NOBODY loses 57 conference road games in a row. Not even Kansas.
The Jayhawks smashed the previous NCAA record for consecutive conference road losses set by Sewanee College (now a D3 football program), a university in Tennessee that lost 44 road games from 1931-39. Fun fact, Sewanee was actually a charter member of the SEC, but withdrew from the conference and D1 after the 1940 season. And just in case you were wondering, the previous record by a current D1 member was held by Baylor at 38 in a row from 1995-2005. If we’re honest, this is likely an unbreakable record, right up there with DiMaggio, 1953-57 OU football, or 1971-74 UCLA basketball.