How did KU football go from really good to really bad, really fast? The time after Mark Mangino’s departure has been marked by crucial missteps, ego clashes and a power vacuum that has driven the on-field product into the worst four-year stretch in the program’s history.
Dean Wade gained substantial notoriety on the recruiting front this summer. The 6-foot-9, 210-pound forward from Saint John picked up more than a dozen scholarship offers and broke into the latest Rivals 150 rankings at No. 107, completing the journey from unheralded recruit to coveted prospect.