I totally agree with you. At other universities, where an athlete is only looking out for his own best interest, our two QB issue could be a real issue and perhaps, so much of an issue that the back up may transfer out. This even happened to us in the very recent past,
In our case, here and now, we have two return missionaries that are not selfish and that want more than anything else, to have their Church owned University step up to the next level. They, each of them, put their Church and their University first, What a winning opportunity we now have.
With two great quarter backs, one a little better in running with the ball and the other a little better at passing the ball, but both with the capability of making the big winning plays, we now have the best of all worlds.
Now wanting to sound to confident, but I find it difficult not to be extremely confident, I look at this new season of 2016, the toughest SOS season of all time, with great expectations. I have total confidence in our OC, a 14 year veteran in the NFL, a hall of fame QB, , a Heisman trophy winner, a great guy that has had experience is whole life having been born into a football family with dad as a great high School coach, brother as an NFL star, himself coaching while being in the NFL and now coaching at the place he earned his trophy. This OC is also the QB coach, If that is not enough to give a world of confidence, our Wide Receiver is also a 14 year veteran in the Professional Canadian League and he too is a hall of fame wide receiver and one of the best wide receivers to ever play at BYU. If that is not enough, we are bringing back the ole LaVel Edwards Wide Receiver package where the tight end will once again be a receiving threat that the defense will need to deal with.
Hey fish, I am soooooooo hyped that I could go on for pages about the improvements that I see from the old and gone HC to the new HC. I love the difference. I am happy with Lamb and his experience being the assistant HC and the soecial teams coach,
I am thrilled that our football talk is about the teaching and learning of he basics and fundamentals instead of the not so cute slogans and the lessons of how each coach through out the nation should act and coach using our own HC as the model to follow.----NOT !!! Fish, let the games begin.