Even on a day when the Kansas defense delivered its best performance of the year, creating four takeaways Saturday at Texas Tech, the Jayhawks’ offense couldn’t help secure the team’s first victory of 2020.
The Kansas football team traveled to Texas Tech for its road finale without defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot, a result of the assistant coach testing positive for COVID-19, head coach Les Miles revealed on Saturday.
Late in a season that had been defined by blowout losses, the Kansas football team’s defense delivered an inspired effort Saturday at Texas Tech, albeit in another defeat. The 16-13 setback in Lubbock, Texas, was a far cry from recent weeks, when Iowa State put up six touchdowns, Oklahoma piled up eight TDs and TCU’s offense crossed the goal line five times.