For the first time in three seasons, Dana Holgorsen's offense is returning a starting quarterback and a good percentage of the supporting class.
When asked about the new found familiarity, Holgo said it was a welcomed change of pace.
"It felt good. I probably did less coaching [at Sunday's opening spring practice] than I've done the last three springs, it was like it was with Case Keenum coming back at Houston. After you've coached him for a year, you didn't have to tell him a whole bunch."