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Baylor defeats Kansas, 31-30

  • 1 p.m., Nov. 12, 2011
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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Matt Tait's football notebook: Darrian Miller has career day

Although the effort was overshadowed by Saturday's 31-30 overtime loss to Baylor, Kansas University freshman running back Darrian Miller paced the KU rushing attack with a career day. Miller's 147 yards on 24 carries were the most by a KU freshman since 1993 and also represented a new career-high for the 5-foot-10, 191-pound back from Blue Springs, Mo.

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Game Balls and Gassers: Baylor

Candidates for Game Balls and Gassers ...

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KU players, coaches perplexed by costly facemask call at end of first half

A controversial call at the end of the first half resulted in a Baylor field goal and also left Kansas players and coaches baffled following BU’s 31-30 overtime victory over KU on Saturday.

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Baylor players, coach join in locker-room celebration following win over KU

Bears earn bowl eligibility for second straight year

Chants of “Bowl game! Bowl Game!” filled Baylor’s football locker room after the Bears’ 31-30 overtime victory over Kansas on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.

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Things just not working out for Turner Gill at KU

With one more successful play from his offense Saturday, Kansas University football coach Turner Gill could have ended a seven-game losing streak, made irrelevant blowing a 21-point fourth-quarter lead and drawn praise for having had the guts to fly in the face of conventional wisdom.

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KU coach Turner Gill

Kansas coach Turner Gill talks after his team's 31-30 overtime loss to Baylor on Nov. 12, 2011.

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FINAL: KU melts down, blows 21-point fourth-quarter lead in 31-30 overtime loss to Baylor

Baylor overcame a 21-point deficit in the fourth quarter, rallying to take down Kansas, 31-30, in overtime on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

KU's defense allowed 89-, 98- and 80-yard touchdown drives to Baylor in the fourth quarter, as the Bears tied it up with 4:07 left on a 67-yard touchdown reception by Tevin Reese.

In overtime, Reese scored first on a 14-yard TD reception.

KU's Tim Biere followed with a 25-yard TD catch, and KU coach Turner Gill decided to go for two and the win. Jordan Webb's fade pass to Biere fell incomplete, and Baylor's players rushed onto the field to celebrate the victory.

After throwing for just 79 yards in the first half, Griffin finished with 312 yards passing while adding 103 yards rushing.

Darrian Miller led KU with 24 rushes for 147 yards.

KU (2-8) will travel to face Texas A&M on Nov. 19.

KU coach Turner Gill postgame audio

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