I have no idea what ya'll are talking about, we finally have a QB on the roster with an NFL arm!? Right? I mean let's just forget that he's 1/12 td's/ints. That's a D1 level QB if I've ever seen one!
Now that that's out of my system. How is it that since Dan O, we cannot seem to get any kind of good, not decent, but good Qb to play for our team? Look at the progression of Qb's we've had for the last what 10 years? Bones, Lorenzen, Frazer, McEntee, Box, Nebrich, Cochran, Boyle, etc. I'm positive there's a few I'm missing. It seems like UConn is where Qb dreams go to die. I have no idea if we have just been snakebit for the past decade, but I would love to get a Qb that learned how to actually throw the ball away if nothing was open. Or one that didn't have to retire because the offensive line played like the silly nannies. Every season I get excited thinking this might be the year we see good Qb play, maybe score more that 21 points a game on average, and every season I sit here in disbelief towards the end wondering how we can all see the obvious problems whether it be the line, the defense, the play calling, whatever, but the coaches, no matter who they are have no answer for any of it. How is it that since HCRE we cannot seem to put a competent team on the field?
Lastly, thinking back over this season, this would make one he!! of a comedy movie about a college football team. You could put a montage together that would make you cringe and then laugh at all of the absolute bonehead plays that have gone on. Maybe the movie will turn into a story of redemption next season, but unless things turn in a massive way, I doubt it.