David Jaynes
David Jaynes
David Duane Jaynes is a former American football quarterback raised in Bonner Springs, Kansas. He was All-American for the University of Kansas in 1973. During the early 1970s, Jaynes broke virtually every passing record in KU history. When he left KU, the he was No. 1 in passing, with 5,132 yards (later broken by Frank Seurer). Jaynes still holds the record for most career passing touchdowns, with 35.
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Dropping back one more time: Jaynes enters Kansas Sports Hall of Fame
Basehor Sentinel - over 4 years
On Sunday in Wichita, David Jaynes will be inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. So, a few months back, he picked up the phone to talk to a reporter about the honor. This meant he had to talk about football again, about the 21-year-old college kid he used to be rather than, say, pilot his airplane or tend land on his Telluride, Colo. property — both he’d much rather be doing than talking about football again. But before long David Jaynes is choked up, reliving one of the earliest, most pivotal memories he associates with the game.
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Week 5 Class 5A notes - ESPN (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Defensively, the Cardinals are led by linebacker Chase Pigrenet and ends Caleb Vinson and David Jaynes. That defense will have its hands full dealing with Colleyville Heritage quarterback Cody Thomas. “He's a good athlete,'' Basil said of Thomas
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Activity buses cause for concern for district parent - Bonner Springs Chieftain
Google News - over 5 years
Initially the bricks would be used to pave the area of the David Jaynes Stadium where the signage is located, but later plans would be to use the bricks to pave sidewalks near the field. The bricks can be personalized with text and art
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Turner jumps on BSHS early, hands Braves 31-14 loss - Bonner Springs Chieftain
Google News - over 5 years
The Braves lost to the Turner Bears, 31-14, Friday night at David Jaynes Stadium. Signs of concern began on the opening drive when Turner cut through the Bonner Springs defense on a four-play drive that amounted to only 1:12 ticking off the clock
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Jaynes, former Jayhawks pay tribute to former football coach Fambrough - Bonner Springs Chieftain
Google News - over 5 years
Former All-American quarterback and Bonner Springs native David Jaynes, former Kansan sportswriter and Baby Jay for a year Tracee Hamilton, and former All-Conference lineman David Lawrence were selected by Fambrough's sons Bob and Preston and charged
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Lopez lifts MVHS soccer past Bonner Springs - Shawnee Dispatch
Google News - over 5 years
Jack Lopez scored a goal with 12 minutes left in regulation and lifted the Mill Valley boys soccer team to a 1-0 victory against Bonner Springs Tuesday night at David Jaynes Stadium. It marked the second straight one-goal victory by the Jaguars to open
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Frank Seurer celebrates football all day and night - KUsports
Google News - over 5 years
The elder Seurer, who played quarterback for Fambrough in the 1980 and 1982 seasons and for Mike Gottfried in 1983, gave perfect grades to the speeches given by former Fambrough players David Jaynes and David Lawrence. “He would have been proud of them
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Wristen: BSHS football impressive in Aslin's debut - Basehor Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
It's fair to say nobody knew exactly what to expect Friday night at David Jaynes Stadium. The Lucas Aslin era kicked off Friday at Bonner Springs High School, and the Braves gave their new football coach a 21-17 victory against Topeka
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Former KU coach Don Fambrough dies at 88 - Kansas City Star
Google News - over 5 years
Fambrough's two best teams were in 1973, when David Jaynes led the Jayhawks to the Liberty Bowl, and 1981, when KU finished 8-4 and lost the Hall of Fame bowl. "It's a very sad day for a KU fan that Don Fambrough passed away," said Bob Koehn, 55,
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NOTRE DAME ROUTS MISSISSIPPI BY 37-14
NYTimes - over 31 years
Steve Lawrence made an interception to set up one touchdown and returned a popped fumble 79 yards to set up another today as Notre Dame routed Mississippi, 37-14. The victory was the fourth consecutive for the Irish (5-3). Ohio State 35 Northwestern 17 EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) - Jim Karsatos completed 16 of 20 passes for 275 yards, including three
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Timeline
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    FORTIES
  • 2001
    Age 48
    In 2001, he married Cary Grant's widow, Barbara Harris.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1974
    Age 21
    Jaynes was drafted in the third round (66th overall) of the 1974 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs with whom he played two games that season.
    More Details Hide Details He was also the first player selected in the inaugural World Football League by the Houston Texans, but never signed with them.
  • 1973
    Age 20
    In 1973 Kansas finished 7–4–1 and went to the Liberty Bowl.
    More Details Hide Details Jaynes finished fourth in the voting that year for the Heisman Trophy. Jaynes is, to date, the only Heisman Trophy finalist in Kansas football history. He's one of 3 players to receive votes, along with John Hadl and Bobby Douglass
    His most memorable game was in 1973 against Tennessee, when he completed 35 of 58 attempted passes for 394 yards.
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    He was an All-American in 1973 for the University of Kansas.
    More Details Hide Details During the early 1970s, Jaynes broke virtually every passing record in Kansas history. When he left Kansas, he was first in passing, with 5,132 yards (later broken by Frank Seurer). Jaynes held the record for most career passing touchdowns, with 35, but was subsequently passed by Todd Reesing who had 90 career touchdowns.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1952
    Born
    Born on December 12, 1952.
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