West Virginia University Quarterback Geno Smith came a long way from the days when he backed up Jarrett Brown to his final play as a Mountaineer. The roller coaster ride included many highs and certainly a fair share of lows.
Smith went from an offensive system that tried to make him a dual threat in 2010 to Dana Holgorsen’s up-tempo, record breaking offense in 2011. That change in offensive systems fueled his growth and perhaps, put him in position to be the first quarterback taken in the 2013 NFL draft.
“I can’t sway people’s opinions on me,” Smith said following the Pinstripe Bowl loss to Syracuse. “Everyone has their own opinion. People are going to like me, people are going to dislike me.
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