Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by RK, Nov 24, 2010.
Dont want him now. He had his chance and he ditched us. We have Tyler, Nick and Brock next year we will be fine!!
fify... but would he be coming in as a WR or QB
We're about to change coaches - we don't know who is going to be here next season
Never say no to an athlete like that. So long as he has the grades, I would welcome him with open arms.
Cool. As long as he knows he would be a WR here
We should accept him and move him to safety.
I think he is upset because he isnt at QB so Cincy probably saw him and they probably think he is better at a different position and he wants to play qb.
He doesnt want to change positions he wants to play QB, and he should definately get a shot at it
EDIT: No thanks on giving someone else another shot at QB. Good luck somewhere else.
And that is precisely why I would rather not take a shot on him. If that really is the only reason he wants to leave Cincy, then I wouldn't consider him much of a team player.
He just wants his unicorn back...
I don't see the knock on giving him a shot to play QB for us....running/athletic QB's can be pretty successful in the Pac 10 (ahem Oregon)....and last time I checked, TH is the most athletic QB on our team, and no offense to Tyler, but that's not saying a whole heck of a lot
Really depends on what the offense is going to look like in the future. I'd welcome Munchie to transfer in for spring ball as long as there was an understanding that he would get a legit shot to run QB in the spring and run scout team during the 2011 season. But that if he isn't in the mix by spring 2012 to take over for Tyler, then he agrees without complaint to switch to WR at that time.
It is a matter of having potentially four underclassmen QBs in addition to Tyler Hansen. Only so many reps to go around.
I hear ya....I'm just not 100% solid that any of our QB commits will actually be Buffs on National Signing Day (lots of things up in the air until we get that new coach)...but bottom line we need a massive infusion of talent/competition at that position as it's been terribly week for far too long
Really depends a lot on who the new coach is. If the new coach wants to run an offense more like Oregon or Nebraska with the QB an integral part of the running game then Munchie gives us something we don't have right now. Tyler is mobile but only compared to QBs who play in a pocket based system. Berglund the same, a guy who can move but is primarily a passer first. Sherry looks to be the prototypical pocket type passer who primarily uses his mobility to avoid the rush, not to create running yardage. Hirschmann the same.
Munchie is almost a run first throw second guy. He throws well enough that you have to stick with guys downfield because he will pull up and launch one but he is not going to drop back, scan the field, and throw the ball into a tight space downfield that often.
With the limited number of schollies available this year unless either a couple of our QBs leave us or we get a coach who wants to go an entirely different direction I don't see a lot of room for Munchie here now. If on the other hand he were clearly willing to change positions, well, now we have room for an athlete.
Munchie and Keenan Canty were a great duo at Edna Carr High. I think Canty could have a huge voice in getting Munchie here if true. And Canty will be a stud soon w/ or w/o Munchie here.
Remember all the people against Paul Richardson coming here?
and open legs?
(rep for the first person that knows the song)
you better you bet
We still have Munchie's unicorn right?
But of course.
What a dumbass. I say no way.
i say give him a shot. if he competes at a higher level than our current players, excellent.
if not, then he can try for a walk on spot...
I welcome Munchie. We need at least a couple good qbs in the stable.
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