It had been 735 days since Texas last beat Kansas in football, but the Longhorns were able to break one of the more embarrassing streaks in college football Saturday night with a 42-27 win over the Jayhawks.
It looked like a blowout early, with KU trailing 28-7 after the first quarter and Texas on pace for 112 points.
Kansas turned it over four times, including three Carter Stanley interceptions (and two INTs in the first quarter). Despite that, KU still had a chance to make it a game late with Hasan Defense nabbing an INT with just over 12 minutes left in the game and KU down just 15 points. However, the ensuing Kansas possession ended with a turnover on downs, and Texas would score on its next drive to set the final margin.
Speaking of embarrassing streaks, the KU road losing streak is now at 45 games.

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