Just saying - he was tied for UConn's longest run and had the longest pass last game. He makes plays. Time for him to play fulltime at QB.
I would have liked to have seen him trot onto the field when we had first and goal from the 1 against USF. I would have given him three shots to follow Mo into the end zone. On second down when we used him, I thought he made a good decision to try to find a seam and not to pitch the ball to LM given USF penetration's into the backfield.
I may be in the minority, but I think he should be used more. They seemed to use him more as a decoy last game rather then letting him run.
I thought that was good. he was keeping the ball far too high a percentage of the snaps he was in prior to Saturday. It's easy to stop him if you're not worried about him handing it off. He will be far more effective as a runner if the D has to worry about him handing it off or, God forbid, throwing a pass.
Sorry, invalid argument. His sample size is too small to form a legitimate statistical comparison.McCummings QB efficiency is 336 to 112 for McEntee per UConn website, so you are basing this "inaccuracy stuff" on your uninformed biases not facts. True, his opportunities have been limited but both rushing and passing he has big play written all over him.
I know it was HS not college but McCummings broke many of Doug Flutie's HS records, you don't get there by being inaccurate.
As further proof of his big play capabilities his 3 completions are for 32, 39 and 55 yards. So you get a glimpse of how a run threat at QB can open up the passing game. His completion % is 50% vs. 52% for McEntee........so the accuracy stuff is just message board mantra.
I agree it's smaller than I would like - hence he needs to play much more. It is up to kids to take advantage of opportunities (which he has) it is up to coaches to reward guys who have performed well (which they have not done adequately IMO).
Have you watched the games? Have you actually seen the throws he's made? I've seen every one. One, possibly 2 good balls thrown all year. Half of this board could've hit McCombs for 6 against Iowa St. I hate to overly criticize a kid, but based on your argument you are simply looking at box scores.
What part of this don't you understand? - On a team with few big plays on Offense - in very limited playing time McCummings has some of the longest plays.....again his 3 passes are for 32, 39 and 55 yards.....where are you getting that 6 yd pass play from? Play him more - more of the much needed big plays.