"Kansas had struggled to find a quality home game, so the Jayhawks went to an old friend, former player and league rival. Colorado and Tad Boyle, who played at Kansas and coaches Colorado, are finalizing a deal with the Jayhawks to do a two-year home-and-home series, starting in Lawrence. The Buffaloes reached the NCAA tournament third round last season, losing to Baylor in Albuquerque. Kansas had no ill will toward the Buffaloes when they left the Big 12 for the Pac-12, unlike rival Missouri. Re-starting this series is good for both leagues and programs."
I don't give thanks to many things ku does, but whether it is based on being babies or because Texas dictates they can't, I'm just glad their inability to find a quality home game didn't ultimately lead them to opening back up discussions with MU. This is probably a less surprising than the mention of their attempt to pick up a game with Nebraska, given their position that rivalries are meaningless out of conference and leaving the Big 12 is an active choice to leave behind ku.