Kansas footbal head coach Charlie Weis met with the media Monday to discuss the upcoming spring season.
The Jayhawks are looking to snap a two-game losing streak to the Cowboys.
Jayhawks and Horned Frogs will kick off at 11 a.m., with the game televised on FX.
Jayhawks open second week going full throttle
Jayhawks will play four 15-minute quarters with a running clock.
Defensive line coach Buddy Wyatt is entering his fourth season at Kansas and 23rd overall at the collegiate level.
Wyatt has made several coaching stops in the Big 12 Conference, as he came to Kansas after spending the 2008-09 seasons at Texas A&M. He coached at Oklahoma State (1996) and also at Texas A&M (2000-02, 08-09). In addition he has coached at TCU (1991), Minnesota (1992-95), Northwestern (1997-98), Colorado (1999), Alabama (2003-06) and Nebraska (2007).
In his tenure he has worked with a number of successful coaches and future NFL players. Among the head coaches he worked for are Jim Wacker, Bob Simmons, Gary Barnett, R.C. Slocum, Bill Callahan and Mike Sherman, in addition to his current mentor, Charlie Weis.
His list of NFL players coached includes Jamal Williams, Adam Carriker, Justin Bannon, Tyler Brayton, Johnny Jolly, Rocky Bernard, Ty Warren, Ronald Edwards and Ronald Flemons.
Wyatt was a coach at Texas A&M for two stints, helping the 2000-02 Aggie teams become one of the nation's top defensive units. In 2001, A&M ranked 10th in the nation in total defense.
He started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater of TCU in 1991. He landed his first full-time job at Minnesota, where he spent the next four seasons.
Wyatt coached at Oklahoma State in 1996 before returning to the Big 10 Conference for two seasons at Northwestern. Wyatt spent the 1999 season at Colorado before heading to Texas A&M.
From 2003-06 Wyatt coached at Alabama, where the Crimson Tide went to three bowl games and produced one of the nation's top defensive teams. In 2004 the Crimson Tide led the nation in pass defense, and ranked second in total defense and seventh in scoring defense. In 2005 Alabama was in the top nine nationally of all five major defensive categories, while leading in scoring defense.
While at Alabama Wyatt was responsible for recruiting the Mississippi High School Player of the Year to Alabama two straight seasons. He has heavily recruited in Florida and in the state of Texas.
After one season at Nebraska, Wyatt returned to Texas A&M for the 2008 and 2009 seasons.
Wyatt was a defensive lineman at TCU from 1986-89 and earned a degree in education from TCU in 1990.
Wyatt was born in Victoria, Texas. He and his wife Andrea have two children, Frederick and Ariel.