Kansas football, the way station of college football, has another new arrival in former UCLA quarterback T.J. Millweard, continuing head coach Charlie Weis' penchant for transfers and junior-college players as he tries to turn around the Jayhawks.
Millweard left the Bruins earlier this week, after it became increasingly obvious during fall camp that true freshman Asiantii Woulard would be the likely successor to redshirt sophomore Brett Hundley.
Millweard becomes the third transfer quarterback to join Weis at Kansas in less than two years. Dayne Crist, who played for Weis at Notre Dame, threw for 1,313 yards, four touchdowns and nine interceptions in 10 games last season after using the NCAA's graduate student exception. BYU transfer Jake Heaps, who was the No. 1 quarterback recruit in the Class of 2010, will start for Kansas this season.
Originally a three-star recruit coming out of Fort Worth, Texas, Millweard will have three seasons of eligibility remaining after sitting out 2013 to meet NCAA transfer requirements.