Kansas beats No. 6 Oklahoma 38-33 behind 4 rushing TDs 

Kansas rushed for four touchdowns and Oklahoma couldn’t find one more answer as the Jayhawks beat the Sooners 38-33 on Saturday afternoon. 

Jayhawks running back Daniel Hishaw had two rushing scores while running back Devin Neal and quarterback Jason Bean each had one. Kansas ran for 225 yards, the most that Oklahoma has allowed in a game this season. 

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Kansas entered the fourth quarter trailing 27-26. Hishaw ran in a 1-yard score to give the Jayhawks a brief 32-27 lead with 12:25 remaining. 

Oklahoma quarterback Dillon Gabriel dashed for his third rushing touchdown of the day with 5:22 left on the clock. Gabriel’s three rushing touchdowns are a career high. 

Sooners defensive lineman Ethan Downs came up with an interception of Bean on the ensuing drive. The Jayhawks had completed a key fourth and four on the drive, and Oklahoma’s interception came at its own 49-yard line. 

Kansas forced a big three-and-out after Oklahoma couldn’t run for another first down. The Sooners punted, and the Jayhawks took over possession at their own 20-yard line with less than two minutes to go. 

Bean had passes of 17 and 37 yards to set the Jayhawks up in favorable position at the Sooners’ 9-yard line. Neal ran in the go-ahead score from nine yards out with 55 seconds left on the board. 

Oklahoma wasn’t out of the game, however, as Gabriel made several big completions of his own for 19 and 39 yards to put the Sooners on the doorstep of the red zone. 

But Kansas’ defense made the stops and sealed the win. 

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Bean finished with 218 passing yards, two interceptions, 62 rushing yards and a score. Neal had 112 rushing yards and Hishaw had 51. 

Gabriel had 167 passing yards and an interception. He had 64 yards on the ground while running back Tawee Walker had a game-high 146 rushing yards.