Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist was understandably upset with his performance in the Jayhawks' 25-24 loss to Rice Saturday. The senior signal-caller, who transferred to Lawrence to reunite with former coach Charlie Weis, completed 16 of 28 pass attempts against the Owls, gaining just 144 yards. Crist also threw two interceptions, the second coming with 3:47 left to play and leading to Rice's game-winning 45-yard field goal as the final gun sounded.
After the game, Crist told reporters of his disappointment:
"From an offensive stand point, we didn't finish or make enough plays to win the game and that's the most important thing."
"I'm so disappointed. I didn't make enough plays and at the end of the day, that's the most valued trait in a quarterback and it is to make enough plays to win and we didn't do that today. Naturally, I'm upset."
Kansas will try to right the ship when it faces TCU at home next Saturday.
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