Friday, September 30, 2016

Game balls and gassers: KU at Texas Tech


Game Balls

Dorance Armstrong had two first-half sacks and a third was nullified by a teammate’s penalty.

Keith Loneker plays all out on every special teams play so that he can be on the scene to capitalize on a mistake. He scored KU’s first points by bringing Texas Tech punter Baughman to the end-zone turf.


Safety Bazie Bates was out of position and didn’t appear to run his fastest when trying to recover on Texas Tech’s first touchdown.

Jacob Bragg was flagged for a false start on first-and-goal from the 3. Kansas settled for a field goal.

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Randy Glenn 5 years, 10 months ago

We played good football in the 2nd quarter and half of the 3rd!! False start and intentional grounding kept us from a possible victory!!

Jim Stauffer 5 years, 10 months ago

The inconsistency of our offense was never going to allow us to win. We could have made a better showing though.

Jay Hawkinson 5 years, 10 months ago

Who is KU's career leader in false starts? Because Bragg is going to give them a run for their money. And he doesn't even start most of the time!

Dale Rogers 5 years, 10 months ago

I keep reading that Cozart earns the starts because of his practice performance. It's crystal clear that Cozart's game performance does not match that practice performance. It's time to give the ball to Willis or even to give Stanley more opportunity to show what he can do in game situations. What's there to lose at this point?

Nick Perry 5 years, 10 months ago

I also noticed Bates loafing while Tech's receiver coasted to their first score. I noticed one of our dbacks doing it again later in the game but I'm not sure if it was him. This kind of thing is absolutely embarrassing. Even more than the score.

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