Kansas University lost to Kansas State 31-10 in the final game of the season, Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Michael Reynolds was in on 3.5 tackles for losses, including one sack, and six overall tackles.
Ben Heeney, as good a performer as KU had this season, was in on a team-high 10 tackles, seven of the solo variety.
Jimmay Mundine had two huge drops, the first possibly turning a touchdown into a field goal, the second on a great throw from hot-handed Heaps when KU was driving. He double-bobbled it into the hands of a K-State defender and the Wildcats drove for a score that put them up 28-10.
Montell Cozart threw a bad interception and finished the season completing 35 percent of his passes, averaging 3.67 yards per pass play. He threw two interceptions and no touchdown passes in 60 passes.