Aside from the giant discrepancies in the volume control from one segment to another, good analysis, Bdowd. Hopefully we can close the book on a few unanswered questions this Saturday - in a good way.
It's a work in progress...hopefully I'll figure out some of the volume issues in the future.Like our Boilers, we'll get better each time we do it, hopefully.
B-dowd has always had volume issues. ZING!
I do believe Terbush played his best game on Saturday. He did look more confident in his abilities. Although completing many of his passes, it did look as if he was getting rid of the ball just a tick too late. There were a couple plays that would have gone the distance if he'd made the decision to throw quicker. As far as Nord goes, the man drives me absolutely INSANE! He makes a brilliant call one minute, and the next he has Terbush lined up at WR on 2 straight plays which ultimately led to a 3 and out at a very critical point in the 2nd half. He coaches like a closing pitcher in the beginning of a game and coaches like a starter at the end. It just seems like he trying to fool the opposition at a time in the game when it isn't even remotely close to being needed.
I think highly of Robert Marve, and I think he's clearly the best QB we have when he's healthy. I would like to see him get a shot to play after all he's been through. That being said, please start Caleb TerBush and keep him in full time unless Marve has the ability to play a full game. The revolving QB system DOES NOT WORK, and we will lose if we try to do it again. Bringing in Rob Henry for a few plays in the wildcat is a completely different matter, even if it's ineffective. Let TerBush be the guy and develop a rhythm, even if he doesn't give us the best chance to win. Playing one quarterback is what gives us the best chance to win.
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