Jayhawks Trail Texas A&M 31-10 at Halftime
Oct. 23, 2010
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas football allowed Texas A&M to score on all but two possessions in the first half of Saturday’s homecoming game at Memorial Stadium, as the Jayhawks fell behind 31-10 at the half.
The Jayhawks rallied early in the second quarter, cutting the 14-point deficit down to 10, and had the ball in the red zone before A&M’s Ron Miller caught an interception. Miller intercepted the ball in the endzone before finding the open field and running the ball down 83 yards.
A&M scored four touchdowns and a kicked a field goal, outgaining the Jayhawks 250-239. The Jayhawks led on the ground 159-72 with quarterback Jordan Webb pacing the game with 75 yards.
Down 17-3 in the second quarter, Kansas’ Tim Biere found endzone to cut the Aggies deficit to 10. Biere nabbed a career-high 32-yard pass and followed it up with a short touchdown catch, highlighting the Jayhawks’ 62-yard drive.
KU scored off a Brandstetter field goal in the first quarter, after Webb went on a ground attack with two carries of 19 yards and a career-high 25 yards in the Jayhawks’ second drive of the game.