Jayhawks to host Texas Tech, another program in midst of a rebuild

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LAWRENCE, Kan. — With a new offensive coordinator and fresh attitude, Kansas spent four quarters going toe to toe with Texas last week, taking the highly ranked Longhorns down to the wire on the road.
The Jayhawks didn’t finish off the upset, but they certainly raised some eyebrows. Two belonged to Texas Tech coach Matt Wells.
“What a phenomenal effort they played with,” said Wells, whose team heads to Lawrence to face the Jayhawks on Saturday. “I mean, those kids played hard. They really did. They went out and man, they did. They emptied the tank, and they had every right to win and deserved to win.”
The Jayhawks (2-5, 0-4 Big 12) had 310 yards passing, Pooka Williams ran for 190 yards and two scores, and they scored with 1:36 left and converted an audacious 2-point try to take the lead. But their defense stumbled after that, and Texas managed to kick a game-ending field goal for a 50-48 victory.
On the mountain of moral victories, it may have pushed to the top of the heap. Too bad for the Jayhawks it still counted as a loss.
“Another good outing, but not exactly how we wanted to finish it,” Kansas coach Les Miles said.

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