- The Kansas Jayhawks' defense is currently ranked 21st in the country and second in the Big 12, giving up only 273 yards per game.
- Defensive coordinator Brian Borland attributes their success to the team's buying into the program and improved practice quality.
- The team leads the nation in the 'havoc' defense statistic, which measures disruption caused by tackles for loss, forced fumbles, and defended passes.
The Kansas Jayhawks have seen a significant improvement in their defense this season, with a current ranking of 21st in the country and second in the Big 12. Defensive coordinator Brian Borland is pleased with the team’s progress, especially in the newly introduced ‘havoc’ defense statistic where they rank number one in the country. Borland attributes the success to the players’ commitment and growth in the program. As they enter Big 12 play, the Jayhawks aim to continue their disruptive play and maintain their defensive excellence.Read more at kansas.rivals.com
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