Ke’aun Kinner rushed for 145 yards on 14 carries.
Fish Smithson was in on 16 tackles, 14 solos, and had a strip-sack/fumble recovery on a huge play that preceded the game’s first touchdown.
Jayson Rhodes was flagged for a personal foul, leaving Kansas with a third-and-18 down in the second quarter.
Instead of waiting for a kickoff to dribble out of bounds and then grabbing the ball, LaQuvionte Gonzalez picked it up at the 9 and returned it to the 13, thereby costing the offense 27 yards of field position.
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