How quickly a game can turn. After KU scored late in the first half cutting the KSU lead to 28-14, momentum looked to be turning to allow the Hawks to have a chance to get back into the game. A long pass led to a KSU field goal as the first half ended, Tyler Lockett returned the opeing kick of the 2nd half for a TD, and Collin Klien punched his 4th rushing TD after a KU fumble…all in less than 2 minutes of total game time. At that point the Cats lead had exploded to 31 points, sending the KU fans to the exits in what would turn into a 59-21 blow out of Kansas in the Sunflower Showdown. After 4 straight wins of 7 or fewer points, the Cats cruised to an easy win to again claim the Governer’s Cup. Highlights, plus interviews with Bill Snyder, Collin Klien, Tre Walker, Emmanuel Lamur, David Garrett, Jordan Voelker, and Clyde Aufner, and analysis from the staff of Powercat Gameday are all part of our video wrap up.