The Kansas Jayhawks (3-0) meet a fellow Big 12 foe when they host the BYU Cougars (3-0) on Saturday, September 23, 2023 at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.
The game is on ESPN, if you’re looking for how to watch.
When is Kansas vs. BYU and when does it start?
This game between the Jayhawks and Cougars is scheduled on Saturday, September 23, 2023. Be ready to see the kickoff at 3:30 PM ET.
Where to watch Kansas vs. BYU
The Jayhawks and Cougars will take to the gridiron at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium for this matchup on September 23, and if you want to see the game live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ESPN.
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Kansas vs. BYU Game Preview
Kansas Stats & Insights
The Jayhawks played the Nevada Wolf Pack in their most recent game, winning 31-24.
Kansas has been clicking on all fronts this season, ranking 17th-best in total offense (500.3 yards per game) and 19th-best in total defense (272.0 yards allowed per game).
On the defensive side of the ball, the Jayhawks have been a top-25 unit in terms of passing yards, ranking ninth-best by giving up just 152.7 passing yards per game. They rank 32nd on offense (283.7 passing yards per game).
Kansas owns the 58th-ranked defense this year in terms of rushing yards (119.3 rushing yards allowed per game), and has been better on the other side of the ball, ranking 16th-best with 216.7 rushing yards per game.
On offense, the Jayhawks rank 34th in the FBS with 37.7 points per game. Meanwhile, they rank 57th in points allowed (272.0 points allowed per contest).
BYU Stats & Insights
The Jayhawks enter this matchup following a 31-24 win over the Nevada Wolf Pack in their last game.
BYU’s offense has been bottom-25 in total offense this season, registering 310.7 total yards per game, which ranks 17th-worst in the FBS. On the defensive side of the ball, it ranks 49th with 318.3 total yards surrendered per contest.
The Cougars are posting 232.3 passing yards per game on offense this season (71st-ranked). Meanwhile, they are surrendering 218.7 passing yards per game (78th-ranked) on defense.
BYU’s rushing offense has been a bottom-25 unit this season, registering 78.3 rushing yards per game, which ranks seventh-worst in the FBS. On defense, it ranks 38th with 99.7 rushing yards conceded per contest.
The Cougars rank 61st in the FBS with 31.0 points per game on offense, and they rank 31st with 15.7 points ceded per game on defense.
Kansas Key Players to Watch
Jalon Daniels has 575 passing yards (287.5 ypg) to lead Kansas, completing 75% of his passes and throwing two touchdown passes and one interception this season.
Devin Neal has carried the ball 40 times for a team-high 303 yards (101.0 per game), with five touchdowns this year. He’s also tacked on eight catches for 131 yards (43.7 per game) and one touchdown.
This season Daniel Hishaw Jr. has rushed for 175 yards (58.3 per game) on 25 carries with three touchdowns.
Lawrence Arnold’s 212 receiving yards (70.7 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s collected 14 receptions.
Luke Grimm has put up a 157-yard season so far (52.3 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, reeling in 11 passes.
Quentin Skinner’s 10 receptions are good enough for 151 yards (50.3 ypg).
BYU Key Players to Watch
Kedon Slovis has 660 passing yards (220.0 ypg) to lead BYU, completing 61.1% of his passes and throwing six touchdown passes and one interception this season.
LJ Martin’s team-high 195 rushing yards (65.0 per game) have come on 45 carries, with two touchdowns this year.
This season Aidan Robbins has rushed for 29 yards (14.5 per game) on 10 carries.
Isaac Rex’s team-leading 184 receiving yards (61.3 yards per game) have come on 10 receptions with one touchdown.
Chase Roberts has grabbed 13 passes for 138 yards (46.0 yards per game) and two touchdowns this year.
Darius Lassiter’s nine catches this season have resulted in 116 yards (58.0 ypg) and one touchdown.