September 29, 2018
Kansas wide receiver Kwamie Lassiter Jr. pulls in a reception for the touchdown against Oklahoma State on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018.
When the Kansas football team got off to such a lethargic offensive start once conference play began, the Jayhawks’ four touchdowns against Oklahoma State in a 20-point loss this past week felt like progress. The truth of the matter, though, is that more often than not 28 points — the second-highest KU total in a league game in David Beaty’s time as head coach — won’t translate into a victory. By Benton Smith