By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Kansas Jayhawks have picked up their biggest win since the 2008 season. The Jayhawks defeated the No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday.
The Jayhawks won 38-33 over the Sooners at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas. It is their biggest win since defeating the Virginia Tech Hokies in the 2008 Orange Bowl.
The win snapped their 18-game losing streak to the Sooners. The Jayhawks also snapped numerous other losing streaks with this win, including a streak that included 19 straight losses to AP Top 10 teams.
Kansas improved to 6-2 on the season. This made the Jayhawks bowl eligible.
The Sooners suffered their first loss of the season as they dropped to 7-1.
Oklahoma leads the all time series 80-27-6. It is the Jayhawks first win in the series since October 4th, 1997 when they won 20-17 in Lawrence, Kansas.
Jayhawks quarterback Jason Bean went 15 of 32 for 218 yards. He had two interceptions.
Devin Neal had 25 carries for 112 yards and a touchdown. Lawrence Arnold had three receptions for 79 yards.
Sooners quarterback Dillon Gabriel went 14 of 19 for 171 yards. He also had an interception.
Tawee Walker had 23 carries for 146 yards and a touchdown. Drake Stoops had four receptions for 76 yards.
Kansas outscored Oklahoma 21-12 in the second half. Bean scored on a 38 yard rushing touchdown.
Daniel Hishaw Jr. scored on a one-yard rushing touchdown. Neal also scored on a nine-yard rushing touchdown.
Seth Keller also made a 29 yard field goal.
The Sooners scored two touchdowns in the second half. However, only converted six points each time.
Gabriel scored on a one-yard rushing touchdown. Gavin Sawchuk scored on a three-yard rushing touchdown.
In the first half, the Sooners led 21-17. Gabriel scored two touchdowns.
Gabriel scored on a seven-yard rushing touchdown. He also scored on a nine-yard rushing touchdown.
Walker scored on a two-yard rushing touchdown.
The Jayhawks first got on the board when Gabriel was intercepted by Mello Dotson. He then returned it for a 37 yard touchdown.
Hishaw Jr. also scored on a nine-yard rushing touchdown. Keller also made a 24-yard field goal.© 2007-2023 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.