Freshmen tailbacks Malcolm Brown and Joe
Bergeron combined for 255 yards rushing and four touchdowns as
Texas ended a five-game home losing streak in the Big 12 with a
43-0 romp over Kansas on Saturday night.
Texas rushed for 441 yards as a team against the worst defense
in the country. Brown reached the 100-yard mark by halftime and his
635 yards this season already are the most by a Texas player since
Freshman quarterback David Ash got his second consecutive start
for Texas (5-2, 2-2 Big 12), which ended a two-game losing skid and
got its first home Big 12 win since beating Kansas on Nov. 21,
Kansas (2-6, 0-5) has lost six in a row, putting more pressure
on second-year coach Turner Gill, who is 5-15 with the Jayhawks,
who had just three first downs and 46 total yards.
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