How has he progressed?
“Comfortable with it,” Burton said. “I had to work on it a lot last year.”
Burton may have needed to work on it, but when games rolled around, he looked like he mastered it. He scored a school-record six touchdowns against Kentucky. He finished with 145 all-purpose yards against Georgia. He started at quarterback against Florida State. He played everywhere and did everything.
“This comes easy to me because I played quarterback in high school,” he said. “I had to know what everybody did anyway.”
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