Kansas, K-State in similar sticky quarterback situations
October 11, 2017
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The culprit at Kansas has been ineffectiveness.
Down the road at Kansas State, the problem has been health.
Either way, the two Power Five schools in the Sunflower State are in the most unenviable of situations: They are stuck in sticky quarterback situations as they plunge into the meat of the Big 12 schedule, the Jayhawks trying desperately to turn their season around and the Wildcats fighting to get on track.
Kansas coach David Beaty refused to announce a starter for Saturday's game at Iowa State this week after Peyton Bender, who won the job out of fall camp, was...