Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) On many weekends late last spring and early summer, with his football future very much in doubt, Brigham Young quarterback Zach Wilson pulled his Mazda 6 onto an I-15 on-ramp in Provo, Utah. It would be a Friday, mid-afternoon, and Wilson would be road-tripping to see his quarterback tutor, John Beck, in southern California. On these trips, Wilson alternated between podcasts and an audiobook. (Steve Young's lessons of the benefits of adversity in " QB: My Life Behind the Spiral " resonated strongly.) Wilson put his body on mind-clearing autopilot, driving through southwest Utah, skirting through 28 miles of northwest Arizona, then into the Pacific Time Zone, through the Vegas sprawl in southern Nevada, into the High Desert of southeastern California, into the SoCal 'burbs and crashing at the home of BYU teammate Isaac Rex in San Clemente around midnight. Drive time: 10 hours. Distance: 674 miles, stopping only for gas and food. He'd actually spent a month-and-a-half in California working with Beck when BYU shut down workouts in March due… Read full this story
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