Kansas Postgame Notes
Sept. 23, 2006
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Sept. 23, 2006 * Memorial Stadium * Lawrence, Kan.
Kansas’ win over South Florida
…Makes Kansas 1-0 all-time against South Florida
…Improves KU’s record to 14-6 in non-conference games since 2002.
…Signifies Kansas’ seventh win in its last eight games against non-conference foes.
…Marks KU’s eighth-straight win against non-conference foes at Memorial Stadium.
…Gives Kansas a 3-1 record for the second straight season.
…Makes head coach Mark Mangino 22-30 overall and at KU.
…Makes Kansas 539-532-58 all time.
–The last time a Kansas football game ended the first half at 0-0 was Sept. 13, 1980 at Oregon. That game ended 7-7.
–Kansas held its opponent scoreless in the first half for the fourth time under head coach Mark Mangino.
–Kansas forced three turnovers and have forced at least one turnover in 11 of its last 14 games and 34 of its last 38 contests.
–Kansas registered eight tackles-for-loss to give the Jayhawks 31 on the season.
–KU held USF to 113 yards rushing. KU opponents are averaging 2.9 yards per rush this season.
–The attendance of 40,933 was the sixth straight 40,000-plus crowd at Memorial Stadium.
–Kansas had a season high eight different receivers with at least one catch.
–Senior Adam Barmann started his first game of the season at quarterback. It was Barmann’s 14th career start while at Kansas.
–Barmann moved into ninth place on the KU career pass attempts list, with a total of 414. Barmann passed Zac Wegner (1995-99) who had 380 attempts from 1995-99.
–Barman’s seven-yard rush in the first quarter was his longest rush since the 2004 season.
–Senior RB Jon Cornish registered his third 100-yard rushing game of the season and seventh of his career.
–Cornish had a career-high 26 carries to surpass his 23 against Louisiana-Monroe earlier this season.
–Cornish tied his career high with six receptions.
–Cornish had 119 all-purpose yards and is averaging 138.8 all-purpose yards per game in 2006.
–Junior TE Derek Fine had three receptions to give him eight in his last two games.
–Senior WR Brian Murph tied his career high with six receptions tonight. Murph also had six catches against Iowa State in 2005.
–Junior WR Marcus Henry tied his career high with five receptions tonight. Henry had five catches against Appalachian State last season.
–Senior WR Jonathan Lamb’s 22-yard catch in the second quarter was his first reception since his freshman season. It was Lamb’s third career reception and a career long.
–Sophomore WR Dexton Field’s 23-yard catch in the second quarter was a career long only to be surpassed by his 31-yard catch in the third quarter. Fields has three catches of 20 or more yards this season.
–Sophomore DE John Larson recorded his second sack of the season with his other against Toledo.
–Senior LB Eric Washington recorded a career-high 10 tackles.
–Senior DE Paul Como tied his career high three tackles for loss. He also had three TFLs against Louisiana-Monroe. Como’s two sacks also tied a career high – 2 vs. Florida Atlantic last season.
–Senior OL Bob Whitaker started his 40th game while at KU. Whitaker has started every game as a Jayhawk.
–Senior center David Ochoa, who is on the Dave Rimington Trophy preseason watch list, started his 27th straight game while at KU. Ochoa has started every game in each of the last three seasons.
–Junior punter Kyle Tucker moved into sixth place on the KU career punting yards list, currently at 5,785. He passed Dean Royal (1996-97).
–Junior TE Marc Jones and freshman CB Anthony Webb each had their first career starts.