LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Jake Sharp scored three touchdowns
Saturday and Todd Reesing threw for 256 yards and another score,
leading No. 16 Kansas past Colorado 30-14.
The Jayhawks led only 16-14 after Cody Hawkins' 1-yard touchdown
run at the end of the third period. But Reesing quickly engineered
two scoring drives to salt away Kansas' 20th win in 23 games and
their 13th in a row at home.
It was the second hard-fought victory in two weeks over an
unranked opponent for Kansas, which has been having trouble
regaining the offensive command it rode to a 12-1 record in 2007.
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