KU Football Players Expect New Offense To Generate Excitement

LAWRENCE, Kan. –(WIBW) With a new spread offense attack this season, the Kansas Jayhawks hope to energize a team that severely lacked explosiveness a year ago.

KU ranked last in the big 12 in total offense and scoring offense in 2013 and as fall camp begins, the players believe an aggressive offensive philosophy and a stronger team first attitude will yield much better results.

Sophomore Quarterback Montell Cozart said, "Going out there everyday with receivers and spending social time with them, that's helped our chemistry. The offensive line and running backs are coming together as a group and we can feel a stronger bond."

"We are confident we had a nice spring and a chance to learn the offense better. Coming into the fall we are confident in what we have and what we can do," said Senior Left Tackle Pat Lewandowski.

All Big 12 Honorable Mention Tight End Jimmay Mundine believes fans will see a new look offense right out of the gate. "They should expect us to put more points on the board and be more consistent as far as how we manage the game. We won't have to rely on the defense to shut people out the whole time or just hold them to seven."

Kansas opens the season at home on September 6, 2014 against Southeast Missouri State


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