In a game at Memorial Stadium, Big 12 member Kansas had its hands full during the first half against Missouri Valley’s South Dakota State.
Trailing most of the game, Kansas kept the Jackrabbits relatively quiet.
However trying to comeback in the second half, posting only 14 points to South Dakota State’s 31 in the first two quarters, Kansas made one of Saturday’s first bloopers of week one, fumbling a ball that was supposedly intended for a spiked ball to freeze the clock.
Kansas lost because they fumbled a spike snap: http://t.co/CGr2pTOJEP
— SB Nation (@SBNation) September 5, 2015
Game Summary – Kansas vs. South Dakota State
First Downs: 24 SDSU, 30 Kansas
Total Yards: 464 SDSU, 577 Kansas
3rd Down Efficiency: 5-15 SDSU, 7-15 Kansas
4th Down Efficiency: 2-2 SDSU, 4-5 Kansas
SDSU QB Zach Lujan
17-33, 291 yards, 3 TD
SDSU RB Isaac Wallance
24 rushes, 121 yards, TD
Kansas RB Ke’aun Kinner
27 rushes, 156 yards, 2 TD
SDSU WR Jake Wieneke
8 receptions, 158 yards, 2 TD