Kansas football took down Texas, 57-56, in overtime on Saturday.
Yes, you read that correctly.
And this was a football game, to be clear.
Saturday marked Kansas’ first Big 12 win since 2008 against Iowa State, and it sure was a game to remember.
Kansas led by multiple touchdowns through much of the second half before allowing a game-tying touchdown in the final minutes, which sent the game to overtime at 49-all.
Texas started with the ball in overtime and quickly scored a touchdown, taking a 56-49 lead. After a Kansas touchdown made the score 56-55, Jayhawks coach Lance Leipold opted to play it aggressive and go for the win rather than a tying extra point. Kansas quarterback Jalon Daniels scrambled and found Jared Casey in the end zone for the winning two-point conversion.
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This article originally appeared on Topeka Capital-Journal: The best reactions to Kansas’ huge upset at Texas, 57-56