These Big 12 fans aren’t very happy, according to ESPN.
ESPN has come up with a “Fan Happiness Index” (FHI) heading into the 2017 season.
Using six metrics (Program power, rivalry dominance, coaching stability, recruiting trend, revenue growth and Twitter buzz), ESPN has ranked every Division I program from 1-128.
According to ESPN, Kansas fans are the "most miserable" in the Big 12. In fact, the Kansas fanbase is one of the most unhappy in the entire landscape of Division I college football. The Jayhawks come in at 122 out of 128.
The FHI categorizes Kansas fans as “distraught” and adds that "... the Jayhawks will always have that win over Texas. But there's still a long way to go for coach David Beaty's rebuild."
The Jayhawks haven't recorded a winning season since 2008, which is the last time they won a bowl game. They also went winless for the 2015 season, and followed it up with a 2-10 record last year. "Distraught" is probably be a very appropriate descriptor for this fanbase.