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Broncos' Studesville adjusting to new role

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Alex Mayster
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By Alex Mayster

Broncos interim head coach Eric Studesville was chosen to replace Josh McDaniels because of his exuberant and uplifting attitude, a quality the organization hopes will rub off on the players. The way we hear it, the running backs enjoy playing for Studesville, who is in his first year with the team, and love the passion he brought to his job as RB coach. But according to a daily team observer, not a lot of players outside of the ballcarriers know the coach. Studesville even joked in a press conference that the players had to adjust to a guy running the program who they "see in the lunch room and now all of a sudden he is the head football coach." Studesville is leaning heavily on the captains to help spread his message, although no drastic changes are expected in the final quarter of the season. We hear the one change that could occur is the team having increased patience with the running game now that an ex-RB coach is in charge and with offensive coordinator Mike McCoy calling plays for the first time.

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