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Memphis defeats Kansas, 43-7

  • 11 a.m., Sept. 17, 2016
  • Memphis, Tenn.,

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Memphis

RB Khalil Herbert, a true freshman, turned a catch into a 35-yard gain and on his second carry he sprinted down the left sideline to a 66-yard touchdown.

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Notebook: Bragg laments mistakes at center; Dineen injured

For the first time in his career at Kansas, sophomore Jacob Bragg started at center Saturday at Memphis. Afterward, the young offensive lineman, pushed into a new role due to injuries to starter Joe Gibson and would-be backup Mesa Ribordy, regretted his role in what became a mistake-heavy showing, and a 43-7 road loss at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Less is more for Beaty, Jayhawks

Seemingly in disbelief that the team he coaches vomited the football over and over for the second week in a row and made it so easy on the opponent, Kansas second-year head coach David Beaty belly-flopped onto the sword to open Saturday’s post-game press conference. By Tom Keegan

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Box score: Memphis 43, Kansas 7

Box score: Memphis 43, Kansas 7

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Postgame: David Beaty on 43-7 loss at Memphis

Kansas football coach David Beaty answers questions following his team's 43-7 loss at Memphis, which moved the Jayhawks to 1-2.

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Game blog: Kansas football at Memphis

The Kansas football team seeks to end a seven-year long road losing streak at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, home of the Memphis Tigers. The Jayhawks (1-1) have dropped 38 consecutive games away from Lawrence.

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