Believe it or not, Blaine Gabbert wasn't healthy in 2009. You wouldn't know it looking at his numbers with 3,593 passing yards and 24 touchdowns.
He suffered a high ankle sprain in the Nebraska game last year and didn't miss a game so it never completely healed, he says.
Now, Gabbert is 100 percent and has resumed normal workouts. His body fat is down from 16 percent to 12 percent, and he has maintained 240 pounds on his 6-foot-5 frame.
“It felt good to be healthy in the spring,'' he said. “I regained my confidence. I could do things that I couldn't do in the last half of last season.''
So...if Gabbert wasn't healthy when he put up those numbers, what can he do in 2010?