Ryan Jastram kicked two field goals and North Dakota State's defense smothered Kansas in a season-opening 6-3 victory Saturday night.
The first-ever victory for the FCS Bison over a current member
of the Big 12 spoiled the coaching debut of Kansas' Turner Gill.
Jastram snapped a 3-3 tie with a 32-yard field goal at the 8:04
mark of the third quarter.
Kansas struggled throughout on offense and switched to backup quarterback Jordan Webb in the second half. The hopes for Kansas
faded on its next-to-last possession when Tim Biere fumbled at the
Kansas 36 following a reception and a big hit by Daniel Eaves.
Courtesy: Associated Press
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