Kansas Postgame Notes
Sept. 18, 2004
Kansas Postgame Notes
Northwestern 20, Kansas 17
September 18, 2004
Kansas’ loss to Northwestern……Marks the second-straight loss to the Wildcats….Gives the Wildcats a 2-0 advantage in the all-time series….Gives KU a 2-1 record for the second-straight season….Gives head coach Mark Mangino a career record of 10-18….Moves Kansas to 527-520-58 all-time.
Notes• Senior defensive end David McMillan extended his team-best starting streak to 28 games.• The Jayhawks are yet to surrender any points in the first quarter this season.• Senior offensive guard Tony Coker made his first appearance of the season.• Sophomore wide receiver Charles Gordon has caught at least one pass in each of his 16 career games.• Junior running back Clark Green extended his streak of games with at least one pass reception to 27 straight.• Green hauled in a career-long 49-yard catch in the second quarter.• Green completed his second career pass on a throw to Adam Barmann in the second quarter.• Freshman kicker Scott Webb connected on his first career field goal, a 27-yard attempt in the second quarter.• Kansas used nine receivers in the game today. It marked the second-straight week and sixth time under Mark Mangino
in which KU has used eight or more different receivers in a single game.• Freshman punter Kyle Tucker made his first career appearance, booting a 46-yard punt in the third quarter on his
first career kick.• Senior tight end Lyonel Anderson recorded a career high five pass receptions (3 vs. Texas A&M, 11/1/03).• Freshman wide receiver Marcus Henry established new career highs with two catches for 22 yards (1 catch for 17
yards vs. Toledo, 9/11/04).• Kansas’ 47 rushing yards were its fewest since KU rushed for 88 yards versus Nebraska on Nov. 8, 2003.• Barmann recorded career-highs with 30 pass completions and 48 passing attempts, the most in each category since
his collegiate debut (25-of-37 vs. Texas A&M, 11/1/03).• Barmann completed more than 20 passes for the second-straight game.• Barmann’s 41 pass attempts were the most since Bill Whittemore attempted 44 passes versus Texas A&M on Oct. 19, 2002.• Senior wide receiver Brandon Rideau tied a career high with two touchdown receptions (2 vs. Texas A&M, 11/1/03).• Kansas did not force a turnover for the first time this season.• Rideau moved into eighth place on the all-time KU career receptions list with 96 career catches. He passed
Ashaundai Smith (91), and is one short of Quinton Smith and Kenny Drayton (97).• Rideau also moved into a tie for sixth on the all-time touchdown receptions list with 10.• Northwestern’s fourth quarter touchdown were the first points KU has given up in the fourth quarter this
season.• The Wildcat’s 337 total yards were a KU opponent season-high.