Sophomore Kerry Meier, center, pulls in Todd Reesing's pass for a touchdown Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 to put the Jayhawks up 28-7 against Iowa State at Memorial Stadium.
Dexton Fields (88) scores KU's second touchdown in the first half of action Saturday in Memorial Stadium as the Jayhawks hosted the Iowa Cyclones. The Hawks lead at halftime 28-7.
Sadiq Muhammed (27) gets congrats from teammates in the 1st half Saturday in Memorial Stadium.
Big Jay gets the KU students section into things.
KU's Marcus Henry looks for yards in the first half against Iowa St.
Freshman Lauren Rhoades performs with the cymbals Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 during pregame activities at Memorial Stadium. The Jayhawks beat Iowa State 45-7.
Senior fullback Brandon McAnderson, left, is pulled down by Iowa State defenders Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 during the Jayhawks' 45-7 victory against Iowa State at Memorial Stadium.
Offensive linemen Ryan Cantrell (50), left, and Adrian Mayes (66), right, give quarterback Todd Reesing time to look down field Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 during the Jayhawks' 45-7 home victory against Iowa State.
KU's Jeff Wheeler (84) and James Holt (12) put the stop to Iowa's Austin Arnaud (4) in the second half, as the Hawks defeated the Cyclones 45-7.
Kansas tight end Derek Fine (85) hauls in a touchdown pass from Kerry Meier against Iowa State in this file photo. Fine has 44 catches for 380 yards and four TDs this season.
Sophomore Jake Sharp leaps over Iowa State defenders Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 during KU's 45-7 victory against the Cyclones at Memorial Stadium.
Pat Wicke, Lenexa, claps her hands as the Jayhawk lineup is announced at Memorial Stadium. KU went on to beat Iowa State, 45-7, on Saturday in the Jayhawks' home finale. Sunday, the Jayhawks ascended to No. 2 in all the major national polls and the BCS standings.
KU sophomore Brian Cordes jingles his keys and chants during a Jayhawk kick-off Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 during KU's 45-7 victory against Iowa State.
Maxwell Onyegbule, right, defends the line as Scott Webb kicks an extra point Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 moving the Jayhawks up to 21-0 in the second quarter. The Jayhawks beat the Cyclones 45-7.
Jayhawk cheerleaders march around Memorial Stadium flying their Kansas flags Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 during KU's 45-7 home victory against Iowa State.
Junior linebacker Joe Mortensen, center, is squashed by a Iowa State lineman Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 while trying to tackle R.J. Sumrall at Memorial Stadium.
Sophomore Jake Sharp weaves through Cyclone defenders Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007 during the Jayhawks' 45-7 home victory against Iowa State.
Aaron Abeita, 13, Hiawatha, KS, holds up a sign telling others about coach Mangino and his talents of keeping the Jayhawks alive in the BCS standings and going 11-0 for the first time in history of KU football.
KU's Dexton Fields passes Iowa defenders, scoring for KU in the first Half.
KU defenders Justin Thornton (46) and Joe Mortensen (8) put the stops on Iowa's Milan Moses (32).
Kansas University's Todd Reesing (5) prepares to pitch to running back Jake Sharp in the Jayhawks' 45-7 victory over Iowa State. Sharp led the Jayhawks with 83 rushing yards, and Reesing completed 21 of 26 passes for 253 yards in the victory Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing (5) gets his foot wrapped late in the fourth quarter. Reesing was one of a handful of Jayhawks playing through pain against Iowa State.
Kansas' Jonathan Wilson (81) pulls down a pass for a 36-yard reception in the fourth quarter.
Jayhawk fans cheer on KU Saturday during the team's 45-7 victory over Iowa State at Memorial Stadium. From left, sophomore Taylor Scott, of Wichita, freshman Jake Thomas, of Hutchinson, freshman Adam Magargee, of McKinney, Texas, and sophomore Jay Ryan, of Garden City, painted their chests for the game.
Marcus Henry (86) hauls in a pass in the 3rd quarter Saturday against Iowa State.
Kerry Meier (10) claps for his teammates as the 'Hawks handed the Iowa Cyclones a 45-7 loss on Saturday.
Todd Reesling, left, gets some special words from teammate Kendrick Harper as the Jayhawks exit the field after beating the Iowa Cyclones 45-7.