Depending on how things go the next couple of weeks, Kansas should have their starting for the season opener. O they won’t. One of the two.
First, what’s known: head coach Charlie Weis confirmed Jimmay Mundine recently underwent a “minor [medical] procedure” and “had his knee cleaned up.” The ETA for Mundine’s return is two weeks, which should have the senior back a week and a half before the start of the regular season.
Any type of setback during the brief rehab, however, could leave his availability for the Sept. 6 game (KU’s off the first weekend of the season) against Southeast Missouri State.
Mundine led the Jayhawks last season with five touchdown catches — he was the only player that had more than and accounted for more than half of the team total (nine) — and was second with 20 receptions for 229 yards.