Kansas entered Saturday’s game with Oklahoma a 38.5-point underdog to the Sooners.

Apparently, nobody told them.

Heading into halftime, the Jayhawks lead the Sooners 10-0.

At the 5:45 mark of the first quarter, Kansas freshman running back Devin Neal scored on a 1-yard touchdown run to put the Jayhawks on the board first. The score resulted in the Jayhawks having their first lead over a ranked team in 7 years.

Oklahoma’s normally potent, and explosive offense was held to just 4 first downs in the first half and a shocking 78 total yards. The Sooners only held the ball on offense for 8 minutes, and converted on 1-of-3 third down attempts.

On the other side of the ball, Kansas racked up 195 yards on the Sooners defense, put up 12 first downs and had a 22:00 time of possession.

Buckle up, because this is bound to be an exciting second half.