Hasan Defense leads ratings in 38-22 loss at West Virginia

Kansas cornerback Hasan Defense (13) intercepts a pass in the end zone during intended for West Virginia wide receiver David Sills V (13) during the first half  of an NCAA college football game in Morgantown, W. Va., Saturday Oct. 6, 2018. (Craig Hudson/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP)

Kansas cornerback Hasan Defense (13) intercepts a pass in the end zone during intended for West Virginia wide receiver David Sills V (13) during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Morgantown, W. Va., Saturday Oct. 6, 2018. (Craig Hudson/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP) by Associated Press

1 - Hasan Defense: At halftime Defense had more interception return yards (88) than Kansas had total yards of offense (78). Defense returned his two picks 28 and 60 yards.

2 - Daniel Wise: Was absolutely on fire for the entire game, trying to beat his blocker through the whistle. Spent much of the day in the backfield and finished with 3.5 tackles for 18 yards in losses, two of them sacks for 13 yards.

3 - Khalil Herbert: Somewhat surprising that he didn’t get more carries given that he rushed for 291 yards against West Virginia last season. Only carried it six times and rushed for 46 yards (7.7 ypc), 31 on a touchdown run.

4 - Pooka Williams: Mountaineers first team to keep Pooka from popping a long one. Even so, he had a solid day, gaining 65 yards on 12 carries with a long of 16 yards. Was not thrown for any losses.

5 - Bryce Torneden: Led team with eight solo and five assists and was in on one tackle behind line of scrimmage.

6 - Davon Ferguson: Returned interception 12 yards and made three solo tackles.

7 - Brian Lipscomb: Made two tackles behind line of scrimmage for 9 yards in losses, one of them a 5-yard sack.

8 - Joe Dineen: Made eight solo tackles.

9 - J.J. Holmes: Recovered a fumble and was in on a tackle behind the line of scrimmage.10 -

10 - Kyron Johnson: Really quick getting to the quarterback, Johnson jarred Will Grier into fumbling and Holmes recovered. On another play, Johnson got to Grier, but couldn’t wrap him up and Grier rushed for a big gain.

SEASON STANDINGS

1 - Pooka Williams (45)

2 - Joe Dineen (39)

3 - Bryce Tornenden (33)

4 - Daniel Wise (25)

5 - Khalil Herbert (21)

6 - Kerr Johnson (13)

7t - Carter Stanley (11)

7t - Shak Taylor (11)

7t - Stephon Robinson (11)

7t - Jeremiah Booker (11)

11 - Keith Loneker (10)

12 - Mike Lee (9)

13 - Steven Sims (8)

14t - Gabriel Rui (7)

14t - Elmore Hempstead (7)

16 - Brian Lipscomb (6)

17t - Davon Ferguson (5)

17t - KeyShaun Simmons (5)

17t - Kyron Johnson (5)

20t - Ricky Thomas (4)

20t - Dom Williams (4)

22t - Kwamie Lassiter (3)

22t - Jeremiah McCullough (3)

22t - Osage Ogbebor (3)

22t - Kyle Thompson (3)

26t - J.J. Holmes (2)

26t - Miles Kendrick (2)

28t - Corione Harris (1)

28t - Andru Tovi (1)