LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- First-year Kansas coach Charlie Weis has wasted no time in overhauling his staff. And he has added some star power, too.
Veteran NFL and college coach Dave Campo was hired as the Jayhawks' new defensive coordinator on Friday, less than a week after he left the Dallas Cowboys. Campo will also coach the Kansas defensive backs.
Campo is a former head coach of the Dallas Cowboys (2000-02), and he spent the past four seasons coaching the secondary in Dallas. He was also a defensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns, along with a stop in Jacksonville.
Campo spent the first 18 years of his coaching career in college, including two years under Jimmy Johnson at Miami that included a national championship (1987). He followed Johnson to Dallas, where he helped win six division titles and three Super Bowls.
The Jayhawks were just 2-10 last season, and 5-19 in two seasons under Turner Gill. He was fired after the season and replaced with Weis, the former Notre D...