Kansas' 17-point halftime lead is largest after two quarters vs. any FBS school since 2014
Rutgers is traveling to Kansas to take on the Jayhawks on Saturday.
The first half was really quite entertaining. Fumbles, a hurdling RB, multiple pick-sixes and a blocked field goal being returned for a TD started things off.
The Scarlet Knights and Jayhawks haven’t exactly been dominant in recent history, and so when Kansas held a 31-14 lead at halftime, a fairly embarrassing statistic surfaced.
Kansas' 31-14 lead on Rutgers after two quarters is its largest halftime lead over FBS team since it was up on Iowa State 24-7 on Nov. 8, 2014.
— CollegeFootballTalk (@CFTalk) September 15, 2018
The 17-point lead that Kansas held going into halftime was the most it has had after two quarters on any FBS opponent since 2014. That’s pretty bad.
Since that Iowa State game took place in 2014, Kansas has played 37 FBS opponents prior to the game against Rutgers.
Again, this statistic is pretty embarrassing. The only team that should feel worse right about now is Rutgers.