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Another big night for Steven Sims in loss at West Virginia

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Kansas running back Ke'aun Kinner is tackled by West Virginia Mountaineers safety Jarrod Harper during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in Morgantown, W.Va.

Kansas running back Ke'aun Kinner is tackled by West Virginia Mountaineers safety Jarrod Harper during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in Morgantown, W.Va. by AP Photo/Raymond Thompson

1 - Steven Sims: Another big game for the sophomore. Caught nine passes for 124 yards and his sixth touchdown. Has surpassed 100-yard four times this season.

2 - Dorance Armstrong: In on seven tackles, two behind the line of scrimmage, and forced a fumble on one of them. Strong and fast.

3 - Taylor Martin: The fastest player on the team, Martin showed his speed after catching a short pass and burning 45 yards along the left sideline for a touchdown.

4 - Carter Stanley: Completed 9 of 11 passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 34 yards, 24 yards on his longest run. He threw an interception on a ball with too much air under it and thrown into double-coverage in the corner of the end zone.

5 - Ke’aun Kinner: When he finally started having his number called, good things happened. He averaged 4.6 yards and ran for a touchdown on a 65-yard rushing night. Call his number more, please.

6 - Courtney Arnick: Five solo tackles, an assist and a tackle for a loss.

7 - Tevin Shaw: Had two tackles for loss, six solos and an assist.

8 - Denzel Feaster: As head coach David Beaty said when he signed, “He’ll knock the fire out of you!” Had three solo tackles and forced a fumble.

9 - Shakier Barbel: Good hands and knows how to run routes. Targeted five times and had five receptions for 60 yards.

10 - Isaiah Bean: Looked oh-so quick on an 8-yard sack in first quarter. Fourth or fifth reason that KU’s D-line projects as best position on squad again next season.

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Michael Lorraine 8 months, 2 weeks ago

Don't mind the surveys but I'm not curious enough about this article to answer 10 questions. Sorry Tom.

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