David Beaty’s future at Kansas in limbo after Iowa State loss

The future of Kansas football coach David Beaty is currently in limbo after the Jayhawks’ 27-3 loss to Iowa State on Saturday.

Kansas City radio host Soren Petro on Saturday initially reported that Kansas planned to move on from Beaty, news that was corroborated by Kansas City TV station WDAF-TV,

MORE: Week 10 college football highlights

This should not come as a surprise… but I’m hearing David Beaty is out as Head Coach at Kansas. Look for an announcement in the next 24 hours.

Two sources close to Kansas football program tell FOX 4 that David Beaty is out as KU Head Coach. Official word expected within next 24 hours. #fox4kc

Beaty repeatedly said the team’s 27-3 loss was fault in his postgame news conference.

After today’s 27-3 loss to Iowa State, David Beaty said multiple times it was his fault. #kufball pic.twitter.com/Mhpb1OdCYn

The Jayhawks are 3-6 under Beaty this season, their most wins in a season since 2014. Beaty, who is in his fourth season in Lawrence, is 6-39 in 45 games as coach. The Jayhawk Slant on Sunday reported that Beaty had not been told Kansas was moving on.

Any reports that David Beaty has been told he is no longer the coach are absolutely false as of 9:05 a.m. this morning https://t.co/faKSNrZ5hR #kufball

Source: Read Full Article