KU football vs. Kansas State
Kansas University lost to Kansas State 31-10 in the final game of the season, Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Kansas State 31, Kansas 10
Michael Reynolds was in on 3.5 tackles for losses, including one sack, and six overall tackles.
Ben Heeney, as good a performer as KU had this season, was in on a team-high 10 tackles, seven of the solo variety.
Jimmay Mundine had two huge drops, the first possibly turning a touchdown into a field goal, the second on a great throw from hot-handed Heaps when KU was driving. He double-bobbled it into the hands of a K-State defender and the Wildcats drove for a score that put them up 28-10.
Montell Cozart threw a bad interception and finished the season completing 35 percent of his passes, averaging 3.67 yards per pass play. He threw two interceptions and no touchdown passes in 60 passes.