KENNEDALE, Texas There's no questioning Tulsa quarterback G.J. Kinne's ability to adapt to different situations.
The senior signal caller, who is playing his last collegiate game in Friday's Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl against BYU, has taken a winding route to becoming one of the best quarterbacks to play for the Golden Hurricane.
The native Texan played for two different high schools before signing with Texas. He left Texas after his freshman season for Tulsa, where he took over as the starting quarterback in 2009. He'll wrap up his career Friday playing for his third college head coach in Bill Blankenship.
Through all the changes, the 6-2 Kinne has continued to perform at a high level.
"I think I'm a better quarterback this year," Kinne said. "The things I've done at the line of scrimmage are different. I've improved at the mental part of the game. We have a new offense and a totally new set of skill players. I take a lot of pride in what we've been able to accomplish h...