Nov. 7, 2009
Kansas State 17, Kansas 10
Nov. 7, 2009 – Manhattan, Kan.
–Senior QB Todd Reesing threw for 241 yards against Kansas State to become the fifth player in Big 12 history to throw for 10,000 yards in a career. After Saturday he is at 10,204 yards.
–Reesing has thrown for at least one touchdown in all but three games played in his KU career.
–Senior RB Jake Sharp moved into eighth on the KU career rushing list with 437 carries. He passed Arnold Snell who had 431 from 1986-88.
–Senior WR Kerry Meier became only the fourth Jayhawk to record 2,000 career receiving yards with his first catch on the opening drive. Meier has 2,082 career receiving yards.
–Meier has 73 receptions this season which is third on the KU single-season list. Last year Meier set the school record with 97 receptions.
–Junior WR Dezmon Briscoe’s touchdown reception in the second quarter was his sixth of the season and he added to his own KU record with the 28th of his career.
–Briscoe has caught at least seven passes in five straight games.
–Briscoe moved into fifth on the KU single-season receptions list with 61. He moved into sixth on the KU single-season receiving yards list with 917.
— Freshman Bradley McDougald’s four catches for 25 yards were season-highs in a Big 12 game this season.
— Freshman Lubbock Smith’s nine total tackles were a season-high for the freshman.
— Linebacker Huldon Tharp’s nine tackles were the most by him since he had a season-high 10 stops against Duke earlier this season.
–Senior Darrell Stuckey’s 67-yard return of the opening kick off was KU’s longest return of the season.
— The 17 points allowed by the Jayhawks are the fewest KU has surrendered in a Big 12 game this season.