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 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Former five-star quarterback Jake Heaps, wide receiver Andrew Turzilli and running back Darrian Miller have left the Kansas football, coach Charlie Weis announced Friday.
Turzilli graduated in May and Heaps will graduate at the end of June. It is unclear whether they plan to enroll at another school, though NCAA rules state that they would be eligible to play immediately because they have completed their degree requirements.
Heaps transferred to Kansas from BYU, and redshirted under NCAA transfer rules. He began last season as the starter but eventually lost his job to freshman Montell Cozart.
Meanwhile, Weis said that Miller had left because of personal reasons. Miller was dismissed from the program shortly after Weis was hired, but was allowed back last season after one year at a junior college.

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