Kansas University again might be searching for the right man to quarterback the Jayhawks, but you’d never know it from talking to the top three contenders for the job.
Sophomore starter Montell Cozart (62-of-125 passing for 693 yards, 5 TDs and 7 interceptions in five games) and back-ups Michael Cummings (9-of-19 for 71 yards) and T.J. Millweard (1-of-1 for 4 yards) spoke with the media before Wednesday’s practice, and instead of sounding like a trio stressed out about the competition, they sounded a lot more like a group of family members trying to fix a problem.
“We’re just trying to go into practice to put our offense in the best position to be successful,” said Cozart, who started the first four games of 2014 but was benched for the second half last week. “(Tuesday) at practice, going in and out, coming off, Mike asked me questions, and when I come out, he gave me advice, and T.J., as well. We’re all kind of counting on one another to build off of and learn.”
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