Saw a tweet from Phil Steele. Bradshaw had the most experience out of the bunch, with Carter playing (starting?) 2 games last year.
Currently Carter is out with a hammy injury.
ETA: So sophomore Carter and 4 freshman QBs. Their inexperience may bode well for us against the run option.
As I was digging around about college rankings in a discussion, I stumbled across this article.
Puts Alec as the favorite here and ranked as 107 out of 128, ahead of several of our peers (in terms of QB situation).
That perception jump from dead last to over 20 spots ahead is a decent boost. Now let's take the upward momentum and actually do something.
*Insert Princess Leia hope hologram gif*
I'll go on record as saying I don't think we win a whole lot in 2016, but I sure hope we see a lot of fun football games playing Air Littrell .
This article sort of gives the background of the QB race and the benefits or consequences of who starts.
I'm interested though, do y'all think it would be better to start McNulty day 1 and hope he's improved like we need or start Smith and hope he clicks with the offense?
I know AM is probably starting week one but just curious on the general opinion.
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