Kansas will hit the road for the first time in 2012 when it plays at Northern Illinois Saturday.
Jayhawks look to improve 2-0 under first-year head coach Charlie Weis.
Kansas will open the Charlie Weis era by hosting South Dakota State at Memorial Stadium Saturday, Sept. 1 at 6 p.m.
Jayhawks will play four 15-minute quarters with a running clock.
Kyle Brey is entering his second season on the Jayhawk staff as the quality control coach for offense. Brey arrived at KU after spending the first two months of his coaching career as the offensive intern at Western Michigan.
Brey earned four letters at Buffalo, playing both tight end and fullback. While suiting up for the Bulls, Brey played in 38 games, recording eight catches for 43 yards. He received his bachelor's degree in sociology from Buffalo in December, 2010.
A native of Granger, Ind., Brey earned all-state honors in football at Penn High School, while also lettering in basketball and track. He comes from a strong coaching pedigree as his father, Mike, is the head men's basketball coach at Notre Dame, while his grandfather was a high school athletics director and his grandmother was the swimming coach at George Washington University.
Brey and his wife, Shea, reside in Lawrence.