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About the Kansas Jayhawks
The University of Kansas located at Lawrence, KS has 16 varsity teams known as Jayhawks, the school’s nickname. The University competes in North Division of Big 12 Conference and the sports teams classified at NCAA’s Division I. Crimson and blue are the school’s colors, the fight song is “I’m a Jayhawk” and the school mascot Big Jay, Baby Jay can be seen whenever the school participates in sports competition.
The Kansas University football team was organized in 1890 and has since participated in intercollegiate and bowl competitions. The team particularly plays in Memorial Stadium with a capacity of 50,071, the first in the campus and was built in 1921. Through the years, Kansas Jayhawks football team also takes pride of their former players who have been recognized in Pro Football Hall of Fame that include Gale Sayers, a two time All-American who enjoyed a short live career due to his injury but with a Hall of Fame career with Chicago bears; John Riggins, another Pro Football Hall of Famer with the Washington Redskins; John Hadl, Steve Towle, Dana Stubblefield, Bobby Douglass, and Nolan Cromwell.
The Kansas Jayhawks has long-standing rivalry with the University of Missouri Tigers dated since the two had played in 1891. The competition originally known as “Border War” came out since the two are part of the football west of the Mississippi River. When the devastating 9/11 happened, the name of the rivalry has changed to “Border Showdown.” The Marching Band Drum, a traveling trophy, is awarded to the winner each year. In another rivalry called the Sunflower Showdown with the Kansas State Wildcats; the Governor’s Cup given by the governor of Kansas is awarded to the winner.
Another rival by the Kansas Jayhawks is the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The Huskers has a total of 36 consecutive victories, second longest in NCAA Division 1. The Kansas Jayhawks and Huskers annual game started since 1905. For the record, Kansas Jayhawks is recognized as the 2nd and 3rd most played college football games. But, Kansas Jayhawks has always been behind the Huskers with only 22-88-3 all-time. However, the Huskers winning streak was put into halt when Kansas Jayhawks defeated Nebraska 40-15 in Lawrence on November 5, 2005.
The 40 points are the most by the Kansas Jayhawks against Nebraska, and the 72 points scored by the Kansas Jayhawks in 2005 and 2006 combined is the largest consecutive two-year total in the series. Also, in the overtime loss on September 30, 2006, the 32 points scored was the most by any Kansas Jayhawk team in Lincoln since 1899, when Kansas Jayhawk won 36-20 in only their eighth all-time meeting.
The Kansas Jayhawks had participated in the Orange Bowl in 1948 and 1969, and had its most recent bowl appearance in the 2005 Fort Worth Bowl. Since 2002, Mark Mangino lead the team as the head coach and the program’s overall record is 542-537-58 as of November 25, 2006.
The Kansas Jayhawks have Big 12 Conference championships and these are: MVIAA champion in 1908 with coached by A.R. Kennedy and undefeated at 4-0; 9-0 overall; Big 6 Champion with coached Bill Hargiss in 1930; Big 6 Champion were tied in both 1946 and 1947 football season as coached by George Sauer; Big Champion also tied in 1968 as coached by Pepper Rodgers.
The Kansas Jayhawks Coaching Staff is headed by Mark Mangino as the Head Coach; the Offensive Coordinator and quarterback is Ed Warinner; On the Defensive Line is Bill Young. Tim Beck is for Wide Receivers and a Pass Game Coordinator; Brandon Blaney is the Recruiting Coordinator and for Tight Ends; Clint Bowen is the Co-Defensive Coordinator and for Safeties. At the Cornerbacks are Je’Ney Jackson and Earle Mosley at the Running Backs. John Reagan is for the Offensive Line and the Run Game Coodinator; Steve Tobar is for the Linebackers and Chris Dawson in Strength and Conditioning.
With regard to bowl appearances, the Kansas Jayhawks earned a 4-6 bowl record.
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