COLLEGE FOOTBALL • Jake Heaps and Justin McCay had an entire season to get accustomed to each other. They showed off how tight they've become on Saturday in Lawrence, Kan. Heaps threw for 257 yards and four touchdowns, one of them to McCay, and the pass-catch combo that had to sit out last season after transferring to Kansas led the blue team to a 34-7 victory over the white in the Jayhawks' annual spring game.
Heaps didn't appear to have any rust to knock off after transferring from BYU. He completed 10 straight passes at one point in the first half, showing the kind of zip on the ball that made him one of the nation's top quarterbacks coming out of high school. He found a favorite target in McCay, a transfer from Oklahoma who also sat out when an appeal to play immediately was turned down by the NCAA. McCay caught eight passes for 99 yards.