MADISON, Wis. -- The two quarterbacks have gone overlooked at various career points because of their height, pigeonholed and disregarded as talented but too short.
For that reason, they have carried an even greater desire to prove a quarterback's success is not predicated strictly on a single factor outside of their control. Plenty of other elements exist, too: arm strength, agility, mental aptitude and leadership skills among them.
Hear them speak on the topic, and it's difficult to discern which player is making the point, as if their comments meld into one single thought, the confidence wafting through their words.
Quarterback A: "The key is finding lanes and delivering the ball on time. There's not that much of a difference if I was 6-1 or 5-11, to be honest. Playing behind the offensive line you play behind, you don't really see over guys. You throw through lanes, deliver an accurate ball, throw the ball with arc and pace and just make plays."
Quarterback B: "If you can pla...