More than anything, this reveals KU ready to return to normal despite the brutal pandemic . . .
"Fans who came in at the half are most likely unhappy with the loss while fans who stayed the whole game may be relishing in the halftime success."
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KU just opened their stadium doors to anyone. After the Jayhawks shut out No. 3 Oklahoma 10-0 in the first half, the university decided to open the doors at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. They notified their students through email and posted on social media that anyone could show up.
LAWRENCE - Kansas football's 2021 regular season continued Saturday with a Big 12 Conference matchup at home against No. 2 Oklahoma. The Jayhawks (1-6, 0-4 in Big 12) came in search of their first conference victory of the season, as they looked to end a five-game losing streak.
Former NFL ref, rules analyst: Controversial play in Kansas-Oklahoma should have been considered 'dead'
LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) --- The Kansas Jayhawks nearly pulled off the biggest upset of the college football season against the Oklahoma Sooners. Jayhawk fans and others rooting for the upset will point to a 4th-and-1 call that went against KU's way. Up 28-23, the Sooners went for it from their own 46-yard line.