Run and Shoot: The Jayhawks strike first

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The Jayhawks strike first

LAWRENCE, Kan. - As has been the case often this season, Kansas found its way onto the scoreboard first.

The Jayhawks stalled on their first drive but forced the Cyclones to punt. Starting from their 18-yard line, the Jayhawks marched downfield with a mix of runs and passes, including a scamper by quarterback Todd Reesing to convert on fourth-and-four. Two plays after the fourth-down conversion, Reesing found wide receiver Dexton Fields for a 17-yard touchdown. The biggest block of the drive came from wide receiver Dezmon Briscoe, who sealed off an Iowa State cornerback on Fields' touchdown.

The Jayhawks are set to get the ball back after forcing an Iowa State three-and-out with 4:24 to play in the first quarter.

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