Kansas Jayhawks Live Stream: 3 Keys Vs Central Michigan Chippewas


We have your Kansas Jayhawks live stream information here for the third game of the season, at home against the Central Michigan Chippewas.  The Kansas Jayhawks (1-1) were routed last week by the Duke Blue Devils, and look to bounce back with a better performance in their last non-conference match-up of the year.

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  • Who: Central Michigan Chippewas (2-1)
  • Where: Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, Kansas
  • Kickoff Time: 2:30 PM (Central time)
  • TV Channel: Fox Sports Midwest
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Sounds silly, right? Some people may have already counted the game in the win column but the Chippewas may not be a pushover. Two weeks ago, Central Michigan handled the Purdue Boilermakers, a Big 10 team though not a good one, by the score of 38-17.

Last week, the Chippewas got beat up by the Syracuse Orange like Kansas did against the Blue Devils. They are averaging only 20 points a game and only 290 yards per contest.

Hopefully for the Jayhawks, Central Michigan is closer to the team that lost the Syracuse and not the team that beat Purdue by three touchdowns. The Jayhawks need this win badly; there is no way to sugar coat it.

They need Central Michigan to not be very good.

Until he proves he can effectively complete a pass on a regular basis, people are going to question whether or not Montell Cozart is a starting Big 12 quarterback. Last season, he completed just 36.5% of his pass attempts.

In the first half against Southeast Missouri, Cozart connected on 8 of 11 passes. Since then, he is just 15 for 40 for 37.5%.  See the pattern? It doesn’t matter how pretty his throws look if he can’t hit a target. And he REALLY can’t throw accurately while on the run, which seems to be the case on every play.

Cozart needs to learn how to be accurate immediately or the Jayhawks’ season is going to be long indeed. Do you think Michael Cummings is the answer?

It doesn’t seem as if the offensive scheme is very good. This falls on Head Coach Charlie Weis and Offensive Coordinator John Reagan. The strength of this team seems to be running backs De’Andre Mann and Corey Avery. Throw in Cozart’s ability to run the ball, and Kansas should be running more option-type plays to the outside.

Take advantage of those play makers. This might also be a way to get Tony Pierson in the game more as well. Now, KU shouldn’t be running the option on every play, but they could be running it a lot more to take advantage of their obvious strength.

Despite the improvement of the wide receiver corps, Montell Cozart’s inability to get them the ball almost dictates a broader emphasis on the run. The offensive line seems to be able to block for the run better than the pass as well.

On most pass plays against Duke, it looked like a jailbreak along the line. There was no pocket to speak of, forcing Cozart to throw on the run , mostly out-of-bounds, much of the game.

Let’s see more runs, and throw in some more options. It just may be the strength of this offense.