Shane Callahan.This thread shows how many casual fans are not understanding of simple rules in college football. Unless it's Marcus Houston, a guy has to sit a year after transferring unless he is a JUCO or graduate transfer. Come on people.
This is a big get. It makes the QB competition very interesting from 2017-2019
His arrival in Boulder was instrumental in quarterback Sheriron Jones transferring from Tennessee to CU this past week, because of a prior relationship with Jones and Jones' high school coach, Pete Duffy. If former Texas Tech quarterback Davis Webb winds up in Boulder, it's a good bet Chiaverini will be the main reason.
I wonder where this leaves Lindgren? Brian can't feel but a little doubt about Chiv's arrival and the shadow he's already casting. Unlike Leavitt who replaced the previous DC the situation at OC is a bit different.
considering lindgren's job depends on QB play, and Chev is going out and getting him (a) the #1 QB that was on his board last year, and (b) a top level transfer, I'd say Lindgren is probably stoked that the recruiting pressure is off.I wonder where this leaves Lindgren? Brian can't feel but a little doubt about Chiv's arrival and the shadow he's already casting. Unlike Leavitt who replaced the previous DC the situation at OC is a bit different.
FYI, per Adam those two hit it off famously.After their first meeting, he left believing he and Lindgren “are going to work really well together.” Chiaverini said Lindgren’s offense “has been running stuff I like and he likes some of the things we did at Texas Tech – like playing with the tight end. I think you can incorporate some of that open-set spread stuff that we did at Tech with a tight end in the offense.”
seems he was bitten by the over-hyped / entitled monster. he keeps moving because he's not been "given" the starter's role he "deserves"Put me firmly as a "who cares?" We have seen Montez, he can play at the P12 level. Noyer, by all reports, appears to be a competent back up. Tyler Lytle, a highly rated early enrollee and Blake Stenstrom committed, CU seems to be well-stocked at QB.
Jones, on the other hand, has two years off his clock, and is reportedly third string behind another SO, and a RSFr. He could not crack the two deep at UT, and has a career grand total of 2, count 'em, passing yards against powerhouse Tennessee Tech. Yes, he was highly rated but does not seem like he can make up his mind about where he wants to be. No thanks.
Now if some hot shot grad transfer with a ton of P5 success and experience at QB was shopping around, a horse of a different color, but Jones can find another home...I am sure he will, just not a good fit for CU now. JMO.
Hmm well, if he still wants to play, that would probably be his best route. If he doesn't have it inside anymore, shut it down and get his degree.Is "maybe" some new sport for football players that can't get their **** together?
It sounds like the perfect sport for certain former football coaches too: he should go coach maybe.