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The Kansas Jayhawks play in the very competitive Big 12 conference and have a history rich in talent and rivalries. Legendary stars Gale Sayers, John Riggins, and Dana Stubblefield are among the talented players to have donned the Crimson and Blue. First fielding a football team in 1890, Kansas' main rival is Missouri, playing the yearly Border Showdown, the longest played college rivalry west of the Mississippi River. Their in-state rivals the Kansas State Wildcats give them a tough game every year in the Sunflower Showdown, playing for the Governor's Cup. Playing Nebraska every year has also become a rivalry for the Jayhawks. A game played annually since 1905, the Nebraska-Kansas game is the third most played game in college football. While Nebraska has historically dominated this game, Kansas has recently begun to gain the upper hand, winning in 2005 and breaking Nebraska's 36-game winning streak. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Kansas Jayhawks football tickets.

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2017 Jayhawks Season Preview

And you thought KU was just a basketball school. Well, in fact it is these days, sorry to be the bearer of bad news. This college football team is rebuilding. That’s a polite way to say, it’s not looking overly optimistic for 2017. To be more direct - they’ll be lucky to win 4 games. There, we said it. The key to any success for the Jayhawks this year begins and ends with quarterback Peyton Bender. The JUCO transfer has a gun for an arm, and albeit on the smaller side, can hit some big plays which is what Kansas will need plenty of. Wide receiver Steven Sims can be the recipient of said big plays having caught 72 passes last year and nearly notching 1,000 yards. Two other receivers, LaQuvionte Gonzalez and Daylon Charlot will be called upon early and often, and handing it off to Khali Herbert is not a bad second or third option. New offensive coordinator Doug Meacham will have his hands full, but all eyes are centered squarely on 2018 at this point. Whether you are planning on cheering on Kansas at Memorial Stadium or supporting the Jayhawks on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Kansas Jayhawks tickets, including home and away games.

Kansas Jayhawks Football at Memorial Stadium

Address: 1017 W 11th St, Lawrence, Kansas, 66044

The Kansas Jayhawks play their home games at the University of Kansas Memorial Stadium. The seventh oldest college field in the nation and the first to be built west of the Mississippi, Memorial Stadium holds just over 50,000 spectators. A game at Memorial Stadium has become a fearsome experience for visiting teams. The Kansas Jayhawks home bench is on the Memorial Stadium sideline with sections 1-10. Memorial Stadium parking information is covered in our Jayhawks event guide.

 
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Kansas Jayhawks Rivals

Known as the Sunflower Showdown (for obvious reasons), this game has happened every single year since 1911 – the third-longest uninterrupted series in college football history. K-State has proved to be the victor more often than not since the 90s, but the Wildcats still have some catching up to do to takeover the all-time series, as Kansas won 17 of the first 20 meetings between the two.

Kansas vs. Mizzou

The rivalry game between the Jayhawks and Tigers is known as the Border War, and thus it’s played in Kansas City, which is carved in half at the Kansas and Missouri state line. Both of these schools and their fans can’t stand losing against the other, and for a while they won’t have the opportunity as Mizzou bolted for the SEC.

One of the Kansas Jayhawks biggest football rivals since the creation of the Big 12, has been the Texas Longhorns. The Longhorns and Jayhawks first met on the football field in 1901, with Kansas shutting out Texas. The Jayhawks would win the series first two games, before entering into an era of near misses. In 2004, the Jayhawks came close to upsetting the highly ranked Longhorns in Lawrence, falling 27-23 after a controversial pass interference call kept Texas alive.

Kansas in the CFP Championship and Bowl Games

The Kansas Jayhawks, who compete in the Big 12, are one of the oldest teams in college football history dating back to 1890. Their 6-6-bowl record is solid but if they’ll want to be considered a college football great they will have to get a Big 12 Conference Championship on their score sheet. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Big 12 Conference Championship Game.

Kansas Jayhawks Event Guide

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When do the gates open prior to a Kansas home football game?

Gates open 1.5 hours prior to kickoff.

What are the student sections for a Kansas Jayhawks football game at Memorial Stadium?

Student seating at the Memorial Stadium are sections 17-20.

What are the visitor sections for a Kansas Jayhawks football game at Memorial Stadium?

Visitor seating at the Memorial Stadium are sections 24 & 25.

Where’s a good place to stay close to Memorial Stadium in Lawrence?

The Holiday Inn and Comfort Inn are both less than 1.5 miles away from the stadium and offer good amenities.

Where is the best place to eat in Lawrence before a Kansas football game?

Milton’s is the only place you need to consider for breakfast. Free State Brewing Company is, of course, a great place for a craft beer – but the food is great too. Don’t let it make you skip out on the bars on Mass St. though, doing the Bull-Hawk-Wheel bar tour is a must when in Lawrence for a football game.

Kansas Jayhawks Preview History

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2015 Kansas Football Preview

Kansas football had another tough year in 2014, but were able to pull out their first Big 12 win in years. The win has Kansas optimistic coming into the 2015 season. The Jayhawks will rely on Montell Cozart to take over under center, while senior running back De’Andre Mann should see plenty of carries. The key for Kansas in 2015, will be avoiding the costly turnovers that have plagued them the last 3 seasons. If Kansas can do a better job of protecting the football, they have a chance to win multiple Big 12 games in 2015. Look for Kansas to target games at Iowa State, at Texas, as well as home games against Texas Tech, and Kansas State.

