RJ Anderson took the starting job away from Troy Nunes two years ago, leading the Orangemen to the Insight.Com bowl. But a year later, threw a career-high eight interceptions and a woeful 43.3 pass percentage and switched spots with Nunes again.
With Nunes out of the picture, backup Perry Patterson lost due to an injury in spring ball and Xzavier Gaines and Matt Hale not ready to assume the position, Anderson will be taking every snap, regardless of his performance.
"I'm going to get the swagger back," Anderson said. "When you go 4-8 you have to have a bad feeling and have a chip on your shoulder."
The full offense preview and the rest of the quarterbacks preview can be found in this month's issue of The Juice.
OFFENSE PREVIEW: Quarterbacks
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