Under Les Miles, the Kansas Jayhawks accomplished something it hadn’t in over a decade against Boston College Friday night.

The Jayhawks throttled the Eagles 48-24 giving Kansas its first Power 5 road win in over a decade. It lost an amazing 48 consecutive Power 5 road games before Friday night. In the win, Kansas rushed for 329 yards and three scores, not including a three-touchdown passing game by quarterback Carter Stanley.

Seriously, when did Miles start embracing offense?

Anyway, following the game, Miles told the team that it could stay in Boston and “go out on the town” after the victory, and he joked that he may have committed an NCAA violation during his postgame press conference.

The impressive road win comes a week after where Kansas scored just seven points in a brutal home loss against Coastal Carolina.