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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by BNAG8R, Nov 3, 2018.
"Getting down on himself" would be less of a problem if he didn't play badly so often.
Unheralded Rex Grossman: 1998 Indiana Player of the Year National Recuiting Advisor top 15 players in the nation Parade All-American Indiana's Mr Football According to Rivals the 8th quarterback in the 1999 class
Mullen better make a change at QB or he risks losing a significant portion of the fanbase. We have seen Franks for 2 seasons now and we want change. Maybe Trask bombs s well, maybe EJ does as well but we are tired of seeing Franks bomb.
Brock Berlin was part of the 2000 recruiting class.
yeah i realized that. doesn't change he had to sell himself to spurrier
Franks starts on Saturday. End of Story.
If I could change one thing about Mullen it would be his stubborn loyalty to upperclassmen I'd bet money Franks trots out as the starter come Saturday
Franks isn't an upperclassman. He's a so.
Spurrier would have never signed a high school backup. Dont kid yourself. Tim Lester hurt his knee and missed half the season. SOS told him he has a bunch of All Americans wanting to play QB, and he cant take the one that was hurt and didnt play his senior year over one of the ones who did. He would never have Trash on the roster. I'm not sure he would have Franks. He looked for accuracy and winning attitude first.
Please qualify this statement.
Oh. Well if you say it, I guess the discussion is over.
I'm with you 100% on this. Leadership starts with being excellent yourself. You are "leading" the rest of the team in the right direction. If you are vocal and are great at the rah-rah stuff but can't do jack crap on the field, trade in your helmet for a skirt, because you are a cheerleader.
Here is the million dollar question. Who's getting first team reps today? Anyone got an eye on practice?
I have zero inside info BUT I would bet money nothing has changed in the rotation.
Those being led will determine who their real leaders are. Sometimes it’s the best player on the field....sometimes it’s not. But those being led will spot a phony a mile away.
Franks starts. Trask plays.
Maybe. If Franks comes out and hits a few passes, Mullen sticks with him.
Mullen threw Butters under the bus on Butters treatment of Franks.
Pretty easy to get that answer...he’s right down the hall from Mullen.
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