This will be one halftime lead Texas A&M hangs on to easily.
The second quarter isn't even half over, and the Aggies lead Kansas, 37-0.
The Jayhawks took big steps forward in near misses against Iowa State and Baylor in past weeks, but that clearly hasn't continued.
Oklahoma State delivered two of the worst beatings in Big 12 play this year, leading KU 56-7 at the half and leading Texas Tech 49-0 in wins that eventually become 70-28 and 66-6 final scores, respectively.
Look for a similar result in this one. It could even be worse.
Kansas is having issues dealing with Texas A&M blitzes -- Jordan Webb's already taken a free shot to his ribs by a defender and later threw a rushed interception to set up the latest score - -and defensively, hasn't had any answer for Texas A&M's offense.
The Aggies have 234 yards and 37 points on just 20 plays from scrimmage. Ryan Tannehill has one incompletion in 11 attempts and Cyrus Gray is averaging better than 10 yards a carry on his eight carries.
The Aggies are dominating and it's going to be a long day for the Jayhawks.