"There's a different approach to it when you go into the meetings and he knows, you better get the protection right as well," Kelly said this week. "He's worked with the first unit. He didn't do much first-unit work when we were using him as a situational player, so building a relationship with the first group and the offensive line, I think obviously that's changed in his approach."
No matter how much each quarterback plays for the Irish, Rees and Hendrix will have to keep their heads on a swivel. Florida State ranks ninth in the nation in sacks, averaging three per game. The two top quarterback hunters are defensive ends Brandon Jenkins and Bjoern Werner, who have combined for 13 sacks.