2 quarterback offense

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  1. SECBearTiger

    SECBearTiger Freshman

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    It was a great win, this I know. But I have never ever liked the "2 quarterback system." I know when JJ is in there defenses have to worry about his scrambling so I suppose opposing d coordinaters will have to come up with a more detailed game plan, but something about it still stinks to me. I do not believe that in order to be where we want to be, running an offense with 2 quarterbacks is a championship recipe. Am I off base here?
     
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  2. BrettStah

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    It's worked before - Florida's first BCS championship, for example (when Tebow was a freshman).
     
  3. LSUDieHard

    LSUDieHard Founding Member

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    Seems to me the defense stacks the line when JJ is in; they know LSU is going to run, run, pass on third and long. That said, JJ has definitely improved. JL has taken a lot of pressure off of him and JJ knows he has to step up his game if he wants to continue to see the field.
     
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  4. Bayou Bengal11

    Bayou Bengal11 ~Orlando Tiger Coonass~

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    Ummm, we won a national championship with a 2 QB system. Maybe not to the extent of this years system. But we seriously have no choice at this point. Personally, I think Lee is the guy.
     
  5. Winston1

    Winston1 Founding Member

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    Go to the is there anyone outthere... thread for a good discussion on this.

    Props to islistl for his post below on the subject.

    "I dunno anymore.

    It worked last night.

    I mean it REALLY worked.

    The psychology of this game you can't measure in stats and quarterback ratings. I think Lee coming off the bench is exactly what he needs to calm down and play within himself.

    I would like to see Lee take more possessions.

    Starting Jefferson isn't all that bad an idea it seems."

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    There are many more along that line
     
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  6. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Not off base.

    Just slant more of the snaps to Lee's way and we should be fine.
     

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