Kansas Snaps 11-Game Losing Streak

While Jake Heaps former team was shocking the Texas Longhorns he was helping the Kansas Jayhawks do something that hadn't been done since the season opener of 2012...win a football game.

After falling behind to South Dakota in the first quarter, Kansas got on the board for the first time this season with a one-yard plunge by James Sims as the second quarter got under way. Heaps would then throw a 5-yard touchdown pass to former Sooner Justin McCay and the Jayhawks were well on their way to victory.

Kansas would score 24 unanswered points after falling behind 7-0 and then put the game away on an 8-yard run by Brandon Bourbon, in the fourth quarter, to get to the final score of 31-14.

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