Found October 29, 2011 on College Football Talk:
PLAYERS: Jaxon Shipley
TEAMS: Texas Longhorns
Texas will have to go the  second half against Kansas — and up 33-0, you can imagine how hard that must be — without one of their best receivers in Jaxon Shipley. Shipley sustained a knee injury in the first half against the Jayhawks and hasn’t come back out on to the field. UT officials…

Knee injury to Shipley doesn’t appear serious

Texas didn’t seem to be be missing freshman wide receiver Jaxon Shipley too much in the second half of last night’s game against Kansas. The Longhorns were already leading the Jayhawks 26-0 and went on to shutout KU 43-0 while racking up nearly 600 yards of offense to Kansas’ 46 (yep). Still, the knee injury sustained…

Texas defense historically good against Kansas

AUSTIN, Texas Mack Brown is 60 years old. He played his first college football game in 1969, coached his first one in 1973 and head-coached his 334th on Saturday. He saw something new. Kansas ran 36 plays. Somebody asked Brown if he could remember ever seeing such a thing. "I can't," he said. The Jayhawks gained 46 yards on those 36 plays, which was also historic...

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