Believe it or not, Kansas football has never played these FBS teams

Oct 29, 2005; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks coach Mark Mangino signals to his players in the final minutes of the game against the Missouri Tigers at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, KS. Kansas won the game 13-3. Mandatory Credit: Photo by John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports Copyright (c) 2005 John Rieger
Oct 29, 2005; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks coach Mark Mangino signals to his players in the final minutes of the game against the Missouri Tigers at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, KS. Kansas won the game 13-3. Mandatory Credit: Photo by John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports Copyright (c) 2005 John Rieger /
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Kansas football vs Southeastern

Georgia Bulldogs: Georgia Tech is the only Georgia school Kansas football has played before. I’m certainly not losing sleep over missing a 60-point loss to the Dawgs.

South Carolina Gamecocks: South Carolina spent time in the ACC and as an independent, so it surprised me to see they’ve never taken on KU. Maybe they’ll play one day as the Jayhawks continue to climb up the ranks.

Florida Gators: Kansas has played most Florida-based schools. Why they haven’t played UF, I’m not quite sure. But they have been in the SEC since 1933, and as we can tell, KU has strayed away from many SEC matchups.

Alabama Crimson Tide: I feel like every school should have to play Bama as a way to get sworn into college football.

LSU Tigers: With the entire Les Miles fiasco… yeah, this one’s never, EVER happening.

Ole Miss Rebels: Similar to other schools on the list, Ole Miss was part of the original SEC formed in 1933.