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Podcast Rebellion: We discuss what makes 2019 a success and the backup QB battle

The Rebels must compete this year in all facets and we tell you who we think is taking control of the No. 2 spot at quarterback.

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We’re back it again, talking about the 2019 season. This time, we’re trying to figure out what constitutes a successful year for Matt Luke and Co. We discuss, expectations, perception, being realistic, and competition.

We also talk about the backup quarterback competition and what this year potentially means for the future of the position.


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