Lawrence, KS – According to the statement, the Kansas Football team will practice 15 times leading up to their spring game on May 1 at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. Kansas was originally scheduled to open spring practice March 23.
The Jayhawks will continue their offseason strength and conditioning workouts next week leading up to the first on-field practice.
Kansas will first take the practice field March 30 in helmets and jerseys for the first two practices.
After taking Easter weekend off, the Jayhawks will practice each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday leading up to the spring game.
The Jayhawks will be able to have their first contact/non-tackle practice on April 6, and can begin tackling on April 8.