Kansas Jayhawks Live Stream: Three Keys Against Duke Blue Devils


We have your Kansas Jayhawks live stream information here for the second game of the season, on the road against the Duke Blue Devils.  The Kansas Jayhawks won their first game of the season but can they beat a good team away from Memorial Stadium?

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  • Who: Duke Blue Devils (2-0)
  • Where: Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC
  • Kickoff Time: 2:30 PM (Central time)
  • TV Channel: ACC Regional Fox Sports
  • Kansas Jayhawks Live Stream: ESPN3

The Kansas Jayhawks live stream is on ESPN3 for those who subscribe to any cable or dish package that includes ESPN. If the Kansas Jayhawks and the Duke Blue Devils were playing each other in basketball instead of football, the game would be on prime time, and be garnering national attention.

Alas, that is not the case. Hopefully, this game will be an intriguing one nonetheless.


The Duke Blue Devils have racked up over 1,000 total yards in their first two games against Elon and Troy – not the strongest of opponents. Still, Duke is a dangerous football team. They went 10-4 last year, and won 8 straight games before losing to the Florida State Seminoles in the ACC Championship game.

The Blue Devils have displayed a balanced attack thus far, piling up 562 yards through the air and 457 on the ground. Starting quarterback Anthony Boone has completed 66% of his passes and has 5 touchdown throws.

Kansas will have to continue to show the growth on defense they displayed last week against a very good Duke offense, if the Jayhawks are going to have any chance at all.

Sophomore quarterback Montell Cozart looked as good in the first half against Southeast Missouri as he did at anytime last season. His wide receiving corps enjoyed a big upgrade with the additions on Nick Harwell, Nigel King, and a healthy Tony Pierson.

If the passing game can be consistent from game to game, from half to half, the Jayhawks will be better offensive team than some thought. Cozart looked good at times in the first game. Hopefully, he will improve each week.

Kansas must be able to move the ball through the air to loosen up the Duke defense against a nice KU running attack. The Jayhawks will need to show balance on offense, and Cozart’s arm must be accurate.

The running attack was a pleasant surprise last week. After losing seniors Brandon Bourbon and Taylor Cox to season ending injuries in August, there was some doubt as to whether or not the Jayhawks would have any kind of running game.

Kansas ground out 261 yards on the ground against the Redhawks, led by De’Andre Mann, with 121 yards, and Corey Avery with 91. Mann averaged 8.1 yards a carry.

It will be a tougher test this week against a good Blue Devils team. If Mann, Avery, and company can impress this week, on the road, against a quality opponent, the outlook will be much more bright for the Jayhawks.