Shall the child lead them again? Reesing is a scrambly little motorboater, to be sure, but evidently he's been doing more at practice.
"From spring to two-a-days, Reesing has probably advanced his overall play a little bit more so than Meier has," said Mangino, for once providing insight into the lengthy competition.
Mangino didn't come out and say that Reesing is the front-runner, and KU's sixth-year coach said there was no deadline to pick one. But it was obvious that Reesing has impressed between the spring and preseason workouts, which continue with the first two-a-day today.