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Kansas faces Oklahoma State in the final game of the season. (Updated with post game articles)

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We made it too easy (KU Sports)
In a football season with few bright spots, Kansas University's Curtis Ansel provided a lighthearted moment Saturday when he threw an underarm lob 23 yards on a fake punt.

Ku makes it easy for OSU
They gave up touchdowns on a blocked punt and a fumble return, surrendered six TDs through the air and yielded three of them to a single receiver in a little more than 16 minutes.

Kansas completes 0-for-Big-12 run (Wichita Eagle)
At least Kansas' defense was consistent to the end. In a season that saw the Jayhawks give up a school-record 507 points, they were like so many clay pigeons for Oklahoma State quarterback Josh Fields to use as target practice Saturday.

Oklahoma routs Kansas (KC Star)
Mark Mangino's line will probably be busy today. So don't even bother calling. Please don't take it personally, but Mangino's got no time to rehash Kansas' 55-20 loss to Oklahoma State Saturday. No time for interviews, and no time for alumni critiques of his first season as the Jayhawks' head football coach.

Jayhawks crushed by Cowboys (KU Sports)
Here is an encapsulation of Kansas' 2002 season: punter Curtis Ansel completed a 23-yard UNDERHAND pass to Greg Heaggans off a fake punt, but on the very next play Clark Green fumbled the ball - OSU's Terrence Robinson scooped up the ball and rumbled 93 yards for a Cowboy touchdown.

Pre Game Stories

Jayhawks hoping to salvage pride (Hawk Zone)
A week from Thursday, Greg Cole will be sitting around with his folks, having a nice chat after a nice meal on a nice Thanksgiving Day. This isn't where the Kansas senior linebacker hoped to be spending his holiday.

Seniors hopeful for win in season finale (KC Star)
For the Kansas Jayhawks, today's showdown with Oklahoma State is all about waving goodbye. Not just to a dismal season, but to the 18 seniors who had to endure it.

For Letourneau, eyes have it
Future optometrist, nephew will meet on field today


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