Garcia’s walk-off field goal lifts Texas Tech over No. 16 Kansas 

Gino Garcia made a 30-yard field goal as time expired to help Texas Tech upset No. 16 Kansas 16-13 on Saturday afternoon. 

The Red Raiders had shut out Kansas through the first three quarters. After putting up 140 yards of offense through that span, the Jayhawks came alive in the final frame. 

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Kansas amassed 204 yards of offense in the fourth quarter and roared back from a 13-0 deficit. Jayhawks running back Devin Neal broke open Kansas’ scoring with a 60-yard dash to score and make it 13-7. 

Kansas made a crucial third and 7 stop to regain possession, and after an 11-play, 71-yard drive Jayhawks kicker Seth Keller hit a 24-yard field goal with 4:42 left to play. 

After another scoreless possession for Texas Tech resulting in a punt, the Jayhawks converted four first downs including a key 17-yard reception by receiver Quentin Skinner on third and 2. 

The Jayhawks marched to Texas Tech’s 3-yard line, and Keller made another field goal from 22 yards out to tie the game at 13 apiece with 25 seconds left. 

Texas Tech only needed three plays to set itself up in field goal position after quarterback Behren Morton connected on passes of 16, 14 and 33 yards to move to the Jayhawks 12-yard line. 

Garcia kicked in the game-winning field goal, and the win sealed Texas Tech’s second-straight victory. 

Kansas outgained Texas Tech 344 yards to 312. Jayhawks quarterback Jason Bean saw limited action and went 1-of-4 while Cole Ballard went 9-of-20 for 124 yards. 

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Neal finished with 137 rushing yards. 

Morton had a 76% completion with 176 yards and an interception. Running back Tahj Brooks had 133 rushing yards and a touchdown.