i agree that it'll improve multiple areas of his life, and i have no problems with what he's doing... but it won't make him a better qb
lol how can you possibly say that?
Why wouldn't it? The bare minimum goal of getting an education is learning how to open your mind new things and looking at problems, situations and experiences from different angles. These perspectives are not there for the uneducated. And if education teaches you how to learn, why would that not apply on the field?
There is no way to prove it of course, there are too many aspects that go into being a better QB, but I'd like to think opening your mind and knowing how to approach and learn something new effectivley and accuratley are skills that will help.
Biologically his brain is in the process of becoming more dense, new pathways are being created and cognitive processes are better and more accuratley utilized. How could this not help him on the field? Cam thinks on the field doesn't he?
Self-education is just as possible, but so is learning anything by yourself. Problem is you might not learn aspects of it correctly, or sloppy. Paying a professional is sometimes a good thing, though some professors are useless, some really do teach you something. A mixture of both is always the best.
To an extent I could agree with you under conditions. Say if Cam were a 35 year old QB. At this point the brain as slow down tremendously. At that point it is less biological and more for knowledge sakes. But it just doesn't make sense to say it will help him in a lot of areas EXCEPT this one...it might not but it more than likely will.