Two games, both losses, don’t supply enough evidence for Kansas University athletic director Sheahon Zenger to call off the coaching search and remove the interim tag from Clint Bowen.
Yet, anybody who hasn’t seen a serious change in the way the team plays either isn’t watching, doesn’t want to see it, is blinded by Bowen’s lack of celebrity, or all of the above.
The passion the intense defensive coordinator has instilled in his team in just two weeks is nothing short of impressive.
Tied with the nation’s 16th-ranked college football team midway through the fourth quarter, Kansas lost to Oklahoma State, 27-20, Saturday in Memorial Stadium, but in so many ways, the gains made by the program overshadowed the loss.
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