KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Todd Reesing threw a touchdown pass to Todd Meier with 27 seconds left to give Kansas a 40-37 win over No.
12 Missouri on Saturday.
The Tigers will still play for the Big 12 title, but they'll do
so coming off a hard-fought loss to their border rivals.
The Jayhawks (7-5, 4-4 Big 12) led by 16 early in the third
quarter, let Missouri (10-2, 6-2) back in it, then traded
touchdowns with the Tigers in the fourth quarter before Reesing hit
Reesing finished 37-for-51 for 375 yards with two interceptions,
throwing two touchdown passes to Meier and one each to Dezmon
Briscoe and Dexton Fields.
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