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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    You think the concussion happened after the game?
    If you want to put the offense of the beginning of the year against the 2011 offense or 2008 offense or in Jake years, I'll be happy to take that bet. These numbers were with smoke and mirrors when nobody knew who Ragas was and Will Hall was actually running some motion and misdirection. There is no way that I'd consider this offense "prolific" with either Nunez or JD at the helm. At least not this year. Part of that effectiveness needs to lead to victories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    You think the concussion happened after the game?
    We used both QB's twice on substitution...3 points

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    If you want to put the offense of the beginning of the year against the 2011 offense or 2008 offense or in Jake years, I'll be happy to take that bet. These numbers were with smoke and mirrors when nobody knew who Ragas was and Will Hall was actually running some motion and misdirection. There is no way that I'd consider this offense "prolific" with either Nunez or JD at the helm. At least not this year. Part of that effectiveness needs to lead to victories.
    I can never take anything away from Jake but I will add he had a defense.

    2008 had the #1 big play offense (scores from 50 yards out) in the country. I can't hand it all to the QB except no one ever has mastered the fake handoff like Dez.

    2011 and Gautier was amazing, it is a shame he lost his job to an injury. World's best ever on side kick unit.

    That is how I remember those years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Not that it helps my argument but CajunsMike said he is probably only here 2 1/2 years.
    Correction=3 1/2 years. Still that means pulling the redshirt could have been done sooner as he won't be here for Year 5. He is the one who has told people that is his plan.

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    Default Re: Levi Lewis will GRADUATE in less than 4 years.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunsmike View Post
    Correction=3 1/2 years. Still that means pulling the redshirt could have been done sooner as he won't be here for Year 5. He is the one who has told people that is his plan.
    Thanks, I thought you said he would graduate early and I subtracted too many years.

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    If he's smart he should start.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    You think the concussion happened after the game?
    Like in a locker-related incident?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmv90 View Post
    Like in a locker-related incident?
    No, an in-game concussion would definitely affect offensive productivity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliek View Post
    Of the issues with Hud this one is the least controversial to me. So much can happen in 4 years, if the kid is physically and mentally ready to play...play him. If he had pulled the redshirt with a game or two and nothing left to play for, it would have been bad. But IF he gets 5-6 games of live experience I think it's a good move. Regardless of if there were also selfish reasons for the move.
    Yo make a great point. But I think you're also looking at it In isolation. The past few years have brought in so many "QB controversies" and there has rarely been continuity. This comes from Huds recruiting, Huds failure to develop a QB, and Huds constant desperation in needing that new and shiny QB that will be his savior. I wouldn't have a problem with pulling the red shirt if that was the only issue. But this is a pattern with Hud. You can't expect a QB to develop properly if you take him out after a bad game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    No, an in-game concussion would definitely affect offensive productivity.
    Yes. But you mentioned after the game, so...

    Just looking at history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    No, an in-game concussion would definitely affect offensive productivity.
    Davis replaced him before the concussion for lack of production. Davis got hurt again so Nunez went back in. He then got a concussion and was replaced again by an injured Davis. They each went in twice and scored 3 points total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    No, an in-game concussion would definitely affect offensive productivity.
    For ____s sake just stop! Davis has skills but doesn't seem to have the intangibles. Nunez is a solid backup but he's not a D1 QB. Most people can see that Lewis, although young and inexperienced is the best option going forward.

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