Struggling Jayhawks to host Sooners and their steamroller offense

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LAWRENCE, Kan. — Oklahoma features the nation’s second-highest scoring offense and another Heisman Trophy contender at quarterback. The Sooners also could break their own record from last year in yards per play.
Kansas at least avoided a shutout last week at TCU.
Two programs at wildly different levels meet Saturday when the sixth-ranked Sooners roll into Memorial Stadium to take on the slumping Jayhawks. They are five-touchdown favorites to romp in their final tuneup before facing No. 11 Texas in the annual Red River Rivalry game.
“Lincoln Riley’s done a great job taking the reins from a great coach in Bob Stoops,” said first-year Kansas coach Les Miles, who has plenty of experience with the Sooners from his days at Oklahoma State. “They’ve had a great run with quarterbacks and receivers that can fly, and have height and ball skills, not to mention the quality rushing attack that really kind of matches their ability to throw.”
In other words, the Sooners (4-0,

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