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    The junior lefty from Lutcher High has evolved into a steady, confident QB, helping the Ragin' Cajuns to a 6-2 start as they try to shake last Saturday's loss at Western Kentucky and prepare for this Saturday's visit to Middle Tennessee.


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    ""He's proven that (knock) tremendously wrong," Hudspeth said"

    Give Bustle's staff credit for recruiting Gautier but in the end, the Bustle belief system gave Hudspeth an unfair scouting report on Gautier and McGuire.

    Bustle was wrong on both counts, the difference being Gautier has gotten a chance to prove Bustle wrong.

    I never really bought into Bustle claiming Gautier couldn't grasp the playbook. Although Ram1fan might think otherwise.


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    From the moment I saw McGuire play in that comeback win against stAte 3 years ago, I thought he was the best QB we had, but Bustle didn't. I still don't know why!!


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    Default Re: Evolution of a Leader

    Our playbook under Bustle was like 3 plays deep so I don't know how someone couldn't grasp that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NOCajun View Post
    From the moment I saw McGuire play in that comeback win against stAte 3 years ago, I thought he was the best QB we had, but Bustle didn't. I still don't know why!!
    I had the same feeling about McGuire. Still remember Bustle closing the final preseason scrimmage in 2009 to the media. I was told by various sources that McGuire outplayed Masson, yet Masson was named the starter.

    The biggest issue with McGuire has been injuries. I believe things would have turned out different for him and the program if he hadn't been hurt so many times over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parrott View Post
    I had the same feeling about McGuire. Still remember Bustle closing the final preseason scrimmage in 2009 to the media. I was told by various sources that McGuire outplayed Masson, yet Masson was named the starter.

    The biggest issue with McGuire has been injuries. I believe things would have turned out different for him and the program if he hadn't been hurt so many times over the years.
    I heard the same thing in 09' from a few of the players on the team. BM did such a great job vs. stAte, I thought it would have been a no brainier. We might just have the most experienced QB staff in college football.

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