Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffskier, Jun 3, 2016.
Any QB who ever got starter reps for a P5 and has eligibility left should be on the table.
He might have done better if he'd have stayed put the first time. I am not sure he can transfer within conference. Maybe hes thinking a lower division
He is a grad transfer so he can go wherever he wants
I'd be comfortable with a situation where Sefo can take his redshirt year to heal. Then we have a Sr. QB in 2017 as well.
I don't think he could even earn the start at Indiana St. Are we sure he is really an upgrade?
Yeah that's my question, is he any good?
I watch most Cal practices, and I'm an expert talent evaluator, so I can honestly say he is the second coming of Christ.
You mean Chryst, the guy at Stanford?
Who is he following on twitter?
Assuming he's interested, it would be hard for him not to be an upgrade over Gehrke. I say bring him in for depth as well as insurance in case Sefo's not ready and Montez and Noyer get the deer-in-the-headlights look when they step out in front of tens or thousands for the first time. Some rare freshman have "it" from the start. Most take a lot of seasoning.
Like Montez but not sure he is ready for live bullets. Also may help to get somebody in the QB room who is a little more mature and who has seen how QBs prepare at another place.
As long as a schollie sits idle there's nothing to lose
I was thinking a Baylor Quitter would land in our lap. Now that doesnt seem as likely. So, yeah, maybe take the guy for a year. Though I am not sure he wants to be a back up to Sefo any more then he wants to be a back up for Webb.
The only downside is how he would impact the locker room. Is he a positive influence or not? My gut instinct is that a guy who transfers three times in five years is a "Me first" guy and would not be an accretive addition to the team.
Cal, some JUCO, Indiana St., out the door after a second trip to Cal...you really question if he is "me first".
Not sure this is that big of a deal. He was recruited by Tedford and then when he lost out to Goff, he decided to seek PT. Indiana St may have been a mistake. He wanted to graduate from Cal so he went back to finish, but I'm pretty sure he was NOT on scholarship at that point.
The question shouldn't be about his me-first attitude, but his ability.
What makes you guys think he would even be interested in CU? You guys went 1-8 in conference.
You got nowhere to go but up. Unless you lose to Oregon State this year. Honestly, this is possible...you are this bad.
Lol at this mu****a!
CU is like the second ugliest b!tch in the bar.
I'll kiss u if u keep this up bb
I'm just saying... go do this. Once. Then, maybe you may be considered.
How many ****ty posts does it take for an obnoxious asshole to get the ban hammer these days?
Kyle Whittingham would kick MM ass 100 times out of 100.
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