I am more concerned with whether Mett can get rid of the ball when he is about to be hit.
I am ready to go with the transfer from State Penn, a junior dual threat with mediocre numbers who is an all around football player.
Or else, the freshman also a dual threat, or McGee. Some one who can run and pass.
We need someone who will move the chains. That is it. Move the chains.
I would even rather see RS10 at wildcat than go thru one more game with Mett as QB. I dont see him waking up any time soon.
I would roll the dice. The coaches must have a feel for which of the dual threat guys could play in the big time. I hope the answer is not really no one.
This post was edited on 10/7 at 8:05 pm