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Jayhawks out for turnaround in second season under Weis

Kansas head coach Charlie Weis watches from the sidelines during the second half of a Big 12 Conference football game against Iowa State at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence on Nov. 17, 2012.

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LAWRENCE — Charlie Weis spent most of last offseason talking about Dayne Crist, the former Notre Dame quarterback who transferred to Kansas and was supposed to lead a massive turnaround.
Weis spent most of the season talking about why it wasn’t happening. The Jayhawks stumbled to a 1-11 finish, and things went so poorly for Crist that he was ultimately benched.
Now, Weis is tempering expectations for another high-profile quarterback transfer.
Jake Heaps is No. 1 on the depth chart entering fall camp after spending last season running the scout team. He was forced to redshirt after leaving BYU, where ...

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