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I think there may be a small package of zone read but I somewhat doubt the offense is predicated on it. If you listened to Andersen talk about it he basically said he would use it as a tool to make the defense think about it. I doubt something that he will likely run 5 times per game is going to dictate his QB choice. Besides Stave did a nice job of rolling out the the pocket I don't think he's as slow as people think. He's just so tall that he looks like he lumbers when he runs.
Posted: 12/26/2012 5:32 PM
NSDBadger wrote: Agree with D3. If read-option is the offense then Houston has the tools to run it. Does Stewart fit into UW's future then?
Posted: 12/26/2012 5:38 PM
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jajulka wrote: Besides Stave did a nice job of rolling out the the pocket I don't think he's as slow as people think.
Besides Stave did a nice job of rolling out the the pocket I don't think he's as slow as people think.
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Ph3431 wrote: It'll just be nice to go into the season with some experience at QB. Both Stave and Phillips got some big game experience this year, and hopefully Houston can push them both too.I think O'Brien will transfer.
Posted: 12/26/2012 6:28 PM
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ajmadison wrote: Stave is the better athlete.After a huge Rose Bowl by Phillips, let's vote again.
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badgerscoach wrote: Houston has yet to throw a pass in a really game and most of you have him starting ?????
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Posted: 12/27/2012 7:33 AM
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jajulka wrote: Personally, I'm hoping for Houston. He appears to have the best tools. While phillips has done a nice job filling in for Stave he is definitely limited in the passing game. I think the job will be Stave's to lose but he has to get better than he was this year or I think he will be unseated.
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Posted: 12/27/2012 9:25 AM
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Phillips, based on how he has become a leader of this team, has the inside tract to continue as starting QB. Too many of us fans discount or forget the leadership factor in being a successful QB. Should Wisconsin win the Rose Bowl he will almost certainly cement his starting position.I believe this with the full knowledge that Phillips is the least-skilled passer among the team's QBs. If you go back to the Alvarez years, Samuel and Bollinger were not the best passers on the team but they were great leaders, each with a Rose Bowl victory and with a record-setting running back lined up behind them.
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