The recently-transferred QB Jordan Webb spoke with B.G. Brooks of CUBuffs.com on Thursday, and the former Kansas Jayhawks signal-caller expressed his confidence in learning the Buffaloes offense quickly and effectively:
"I'm really confident in my ability to pick it up," [Webb] said. "I think I can do it pretty fast . . . I've learned a few offenses in my career and a lot of it's the same stuff - just switching terminology and maybe some different responsibilities at the quarterback position."
Webb spent three season at Kansas, including his redshirt freshman campaign. He earned considerable playing time in his second and third seasons with the school, throwing for over 1000 years in each of those years.
He finished his 2011 NCAA season with a 63.7 completion percentage and a 126.7 passer rating, but the team had a 2-10 record. And when new coaches, led by Charlie Weis, took over the program, Webb elected to leave for the Colorado Buffaloes.
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