Tall and shaggily blond, George had been an almost insolently beautiful boy. In his tight faded jeans and Stovington sweatshirt with the sleeves carelessly pushed up to the elbows to disclose his tanned forearms, he had reminded Jack of a young Robert Redford, and he doubted that George had much trouble scoring--no more than that young footballplaying devil Jack Torrance had ten years earlier. He could say that he honestly didn't feel jealous of George, or envy him his good looks.
Question 1: What’s the meaning of ‘George had much trouble scoring?’
Question 2: What’s the meaning of ‘no more than that young footballplaying devil Jack Torrance had ten years earlier?’