The Texas Longorns not only shutout the Kansas Jayhawks, but they completely shutdown the Kansas offense by only allowing 48 total yards. Forty-six yards were through the air and minus two on the ground, and even taking away sack yardage Kansas would have gained nine yards on the ground.
Texas dominated the time of possession using their running game and ended up with a 45 minute to 15 minute advantage, and ended up rushing for 441 yards on the ground. Two players had over 100 yards on the ground with Joe Bergeron leading the way with 136 yards and two touchdowns and then Malcolm Brown who had 103 yards in the first half had a light second half and finished with 119 yards and two scores on the evening.
For a better look of how dominant Texas was over Kansas here is the stats comparison.
This was easily the best performance on the year for Texas who are now back at .500 in Big 12 play at 2-2 and are 5-2 overall. Next week Texas faces the Texas Tech Red Raiders at home.
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