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Discussion in 'Football' started by RustShack, Feb 6, 2014.
Never too early.
Rohach, but I think Richardson has an excellent shot.
As of yet I do not have my own football team. Soon.
Rohach starts the first 3 games of the season and then gets benched in favor of someone else.
Rohach. At least for today. During spring practices, probably Richardson. Then, after CPR's press conference following the spring game, Lanning. After that, I'll flip back to Rohach when fall practice starts up but then change my mind again when I hear that Richardson looks better, and then I'll change my mind again when CPR singles out Campbell for his accelerated development, and then I expect Starcevich to be under center for the first game. After that, a real QB controversy begins.
Lanning. But truly I think Rohach will be under center at the start of the season. Richardson is going to get his shot. My question is; If Richardson doesn't get the starting job will he then transfer out?
Mangino said the new QB commit was exactly what they want in a QB, and I feel like he would be closer to Richardsons abilities. Also, could very likely just be coach speak too.
I think history supports this prediction.
Johhny Utah and/or Shane Falco
I still think SBR has a great shot when healthy. I like the extra dimension he brings.
But I am much happier thinking about a SBR/Rohach battle than a Janz/Barnett battle.
The resemblance between those two is uncanny.
What???? The correct answer is obviously Uncle Rico!!!!!
This will not happen, but if this guy wins the job that would be awesome. Not because I don't like the other guys, but because it means this guy is legit.
Darius Lee-Campbell. New offensive staff, new QB, new offense.
Richardson. He has a new teacher and will healthy.
Thankfully, Mangino is smarter than a previous coordinator. He understands that it makes sense to start the best QB, and then adapt the offense to him, rather than forcing a QB to do things he is incapable of. Because of this, I wouldn't look too much into the idea that our starting QB has to be able to run X number of zone reads a game.
I would say Rohach. I think Rohach showed improvement and growth each game he played. Richardson for me was a one game wonder, played very well against Kansas then slumped (with excuses to match each inconsistent showing). Had I seen steady progress from SR, perhaps I would have thought toss up, but for right now, I back the guy that has shown steady progress. It just makes sense!
Oh god, Lee Campbell's been signed one day and some people already have him on the top of our depth charts.
Rohach for the NDSU game
Sammy for the next three.
Lanning for the following four.
DLC cleanup for the last four regular and bowl game.
Lanning. Standout on scout team last season, and with his dual threat ability and durability I think he will ultimately be the starter.