It’s rare for a college football program to have two Homecomings in one season, but that’s basically what Kansas University has in store for this weekend.
Two weeks after welcoming Texas to town for the official Homecoming game — which Kansas lost 23-0 and marked the final game of the Charlie Weis era — more than 100 former players are expected to return to campus this weekend to support their former team and interim head coach Clint Bowen.
Former KU offensive lineman Keith Loneker set up the reunion via a private Facebook page specifically for former KU football players. And within 24 hours of sending out his thoughts about getting the gang back together for Bowen’s first home game as interim coach, more than 50 former players had RSVP’d that they would be here.
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