Interesting how Warriner/Beck will change the dynamic of the QB room. Herman clearly got the most out of that group. X's & O's are one thing, but relating to & being an effective coach of those young men remains to be seen.
Warriner has been a sideline coach to this point, while Herman called plays from the press box. Neither fact says much, but now that Warriner will assume the playcalling, how will his effectiveness as a position coach change? Can Beck truly develop the QB group while not being able to call a game that tailors to each of their strengths?
As far as Braxton, seems like every time the cameras would cut to him on the sidelines during a telecast, there was nary a headset to be found. So the last game reps (mental or otherwise) that Brax has had was January 2014. Maybe it's because he had already mastered the Herman offense. Maybe there were only enough headsets for JT & Collier. But it's not a good look. I don't think Braxton can win back the starting job by Labor Day. Cardale will be the sharpest, and there's no room for a "warmup" game at VT.