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He is a good qb and a great athlete, i understand Wallace is talented as well and the future of the program for the next 2 years but i just feel as if we are wasting a great talent. Granted its a good position to be in and all but with Buchanan, Liggins, and Kincade all coming in i dont see Brunetti's pt going up at qb. Granted Liggins will prolly end up at DE or TE and i imagine Buchanan or Kincade will be redshirted but you still have Miller who i feel we need to do something with. And we have Walton, Mathers, Dodson, and probably Moore at RB, not to mention Scott for another year, I mean what do we do with all of these athletes??? I seriously hate to waste talent on the bench
This post was edited by gtownreb 19 months ago
It's a terrible problem to have huh! Imagine that kind of talent and depth in our up tempo. A fresh back every set of downs. We are going to compete for the West very soon!
Don't see us putting fresh backs in every set of downs. I like to see the D lines gasping after 50 yards and no subs.
I'm expecting Brunetti to take over the same role Mackey played for us this year. He got a lot of snaps this year and will probably get more next year, but I think we might see him some at RB and WR. He's only going to play a situational QB role. Buchanan, Kincade, and Liggins should all redshirt next year.
i see liggins get moved to a different position, but i think they will pick either Buchanan or Kincade to redshirt so that we have a QB ready the year after Wallace leaves and one the year after that, no point in having those 2 qbs graduating the same year
I'm sure Liggins will switch positions but I still think he could benefit from a redshirt. Ideally, Bo will continue to improve so I think we will redshirt both Buchannan and Kincaid. Keep in mind we have Mikhail Miller who will just be a Sophomore next year.
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