The Kansas football team committed four turnovers in the first half Saturday and lost its 45th consecutive road game against Texas, 42-27, at Darrell K. Royal Stadium. By Bobby Nightengale
The third quarter of the Kansas football team’s 42-27 loss at Texas Saturday night got off to a somber start. On the offense’s first series after halftime, junior receiver Steven Sims Jr. converted a third-and-10 by making a wicked cut in the open field for a 26-yard gain. However, his teammate, receiver Tyler Patrick, suffered a severe left-leg injury on the same play. By Benton Smith
A revolving door of quarterbacks is the face of the longest road losing streak in the history of college football’s highest division. By Tom Keegan
The Texas football team made a point to exploit Kansas for its most glaring flaws Saturday night. When the Jayhawks failed to do the same, the Longhorns had little trouble avenging their storied program’s infamous 2016 loss to forlorn KU. By Benton Smith
The Kansas football team has lost eight straight games this season and 44 in a row on the road — tied for worst all-time for a major conference team — dating back to the 2009 season. They Jayhawks (1-8 overall, 0-6 Big 12) hope to end both streaks at Texas (4-5, 3-3).