It finally happened. For the first time since Sept. 12, 2009, the Kansas Jayhawks have won a football game away from Lawrence.
Kansas defeated Central Michigan on Saturday, 31-7. Peyton Bender and Pooka Williams Jr. led the charge on offense, and the defense came up with four interceptions, including a 55-yard pick-six by Shakai Taylor.
The streak is finally over, after 46 straight losses, and Twitter rejoiced accordingly.
Live look at me as Kansas Football snaps a 46 game road losing streak dating back to 2009: pic.twitter.com/cRxNYuhp50
— Michael Ten Eyck® (@Mike10ike) September 8, 2018
Kansas players frantically flipping through playbook as coordinator calls a "QB Kneel"
— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) September 8, 2018
🚨KANSAS FOOTBALL HAS WON A GAME ON THE ROAD🚨 pic.twitter.com/rLp9jFZ6hX
— Dean Straka (@DWStraka49) September 8, 2018
Kansas wins a football game away from Lawrence! pic.twitter.com/grHN1tFIuV
— Brad Hallier (@bhallier) September 8, 2018
— The Ten12 Podcast (@Ten12Podcast) September 8, 2018
Kansas won. On the road. The universal correction that results from this will be a doozy.
— Ouroboros Fox (@RickHernon) September 8, 2018
Now it’s time to break another streak next weekend.
Next up for Kansas? Breaking a 40-game road losing streak in Big 12 play. Last conference road win came against Iowa State on Oct. 4, 2008.
— CollegeFootballTalk (@CFTalk) September 8, 2018