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Kansas Vs. Oklahoma Halftime Score: Jayhawks Trail Sooners 27-17 At Halftime

Oklahoma's Michael Hunnicut booted a 19 yard field goal with just three seconds remaining in the half to give the Oklahoma Sooners a 27-17 advantage over the Kansas Jayhawks at halftime. 

After falling behind 10-0 early, Kansas came roaring back with 10 straight points behind a 56 yard touchdown run from James Sims. The Sooners would score twice on their next two possessions to make the score 24-10. Kansas cut the lead to 24-17 with a Darrian Miller touchdown before Michael Hunnicutt hit a field goal just before the half ended. 

Kansas' ground game has been strong with Sims leading the way with 72 yards on just seven carries. Darrian Miller added 65 yards and a touchdown. Jordan Webb finished the half 6 for 11 for 78 yards. 

Landry Jones went 15 of 23 for 223 yards and two touchdowns in the first half for Oklahoma. Receiver Ryan Broyles has been his favorite target hauling in eight passes for 136 yards and a touchdown. Kenny Stills caught four balls for 66 yards. Dominique Whaley has 71 yards rushing on 14 carries in the first half. 

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