Robert Griffin III had a career day, completing 26 of 36 passes for 380 yards and three touchdowns in Baylor's 55-7 thrashing of Kansas on Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco, Texas.
Griffin's previous career high for passing yards in a game was 298. He had 288 passing yards in the first half alone.
The quarterback's 444 total yards also were a Baylor record.
Meanwhile, KU's errors were plentiful. The Jayhawks turned it over four times, which included two fumbles and two interceptions — one of which was returned for a touchdown.
Baylor also completed its longest passing play in school history, a receiver screen pass from Griffin to Josh Gordon in the second quarter that went 94 yards for a touchdown.
KU quarterback Jordan Webb had his worst collegiate start, completing 16 of 28 passes for 171 yards with one touchdown, two interceptions and a fumble.
Daymond Patterson had KU's only touchdown, a 19-yard TD reception in the second quarter.
Baylor's 678 total yards were a new school record.
KU (2-3) will take next week off before playing host to Kansas State on Thursday, Oct. 14.
KU's final drive begins with a false start. Fitting enough.
Deshaun Sands runs for a two-yard loss, and time runs out.
Baylor wins in a rout.
Jacob Branstetter's 42-yard field-goal attempt sails wide right. The senior is just 2-for-5 on field-goal tries this year.
Glasco Martin plunges in for the score, and an ugly game turns uglier for KU.
Baylor has given up on passing. The Bears still have driven to the KU 14.