JT is a QB for sure . . . an Urban Meyer QB. That translates to being basically a RB that takes snaps and throws on occasion. Alex Smith and Cardale are the notable exceptions to the rule that has Tebow, Braxton, and now JT as QBs whose NFL potential and skill sets were never developed in college. Chris Leak was a good passer, highly rated coming out of HS, whose confidence eroded to near zero as he was overshadowed by the all america FB that was Tim Tebow. I for one am not afraid to speak the blasphemous truth, that Coach Meyer gave Coach Saban the early Xmas gift of a shot at yet another National Championship game, by not preparing the team for Iowa and by . . . Hi Woody!! . . . sure coach, . . . uh, take care now . . . pardon the interruption folks, that was Woody Hayes on the line asking if someone would get his playbook back. The one that Urban borrowed at half time on Saturday night. Sorry Buckeroos, but I can't hold back the feeling of disgust that I felt as we played Tresselball, while the kid who produced 17 points that decided "The Game" only a week before, was ignored at a time when style points were the only hope we had of overcoming the Iowa debacle; in which we were not only outplayed, but severely out coached. We needed 3 to 4 second half TDs to show dominance but got 2 FGs instead.