Leon gives a little pep-talk to the Jayhawk players before the Iowa State game...Junior cornerback Aqib Talib has been named one of 15 "Players to Watch" for the 2007 Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Award it was announced on Tuesday.
Somebody actually uses some good numbers to question KU's rankings...not that it matters since we will prove ourselves if we do in fact win out.
Mangino is one of 15 candidates up for the George Munger Award for top coach in College Football.
Found this little juvenile stunt to be a little bit tasteless, yet not surprising from a KSU message boardSee that little part about KSUFans is a proud supporter of the Brook Berringer Flight School? Yeah, pretty messed up if you know the background story...especially in bad taste after getting stomped by the Bugeaters...
Brook Warren Berringer
(July 9, 1973 - April 18, 1996) was a quarterback for the University of Nebraska football team in the mid-1990s. Berringer came to Nebraska from Goodland, Kansas and played a back-up role to Tommie Frazier. He is best known for replacing an injured Tommie Frazier during the 1994 season and leading the Cornhuskers to seven consecutive wins and to the Orange Bowl national championship game against the University of Miami Hurricanes. Berringer was expected to be drafted in the 1996 NFL Draft, but he died in a plane crash two days before the draft. Berringer, an amateur pilot, was in control of a 1946 Piper Cub over Raymond, Nebraska, when the aircraft went down in an alfalfa field. Friend Tobey Lake, the brother of Berringer's girlfriend Tiffini, was also killed in the crash.
What? Too soon?
Kansas University, we may have our faults as all schools do, yet we are rivals with two schools who lack an ounce of class in their collective fan bases.