Kansas Football: Where even pretending to win a game goes awry


Only the really bad teams in college football experience so few opportunities to naturally celebrate a win that they have to dedicate time to practice how to act when they do. 

Only the really, really bad teams in college football can’t even get it right in practice.

Enter the Kansas Jayhawks.  Charlie Weis’ 1-3 team felt the need to get some experience early in the season on how to rush the field after a game-winning field goal.  Apparently they are so unfamiliar with the concept of their score being higher than the other team’s, they need some help getting prepared.  To no one’s surprise, they had to run it a few times to get it right:


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