Kansas delivered a memorable upset of Oklahoma State on Saturday, and the Jayhawks celebrated with fans storming the field.

But since the Jayhawks lowered the goalposts, they weren’t taken down and carried out of the stadium like Tennessee fans did last month after the win over Alabama. On Sunday after the big win over the Crimson Tide, Tennessee solicited a fundraising campaign to pay for new goalposts, and Kansas remembered that during its celebration.

“No GoFundMe needed,” the Jayhawks posted to social media.

The Jayhawks are bowl eligible for the first time since 2008 when they made the Orange Bowl and beat Virginia Tech. The Jayhawks are 6-3 overall and 3-3 in the Big 12.

Devin Neal led the Jayhawks and ran for 224 yards and a touchdown and had 110 receiving yards, as Kansas won 37-16 on Saturday.

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