A caller on this morning’s radio show asked Neal Brown about his weapons at quarterback and how he expects to use the three-headed monster next season. Though many believe it’s going to be a battle between Max Smith and Patrick Towles, Brown said Jalen Whitlow will have just as much of an opportunity to earn the starting role. Brown expects the competition to last through the summer and into fall camp before a starter emerges.
Brown said he prefers sticking to one quarterback over using a two-quarterback system, but he did hint at entertaining the idea of using Whitlow at times for mobility if one of the other guys is named starter.
Fans can also expect a Wildcat package; Brown said he has always used the Wildcat for as many as ten plays per game at Troy and at Texas Tech.
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