KU dismisses two players from football team, another retires

Kansas Jayhawks football coach David Beaty announced that two players had been dismissed from the team for undisclosed violations of team rules and another was retiring due to medical reasons. Matt Tait of KUSports reported Beaty’s announcement. The two suspended players are running back Corey Avery and wide receiver Rodriguez Coleman, who were placed on indefinite suspension...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Two Jayhawk football players slapped with indefinite suspensions

Rising senior wide receiver Rodriguez Coleman and rising sophomore running back Corey Avery missed Kansas' spring game on Saturday, as they were placed under indefinite suspension by coach David Beaty. “Their future is uncertain,” The Kansas City Star quotes Beaty. Beaty didn't offer any specifics about the suspensions but he added that they were in relation to violations of...
Via FOX Sports
April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas Lives Down to Low Expectations at Spring Game

The Kansas Jayhawks have won just nine games the past four seasons, and expectations in Lawrence are not exactly high. However, former Texas A&M and Kansas wide receiver coach David Beaty was tabbed as head coach this offseason. His recruiting ties in Texas were a big reason for the hire, and Jayhawk fans at the very least are hoping for some improvement. If the spring game Saturday...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas' Jamari Traylor, Rodriguez Coleman arrested on same night

  Kansas basketball player Jamari Traylor and football player Rodriguez Coleman were arrested about an hour apart early Sunday near campus. Traylor, a junior forward and part-time starter, was arrested shortly after 2 a.m. for interfering with a police officer, according to the Douglas County Sherriff's Office. He posted $100 bond and was released. Kansas coach Bill Self said he...
Via Associated Press
December 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas Receiver Kicks Pass; Kansas State Gets Bizarre Interception (Video)

It’s not very often that you see a pass get intercepted after it flies about 40 feet in the air off of a receiver’s foot, but Kansas made that happen Saturday nonetheless. During the first quarter of their rivalry game with Kansas State, Jayhawks quarterback Michael Cummings passed to wideout Rodriguez Coleman. But instead of catching the football, Coleman somehow kicked it...
November 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Blocking? Yep, Kansas wide receivers becoming pros

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) The first few weeks after Rodriguez Coleman arrived at Kansas, everybody on the team -- even coach Charlie Weis -- took to calling him Rod. Seemed natural enough, except that Coleman didn't like it. He sticks to Rodriguez to differentiate himself from his father, who has the same name. "All the people call my dad Rod," Coleman said. "I don't want them at home...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

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