FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2015, file photo, Kansas quarterback Deondre Ford (15) throws a pass against Rutgers during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game in Piscataway, N.J. Kansas quarterbacks Montell Cozart and Deondre Ford were granted ha
Rich Schultz, File
April 20, 2016

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Kansas quarterbacks Montell Cozart and Deondre Ford were granted hardship waivers Wednesday after sustaining injuries last season, giving both redshirt juniors two years of eligibility remaining.

Cozart started three of the first four games before sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury in a game against Iowa State. He was 66 of 105 for 752 yards with two touchdowns while running for another touchdown.

Ford appeared in two games before a season-ending thumb injury.

The quarterback job appears to be wide open heading into next season. Ryan Willis started when Cozart and Ford went down, but he's been dealing with a wrist injury. Young prospects Carter Stanley and Keaton Perry have also shown promise, though both were inconsistent during spring practices.

Kansas opens its season Sept. 3 against Rhode Island.

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