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Kansas was arguably the worst BCS team in the country last year, finishing 1-11 SU and 5-7 ATS with no wins against BCS opponents and bottom-10 production nationally on both offense and defense. On the bright side, there isn’t anywhere to go but up from here. Jake Heaps will take over at quarterback and has the raw talent to be a star, even if he is a project. 17 JUCO transfers were a part of the recruiting class and should help infuse the defense and special teams with some energy. Kansas will finish last in the Big 12 again, but maybe with an extra win or two.