Run and Shoot: Kansas mounting a comeback?

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Kansas mounting a comeback?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas just marched 57 yards in 1:27 to cut the Missouri lead to 12 points.

Thanks to a phenomenal catch by quarterback-turned-receiver Kerry Meier on the left sideline, Kansas kept its drive - and its Big 12 Championship hopes - alive. After yielding a 43-yard field goal to fall behind by 19 points, Kansas put its offense into gear and scored quickly.

The scoring play was a 10-yard pass from Todd Reesing to wide receiver Dexton Fields.

Kansas is in desperation mode now, needing to get the Tiger offense off of the field and strike in quick fashion to trim the 31-21 advantage.

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