LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Calvin Jones set school records with 294 yards and six touchdowns Saturday, helping No. 11 Nebraska rally from a 17- point deficit to a 59-23 victory over Kansas.
The Cornhuskers, 7-1-1 and 4-0-1 in the Big Eight, trailed 20-17 at halftime but scored touchdowns on its first seven possessions of the second half to turn a tight game into a rout.
Jones rushed for 208 second-half yards and scored touchdowns on runs of 9, 1, 68 and 11 yards.
Meanwhile, a Kansas offense that had accumulated 253 yards in the first half struggled. The Jayhawks scored only once, on a 52-yard field goal by Dan Eichloff.
Nebraska's George Achola relieved Jones early in the fourth quarter and scored the Cornhuskers last two touchdowns.
Jones, filling in for an injured Derek Brown, broke the Nebraska school record of 285 yards set by Mike Rozier in 1983. His six touchdowns were a Nebraska and Big Eight record.
Kansas, 5-4 and 2-3 in the league, took a commanding advantage early in the game by turning a blocked Nebraska punt into a 19-yard field goal and scoring touchdowns on plays of 50 and 34 yards.
With the Jayhawks leading 17-0 after one quarter, Jones answered for Nebraska with touchdowns from 3 and 47 yards out and Byron Bennett added a 47-yard field goal to quickly tie the game.
Kansas, however, drove 76 yards to the Nebraska 14, where Eichloff kicked a 31-yard field goal to put Kansas on top 20-17 at halftime.