Kansas football: Highs and lows from the 2019-20 season

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Low: The final third of the season

The last four games the Jayhawks played in the 2019 season weren’t ideal. After all of the hype Kansas football had built up against Texas and Texas Tech, the Jayhawks laid an egg against in-state rival Kansas State in front of a sold-out David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.

The Jayhawks followed up their embarrassing loss to Kansas State with a 31-13 loss on the road against Oklahoma State in a game that wasn’t even that close. Amazingly, three different Kansas quarterback threw an interception against the Cowboys.

The only competitive game the Jayhawks played in their final four was against Iowa State on the road. In a game they actually led in the fourth quarter, Kansas football gave themselves a chance to win late, but couldn’t keep pace with the high power Iowa State offense. The Cyclones would go on to beat Kansas 41-31.

Finally, Kansas wrapped up the season at home against top-ten Baylor. The outcome was disastrous for the Jayhawks, who got blown out 61-6 by the Bears.

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It was an up and down season for Kansas football, with a lot of great moments, and also some not so great moments. The future is bright for this team and the coaches, and next season should be fun. The Jayhawks are Coming!