On a chilly and rainy Saturday afternoon, Kansas trailed K-State 35-7 at halftime, falling ever closer to the program’s first winless season since 1954. The Jayhawks, 0-11, finished with just 136 total yards and 67 passing yards in the opening 30 minutes.
The Jayhawks, 0-11, will face K-State, 4-6, at 3 p.m. Saturday in Lawrence. Kansas coach David Beaty says his staff has focused on foundation. The Jayhawks’ last winless season came under first-year coach Chuck Mather.