"We weren't very good when we first got here, so he was able to extend plays and make things happen, make a lot of plays with his feet," Montgomery said. "As we grew, so did he. His maturation process as a quarterback has really developed in the sense that now he's manipulating the pocket. Now he's doing things down the field. When you really look at it, he made umpteen zillion more plays with his arm this year than he did with his feet."
"When we go out to warm up quarterback-wise, they're chanting 'RG3!' in the stands, and he hasn't taken a snap," Montgomery said. "He was a main attraction the first day he came onto campus."