"The team has had 36 head coaches and one interim head coach since it started playing organized football in 1890 with the nickname Jayhawks, although they played their first season without a head coach" one sentence with the phrase "head coach" three times. A little too much.
Separated out last part into its own sentence.—NMajdan•talk
"Mangino is the only coach to have received any coach of the year accolades, winning numerous following the 2007 season. " this, for some reason, reads quite clumsily for me. Maybe a rephrase, "Mangino won several coach of the year accolades after the 2007 season, the only Jayhawks coach to do so" or similar.
While I disagree with it sounding awkward, I changed to your suggestion.—NMajdan•talk
No idea. ESPN published the AP article on its website. I honestly don't know when to use work on an Internet source.—NMajdan•talk
Well then I'd suggest that ESPN is the work in which the AP article was published.... (but yes, it's sometimes a challenge to get these things worked out...) The Rambling Man (talk) 19:40, 26 April 2010 (UTC)