|First contested||November 12, 1892|
Kansas 12, Nebraska 0
|Number of meetings||117|
|Most recent meeting||November 13, 2010|
Nebraska 20, Kansas 3
|All-time series||Nebraska leads, 91–23–3|
|Largest victory||Nebraska, 70–0 (1986)|
|Longest win streak||Nebraska, 36 (1969–2004)|
Script error The Kansas–Nebraska football rivalry was an American college football rivalry between the Kansas Jayhawks and Nebraska Cornhuskers. The rivalry dissolved when Nebraska left the Big 12 Conference for the Big Ten Conference.
The rivalry was a border rivalry, and was one of the longest non-interrupted rivalries in college football with 105 straight games. The last game was played on November 13, 2010. Nebraska won 20–3. This was the final game of the 105 annual game streak.
During the 2010–14 NCAA conference realignment, Kansas was one of six schools in the Big 12 that sought to move to the Big Ten Conference, along with Iowa State, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas A&M, but Nebraska was the only team who successfully moved to the Big Ten. (Missouri and Texas A&M left the Big 12 in 2012 for the Southeastern Conference, while Kansas, Oklahoma, and Iowa State remained in the Big 12)
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