Breaking up is hard to do. Breaking in is even harder.
A number of the best passers in college football return this season, but some of them will be forced to do so without their favorite weapon.
The chemistry between a quarterback and wide receiver is intimate and rare, harder to replicate than it seems from the outside. Even if a QB has a rapport with someone as his third or fourth option, that bond might be altered as he shifts to No. 1.
And that's something no team can afford.