Kansas football: Top five wins of the decade for the Jayhawks

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Kansas football has been terrible from 2010-2019, but there have still been some incredible moments for the Jayhawks, and these are the best of the best.

Since 2010, Kansas football’s had four different head coaches: Turner Gill, Charlie Weis, David Beaty, and now Les Miles. Not a single one of those coaches was able to muster more than three wins in a single season.

Between 2010 and 2019, the Jayhawks averaged an incredibly awful 2.1 wins per season, which further proves just how down the program is and has been. Still, there have been some special moments and games during this terrible stretch, and they deserve to be talked about.

Leading Kansas to a 3-9 season in his first season as head coach is impressive for Les Miles, and it’s exciting to see how far he can take the Jayhawks. Kansas football is on the right track, and it’s a matter of time until the Jayhawks are competing again in the Big 12.

The Jayhawks are returning a lot of talent for next season, with the exception of quarterback Carter Stanley. However, there are rumors circulating the Florida transfer Feleipe Franks could be joining the team. Even if Franks doesn’t end up with Kansas, offensive coordinator and QB coach Brent Dearmon will have an entire offseason to develop a new starter to replace Stanley.

Of course, this list of wins will be somewhat subjective, so what would your top five wins of the decade be? Comment below!

Without further ado, here are Through the Phog’s top five wins of the decade: