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Good for him. While it's debatable whether he was every a D-1 quarterback based on skills, he still gave it a shot. Here's hoping he does well in his chosen profession.

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Excellent segment. I suggest you guys listen. makes some interesting points, especially on Callahan forceing the passing offense on him even though that wasn't his forte.

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I watched the '03 Utah State game a while ago,he was a true frshman, and he looked great. It was garbage time and it wasn't great competition, but he made some plays that made him look like Frazier. It's too bad it didn't work out for him here, best of luck to him as a coach.

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I watched the '03 Utah State game a while ago,he was a true frshman, and he looked great. It was garbage time and it wasn't great competition, but he made some plays that made him look like Frazier. It's too bad it didn't work out for him here, best of luck to him as a coach.

 

i still think he would have done fine with the old coaches, and i think the direction they were trying to take the offense(solich and cotton, not callahan) would have fit him ok. I remember that running out of bounds crap, but on the other hand i also remember him making a decent play with his feet and scoring a touchdown and Callahan RIPPING his ass.

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