After a bizarre scenario in which the former Kansas safeties coach left the Jayhawks to go into the oil business, David Beaty has promoted a new face to position coach.
Your new Kansas safeties coach is Cassius Sendish, according to a tweet from the school.
Beaty elevates Cassius Sendish to safeties coach…Congrats @CoachCashKU!!!
— Kansas Football (@KU_Football) March 22, 2018
Sendish was a grad assistant with the Jayhawks before his promotion, and spent 2017 learning from defensive coordinator Clint Bowen.
Beaty was aware of the possibility of Todd Bradford leaving for the oil business, and began the interview process as Bradford was making his decision. Sendish was the name that stood out, and Beaty moved quickly to nail down his man.
Sendish is a Kansas grad, and started 24 games for the Jayhawks. He was a team captain in 2014, and earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention honors in 2014 as well.
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