3. Kansas football rushes for 3+ scores
This has stood true in two of KU’s four games. The Jayhawks’ rushing attack is what sets them apart from other teams. Despite the fact that Texas has allowed just one score on the ground through four weeks, I’m going to be bold and predict three Jayhawk running touchdowns.
Devin Neal is one of the most dynamic players in the conference, and Daniel Hishaw Jr. is a terrific change of pace back. Both players can break tackles and turn nothing into something. If Jalon Daniels struggles to throw, offensive coordinator Andy Kotelnicki is going to pound the ground.
Scoring even two rushing touchdowns against Texas will be difficult, considering they are tied for the second-best red zone defense in the country. However, if there is a team that can break that pattern, it is Kansas.