Guarantees have no place in college football. Even the all-knowing analysts and experts live in a world of presumption and assumption rather than guarantees.
Every year, the underclassmen get faster, the coaches get trickier and the play books become more sophisticated. That means competition for any position never ends in a top-tier football program like the University of Wisconsin.
That idea rings especially true for the quarterback spot, and while transfer Danny O'Brien's path to become the starting signal caller has less roadblocks than many other backups', it is not a lock by any means.