After the win over Boston College, Miles shared a message for anyone football player that might consider Kansas.“These things are going to happen more regularly with this program and a great place like Kansas,” Miles said. “If anybody wonders why a guy would come back to college football, tonight shows how much fun this game can be. Rock Chalk, Jayhawk. Go KU!”It’s very apparent that Miles has changed the culture in Lawrence in just his first few weeks on the job.Les Miles: “These things are going to happen more regularly with this program & a great place like Kansas. If anybody wonders why a guy would come back to college football, tonight shows how much fun this game can be. Rock Chalk, Jayhawk. Go KU!” #kufball— Brian Hanni (@BHanni) September 14, 2019Starting the season with a 2-1 record hasn’t been a common theme for the Jayhawks. Last year, the program only won three games in the entire season.Next up for Kansas is a conference clash with West Virginia. Expect the crowd at KU Memorial Stadium to be loud for what could be another monumental win for the program. LAWRENCE, KANSAS – AUGUST 31: Head coach Les Miles of the Kansas Jayhawks coaches from the sidelines during the game against the Indiana State Sycamores at Memorial Stadium on August 31, 2019 in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)Following an embarrassing loss to Coastal Carolina in Week 2, Les Miles led Kansas football to its first road win against a Power Five program since 2008.On Friday night, the Kansas Jayhawks dominated the Boston College Eagles with ease.Kansas had itself a night to remember on the ground with 329 rushing yards. Quarterback Carter Stanley also did a good job of taking care of the football in a hostile environment.It might not seem like the most impressive win in college football, but make no mistake, it could change how people view Kansas football.