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Sport Kansas Football is So Bad That an Assistant Coach is Leaving for the Oil Business

18:16  20 march  2018
18:16  20 march  2018 Source:   12up.com

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The Kansas Jayhawks had another massively disappointing 1-11 season on the gridiron. It's been so bad for so long in Lawrence that they're losing assistant coach Todd Bradford. Bradford had been at Kansas for just two seasons, but has been coaching college football as an assistant for 27 years.

Kansas football coach David Beaty has an opening on his staff less than two weeks before the start of spring practices. After spending two years coaching KU’s linebackers, Todd Bradford is leaving the program. As first reported by Jayhawk Slant and confirmed by a Kansas official, Bradford has left the

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​The Kansas Jayhawks had another ​massively disappointing 1-11 season on the gridiron. It's been so bad for so long in Lawrence that they're losing assistant coach Todd Bradford. But he's not heading to another school. Shockingly he accepted a position with... an oil company.

Can't make this stuff up.

Bradford had been at Kansas for just two seasons, but has been coaching college football as an assistant for 27 years. Once again, the KU football program ​can't catch a break. In Bradford's two years, the Jayhawks were a combined 3-21, which surely played a part in him accepting a position for more money in a completely different industry.

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The Kansas Jayhawks football program is a college football team that represents the University of Kansas in the Big 12 Conference in the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

that - an - assistant - coach - is - leaving - for - the - oil - business /ar-BBKtqO2?li=BBnb7Kz. Which is worse ? Kansas FB. Posted: Mar 20, 2018 7:02 PM. Not even close. KU football is literally one of the consistently worse programs in any sport.

​​An old friend of Bradford's offered him this position. He reportedly turned the company down twice before, but as they kept raising their offer, he thought is was too good a deal financially to turn them down again.

This puts Kansas in a tough spot now, because spring practice begins on March 31st. Bradford is definitely putting the Jayhawks in a tough position as they try to get out of the bottom of the Big 12 next season. He has stated that Kansas is one of the toughest rebuilds in the country. And he's right.

All told, it's hard to imagine him being the only one pondering jumping ship.

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