Re Al

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  1. CYEATHAWK

    CYEATHAWK Well-Known Member

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    Maybe not. But there won't be a defense in conference that porous. I can see in certain situations putting him out there. Who knows...maybe enough for the opponent to use a time out. He is that good.
     
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  2. SECyclone

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    And we got some good QBs coming up in the pipeline.
     
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  3. nfrine

    nfrine Well-Known Member

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    Now is the time for Re al? If this is the case, we are starting to sound like ToE fans.:(
    I agree with you. The best QB is in the game now. Re al will get his opportunities.
     
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  4. inCyteful

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    Screw Re Al

    He broke my ankle on that last touchdown run.
     
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  5. PsychedCy09

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    Obviously nobody’s saying to have Re-al replace Brock but CMC always says he wants to get the best 11 players on the field and I think we saw today he could arguably be one of those 11 in whatever role it might be.
     
  6. GTO

    GTO Well-Known Member

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    I sprained my neck trying to follow him on TV on that play.
     
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  7. Knownothing

    Knownothing Well-Known Member

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    That’s fair. However, I was responding to him leaving to go pro after next season.
     
  8. CyCloned

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    Really like what we saw today from Re-al. Guy just has a different gear. In a way a lot like Kene, but more shifty.
     
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  9. internetman

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    he is the ReAl DeAl. omg. ill see myself out
     
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  10. isutrevman

    isutrevman Well-Known Member

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    Its going to be really hard to take snaps away from Purdy, who looks like he will end up as one of the best, if not THE best QB in school history.

    I just don't see Campbell wanting to take him out much He's the offense's security blanket like Montgomery was last year.
     
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  11. FinalFourCy

    FinalFourCy Well-Known Member

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    Find a way so you don’t have to.

    Purdy is very good QB, but let’s not forget the UNI and Iowa games before we can’t afford giving the defense something to ponder in Mitchell. He’s not the security blanket like DM.
     
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  12. harimad

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    His username isn’t just for show, folks.
     
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  13. FDCy83

    FDCy83 Well-Known Member

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    I think Re-al remains the backup and hopefully will get some more late game opportunities this season. I don't see Purdy going pro in 2021, but we will have two Freshmen that year who both look good. Depending on when they get to campus and how they look, I could see Re-al moved to the slot and play WR like Moses did years ago and just give more issues to defenses from there. If Purdy went down, Re-al could still play QB in a pinch if the new guys were not ready.
     
  14. isutrevman

    isutrevman Well-Known Member

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    Purdy was fantastic against Iowa. He was pretty good against UNI too.
     
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  15. moforisu

    moforisu Well-Known Member

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    I think it’s going to be really tough keeping Re Al here without much playing time the next 3 yrs.
     
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  16. SECyclone

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    I agree. RM might play WR or play when the game is out of reach. Purdy is too good to play the multiple QB stuff. We needed it in previous years, but we finally have a good QB. Too bad we didn’t see Mitchell throw more today to get a feel for his throwing ability. If he’s good enough and wants to play now he may transfer. Kids only have 4 years of playing college football some don’t like to be the backup.
     
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  17. spitfyr36

    spitfyr36 Well-Known Member

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    He meant Joe Montaynia
     
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  18. Knownothing

    Knownothing Well-Known Member

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    REally because more people agree with that than disagree. Maybe u need to borrow my username
     
  19. AllInForISU

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    Show me a team that played 2 QB and was actually successful. Maybe you could make an argument for the 2006 Florida team with Leak/Tebow, but they also had 9 players drafted into the NFL that year and multiple others on that team that would be drafted eventually.

    Bottom line-Good teams don't use multiple QBs.
     
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  20. farminclone

    farminclone Well-Known Member

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    Since Purdy is already a running threat we don’t gain a lot by playing 2 QBs and giving Real snaps that Purdy would otherwise get.

    We need to get him the ball and get him on the field in some other capacity.
     
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