We’re nearly to the midway point of our 100 days of Kansas Football. Fifty-two days until the start of the 2018 season to be exact. A lot has already been discussed about the Jayhawks, so in my quest for #Content, I decided to search for the number 52 as part of an interesting stat or anecdote.
Turns out, 52 plays a role in one of the Jayhawks last great memories from the era of Todd Reesing and Mark Mangino: November 1, 2008. So it seemed like a good time to wax poetic about better days.
Kansas has actually scored 52 points in a game since 2008. The Jayhawks scored 52 in a win against Colorado in 2010. But we’re not going to focus on the Colorado game because it feels like an anomaly: it was the only Big 12 game where KU scored 20+ points and was the Jayhawks only conference victory that year.

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