I agree. I will attend the last two games this year, then I am done with season tickets. When I, and the people I attend the game with care more than the coaches, I am done.
This conference is a tale of the "haves" and the "have nots" right now. 5 good teams that are either undefeated or just 1 loss in the conference...and 5 not good teams that barely have wins except for 1 win against another bottom feeder. Unfortunately for KU we have started with the best teams losing to Oklahoma, Baylor and Texas Tech. Those were games that we realistically weren't going to win.
The good news is the rest of our schedule will have opportunities for wins if people are realistic. We will most likely lose to Oklahoma State and Texas because they are just better than us at this point...however if you have watched Iowa State (actually a worse record than us and got hammered 71-7 against Baylor) and W. Virginia (got shut out 37-0 against Maryland and barely beat William & Mary) they are chances for a win.
I think we just don't match up speed wise with teams like Baylor and Texas Tech but people really need to think about the fact that Baylor is beating everyone bad. They had scored over 70 four times out of six before that game... Granted they could have scored much more against us too...but it isn't just us.
The players fought hard all game we just don't have enough speed and our oline still needs a lot of work.
I will be able to tell a lot more about this team when we play W. Va, KSU, and ISU than I get from this game because honestly we don't have a team to play against Baylor at this point (which in itself is sad...but most teams are getting beatdown by Baylor as you can tell by the fact that they have outscored opponents by 336 points in 7 games (averaging winning by almost 50 a game).
Just my take on the reality of the situation...Ready to get on to the games that we can really compete in at this stage of our program.