Not gonna happen. Just proves my point that the evaluation of the quarterback or any other position should not be placed soley on performance in a controlled practice.
Moye was a game day peformer, so is Rico Watkins. Glenn might look good but no one was hitting him in the mouth in practice. He simply doesn't have the capacity to mentally react to his surroundings quickly enough.
Last Edit: Nov 22, 2004 7:05:16 GMT -5 by Aggie One
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I was very impressed by Moye. He's actually better when he scrambles. The receivers also did an excellent job of getting open. I guess we got a few glimmers of Brick's offense when it's executed properly. The offensive line still get's a D for their performance.
Again, this only confirms that Small should have stayed with Moye in the Norfolk State and play him for the rest of the season. You could tell in the ELON game he brought more to the table. His foot work is faster, better scrambler, better passer and has more heart than Marshal would ever have.
This is another mistake Small made. You have got to let QBs know I am sticking with you through thick and thin. I have never liked this switching QB every game. If you look at most Pro team they never switch base on pure emotion even when there is a QB controversy.