Should we be a little surprised by this?
Q: What was your experience at Georgia like? Did you leave there on good terms?
A: I don’t know if I left on the best of terms. I just wanted to hold up my end of the contract. They paid for four years of my school and I completed my degree. That was it. I would say in the long run I had a much better experience at Colorado. That’s nothing against Georgia, but I just really, really enjoyed my time at Colorado.
Q: Quarterback can be a tough position because if you’re not the starter, you either stay around and risk not playing or go somewhere else. Was that the situation you faced?
A: Yeah, that was the situation I faced. I struggled with that for a long time while I was at Georgia, whether I wanted to try and stick around or take another opportunity somewhere else or switch positions. I just always wanted a fair shot while I was at Georgia. And they kind of treated different quarterbacks in different ways there. That was probably the hardest thing for me to grasp or understand.
I guess being the designated fair catch specialist wasn’t all it was cracked up to be.