For me, it's a close call between Scherer and Kennedy. Scherer got Connor Wood to transfer in and also secured Shane Dillon for the 2012 class. I wasn't crazy about 2011, but it's damn hard to find quarterbacks when you start in December. He also has Hansen with 13 TD passes against 3 INTs. For his career, Tyler's ratio was 15/17 and last year it was 6/6. In limited action, Hirschman is 5/9 completions without an INT (or TD). He's taken a couple sacks, but has done reasonably well with his first exposure to game speed. But I'll go with Kennedy. On the recruiting front, he's been an absolute beast for us in Texas. Not just for the 2012 class, but he was able to identify some late finds for the 2011 class who look like they'll be able to help us win. On the field, Richardson is probably a guy that anyone could coach up. But as we've had injuries to experienced guys like P-Rich and Cefalo, we have seen other guys step up and make plays. Canty's been a very welcome surprise. McCullough has been contributing from the start. And when given the opportunity the past few weeks, Gray has really come on. Obviously, no coach gets an "A" grade when the team is 1-6. But I do look at these two guys and feel pretty good about things as we rebuild. It's been a long, long time since I have felt that we were getting top-flight coaching at the QB and WR positions.