Texas Vs. Kansas Final Score: Jayhawks Don't Get The Longhorn Network Either

It takes a hell of an effort to make the Kansas Jayhawks' season averages even worse than they already are. The Texas Longhorns have done it, posting 590 yards and allowing 46 (forty-six, fewer than 50) in a 43-0 victory that hopefully absolutely nobody saw.

KU came in allowing 510 yards per game, worst in the country.

Player of the game: Yahoo! Sports' box score for coming up with something, anything to put here:

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Texas achieved 38 first downs to Kansas' three. Converted 11 third downs to one. Picked up 441 yards rushing to an even zero. Punted once and forced seven. For those of you who like poring through box scores, please remember to put on gloves before picking through this one.

For more on this game, visit Texas blog Burnt Orange Nation and Kansas blog Rock Chalk Talk. And stick with SB Nation's college football news hub.

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