WILLIAMSBURG — In 30 years of coaching offensive football and a career full of hits and triumphs, Kevin Rogers still appreciates the opportunity to be proven wrong.
Fourteen years ago, William and Mary's new offensive coordinator and quarterback coach was an assistant at Notre Dame in the area to evaluate Bruton High multi-sport athlete Bryan Randall.
Rogers doubted that Randall could be an effective college quarterback, projecting him as a safety or defensive back.
A couple of years later, when Rogers became the quarterback coach at Virginia Tech, he inherited Randall. The two eventually made history, with Randall becoming ACC Player of the Year and conference...