If the 2003 football season proved anything to head coach Mark Mangino, it was that his team's…
"Me and my teammates have been working really hard trying to get better," said Simmons. "We've been trying to get faster and trying to gain weight. I've put on 10 pounds since last season and I know other guys are making strides too. I can't wait for the season to get here. It's going to be a great year." Simmons' excitement is contagious and it's not just his fellow receivers who are joining in. "We've been asking the defensive backs to stay a little later after workouts for additional work. I've been trying to be more consistent with routing, running, catching with my hands and getting open. We're all helping each other get better." The teamwork that Simmons speaks of can be found in every unit of the Kansas football team. The Desoto, Texas native says when it comes to the wide receivers corps, it carries over from the playing field into the rest of college life. "We're a very close unit, on and off the field. We look after each other. If someone is falling behind...
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