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Look: Kansas Football Gives a Sneak Peek at New Uniforms Ahead of 2023 Season

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The Kansas Jayhawks have rebranded both on the football field and off the field and just in case Lance Leipold’s recent streak of landing commitments from top recruits hasn’t been exciting enough, Jayhawk fans got a sneak peek at some new jerseys for the upcoming season.

With the full reveal set to go live later on tonight, Kansas fans got to see a shiny Big 12 logo outlined in red as well as shoulder stripes and an electric KU blue that should get every fan excited for the fall.

 

With new jerseys on the way for the 2023-24 season, head football coach Lance Leipold matched the new look with a new look recruiting style that’s already given Kansas some major payoffs in the 2024 cycle. The Jayhawks have landed a total of 15 commitments including three four-star prospects in edge rusher Dakyus Brinkley, cornerback Austin Alexander, and safety Damani Maxson. Lepiold and the Jayhawks’ 2024 class currently ranks 38th in the nation which is a massive change in just two short years since Leipold took over the program.

Kansas kicks off its 2023-24 football season on September 1st against Missouri State where Leipold’s squad can continue to rewrite age-old narratives that have surrounded KU football for far too long.

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