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As a man of faith, I find it hard to denigrate a young man who obviously is trying as hard as he can and would likely be the first to tell you that he wished he had done better so far in 2013.
Still, if one were to be honest, it is apparent that Kessler has not provided the leadership at what is probably the single most important position on the team.
However, it should be noted that Kessler is not alone in his shortcoming at the position, and his teammate, Max Wittek, certainly has not been any better.
When all is said and done, Cody Kessler has a ton of room for improvement and the good news is that there are still plenty of games left to do just that.
If he can find a way to become an effective quarterback, it will make a legion of Trojan fans very happy indeed.