Pease Hopes Driskel Will Be More Honest Without Brissett In QB Mix
GAINESVILLE- As the Florida Gator football team goes through spring practice, the team is building trusting relationships that will last through the fall, and that includes the bond between coach and quarterback.
Offensive coordinator Brent Pease told reporters before the first spring practice that expects Jeff Driskel to be more honest with Jacoby Brissett having transferred at the end of last season.
"It wasn't anything mischievious," Pease said, "but I think with those guys being competitive, they might not have always been honest with what they understood."
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