Nebraska fans have spent months fretting over the quarterback position. Zac Lee was too shaky. Cody Green was too inaccurate. And there wasn't a clear successor in the 2010 recruiting class. But the commitment of Jamal Turner should ease some of the longer term concerns about the position. The stat that jumps out is this one. Turner had a streak as a sophomore of 184 passes without an interception. Apply that kind of consistency to a typical college season and that might be 2 or 3 interceptions all year.

It's easy to put aside high school achievements, because it's against high school competition. But Turner did in Texas class 5A, the largest classification in a state renowned for the quality of it's prep football. No doubt, that's why he reportedly has already received schollarship...

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