The Kansas Jayhawks have had little time on offense to move the ball as they have only ran 13 plays compared to the 59 plays that Texas has run. In the chances that Kansas has had on offense they have not done well. Kansas' drives have gone like this: Punt, punt, safety, punt and interception, and their first possession latest the longest with four total plays. Kansas has only two total yards on the day with four passing yards from quarterback Jordan Webb who has completed 2-of-6 passes and the rushing game has negative two yards on the evening.
The defense has not fared much better as Texas has 300 yards of total offense on the day and has allowed running back Malcolm Brown to rush for 103 yards in the first half.
Kansas does receive the ball to begin the second half and they will need to get the offense going if they want to get back into this game.
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