Thursday, June 9, 2016

Texas' other QB problem

One of the less examined problems over the last several years at Texas has been the lack of effective quarterbacking on defense.

Safety is a pretty cerebral position these days and the young men who play it need a similar skill set to that of the quarterback in terms of directing teammates, understanding leverage and space, and playing tendencies. Texas has struggled to get that from their safeties, which is why a walk-on, converted cornerback is about to be a three-year starter for the Longhorn defense.

Follow the link above to read more about Texas' struggle to get this position right and where things currently stand for Charlie Strong's defense.

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