LAWRENCE, Kan. -- 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 of the season.
Crist, who transferred to Kansas from Notre Dame for his senior season, was benched in favor of Michael Cummings last year. And now it's Heaps, who transferred from BYU, who is suddenly under pressure from freshman quarterback Montell Cozart to hold onto his job.
Weis ripped the redshirt off Cozart in Saturday's 34-19 loss to Oklahoma, when Heaps proved to be ineffect...