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Comment 18 Feb 2015

Why not decide on a game-to-game basis, after assessing the opponent's defense and determining which particular skill set will give the other team the most difficulty?  We have three proven starting QB's and our Offense has three separate and effective personalities. 

But then, I have never coached an elite FB team, so maybe ... just maybe ... UFM (watching how the team responds to each man and consulting game videos and his staff of experienced and competent coaches) will have a better handle on what to do than I do (sitting in my man cave in upstate New York, staring out at the snow and minus 20 degree weather, wondering if my pipes are going to freeze).

Comment 20 Jan 2015

With the depth Urban has built, perhaps he'll go with a platoon system.  In my concept there will be two primary QBs, each with his own complete offensive platoon.  They will alternate series and run up tempo.  Each will watch how the defense is trying to stop the other unit and make adjustments on the sidelines as the other unit is on the field. 

I didn't say it was a good idea or concept -- just a way to employ more than one QB.  The question then becomes which QB is odd man out?  To which I say, Braxton would make a dangerous H-back.

Comment 16 Jan 2015

Only Cardale can make his decision the "right" one.  He does that by getting his degree, taking care of his daughter and girl friend, and working hard to improve his prospects as an NFL QB.

Comment 16 Jan 2015

This is what makes it nice being a fan.  We really don't have to worry, because we know we have (at least) three QBs who are capable of leading the team to anther national championship. We just have to sit back and enjoy the ride.

Comment 15 Jan 2015

Watch D. Lee pulverize that crack back block, then appreciate the block Spencer put on Alabama's LB to spring Zeke.