Muschamp sounds like his mentor Saban with this nonsense. Does he really think he is gaining competitive advantage by not announcing who the QB will be?
John Brantley is out with what’s believed to be a high ankle sprain. Will Muschamp and Charlie Weis haven’t said for sure which of Florida’s three remaining quarterbacks will get the start at LSU on Saturday. Most assume the starter will be freshman Jeff Driskel.
But according to defensive tackle Michael Brockers, that doesn’t matter to the Tigers:
“We’re preparing to take care of the offense. It really doesn’t matter who plays. We’re preparing for the offense in general. Brantley, Driskel, whoever.”
Les Miles doesn’t sound overly concerned about the Gator quarterback situation either:
“Playing different quarterbacks gives you certain things and challenges that must be met. I think that we’re very comfortable. We’ve faced a number of offenses to this point. Our defense has been tested against a wide range of attacks and can easily make an adjustment that fits the opponent.”
If so, the UF’s gamesmanship with its QB situation is nothing more than wasted time.