So begins the process of replacing a star at Boise State.
Head coach Chris Petersen and a handful of new offensive assistants began the job this week of finding a successor to Kellen Moore, the record-setting quarterback who guided the Broncos to 50 wins and was the face of a program that has advanced through two smaller conferences en route to next year's membership in the Big East.
Just two practices into the post-Kellen era, Petersen said his message to the four competing for the job is to focus on the things Moore did so well to prepare for games and less on trying to follow his footsteps.
''They can't worry about that, that's for sure,'' said Petersen, entering his seventh season with the Broncos. ''There's going to be a Kellen cloud around here for a long time, and I'd like to phrase it a little more positively.
''He set the standard. So we've got to learn from that, try to build on that and celebrate on that,'' Petersen said. ''Those quarterbacks know what the standards a...