Saturday was tiebreaker time for Kansas University quarterback Montell Cozart, and the sophomore who entered Week Three with just five career starts leaned a little more toward his good performance in the season-opening win over SEMO than the bad one he put up in a Week Two loss at Duke.
That was the idea all week. And that was the reason for the offensive game plan KU coach Charlie Weis called “conservative” and Cozart called just fine with him.
“It felt real good just to get some completions,” said Cozart, who finished 23-of-33 passing one week after completing just 11 passes in 27 attempts for 89 yards against Duke. “I told you guys earlier in the week that I just wanted to get the ball to our playmakers, and I did that.”
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