How did we do historically against an unbeaten 10 win team? And what were their stats?
Here are the games and scores KU played and the opponents' W-L
C MICH:52-7 they are currently 5-0 (6-4)
S LOUI: 62-0 they are currently 1-5 (2-8)
TOL: 45-13 they are currently 3-3 (5-5)
FIU: 55-3 they are currently 0-4 (0-9)
KSU: 30-24 they are currently 3-4 (5-5)
BU: 58-10 they are currently 0-7 (3-8)
CU: 19-14 they are currently 3-4 (5-6)
ATM: 19-11 they are currently 3-4 (6-5)
NEB: 76-39 they are currently 2-5 (5-6)
OSU: 43-28 they are currently 3-3 (5-5)
This is probably posted on a different thread, but Kansas has only ONE win against a team with a conference record of above 500.
[quote=clonomaniac;242846]How did we do historically against an unbeaten 10 win team? And what were their stats?
I quickly glanced over some past opponents and scores going back to about 1980. I only saw once when played a team that was "10-0" at the time we played them... That was 1994 vs Nebraska, we lost 28-12. Several times however we've played 9-0, 8-0 teams...
So historically it hasn't been a blowout.. that's good news.
I hope the coaching staff show the players the Kansas game from a few years back when we decided to take a knee with 1.04 min remaining in the 4th quarter. I will never forgive DMac coaching staff for losing confidence over Bret Meyer's ability to make plays.
I was at that 1994 Nebraska game. It was even closer than that score I think. We were on our way to 0-10-1 that year and we played our guts out. It was 14-12 at one point, and they added on a late score I think (as NU usually does).
It was really loud in there and an awesome atmosphere.
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