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Jayhawks’ quarterback race open as spring football begins

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LAWRENCE — There will not be an anointed quarterback under center at Kansas this spring.
Sure, there’s still a high-profile transfer competing for the starting job, and sure, there’s a good chance that T.J. Millweard will ultimately earn it. But for the first time in two years in charge, coach Charlie Weis is letting the competition play out.
So, Millweard will find himself competing with Jake Heaps, the starter early last season, and Montell Cozart, the talented sophomore who eventually took over the starting job, when the Jayhawks take the field Thursday for their first practice of spring ...

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