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Speaking of the starting quarterback...
Both Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel earned a start against Bowling Green, but it was Brissett who took the first snap. Driskel took over the first quarter after that and continued a drive into the second quarter before giving way to Brissett.
At halftime, both quarterbacks attempted five passes but it was Driskel who would play in the second half.
Driskel showed nice athleticism on a 21-yard run late in the game, but also missed a lot of open receivers and didn't do enough to show he is the man for the job. But can the coaches really start Brissett, who only took 11 snaps at Kyle Field?
Which is why Driskel will most likely get the start next week and play the whole game. Sticking with Driskel in the second half showed that the coaches are desperately trying to find a quarterback to go with and are willing to stick to one.
Driskel seems to be the man right now, but I would imagine he has a short leash. The coaching staff wouldn't hesitate to insert Brissett if things get ugly next week.
For those of you who say Brissett didn't get a fair shake, he did. Driskel took his last snap of 2011 against Auburn. After that it was John Brantley and Brissett the rest of the way. Brissett had all of those game reps and spring, summer and fall camps to earn the job.
I don't anticipate Florida going with the same quarterback rotation in Week 2 but Brissett could come into the game if the offense stalls.