POLL: Who should start at QB vs. OSU?

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  1. ISUKyro

    ISUKyro Well-Known Member

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    I went with SR.

    I think if the O line ever gets thing figured out or put together he will give us the best chance to move the ball.

    Didn't see enough from Rohach last night to convince me he's any better - so I say stick with and try to develop SR more and more.
     
  2. chuckd4735

    chuckd4735 Well-Known Member

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    Sam. He gives us the best chance to win, and we have an outside chance at doing that on Saturday.
     
  3. Ciclone

    Ciclone Well-Known Member

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    Nothing more needs to be said.
     
  4. michaelrr1

    michaelrr1 Well-Known Member

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    Depends on the health status of SR.
     
  5. cyclonedave25

    cyclonedave25 Well-Known Member

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    Sam is the clear #1, even when he's limping around.
     
  6. CychoCyclone

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    Richardson if he's healthy... if not I don't see any reason to keep sending him out there to get beat up and injured even further...
     
  7. awd4cy

    awd4cy Well-Known Member

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    Sam. Clearly the best QB on the team.
     
  8. Daserop

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    doesn't matter offense will be horrible no matter what.
     
  9. clonedude

    clonedude Well-Known Member

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    Correct answer.

    There isn't a QB on the roster that we can win with right now IMO. Not with this OC and this OL I'm afraid.
     
  10. WhatchaGonnaDo

    WhatchaGonnaDo Well-Known Member

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    Doesn't ****ing matter.

    Sorry, but it doesn't.
     
  11. CyArob

    CyArob Well-Known Member

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    Can we borrow Iowa's OL?
     
  12. Cyclonepride

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    Sam, no question. Grant looked okay when his nerves calmed down and he got protection, but I think Sam is the best option assuming he is healthy and can run.
     
  13. FootballinTexas

    FootballinTexas Well-Known Member

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    Sam Richardson. Dating back to last November, CPR invested the entire program in him. It continued during bowl season, offseason, spring, summer, fall camp, and half of this season. He has to quit tearing these you men apart with the roller coaster mind games and superficial QB competitions and let them grow as QB's. They're going to have ups and downs because the coaching is inconsistent. Neither QB can make the other one better with competition. They'll just force themselves to try and outdo the other guy than just simply mastering their strengths and improving their weaknesses. The QB coach has to make them better by using the opponent's game video to prepare, implement, and execute an effective game plan. He also has to use their game experiences as teachable opportunities.
     
  14. Aclone

    Aclone Well-Known Member

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    Remember what Iowa's OL looked like last year, with all their injuries? That's what's happening here this year.
     
  15. Wesley

    Wesley Well-Known Member

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    I think both should play. Good practice for next year when it counts.
     
  16. Al_4_State

    Al_4_State Well-Known Member

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    I dont know if there's a QB in college football that we could win with using this line and Mess.
     
  17. SpokaneCY

    SpokaneCY Well-Known Member

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    Kinda of an aside... The few times they showed SR on the sidelines after being pulled he looked FULLY engaged and FULLY supportive of GR. Leadership skills and yet another reason the kid is the starter - health provided....
     
  18. every_yard

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    Run the wildcat with Rodney Coe.
     
  19. Senolcyc

    Senolcyc Well-Known Member

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