When it comes to finding a quarterback, Tennessee offensive coordinator Jim Chaney isn’t too picky. He’s got two major qualifications. “Just get a kid with a brain. A brain and an arm, I think that goes a helluva long way,” he said.
How’s that for a simple job requirement?
“I think you can train them to do whatever you want them to do,” Chaney said. “When they get here, they’re sponges for the most part and they want to learn.”
Given the choice, UT coach Lane Kiffin would rather go heavy on the brain.