Nebraska-Kansas game breaks several individual, game records

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LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)—A slew of team and individual records took a tumble Saturday as No. 8 Kansas trounced Nebraska 76-39.

Team records tied or broken:

— The 76 points were the most ever allowed by Nebraska.

— Kansas’ 48 first-half points were the most allowed after two quarters by Nebraska.

— The combined 115 points were the most in a game involving Kansas, and most in a Nebraska game since World War II.

— Kansas’ 34 first downs tied the school record set against Washington, Mo., in 1923.

— Kansas broke the school season-scoring record of 384 points set in 2003.

— The attendance of 51,821 was a record for Memorial Stadium.

Individual records tied or broken:

— Todd Reesing set the Kansas single-game record with six touchdown passes.

— Reesing set the school season record with 23 touchdown passes.

— Marcus Herford set the Kansas single-game record with 203 kick return yards.

— Brandon McAnderson’s four touchdowns rushing tied the Kansas record.

— Scott Webb broke the season record for extra points with 49 and tied the single-game record with 10.

— Marlon Lucky set the Nebraska single-season receptions record with 61.

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