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Archive for Sunday, October 28, 2001

How they scored

October 28, 2001

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FIRST QUARTER

12:24 Josh Scobey 1 run. For the first time this season, the Jayhawks didn't score first. Kansas State won the toss, decided to defer until the second half, but received the opening kickoff and marched 77 yards in seven plays, using 2:36 of clock. Scobey, who scooted around left end for a gain of 45 on the first play from scrimmage, had four carries for 65 yards during the drive. KSU also was aided by two offsides penalties against the Jayhawks. Joe Rheem kick. (Kansas State 7, Kansas 0).

9:10 Ricky Llyod 30 pass from Marc Dunn. After forcing KU to punt on fourth-and-17, K-State wasted no time in adding to its lead. After Scobey gained five yards up the middle and the Jayhawks jumped offsides for the third time Dunn hit Lloyd on a crossing pattern inside the 5-yard line, and he fought his way into the end zone. Kick missed. (Kansas State 13, Kansas 0).

SECOND QUARTER

11:25 Johnny Beck 42 field goal. After missing his third straight field goal on his first attempt from 37 yards Beck put KU on the board. The Jayhawks gained possession after Carl Ivey's second interception in as many games, then marched 53 yards in 12 plays before stalling at the KSU 25. Big gainer was Mario Kinsey's scramble for 24 on a third-and-10 play from KU's 46. (Kansas State 13, Kansas 3).

3:52 Aaron Lockett 24 pass from Dunn. KU drove as deep as the Wildcats' 39-yard line before being pushed back to their own 42 two plays later. Lockett returned the Kansas punt 21 yards to the KSU 38, from where K-State needed 10 plays and 3:34 to cover 62 yards. Key plays were passes from Dunn to Nick Warren for 16 yards and the touchdown toss, which came on fourth-and-nine from the 24. Rheem kick. (Kansas State 20, Kansas 3).

THIRD QUARTER

5:05 Dunn 7 run. Both the Wildcats and Jayhawks punted twice to open the half before KSU broke through. The Wildcats traveled 74 yards in eight plays all runs. Scobey led the way with five carries for 29 yards, but the key play was Rock Cartwright for 22 yards. K-State also converted on fourth-and-four from the KU 30. On the score, Dunn kept the option around the right end and reached the ball just inside the pylon. Kick failed. (Kansas State 26, Kansas 3).

2:13 Beck 37 field goal. The Jayhawks answered the score following an interception by Charlie Dennis on the KSU 15. KU's scoring drive was four plays for minus-five yards in 43 seconds as Kinsey threw two incomplete passes and Reggie Duncan was stuffed for a loss. (Kansas State 26, Kansas 6).

FOURTH quarter

11:17 Scobey 1 run. Ell Roberson entered the game for the Wildcats, promptly directing a 12-play, 80-yard drive that ate 5:13. Key plays were Scobey rushes for 12 yards and 13 yards, and Roberson's 13-yard pass to Brandon Clark. Roberson also gained nine yards on third-and-five from the 14 to extend the drive. Rheem kick. (Kansas State 33, Kansas 6).

2:40 Joe Hall 1 run. After scoring on their first possession, the Wildcats completed the bookend attack by marching 92 yards in a back-breaking 13 plays while draining 6:11 off on their final possession. Scobey rushed for 19 yards to eclipse the 200-yard plateau before giving way to the backups. Danny Morris had five carries for 22 yards, and Hall had three for 14 yards. Rheem kick. (Kansas State 40, Kansas 6).

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