Nov 3, 2012; Waco, TX, USA; Kansas Jayhawks quarterback Michael Cummings (14) drops back to pass during the game against the Baylor Bears at Floyd Casey Stadium. The Bears defeated the Jayhawks 41-14. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-US PRESSWIRE

Kansas Football: 3 Ways to Defeat Texas Tech

On Saturday, Kansas and Texas Tech square off in Lubbock, Texas. Here are three ways for Kansas to win the game, and end a seven-game losing streak.

1. Run the Ball: Rushing the ball for Kansas, will take the pressure of freshman quarterback Michael Cummings and keep the Texas Tech offense off the field. If James Sims, Tony Pierson, and Taylor Cox can work in tandem, and keep Red Raiders quarterback Seth Doege off the field, then Kansas has a chance.

2. Force Doege into early throws: Doege is having a great senior season, already with 31 touchdowns. Oklahoma and Kansas State were both able to slow down Doege in earlier games this year with a steady stream of pressure. Keeping the quarterback off balance works wonders to slow down the unit.

3. No turnovers: Kansas, like every other team is a different team when they don’t turn the ball over. Last week, two interceptions from Cummings brought down the team. Win the turnover battle, and the chances of winning the game increase.


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