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Is this a real question?
"I never knew I had a foot until I noticed it was on your neck"
Absolutely it is.
That's like saying,"How can you have a favorite all-time 'Nole?" We all do. It's human nature to be drawn to one player over another, even if you're rooting for both. For instance, I love all the current 'Noles, but there's just SOMETHING about JWJ and Timmy Jernigan. I don't know what it is, I just love the way they play.
I do like Clint Trickett a lot, but there's just something about JW. He's got that "it" factor. I can't explain what draws me to him. It's human nature.
So according to fsufelip logic...
Even though Chris Thompson was severely injured during the Wake Forest game in the 2011 season, with a season ending injury which took a year to rehab...
In the 2012 Wake game, we should have been rooted equally, for Thompson/Wilder/or/Pryor to have blown them up....
Because it just makes no sense why you would root for one player over the other.
Because CT is not very mobile and small. His ability to get off passes will largely depend on the OLine to protect as he does not have the size or the speed to improvise as Coker or Winston. Any pressure what so ever with CT and we will experience batted down balls from DL, not to mention that he could hit the ground when the wind blows.
Having said that, if Jimbo uses him right, short drops, quick passes, designed and protected roll outs he could be successful. Generally speaking a pure pro style passer is not usually successful unless the oline is lights out in both blocking fundamentals (pass pro, run).
This is why I think a heavy spread attack with our mobile and big QBs will better suit our offense. Let's face it, we are not Bama on the Oline. We aren't bad but aren't good enough to line across the UFs and LSUs of the world and produce.
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