Actually, that last part is incorrect. Driskel was asked to do none of that in high school. He played against poor competition with a fairly new football program if I am not mistaken. He was asked and "coached" to just run and the extent of his throwing was to open receivers on one route. No wonder he locks in and starts to panic when his first option isn't there. That takes time to learn. How can one talk about his level of experience and say none of it is going to grow when he's barely into his third year of actually being coached to read defenses, etc? People seem to easily forget he was recruited by Urban and think he's been in some sort of sophisticated passing offense for years. He has not and it is showing especially with a beat up OL that wasnt that great at pass blocking when the starters were in in the first place. It is now on the coaches to find something to get this offense going inside the 25.