Sept. 11, 2004
Lawrence, Kan. –
Postgame Notes • Sept. 11, 2004
Kansas 63, Toledo 14
Kansas’ Win Over Toledo…
…Is the Jayhawks’ second-straight win over Toledo, giving KU a 2-0 record against the Rockets.
…Gives KU back-to-back wins to open a season for the first time since 1997.
…Gives Mark Mangino his tenth career win as head coach, making his overall record 10-17.
…Makes Kansas 526-520-58 all-time.
- The 63 points scored by KU against Toledo tonight were the most against a Division I-A team since the Jayhawks defeated New Mexico 68-7 on Oct. 5, 1968. KU defeated Division I-AA Cal State Northridge 71-14 on Sept. 11, 1999.
- KU’s 49-point margin of victory was the largest since it defeated Cal-State Northridge 71-14 (by 57 points) on Sept. 11, 1999.
- Kansas used nine receivers in the game tonight. It marked the fifth time under Mark Mangino in which KU has used eight or more different receivers in a single game.
- Kansas has forced at least one turnover in 13 of its last 15 contests. The Jayhawks’ have forced eight turnovers this season after producing five mishaps tonight.
- The last time Kansas scored 28 points in a single quarter was on Oct. 11, 2003, when the Jayhawks put 28 on the board in the second quarter against Colorado. The last time KU scored 28 in a quarter at home was Sept. 20, 2003, in the first stanza against Jacksonville State. Kansas’ 28 points in the first quarter were the most in an opening stanza against a Division I school since 1965 when such records have been kept.
- The seven points KU allowed in the first half were the fewest since the Jayhawks shut out Southern Illinois 42-0 on Sept. 23, 2000.
- Since 1999, the Jayhawks are 21-9 when scoring 21 or more points.
- The Jayhawks are 7-2 under Mark Mangino when scoring first.
- The 49 points scored by KU in the first half are the most points scored in a half against Toledo by any opponent.
- Kansas’ 49 points in the first half are the most in a KU half since scoring 49 against Illinois State (Division I-AA) in the first half on Sept. 19, 1998.
- Kansas’ 17 points given up in the first two games of the season are the lowest for a two game stretch since early in the 1997 season when KU defeated TCU 17-10 and Missouri 15-7.
- KU’s nine PATs tonight by Scott Webb marked the most in a single game in KU history. The previous record was eight PATs for a game held by four others with the last by Jeff McCord vs. UAB in 1994.
- David McMillan, a junior defensive end, has KU’s longest starting streak. McMillan has started 26 straight games for the Jayhawks.
- Lyonel Anderson made his first catch and appearance today. Redshirt-freshman Scott Webb made his first extra point and appearance today.
- Sophomore running back John Randle scored a career-high three TDs today in the first half for a career total of six. Randle’s 55-yard reception was a career-long. Randle rushed for a career-high 104 yards, surpassing his 77 yards (nine carries) vs. UNLV last season. His 79 receiving yards also marked a career-high. The last time KU had a 100-yard rusher was when Clark Green rushed for 103 against Colorado on Oct. 11, 2003.
- Sophomore quarterback Adam Barmann’s four touchdown passes tied a career-high. Barmann threw four TDs against Texas A&M last season.
- Junior linebacker Nick Reid recorded the first interception of the season and second of his career.
- Senior wide receiver Brandon Rideau scored his first TD of the season and eighth of his career. Rideau now ranks ninth all-time in KU career receptions with 89.
8 Sophomore Charles Gordon has caught at least one pass in each of his 15 career games.
- Senior safety Tony Stubbs knocked down his first interception of the season and third of his career.
- Junior Clark Green has caught at least one pass in 26 consecutive games.
- Junior Charleton Keith recorded his first career fumble recovery and touchdown in the first quarter. Keith added a second fumble recovery in the fourth quarter.
- Senior Mark Simmons moved into sixth place on the all-time KU career touchdown receptions list (10).
- The 29-yard reception by Gary Heaggans in the third quarter marked a career-long. Heaggans’ 45 receiving yards tonight surpassed his 41-yard total from last season.
- Senior Greg Tyree recorded his first career sack to end the third quarter.
- Freshman Todd Haselhorst recovered his first fumble tonight in the fourth quarter.
- Junior quarterback Jason Swanson made his first appearance tonight.
- Redshirt freshman Brandon McAnderson (Lawrence, Kan.) recorded his first career rushing attempt and first TD late in the fourth quarter.