In Awesome Recruiting Tactic, Kansas Football Commit Gets Photoshopped Onto Video Game Cover

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Last week, I wrote about how the Kansas Jayhawks football team is so fucking miserable that students at the school couldn’t even name a single player on the team—which is embarrassing for both the team and the students.

Of course, Rock Chalk then proved how awful they are by going out and shitting the bed against South Dakota State, losing in hilarious fashion when KU quarterback Montell Cozart fumbled the ball while trying to spike it to stop the clock.

As bad as the team is, though, they still have kids who want to actually play for them—and it could be because of creative recruiting tactics.

Kansas commit Hunter Harris tweeted out a pic (since deleted) of one way in which KU is hoping to attract players, as the team photoshopped Hayes onto the cover of NCAA Football 15 to make him feel as if he’s a superstar.

Harris might only be a 3-star recruit—which mean’s he’s high-priority for the Jayhawks’ shitty program—so the team was going to pull out all the stops to make sure he sticks by his verbal commitment.

The piece of mail is cool and all, but if KU keeps losing to crappy teams like South Dakota State, no recruit will want to suit up for them—no matter what the Jayhawks try to surprise them with.

[H/T Tech Times]


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