I've seen too many excuses/blames of some of the down turn in the season b/c we lost Mauck and had to go to Randall. The stats speak for themselves: Rushing Mauck: 50 for 175, 3.5/carry, 29.2/game Randall: 62 for 270, 4.4/carry, 27/game Passing: Mauck 63 for 130 (48%), 782 yds, 9 TDs, 2 Ints, 130.3/game, 119 Eff. Randall 68 for 136 (50%), 980 yds, 6 TDs, 4 Ints, 98/game, 119 Eff. Mauck put those #'s up vs: Va Tech, Citadel, Miami (OH), Miss St, ULL, Florida Randall's #'s vs: S. Carolina, Auburn, Kentucky, Alabama, Ole Miss, Arkansas Not that Randall blew Mauck away or anything but his #'s are very comparable against tougher competition. Also, Randall per game stats are skewed he played in 10 games.....4 of which are mop up duty. would be 45/game rush, 163/game pass. The point being there has been no drop-off at QB...yes, he has had some growing pains....primarily the Auburn game.....other than that little difference. He hasn't come close to throwing an INT since the Aubbie game either. we have just as good a chance with Randall, if not better, as with Mauck. Head-to-Head: Arm Strength: Randall Accuracy: Mauck Running Ability: Randall Speed: pick 'em Improvisation: Randall Leadership: pick 'em Turnovers: pick 'em....yes he has more int's but all 2nd start...and he looks to have cured the fumble problem. I know this is coming so I'll head it off......yes the loss of Mauck caused us to regress for Randall to come up to speed....but not a single game we lost since Randall started can be blamed on his performance...might give a little on Aubbie but I don't think we could have won even without the 4 picks. If he can get more accurate with his passing then he will be lethal. Look for him to have a good game against UT....pressure doesn't bother him and he does an excellent job of avoiding it. Looks like he has cured his fumblitis, won't throw any int's....has learned his lesson. Not that he will win the game for us but he won't lose it for us either.