Waco, Texas — Backup quarterback Miles Kendrick left the game with an unspecified injury midway through the third quarter and did not return.
Waco, Texas — The Baylor football team’s defense figured out how to take Pooka Williams out of the game for all but one big run and poof, just like magic, the Kansas offense vanished.
The harsh reality of Big 12 football hit visiting Kansas hard Saturday afternoon inside Baylor’s McLane Stadium. After winning their final two nonconference games by an average margin of more than 30 points, the Jayhawks couldn’t score on the Bears until six-plus minutes into the third quarter and stumbled to a 26-7 loss. By Benton Smith
Coming off back-to-back victories to close non conference play, the Kansas football team (2-1) begins its Big 12 schedule on the road, at Baylor (2-1). The Jayhawks haven't won a conference road game since 2008, but enter Waco, Texas, confident, thanks to their nation-best +12 turnover margin and a suddenly strong rushing attack centered around freshman sensation Pooka Williams.