The University of Kansas football team ended another streak.
For the third time this season, the name of a former KU football great joined the Ring of Honor inside David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. A tight end for the Jayhawks from 1967-70, Larry Brown watched his name go up on the north end of the old venue during a ceremony Saturday, in between the first and second quarters of the Jayhawks’ 27-26 victory over TCU.
If he had it to do over again, Kansas senior quarterback Peyton Bender would have thrown his intentional-safety pass with his back to the field higher so that time would have elapsed, instead of leaving one long second on the game clock.
With a rare Kansas football victory at stake, senior quarterback Peyton Bender had to run. Backward. And then throw the ball out of the back of the end zone. And if all of that went perfectly, the Jayhawks would beat TCU Saturday at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.