One of the most shocking stories in college football has been the success of the Kansas Jayhawks this season.
After winning just five games combined in the past three seasons, the Kansas Jayhawks have begun their season with a 5-0 start, and it appears that the program is now taking its football program very seriously.
Following the unexpected start, Kansas has revealed that some major renovations are coming to their football stadium in 2023.
Kansas’s social media team posted an awesome video for the announcement narrated by legendary broadcaster and former Jayhawks alumni Kevin Harlan, leaving fans with a message that “The transformation begins in 2023”.
Transformation coming in 2023…
— Kansas Jayhawks (@KUAthletics) October 7, 2022
The program also revealed a press release detailing what changes will be coming to David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.
These changes include expanded concessions, restrooms and accessible seating locations, improved concourse circulation, and new premium amenities such as club seats, loge seats and ledge suites.
Changes were well overdue considering David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium has served as the Jayhawks’ home stadium since 1921.
It appears that this hot start to the season has reinvigorated life into a once bleak-looking football program, and now Kansas wants to compete in every aspect with the top programs in the country.
“This project is unmatched in its vision to benefit a broad range of KU constituents while signaling a new era for Kansas Football,” said Kansas athletic director Travis Goff via KUAthletics.com. “Once complete, this project will ensure our football program has the facilities it needs to compete at the highest level and provide the best possible game day experience for student-athletes and fans.”
These incoming changes will only instill more confidence in this year’s Kansas team who is looking for its first winning season since 2008.