no one else was involved.

Where will they bolt to?
Who knows? I could see TX joining Notre Dame in the B1G or OU and possibly others in the PAC.

Hell, I wouldn't totally rule out the SEC. The "haves" are going to consolidate power until they don't have to subsidize the "have nots". Its been happening, and its going to keep happening.

I agree with Plow's comment about what KU is trying to do. They are dumping a ton of money into the program all of a sudden. It seems logical to me that they are trying to force themselves into football relevency sooner rather than later.

CW is a "win now" hire rether than a guy who is going to lay a foundation for something great in the future. Couple that with the way he is putting together his roster, and it has the feel of a guy who has been told "get us into the top half of the conference as quickly as you can, and we'll worry about building a solid program once we have a long-term home".

He isn't here to turn over rocks in Kansas in order to find hidden gems and build relationships with area high schools. He's taking fliers on big prospects that haven't panned out elsewhere.

Hell, Grunny is extremely disliked by area coaches who competed against him. If you are building for the long haul, I don't see why you make that hire.

Who knows, though? Its a bold strategy. Should be interesting in a soap opera kind of way. More than half of my friends are KU fans, so I'll be watching it happen for better or worse.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:09 AM   #2107
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So you laugh off seven straight bowl games yet your shit program hasn't come anywhere close it?

Makes total sense.

Maybe you'll have a better chance for wins in the Mountain West.

I think it's fairly obvious you have no intentions of coming into this thread to simply talk football with everyone. Might be time to grow up a bit.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:12 AM   #2108
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CW is a "win now" hire rether than a guy who is going to lay a foundation for something great in the future. Couple that with the way he is putting together his roster, and it has the feel of a guy who has been told "get us into the top half of the conference as quickly as you can, and we'll worry about building a solid program once we have a long-term home".

Exactly.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:17 AM   #2109
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Not a good move by Weis. The way he handled it could bite him and KU in the future.

http://www2.kusports.com/weblogs/tal...-berglund-iss/
That is some dirty shit. I think he's doing the same thing with Keeston Terry. BTW, Terry is trying to convince Mizzou to take him, but I'm hearing Pinkel doesn't want him.
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Not a good move by Weis. The way he handled it could bite him and KU in the future.

http://www2.kusports.com/weblogs/tal...-berglund-iss/
I know it's probably far from the whole story, but it sure makes ku's athletic dept sound like a bunch of assholes.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:18 AM   #2111
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That is some dirty shit. I think he's doing the same thing with Keeston Terry. BTW, Terry is trying to convince Mizzou to take him, but I'm hearing Pinkel doesn't want him.
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That has to hurt for ku fans.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:21 AM   #2112
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That has to hurt for ku fans.

Why would that hurt? Because he wants to go to MU?
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:23 AM   #2113
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Why would that hurt? Because he wants to go to MU?
Exactly, perhaps i missed something.
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Why would that hurt? Because he wants to go to MU?
Yes. Isn't his dad a former ku player?

Probably not a good sign that a player from a KC football factory is disappointed in his ku experience but clearly wants to go to Mizzou. Wonder what he's telling Blue Springs kids and coaches?
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I know it's probably far from the whole story, but it sure makes ku's athletic dept sound like a bunch of assholes.
From the sounds of it, he has had some issues that are behind this. Apparently, one (or more) other players put in transfer requests and they were OK'd without problems.

There has to be more to this story.
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