Topeka — Kansas University football coaches had a complex scoring system in place for Saturday's scrimmage at Hummer Park, and the defense won, 86-85.
Several situations were awarded with points, many having to do with yardage and turnovers, to make a competition out of it. For example, if the offense converted a first down, it was awarded one point. If the defense forced a fourth down, it earned two.
Aqib Talib intercepted a Kerry Meier pass in the end zone near the end of the scrimmage and returned it 45 yards. That caused a 12-point swing that let the defense prevail.