Oklahoma scored their first possession and first-year quarterback Caleb Williams, who replaced former Heisman frontman Spencer Rattler full-time last week, threw an interception to end the second in order to limit his contacts against the Kansas race-based offensive. Williams has 71 passing yards on nine attempts, but failed to lead the Sooners’ offense past the Kansas 33-yard line in just 17 offensive plays. Oklahoma hadn’t been held scoreless in the first half since 2014 against Clemson.
Kansas haven’t beaten a conference opponent since Oct. 26, 2019, when the Jayhawks beat Texas Tech 37-34. They haven’t beaten an AP Top 25 opponent since dominating Georgia Tech No.15 in 2010, and haven’t beaten a top five opponent since beating Virginia Tech. n ° 5 in 2007.
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