Sure, you can point to the 59-14 final score in Kansas' loss to Baylor Saturday as a summation of Jayhawk football, but video is always more convincing.
Baylor was up 38-0 at halftime, so the second half of the game served as a simple exercise in getting the game over with for the Bears. In the third quarter, backup quarterback Seth Russell ran to the left and got stripped of the football.
But comically, Kansas couldn't recover. We have no idea how the ball popped out of that scrum, but it turned on the afterburners as it hilariously headed to the sideline before rolling out of bounds and Baylor retained possession.
On the bright side, Kansas threw for 154 yards against Baylor, which is almost 10 times as much passing yardage as it had against Oklahoma the week before.
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