Scott Winters
3 Sep 2016: Kansas Jayhawks safety Fish Smithson (9) looks to the sideline for the defensive call during the NCAA football season opener between the Rhode Island Rams and Kansas Jayhawks at Kivisto Field at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, KS. (Photo by Scott Winters/ICON Sportswire) (Icon Sportswire via AP Images)

Big Fish: Smithson to lead Kansas defense against Texas Tech  updated 5:52pm

For Anthony "Fish" Smithson, football is something that's affected him beyond the emotional highs and lows after wins and losses. It's provided opportunities the Kansas senior captain is making the most of.

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Q&A with Kansas wide receiver Steven Sims 09/27/16 - 7:13pm

Q: What's the biggest difference for you on the field between last season and this season? A: I think I'm more confident. I'm seeing things, like what the defense is trying to do to us.

A new reality: Texas Tech uses virtual reality system to enhance film study 09/26/16 - 6:51pm

Kliff Kingsbury was browsing the internet last season when he came across an article - "A Quarterback and His Game Plan, Part I: Five Days to Learn 171 Plays.

Red Raider football notes: Kingsbury breaks out motivational tool for Kansas week 09/26/16 - 11:08pm

Tech coach says offense lacking in last year's game

Kansas has lost 17 of its last 18 games, but Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury clearly has his talking points ready to keep the Red Raiders from overlooking the Jayhawks.

Solid ground: Texas Tech's 11-year-old field turf still in good condition 09/22/16 - 9:14pm

Texas Tech's been in no hurry to replace the FieldTurf at Jones AT&T Stadium and the surface installed in the summer of 2006 is now in its 11th season.