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Baylor defeats Kansas, 66-7

  • 11 a.m., Oct. 10, 2015
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Baylor

Ryan Willis: Maintained poise despite heavy pressure and put several long throws on the money. With two beautiful, perfectly placed long spirals, Willis turned a third-and-17 from the KU 42 into a game-tying touchdown on his first series as a starting quarterback.

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Mammoth Baylor TE LaQuan McGowan grabs first TD of season

Football’s biggest eligible receiver — LaQuan McGowan, Baylor’s 6-foot-7, 410-pound tight end used primarily as a blocker — got his first catch of the season versus Kansas, and scored a touchdown with some open-field elusiveness. By Tom Keegan

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Column: QB Ryan Willis gives KU hope for down the road

When asked for their impressions of KU’s true freshman quarterback Ryan Willis, Baylor coach Art Briles and nickelback Travon Blanchard didn’t have to watch their words. All they had to do was speak the truth. By Tom Keegan

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Postgame: David Beaty on Baylor blowout, Ryan Willis, punting

Following a 66-7 loss to Baylor, first-year Kansas football coach David Beaty meets the media to discuss the rout, the play of KU's true freshman quarterback Ryan Willis, an early decision to punt and much more.

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Young guns: Freshman WRs make plays for Kansas

The Kansas University football team seems to get younger by the week, and Saturday’s 66-7 loss to No. 3 Baylor continued that trend. Three true freshmen accounted for 38 percent of KU's completions to wide receivers (6 of 16) and more than half of KU's receiving yardage (56 percent) during the loss. By Matt Tait

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Taylor Cox plays for first time in more than two years

Sidelined because of a couple of different injuries for the better part of the past three seasons, Kansas University senior running back Taylor Cox started and led KU's rushing attack with 45 yards on 19 carries Saturday, in the Jayhawks’ 66-7 home loss to Baylor.

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David Beaty explains punting on fourth-and-short

For the second week in a row, a fourth-down decision early in the game was a part of Kansas University football coach David Beaty's postgame press conference, following Saturday's 66-7 loss to Baylor at Memorial Stadium. By Matt Tait

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Game blog from Memorial Stadium: KU football vs.

Undefeated No. 3 Baylor (4-0) brings its high-octane offense to Memorial Stadium to face downtrodden Kansas (0-4).

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