After a horrible start for the Jayhawks, Jake Heaps came into the game and played brilliantly in the second quarter to give Kansas a shot going into half time only trailing 21-10.
After starting the game on the bench, Heaps came in with the Jayhawks already in a deep hole.
As good as Heaps has been, dropped passes have already been a huge issue for Kansas. One such drop ended a drive deep in Wildcat territory and the Jayhawks had to settle for a field goal.
Heaps is 9-for-16 passing for 93 yards and a massive touchdown pass to Jimmay Mundine on a fourth-and-2 for the first Jayhawk score of the game.
Of the seven incompletions by Heaps, at least three were drops. For the Jayhawks to have any chance in the second half they need to make a play on every catchable ball.