October 6, 2007
Kansas rolls on offense, moves to 5-0
It was the Jayhawks first road game and it was a big game against their in-state rivals. Once they were able to get settled into the environment on the road in Manhattan they started seeing positive results.
The first pass Todd Reesing threw was intercepted by Kansas State defensive back Chris Carney. But once Reesing got in the flow of the game the Jayhawks offense started clicking en route to a 30-24 victory over the Wildcats.
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