2014 Quarterback Discussion...

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  1. OSUBasketballJunkie

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  2. ScarletMerica

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    Who becomes the back up. Kenny G held it down, next man up? Cardale? JT Barrett? Newbie Stephen Collier?
     
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  4. wesbranscum

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    Barrett is future, but Collier is the next Kenny, thats just how i see it
     
  5. LifetimeBuckeyeFan

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    I personally like Barrett over Cardale, but whoever the backup is, they need to get a lot of snaps, because not having Kenny G. if we need him is scary. He was a luxury most teams never have. Cardale is a tough one for me, the guy has Jamarcus Russell type build and a cannon of an arm, but all his mop up time he was not allowed to throw.
     
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    Braxton
    Barrett
    Jones
    Collier
     
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    I would imagine that Barrett will be given a hard look in the spring......
     
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    Ohio State's Next Number Two

     
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    Herman said last nite that C.Jones has earned the right to take the first snap as no.2 QB,the guy is 6'5 245 lbs.:smile:
     
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    Click here if you're a schmuck
     
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    Just when I thought I was faux pas free,i done it agin,but I'm sure u still love me anyway??:cry:
     
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    So, you're a schmuck too?
     
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    With the injury to Braxton........

    Jones, Collier and Barrett will get plenty of snaps in the spring.......

    I think that is a great thing.......
     
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    Yep, it's safe to assume that QB2 will take at least a handful of meaningful snaps next season.
     
  18. PHATBUCK13

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    As soon as I read the news about Brax surgery, my very first thoughts were about getting to see more of the young Bucks in the Spring practices and more importantly (as a fan) the Spring Game...

    I would imagine that Jones and Barrett will start and Collier will get some snaps for both teams...

    I think Collier will be better than most people think, but just how good that is I have no idea...

    I would be happy if he turned out to be as good as Kenny (19 total TDs, 2 INTs) a few years down the road. Guiton could've been All-B1G and I think he would've broke Troy Smith's season record of 30 passing TDs if he was the full time starter in 2013...

    We should also finally get to see Cardale sling the rock some too...Urban likes to pass the ball in the Spring Game because it needs more actual game reps than the running game..

    I'm also excited to see what Barrett looks like out there...I hope they allow some contact on him so we can see his running game and his throwing ggame...

    I think Barrett gets over 75 pass attempts in the regular season this year and he has a chance to be a 3 year starter here if Torrence Gibson doesn't come to OSU...
     
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    • The pecking order at backup quarterback: Herman said it’s too early to name Miller’s backup, but he did say it is going to be “a huge spring†for Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett. Jones will get the first reps with the second team, but it seems both have an even shot at earning the role. Their battle is magnified given Miller will be limited during spring practice after undergoing minor surgery on Friday.

    “Based on pure game experience and the fact that he’s been in the program, I think Cardale Jones has earned the right to take the very first rep with the second team," Herman said. "Now, how many he’ll get from that point forward and how long or short his leash is will be up to him and then up to how J.T. makes the most of his reps.€
     
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