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Old 08-28-2014, 12:19 AM   #9
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Default Re: SOS: QB guru?

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Originally Posted by 18IsTheMan View Post
... none of his QB's have done particularly well in the NFL. ...
Yes....but look at the bigger picture....how many QBs have done particularly well overall? And how many good college QBs did it take to produce that handful of great QBs?

I don't think HBC is a QB "guru"....I do think he was once-upon-a-time an offensive guru that has morphed into a HBC guru. What makes him unique as a HBC coach, is he won the Heisman and played in the NFL for 10 years, and has built winners everywhere he's coached. No HBC or QB coach in the nation has that kind of cred.
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