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Texas Vs. Kansas Score: Longhorns Shutting Out Jayhawks At The Half, Lead 26-0

The Texas Longhorn defense is pitching a shutout at the half against the Kansas Jayhawks and has allowed a mere 10 total yards of offense for Kansas. Kansas has thrown one pick, but their offense has yet to have the ball on offense much as Texas has dominated the time of possession 25 minutes to five minutes.

Texas has converted 9-of-11 third down conversions which is a reason why for the time of possession disparity, and include that Kansas has had only one out of five drives that was not a three-and-out. The latest drive went three plays but Jordan Webb threw an interception and that interception led to a Texas field goal to end the half.

Running back Malcolm Brown is having a big game and scored his second touchdown on the day in the second quarter and eclipsed the 100 yard mark and has 103 yards at the half. Foswhitt Whittaker is also having a good game running the ball with 50 yards so far with a long of 27 yards.

Quarterback David Ash has been efficient by completing 12-of-16 passes for 105 yards and has one interception.

For more on the Texas Longhorns check out Burnt Orange Nation and for Kansas Jayhawk coverage head over to Rock Chalk Talk.

Photographs by jamesbrandon, jdtornow, phlezk, flygraphix, mcdlttx, tomasland, and literalbarrage used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.