Dorance Armstrong had two first-half sacks and a third was nullified by a teammate’s penalty.
Keith Loneker plays all out on every special teams play so that he can be on the scene to capitalize on a mistake. He scored KU’s first points by bringing Texas Tech punter Baughman to the end-zone turf.
Safety Bazie Bates was out of position and didn’t appear to run his fastest when trying to recover on Texas Tech’s first touchdown.
Jacob Bragg was flagged for a false start on first-and-goal from the 3. Kansas settled for a field goal.
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More news and notes from the loss against Texas Tech
- Too Fast, Too Furious: Jayhawks can’t keep pace against Tech, 55-19
- Tom Keegan: Jayhawks take small steps toward respectability
- Notebook: Beaty, Kingsbury have long history; Dineen remains out
- Armstrong leads defense and Keegan ratings