2014 Kansas Football Preview

It is hard to look at a 3-9 season with optimism and hope for the following year. But here is what the Jayhawks have going for them in 2014. One of those three wins in 2013 was a stomping of West Virginia, which gave the boys from Lawrence their first Big 12 victory since 2010. With that monkey off of their back, the Jayhawks can focus on improving. Head coach Charlie Weiss has now had 3 years to recruit and mold his Kansas players to fit into his one prolific offensive schemes. The Jayhawks continue to recruit solid JUCO talent which can step in and help the team win right away. One such player, running back De’Andre Mann should have a major impact on the Kansas offense in 2014. The Jayhawks schedule is full of big games, look for an early season game at Duke to be a chance for Kansas to make some noise. Other interesting matchups are a September 27th meeting with Texas, and a November 8th showdown with Iowa State.

2013 Kansas Football Preview

The saying “it can only get better from here” applies to the Kansas Jayhawks. The Jayhawks finished near the bottom in nearly every statistical category and managed to win only one game in 2012. However, as Charlie Weis enters his second season as the head coach, the Jayhawks do feel the future is bright. Kansas can build off that they lost five games by a touchdown or less and a recruiting class that has brought 17 JUCO transfers that can make an immediate impact. The defense has been rebuilt with many of the JUCO transfers and should be more competitive because of it. The offense will rely heavily on the ground game and senior James Sims. Sims averaged 4.6 yards per carry to go along with his 9 touchdowns. Weis hopes the hard work in the recruiting game will play dividends when Oklahoma, Baylor, and West Virginia visit Lawrence this season.

2011 Kansas Football Preview

Uneven is probably the best way to describe the 2010 Kansas Jayhawks season. While their record suggests otherwise (3-9 is decidedly even, in a bad direction), it was a season where beating a 15th-ranked Georgia Tech squad was followed up by two blowouts where Baylor and Kansas State dropped more than 50-points on them. They’re looking for a more balanced attack, and that starts with the new leader on offense.

After Dan Hawkins left Colorado, recruit Brock Berglund decided to head to Lawrence and suit up for the Jayhawks. However, with the intra-Big 12 transfer jumbled, Berglund could only practice with the team during Fall practices. So it may rest on the shoulders of sophomore Jordan Webb or senior Quinn Mecham, neither of whom showed much promise last year, to kick off the season. Luckily, they will have running back James Sims to fall back on. The best player on the offense side will be tested early and often as the unit tries to find its identity.

Ironically, the best player on defense was Kansas’ former tailback, junior Toben Opurum. Last year, he shifted from RB to end, and became the unit’s de facto stud. It looks to stay that way unless sophomore Huldon Tharp, a first-team freshman All-American in 2009, finds a way to stay healthy and contribute to a squad that is looking to find playmakers.

2010 Kansas Football Preview

Kansas had a sudden coaching change after Mark Mangino resigned amid an internal investigation. Mangino was replaced by former Buffalo coach Turner Gill, who looks to improve on a team that lost seven straight games to end the season last year.

The Jayhawk offense lost record-setting quarterback Todd Reesing to graduation so there is a big hole to fill under center. Sophomore Kale Pick and redshirt freshman Jordan Webb are competing for the job and, as of yet, neither appears to have and advantage.

Whether Pick or Webb wins the job, both will have a lot of talent at wide receivers. Sophomore Bradley McDougald and senior Jonathan Wilson are both capable of breaking a big play.

The Jayhawks had a difficult time stopping other teams from scoring in 2009, allowing 28.4 points per game. Their strength on defense will center around the secondary, as there are still question marks surrounding the linebacker and defensive line positions. Senior Chris Harris will anchor the unit and cornerback, with Jake Laptad expected to have an impact at defensive end.

If there's anyone who can take Kansas as far away from their dismal finish last year, it's Gill. The coach transformed a Buffalo program into a conference champion, and while that's a tall order in Lawrence, he certainly has the acumen to do so.

2008 Kansas Football Preview

The Kansas Jayhawks football team has recently begun to seriously challenge its basketball program in national attention. The team began its 2007 season with an incredible winning streak, finding its way into the top 10. Playing in the Big 12, and formerly the Big Eight, Kansas has won four conference titles and had eleven All-Americans on its roster. Under the leadership of coach Mark Mangino, the 2007 season looks to provide the Jayhawks with a chance to expand that list further.

Head Coach Mark Mangino will lead his University of Kansas Jayhawks out on the big field with hopes of repeating last year's stellar season. With a 12-1 record and a huge win at the Orange Bowl, the Jayhawks solidified their name in Big 12 Conference. The Jayhawks will have plenty of pressure to repeat last year's accomplishments, however, as the Jayhawks play a tougher schedule this year. They will face Big 12 heavy-hitters including Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech, replacing last year's Big 12 lineup of Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and Baylor.

The Jayhawks will be looking to their quarterback, Todd Reesing, to be swift and crafty to keep the ball moving downfield. You can bet he will be hitting the endzone via Dexton Fields or Dezmon Briscoe in no time. Also, Kansas' defense is looking strong as ever, with returning starters Joe Mortensen, Russell Brorsen and Aqib Talib. Look out for a superb Kansas team this season, and grab some tickets for a game!

 

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