Young got pretty good at replacing star quarterbacks
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Steve Young had practice replacing a popular quarterback long before he took over for Joe Montana.
Young faced the difficult challenge of following Jim McMahon at Brigham Young as a junior in 1982, and described the task as "a monster.''
"You could not comprehend the success Jim McMahon had at BYU,'' Young said Saturday at the College Football Hall of Fame, where he was inducted along with 24 others.
"There were other quarterbacks before ...
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