This is how college football has worked for decades now
2 sacks. He'll be happy.
Wow it's 2014. The 2012 class is finally getting a chance to play some of its players. Why the hell would we completely disregard that these players all still have years left here and are just getting started. Your rediculous.
We will wait for him. He is one of us. Redshirt him.
If we don't get a te recruit soon we won't have any on the team. Hauserman can not be impressed.
Get him on the defensive line!!
Well we did score points. So we aren't Michigan. Also we did it without our projected starting quarterback or offensive lineman returning like they have.
Way to back track
His big gain of the game was ruled a pass so it would be receiving yards.
I thought he was well informed and fair which I can appreciate
Please just slow the hell down. I hate it when people change allegiances so quickly.
Welp, at least it's not a woman says the simplest.
Isn't Anderson the Wisconsin coach?
UCF will beat PSU. They won a BCS bowl last year and return almost all starters.
I've said this before. The solution is simple. Get them both on the field at the same time. 2 dual threat QBs on the field at the same time. Imagine the trick plays. It would keep all teams on their toes.
Tried it. You end up missing more games/partial games than you think you might. I suggest getting it back if you are like me and have to see it.
There is an easy solution to this "problem". You get them on the field with each other. Imagine the amount of trick plays we could run with a dual threat qb on each side of the field. Defensive nightmare.
Hands down! A great point!
I honestly think though that the NFL opportunity for Miller is ever so small right now especially if he suffers a season ending injury to his throwing shoulder. There is no way he gets drafted even if he were to have a great pro day.
This season in no way will be a wash. We still have the team to win a national title even without Millier. It may just be a little bumpier.
Not worried. Everything flys by so quickly now it'll be old news in no time.