Oct. 13, 2007
Final Stats |
No. 20 KANSAS (6-0, 2-0) 58, BAYLOR (3-4, 0-3) 10
Memorial Stadium Lawrence, Kan.
Kickoff delayed 98 minutes due to inclement weather and lightning.
Game delayed 32 minutes at the 4:06 mark of the second quarter due to lightning.
Baylor leads the all-time series 5-3; including a 3-2 edge since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
The home team has won all six meetings as Big 12 opponents.
Baylor opens Big 12 play 0-3 for the first time since starting 0-4 in 2004.
Baylor is 200-196-21 all-time in October, including a 5-15 mark under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 46-49-4 all-time on the second Saturday of October, including a 7-7 mark on Oct. 13.
Baylor is 10-12-2 all-time when 3-3, including a 6-9-1 mark when following a loss and a 3-4-1 record with a two-game losing streak.
Baylor is 41-150-6 all-time against ranked opponents, 26-131-5 when unranked and playing a ranked opponent.
Baylor is 8-27 all-time against Big 12 North opponents, including a 5-9 record under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-30 when trailing at halftime under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-21 when the opponent scores first under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-24 in day games under Morriss.
Baylor is 13-22 on artificial turf under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-20 in white jerseys under Morriss, 6-11 in white pants, 3-7 in white-on-white and 6-11 in green helmets.
Baylor's defense failed to force a turnover for the first time this season.
Kansas' sack midway through the third quarter was the first allowed by Baylor's offensive line since the Buffalo game, ending a streak of 114 consecutive pass plays without a sack.
Baylor has held its opponent without a first-quarter offensive touchdown in 19 of the last 29 games.
Most first-half points allowed (31) by Baylor's defense since last year's Oklahoma State game (38).
Most points Baylor has ever allowed to Kansas.
Largest margin of defeat since 2005 against Texas (62-0).
Tied for 10th-largest margin of defeat in a conference game all-time at Baylor.
RB Brandon Whitaker moved into eighth place on Baylor's career receptions list (93).
QB Blake Szymanski moved into seventh place on Baylor's single-season passing yardage list (1,934).
Szymanski moved into fifth place on Baylor's single-season passing completions list (170).
WR David Gettis' third-quarter, 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was Baylor's first since Shaun Rochon's against Oklahoma in 2005.
Gettis' kickoff return was the seventh longest in school history.
QB Ryan Roberts saw the first action of his career.