Kansas vs. Texas: Live Score and Highlights
Texas 35, Kansas 13—Final
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Malcolm Brown: 20 carries, 119 yards, 4 TD
Johnathan Gray: 18 carries, 68 yards
Brown's carry total has increased each of the past three games, and he has clearly emerged as the goal-line back. He excelled while Gray had somewhat of a down game compared to what he has been doing, but the combination of both is wearing down the opposition.
More on this in the "10 Things We Learned."
Kansas' 13 points was also the fewest it has scored against a Big 12 opponent this season. Take that as you will.
Key Stats from the Game
246: The Longhorns ran for 246 yards, led by Malcolm Brown's 119. This is the third-consecutive game in which they have broached the 200-yard mark, outscoring their opponents 111-40 in those games.
2: The Jayhawks were able to force two Case McCoy interceptions but were unable to convert them into points. Texas returned Kansas' lone turnover for a touchdown.
53: The Longhorns converted 53 percent of their third downs, compared to just 29 percent for the Jayhawks. Texas also converted a fourth-down opportunity for a 30-yard Malcolm Brown touchdown.
Kansas 13, Texas 35—4th Quarter
Montell Cozart scores Kansas' first touchdown of the game on a 20-yard keeper. Where has he been all day for the Jayhawks?
Where has Darrian Miller been all game? Just picked up two first downs on two carries.
S Adrian Phillips (hip): The senior safety is back on the sideline, but it appears unlikely that he will return to action in the blowout. Doesn't appear to be serious.
Texas 35, Kansas 6—4th Quarter
Malcolm Brown continues his career day with his fourth touchdown of the game on a 30-yard run. Play was under review after Case McCoy fell down on the handoff, but is quickly confirmed
Kansas defense playing winning football. WR Mike Davis has been all but shut out, Isaiah Johnson has two interceptions and longest play from scrimmage was 31 yards. Unfortunately, the offense has been sad.
WR Rodriguez Coleman (knee): Trying to make his third remarkable catch of the day, Coleman appears to have sustained a knee injury. It doesn't look good for Kansas' best offensive player of the day. Let's hope it's just a routine sprain.
Adrian Phillips (unknown): The senior safety was helped to the sideline. No noticeable pain in any particular area, so could he have just had the wind knocked out of him. If he's out, Leroy Scott will see increased action.
Texas 28, Kansas 6—3rd Quarter
Malcolm Brown scores his third touchdown of the game, the first hat trick of his career. Fat guy touchdowns do amazing things.
Texas 21, Kansas 0—3rd Quarter
When you need a big play, who else do you look to but a defensive tackle? Chris Whaley picks up a Jake Heaps fumble and rumbles 40 yards for his second touchdown of the season. Fat guy touchdowns are always the best.
Why can Texas crush TCU but have trouble with Kansas?— Nathan Goldstein (@nathan0223) November 2, 2013
Most Texas fans are probably wondering the same thing after Case McCoy gets sacked for the first time in 84 pass attempts.
Kansas 6, Texas 14—3rd Quarter
The Longhorns hold in the red zone for the second time of the game. Ryan Doherty gets lucky on a 27-yarder, clanking it off the right upright and in for three.
Rodriguez Coleman now has two catches for 85 yards. Jayhawks not afraid to test Texas deep.
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