If you had yesterday in the when-will-Gus-Malzahn-allow-Duke-Williams-back-to-practice pool, congrats.
Oh, but he’s not starting yet, no siree.
“Obviously, there’s going to be some catching up to do,” Malzahn said. “We’ve got guys who have been to practice that we feel very good about, and he’s in the process of playing catch-up. He’s at the bottom of the depth chart, and he’s going to have to earn his way back up. He understands that.”
Nudge, nudge. Wink, wink.
Wait. You doubt Gus’ sincerity? He strenuously objects to your skepticism.
Malzahn dismissed the notion that Williams was being given more chances because he’s one of the Tigers’ most talented players.
“I try to keep the same standard for everybody. That’s how we operate around here,” Malzahn said.
It’s Second Chance U, dude. We’ve never doubted you on that.