Let’s be honest, Kansas football isn’t looking like it will do any better than last season’s 3-9 finish, but that’s to be expected. Rebuilds don’t happen overnight no matter who your coach is. Still, no matter how absurd it sounds, the Jayhawks do have a path to six wins; crazier things have happened. First things first though, a few criteria must be met.
Step One: Pick a starting quarterback and stick with him
The first thing Kansas needs to do is pick a quarterback and stick with him for the duration of the season. Whether that means Carter Stanley or Thomas MacVittie, teams with QB controversy rarely achieve success.