- The Washington Times - Sunday, September 8, 2019

Coastal Carolina has only played football at the FBS level since 2017, so the Chanticleers’ upset of Kansas on Saturday was cause for celebration.

Coastal Carolina players set up a Kansas Jayhawk piñata in the locker room and broke it open after their 12-7 win.

Kansas is a Big 12 school, but these days its football program is one of the worst in the Power Five conferences every year. The Jayhawks are 7-43 since the start of 2015 — a year they finished 0-12.



With that in mind, perhaps the celebration is a bit over-the-top, but as Coastal Carolina graduate assistant Zane Cruz pointed out in his tweet, it still counts as a victory over a Power Five school for their young program.

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