Justin Fuente told the media on Wednesday that he was planning on playing both Hendon Hooker and Braxton Burmeister this season. He emphasized that Hooker would be Tech’s starter, but that both players had performed well during camp, and both deserved the opportunity to play.
I was a little bit surprised by that decision. Fuente himself was part of a two-QB system at Oklahoma, and it didn’t work. Of course, usually when two quarterbacks are playing, it means that both of them are bad, or that the team is bad. That doesn’t appear to be the case here, and Fuente was quick to point that out in Wednesday’s press conference.
“If we were to play a game right in this moment, Hendon would start for us. I’ve been really pleased with him throughout fall camp. But Braxton would play. I’ve been really pleased with him as well. Hendon is our starter and deserves to play, and Braxton has...
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