By Brad Locke
OXFORD • Playing quarterback didn't come naturally to Randy Anderson, but you wouldn't know it now.Two years ago he was a glorified running back. Entering his senior season for Lafayette, Anderson is much more than that.
Last fall he completed 56.9% of his passes for 1,319 yards and nine touchdowns, and he threw zero interceptions in 137 pass attempts. In 2017 he completed just 37.7% of his throws. Anderson credits quarterbacks coach Stewart Summers with making him a better passer. "He had me doing drills that I'd never done before," Anderson said. "They helped me with my motion, footwork, and my release and timing."
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