Kansas coach Les Miles fired offensive coordinator Les Koenning halfway through their first season with the Jayhawks on Sunday and promoted Brent Dearmon to the same position.
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- KU's Miles fires O-boss Koenning after 6 games
- RB Herbert no longer a member of Jayhawks
- KU charged with lack of institutional control, more
- Former Kansas coach Beaty's lawsuit to proceed
Jalen Hurts threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns, ran for 56 yards and two more TDs and added another line to his Heisman Trophy resume in leading No. 6 Oklahoma to a 45-20 victory over Kansas on Saturday.
Running back Khalil Herbert, the Kansas Jayhawks' leading rushing, is no longer a member of the team, coach Les Miles has announced. Herbert had hoped to return to the Jayhawks in 2020 after redshirting this season.
Freshman Max Duggan led touchdown drives on all three of his first-half possessions as TCU scored on every first-half possessions on Saturday and was never threatened in a 51-14 victory over Kansas to open Big 12 play.
The NCAA has charged Kansas basketball with five Level I violations, among them a lack of institutional control and head coach responsibility violations on the part of Bill Self. The football program was also hit with two Level II violations.
Kendall Austin threw 202 yards, Martell Pettaway ran for a pair of scores, and West Virginia held on for a 29-24 victory over Kansas to open Big 12 play Saturday.
Carter Stanley threw for three touchdowns, Khalil Herbert rushed for 187 yards on 11 carries, and Kansas stunned Boston College 48-24 on Friday night for its first road win over a Power 5 school in nearly 11 years.
After an 0-2 start, Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt searched for an analogy and came up with ... the Titanic. It's safe to say things aren't going well in Knoxville.