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1) If Fuente enters the season feeling that the QB competition was very close between two or three players, do you think he will be more likely to either rotate quarterbacks or have a quicker “hook” if the offense is not performing well? – WestEndHokie39
Chris Coleman: I just can’t see him rotating quarterbacks at all. That’s rarely a good thing to do. The only time when it can become advantageous is when your two quarterbacks are completely different from a physical standpoint, like Sean Glennon and Tyrod Taylor. Bryan Stinespring did a great job of managing that rotation in 2007. It’s a lot harder than it sounds.
I don’t see how there could be a rotation this year. It’s true that Josh Jackson is a little bit different than AJ Bush and Hendon Hooker, but the difference isn’t nearly as drastic as Glennon-Taylor. Jackson is more mobile than Glennon, while Bush and Hooker aren’t as dynamic as Tyrod. I just can’t see any kind of a rotation.
As far as having a quicker hook, that’s hard to say. He’s never benched a quarterback before. If he did, it was very early in his career at Illinois State. It never happened at Memphis, and it didn’t happen at TCU either as far as I could tell. Why? Because all the quarterbacks he coached put up great numbers. All were very good at not turning the ball over. The only quarterback to throw more interceptions than...
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