Late Kansas touchdown earns first victory in Miles era
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas football picked up its first win of the season with a 24-17 victory over Indiana State at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium on Saturday, earning the first win of the Les Miles era.
After falling behind 17-16 with 4:24 remaining in the fourth quarter, senior quarterback Carter Stanley led the Jayhawks on an eight-play, 75-yard drive to take the lead back from the Sycamores. Stanley capped the drive with a 22-yard strike to senior Daylon Charlot in the back of the endzone with 2:04 remaining.
In his first game with Kansas, junior Andrew Parchment led the Jayhawk offense with a career-high eight catches and 121 yards. Meanwhile, junior linebacker Dru Prox paved the way on defense finishing with a career-best nine tackles and one 12-yard sack in the fourth quarter, while senior Hasan Defense started the Jayhawk scoring attack by earning a 57-yard pick-six in the first quarter.
Next up for the Jayhawks is a matchup against Coastal Carolina on September 7. The game is set to take place at 6 p.m. at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.
Jayhawks complete two-point conversion following late 4th-quarter touchdown to regain the lead, 24-17.
Huge touchdown by Daylon Charlot from Carter Stanley primes the Jayhawks’ victory.
Dru Prox sacks the Sycamores quarterback for a loss of 12 yards.
James Sosinski with his first-career touchdown to put the Jayhawks up 16-3 in the third quarter.
RACKING UP THE YARDS
Andrew Parchment hauled in 59 yards on KU’s third scoring drive, including this 32-yard strike from Carter Stanley.
Jeremiah McCullough with a key interception to set up a KU scoring drive.
36-yard strike from Liam Jones!
Hasan Defense takes it 57 yards to the house!
Khalil Herbert rushes 33 yards on opening carry!