Perhaps I shouldn't even be thinking about this yet because the Tigers still have three games left on the 2004 schedule and no doubt a post season bowl game. However, as the season winds down I'm concerned about the QB situation for the 2005 season. We've seen basically two guys play the QB position all year with the exception of about 5 plays. One of those two is graduating or his eligibility is up and the other, IMO hasn't improved nearly as much as I would liked to have seen. Actually, I'm not sure I've seen any improvement. Now I'm not saying that Flynn could be or would any better than Russell, but if he's not (haven't seen enough of him) it really concerns me for next season. Evidently the coaching staff thinks Russell is better than Flynn and if he is, it doesn't fair well for the Tigers next season. Based on what I've seen until now, it appears to me at this point that we're heading into next season without a true starting QB. I think Saban is a great coach and wouldn't trade him for anyone out there but, I hate to think that what we have seen this year is a precurser to what we will be seeing in 2005. Hopefully the coaching staff has someone or something in mind that will solve what I believe is going to be a big problem next year. It just seems to me like they are not preparing for next year. Any thoughts?