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Kansas defeats Rutgers, 55-14

  • 11 a.m., Sept. 15, 2018
  • David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
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Jayhawks pummel Rutgers, 55-14

For the first time since 2011, members of the Kansas football team can say they’ve won back-to-back games. The Jayhawks followed their road losing streak-killing victory at Central Michigan by closing nonconference play with a 55-14 home drubbing of Rutgers on Saturday. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Pooka Williams a fast learner and runner

If you feel like you learn something new every day about Anthony Williams Jr., better known as Pooka, don’t consider yourself out of the loop. Even fourth-year Kansas football coach David Beaty forever picks up fresh material about the sensational running back.

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Pilfer party: KU's 6 takeaways power blowout win over Rutgers

KU’s takeaway-happy defense left the field with possession of the ball three times in the first quarter alone. Then, during the timeout leading up to the second quarter, former KU star quarterback Todd Reesing capped his Ring of Honor ceremony by leaping and delivering one of his signature fiery fist pumps. The stage, Mike Lee felt, was set for his big moment. And he pounced with an interception that he doggedly returned 31 yards for a touchdown, further inciting the Jayhawks to drub visiting Rutgers, 55-14. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: KU limits QB Peyton Bender to 1st-half reps

Beaty won't say who will start at QB next week

The third start of his senior season began in similar fashion to the previous two weeks for Kansas quarterback Peyton Bender, with him watching from the sideline on occasion while backup Miles Kendrick took over for the offense. However, unlike the past two games, Bender didn’t play at all after halftime Saturday in KU’s 55-14 drubbing of Rutgers. By Benton Smith

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Game blog: Kansas football vs. Rutgers

On the day legendary quarterback Todd Reesing joins the Kansas football Ring of Honor at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, the Jayhawks (1-1) will try to wrap up nonconference play versus Rutgers (1-1) with the program’s first 2-1 start since 2014 and first back-to-back victories since 2011. Just a week ago, KU won its first road game since 2009.

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