Hard as they may have been to find, there were a couple of bright spots during Kansas University’s 59-7 football loss to rival Kansas State on Thursday night. Chief among them was the return of Angus Quigley, a sixth-year senior running back who opened the season as the team’s No. 1 back but had gained just 66 yards on 16 carries while playing sparingly in the Jayhawks’ first five games of 2010.
Kansas will need to stop KSU running back Daniel Thomas Thursday. Kevin Romary previews the game from Memorial Stadium.
KU football couldn't do much right in its 59-7 loss to Kansas State. The Jayhawks have now lost two in a row and have given up 114 points in those two contests.
Sometimes, Fred McGriff brought up the subject when eating with his son at Bigg’s Barbecue or Applebee’s in Lawrence.
Maybe they were just trying to appease Kansas University coach Turner Gill and his 10 p.m. curfew. Or, perhaps, the KU student section simply had seen enough.
Some of the top plays from the Kansas vs. Kansas State football game on Thursday.
Turner Gill addresses the media after the Jayhawks were humbled by the Wildcats, 59-7.
Kansas coach Turner Gill talks to reporters following the Jayhawks' 59-7 loss to Kansas State on Oct. 14, 2010.
Jayhawk and Wildcat fans gathered at local bars Thursday to watch their football teams compete. K-State fans went home happy.