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Oklahoma Vs. Kansas Score: Jayhawks Keeping It Close In The Third, 27-17

The Kansas Jayhawks are hanging with the Oklahoma Sooners, trailing in the third quarter by a 27-17 margin. Considering the strength of the Sooners, and how the Jayhawks have performed thus far this year, it has to be considered at least a small moral victory so far.

All the scoring took place in the first half, with Oklahoma marching out to a 10-0 lead before Kansas answered with a touchdown of its own. In the second quarter, the Jayhawks knotted it up with a field goal, only to see Oklahoma blow the game open with two touchdowns in a little over a minute.

But Kansas didn't roll over, and answered with another touchdown as Darian Miller punched it in from two yards out. A field goal by Oklahoma just before the half gave the Sooners a 27-17 lead.

That's where it stands with five minutes to go in the third as Oklahoma is hanging on, but not blowing out Kansas.

For more on this game, visit Oklahoma blog Crimson And Cream Machine and Kansas blog Rock Chalk TalkStay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.