Jacob Eason is on the mother.
“Coming in at the beginning of the season seeing different defenses change before a snap, try to mess with me as a young quarterback,” he said. “Definitely now I feel a lot more comfortable just because of the film work and the on the field work starting against our own defense, switching up stuff a bunch. Now I feel a tremendous amount better than I did at the beginning of the season.”
His position coach agrees that things are starting to click, although the timing of that might surprise you.
The game began to slow down for Eason, according to Chaney, at about the eighth game of the season, which was against Florida, a 24-10 loss.
He finished that game with a 91.86 passer rating. I shudder to think what that would have been if the game hadn’t begun slowing down for him.
This offseason may be more trying than we think.