By Ryan Aber, Staff Writer, raber@oklahoman.comJayhawks get physical When Baker-mayfield/' title='Baker Mayfield News'>Baker Mayfield hit Dimitri Flowers for a 30-yard gain in the final minute of the first half, it still looked like it could be difficult for the Sooners to score before time ran out. But Kansas cornerback Hasan Defense hit Mayfield late, drawing a personal foul call and left Sooners coach Lincoln Riley surprised it wasn't reviewed for targeting. But that penalty — and a...

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