Briscoe finished with nine catches for 115 yards.It marked his fifth 100+ yard game of the season and his 17th-straight game with multiple catches.With this performance, he matches former KU players Marcus Henry (2007) and Bob Johnson (1983) for the KU single season record.
Briscoe increased his career reception total to112which places him seventh on the all-time list ahead of Harrison Hill.
Briscoe (1,587)became the 11th player in KU history with at least 1,500 career receiving yards.His 1,091receiving yards this season also make him just the fourth player in KU history with 1,000 receiving yards in a season.
Senior LB James Holt recovered a Colt McCoy fumble in the first quarter for his second fumble recovery of the year.
Senior WR Dexton Fields hauled in his 14th career TD reception to tie Brandon Rideau on the all-time KU list.Fields has two catches in the last four games, both for touchdowns.
Kansas’ seven points is the lowest point total for the Jayhawks since losing to Oklahoma 19-3 in 2005.