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True or not, we are consistently told of the lack of separation between the QBs. Assuming for the sake of conversation that it is at least partially true; is the lack of separation due to the fact that both have shown true improvement over the off-season, or do we have the same two we saw last season?
Seems to me that a playbook that is significantly bigger for one QB is separation (other things being equal).
"I've heard some of our fans say, 'We were always an SEC school. We just didn't know it," athletic director Bill Byrne said.
1. I just don't think there could possibly be this huge separation somehow people are expecting with a few practices in shorts.
2. One of the biggest misconceptions (IMO) is that somehow you have to be a yeller and stomper to be a leader. That's simply not true, and you can find a million leaders that weren't like Patton. It's good for the media and fans to see someone getting in someones grill, and the fans and media get excited, but it's not necessary and sometimes too much of it gets old. Really quickly.
One encouraging thing I read in yesterday's reports is that Ash has improved in putting touch on the ball. Too many times last season we had an open receiver and the ball was thrown to any spot but where the receiver could catch it. I thought that was one of Ash's biggest problems and he was only a freshman, so hearing that he's improved there is a good sign.
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