If you watched the first two Kansas games this year, you probably expected this. I could go into detail explaining how this unfolded, but I think this sums it up pretty well: KU's first three drives netted four total yards. By the time that was done it was already 17-0. The Jayhawks were simply incapable of moving the ball until late in the 3rd quarter when any trace of Oklahoma State's first team defense was out.
It was 31-0 at halftime, and the result was 47-7. KU gave up 593 yards while putting up 193, but most of that 193 was gaining chunks of yardage against OSU's scrubs. Jalon Daniels didn't accomplish much early and quickly got hurt, which led to Miles Kendrick coming in at QB. They should have just run the wildcat the rest of the way, as he went 11/19 for 90 yards with no touchdowns and one interception.
This team (and let's be honest, this program) is not good. Their next loss will come in two weeks at West Virginia.