Les Miles is trying to bring a new culture to the Kansas Jayhawks but it does not seem the players are buying into it. This past week the Jayhawks were struggling with FCS opponent Indiana State. They barely squeezed by to get a win, and now two of their players were arrested on separate incidents in Lawrence, Kansas.
Shaq Richmond, a senior safety was arrested for failure to appear in court and was released with a 198 dollar bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on September 11. The senior safety has played in 15 games but did not play a snap in the Indiana State game this past weekend.
Tom Barrett on the other hand is a walk on sophomore who was arrested this weekend on suspicion of contributing to a child’s misconduct and displaying or possessing a fictitious ID. Barrett has not played in one game for Kansas in the past three years, and was released on a $1,500 bond.