Posted January 19, 2013 on
LonghornDigest.com breaks down Texas's big Saturday showdown with the visiting Kansas Jayhawks.
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For a time, it looked bad for the Kansas Jayhawks. They had fallen behind 11 points and couldn’t make a shot or stop turning the ball over. The unfathomable thought of losing at Texas was starting to become a reality.
His one season at Kansas didn't go as planned, but that doesn't mean former Notre Dame and KU quarterback, Dayne Crist, has given up on trying to make a career playing football. After a season that saw him lose his starting job while completing just 47.7% of his passes and throwing only four touchdown passes against nine interceptions, Crist had a strong showing Saturday...
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Ben McLemore has returned to practice after an ankle sprain and the leading scorer for No. 4 Kansas expects to play at Texas on Saturday.
Jayhawks coach Bill Self said Thursday that McLemore is "going to be close to 100 percent" against the Longhorns (8-8, 0-3 Big 12). The freshman is averaging 16.4 points, second best in the Big 12.