Is there any way Turner Gill is the Kansas coach next season?
I think the embarrassing 59-21 loss at home to in-state rival Kansas State Saturday may have been the nail in the coffin.
118-28 to your in-state rival in two seasons, both at home?
Saturday, Kansas State did a victory lap with their own fans in your own stadium Turner Gill. That’s embarrassing. Kansas has notoriously bad football fans, but in the fourth quarter there was no blue or red in the stadium, just a bunch of purple.
Kansas has lost five straight games by an average of 33 points, and have allowed 45 points or more in those games — 59 or more three times.
The chances of Kansas winning a game the rest of this year are slim to none. A road trip to Ames to play Iowa State November 5 is their last remaining chance. If they are unsuccessful, Kansas will finish the season 0-9 in Big 12 play and 1-17. Kansas is allowing 45 points per game in conference play under Gill’s leadership.
I think the most compelling reason for Kansas to rid themselves from Gill is his team seems to have the “quit factor.”
A team that quits has given up on their coach.
Remember when Kansas ran off Mark Mangino? This is what you asked for.
Mike Leach isn’t working last I checked.