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In this edition of First Sound former college quarterback and film connoisseur Mark Schofield looks at the USC Trojans quarterback Cody Kessler. Flow within structure is a concept described by Matt Waldman in a recent edition of his Boiler Room series. Here Schofield examines how the QB works through a series of progression reads, and adapts to the circumstances that unfold in the play:
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