PSU notebook: McGloin's great day clouds QB situation

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So here comes another quarterback controversy to discuss, at least for another week.
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leppy

Myerstown, PA

#1 Nov 7, 2010
Let McGloin take the team the rest of the year...he is obviously the more experienced quarterback...He exhibits good judgement and confidence at that position and whole team responds positively to him...he is a leader..salvage what you have left of the season....next year is next year...Bolden is too young...yes he has talent but it needs to be developed..he is no Heisman quarterback...Had McGloin started the whole season we would more than likely have a better record....The Alumni have enough to be upset about with the 30% increase in ticket prices !!!!
GET TO THE POINT

Hanover, PA

#2 Nov 7, 2010
BOLDIN isn't ready. McGLOIN is! Its not that hard of a decision.
Dr Zaes

York, PA

#3 Nov 7, 2010
Let's see, three straight wins, 76 points in the last two games. Hmmm. Doesn't sound like a hard decision to me.

Since: Feb 08

Mechanicsburg, PA

#4 Nov 7, 2010
Silas Redd is the real deal. He's got the quick hips and cut moves like Curt Warner and and the explosive burst like Ki-Jana Carter had in their PSU days. Keep an eye on this guy.
Waterboy

Spring Grove, PA

#5 Nov 8, 2010
Hasn't it become very clear that PSU has the talent on all sides of the ball to compete with anyone. Look at the defense again Saturday. Tom Bradley has them playing way off the line of scrimmage again and they don't have a chance to stop anyone within 10 yards. Down 21 - 0 then Bradley thinks he should change the defense.
Remember the Ohio State game last year when Bradley had them in the wrong defense all game. Well here is his chance to correct the problem Saturday night.
We all know that Bradley and Pryor are close friends but Tom has to remember who pays his bills.
Tony

Jacksonville, FL

#6 Nov 8, 2010
Waterboy wrote:
Hasn't it become very clear that PSU has the talent on all sides of the ball to compete with anyone. Look at the defense again Saturday. Tom Bradley has them playing way off the line of scrimmage again and they don't have a chance to stop anyone within 10 yards. Down 21 - 0 then Bradley thinks he should change the defense.
Remember the Ohio State game last year when Bradley had them in the wrong defense all game. Well here is his chance to correct the problem Saturday night.
We all know that Bradley and Pryor are close friends but Tom has to remember who pays his bills.
NO! most of the talent goes other places because the PSU program is one in a temporary status until they can remove the deadwood and insert someone who will no just hangout but take the rains and run.
George

Washington, DC

#7 Nov 8, 2010
Tony wrote:
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NO! most of the talent goes other places because the PSU program is one in a temporary status until they can remove the deadwood and insert someone who will no just hangout but take the rains and run.
400 victories with one school and you call him deadwood? What would a new coach and staff do to win immediatley? Itas not like when schools would be going through "re-building years! The alumni and boosters want immediate results and 10-2 seasons arent even giood enough!

Since: Feb 08

Mechanicsburg, PA

#8 Nov 8, 2010
Waterboy wrote:
Hasn't it become very clear that PSU has the talent on all sides of the ball to compete with anyone. Look at the defense again Saturday. Tom Bradley has them playing way off the line of scrimmage again and they don't have a chance to stop anyone within 10 yards. Down 21 - 0 then Bradley thinks he should change the defense.
Remember the Ohio State game last year when Bradley had them in the wrong defense all game. Well here is his chance to correct the problem Saturday night.
We all know that Bradley and Pryor are close friends but Tom has to remember who pays his bills.
I'm not saying definitely this week but, the defense does need to blitz more. Shooting a LB or saftey up the A gap as the defenders on the outside get up field, makes for a an easy sack-pressure situation. QB's that can run well tend to do so against them because the Lions can't get consistent straight up inside push while the DE's get up field too far, creating big escape lanes. Better to slant the downlinemen left and right to make space for a delayed blitzer to come free up the center.

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