LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas quarterback Jake Heaps could be forgiven if he experienced a ``here we go again'' kind of moment when he arrived home last Saturday night.
After beating a lower-division team in their season opener, the Jayhawks were leading Rice in the second half when things went haywire. Just like last year, the result was a stinging defeat that left Kansas sitting at 1-1 as it heads into Week 3 of the season.
The Jayhawks play Louisiana Tech on Saturday.
The Bulldogs also will be trying to get on track at Memorial Stadium. They lost to North Carolina State and then beat Lamar before a letdown last week against Tulane. They led that game at halftime before fading in the second half.
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