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Quarterback issues, losses plague Jayhawks once again

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LAWRENCE — The highly touted transfer was standing on the sideline, his hands on his hips, watching a younger, more athletic quarterback settling under center for the first time.
Only this time, it wasn’t Dayne Crist standing on the Kansas sideline. It was Jake Heaps.
Yes, there’s a case of deja vu surrounding the Jayhawks this season, as if everything has played out once before: The once-highly regarded prospect heads to the Heartland, joins Charlie Weis in an attempt to resurrect his career — not to mention the Jayhawks’ football fortunes — and then has everything unravel by the midway point ...

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