Kansas Postgame Notes vs. Baylor
Oct. 2, 2010
– Kansas wore blue pants with their white uniform tops for the first time since last season’s game at Texas Tech.
– Baylor’s 678 yards of total offense were the most against Kansas since it surrendered 680 yards to Auburn in 1988.
– Baylor’s 434 yards passing were the most given up by Kansas since Oklahoma recorded 468 in 2008.
– Kansas tight end Ted McNulty made his first career start as KU started two tight ends for the first time this season. KU’s defensive starters were the same for the third-straight game.
– QB Jordan Webb’s fumble in the first quarter was KU’s first turnover since the Georgia Tech game. KU turned the ball over four times Saturday, which was a season high.
– Kansas P Alonso Rojas had two punts downed inside the 20 yard line in the first half. Heading into the weekend, Rojas ranked fourth in the Big 12 in this category with five.
– Kansas WR Daymond Patterson caught a 19-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Webb in the second quarter, which marked his second touchdown of the season and the sixth touchdown toss by Webb.
– Patterson caught six passes for 53 yards. He has at least four catches in every game this season.
– Kansas converted on eight of its first 12 third-down attempts, and finished the game 8-for-16.
– Kansas RB James Sims caught a 30-yard pass from Jordan Webb in the second quarter, marking Sims’ longest pass reception of the season.
– Several Jayhawks matched or set career highs in tackles. Setting career highs were S Lubbock Smith (12), S Olaitan Oguntodu (10), S Prinz Kande (three), CB Greg Brown (three), LB Steve Mestan (three), DE Quintin Woods (five). LB Steven Johnson matched a career high with 11 tackles.
– Kansas sophomore WR D.J. Beshears finished the game with 47 yards rushing on 12 carries, which was a season high.