Jayhawks will try to give Longhorns another run for their money

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AUSTIN, Texas — For the Texas Longhorns, nothing stings like losing to Oklahoma. And last Saturday carried with it the double whammy that the No. 15 Longhorns likely have no shot at the College Football Playoff.
Winning the program’s first Big 12 title since 2009 is still possible.
Texas players said this week it’s time to focus on that goal. The next step to getting there is Saturday night against Kansas (2-4, 0-3), which got off to a good start but has lost three in a row under new coach Les Miles.
Texas (4-2, 2-1) remains a favorite to get to the league championship game, where they could face Oklahoma again. Last season, Texas beat the Sooners in the regular season before Oklahoma won the rematch to win the league title.
“I just want to make sure we are there,” senior wide receiver Devin Duvernay said this week. “Whoever we play, it doesn’t matter.”
Kansas doesn’t win a lot, but the Jayhawks have been no pushover for the Longhorns in recent years. A loss to Kansas in 2016 cost former coach Charlie Strong his job,

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