Posted: 12/26/2012 10:57 PM
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george14 wrote: Guy finishes the year with 23 TD and 9 INT. Never a great QB but good in my opiniong, kept us in games. Glad to see him go out with a win.
Posted: 12/26/2012 11:01 PM
Posted: 12/26/2012 11:04 PM
CMichFan wrote: I would say tonight showed him both at his best and worst. We got lucky on what should have been a pick-six, for example. But he was money when it counted most, and I'm glad for both him and the team. They go out winners in the postseason on national TV.
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CMUDOC wrote: As I posted on another post, I expect Ryan Radcliff to be drafted by an NFL team higher than Dan LeFevour was! And, very possibly have a pretty good NFL career! I believe he has many of the "skills" NFL teams require!
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Posted: 12/27/2012 4:33 PM
From everything I hear, RR is a good guy, and I’m glad he ends his career on a high note. Having said that, I do look forward to breaking in a new QB next year.
The bowl game showed RR at his best in the first quarter, but later showed some of his traits that have made me extremely nervous over the past few seasons. Overall he had a good game last night, yet I was still relieved that we wouldn’t need to depend on him in OT.
I don’t see him having much chance of playing in the NFL. The game speeds up considerably, and there is so much more pressure there. Some of the qualities I’ve seen lacking in him are the very things that NFL play requires. Even if some coach could break him of his habit of staring down receivers, and teach him to get through his progressions much quicker (which would make me wonder what’s wrong with our coaches), I still don’t see the swagger and confidence in him that is needed at that level. But whatever he ends up doing, I wish him the best in life going forward.
Posted: 12/27/2012 4:42 PM
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