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Originally published September 17, 2016 at 06:10p.m., updated September 18, 2016 at 11:58a.m.

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Memphis

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Game Balls

RB Khalil Herbert, a true freshman, turned a catch into a 35-yard gain and on his second carry he sprinted down the left sideline to a 66-yard touchdown.

Defensive end Dorance Armstrong showed his speed with three tackles for loss, two of them sacks.

Gassers

C Jacob Bragg’s lousy snap to Montell Cozart in the shotgun turned the ball over to Memphis.

LG Jayson Rhodes twice was flagged for false starts.

QB Montell Cozart had turnovers on consecutive plays. After an unforced fumble, he started the next possession with a short pass right into the hands of defensive lineman Jonathan Wilson, who returned it 61 yards for a TD.

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Comments

David Kemp 7 months, 1 week ago

What you missed on the bad snap play was that the blitzing lb came right over braggs position and even I could see he was coming right up the middle

Joe Ross 7 months, 1 week ago

Bragg sprinted for a touchdown? I missed that!

Dirk Medema 7 months ago

"C Jacob Bragg’s lousy snap to Montell Cozart in the shogun turned the ball over to Memphis and on his second carry he sprinted to a 66-yard touchdown."

Couple typos in there. "Shogun" is trivial, but copying Khalil's play to Bragg is really odd. Not even in the same category.

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