Here's my strategy for the solving the QB situation... I have to say that I’d like to see JL get some time if JJ continues to struggle. So if I were head coach, I would give JJ 2-3 series and if he doesn’t perform, in JL goes. If JL succeeds (connects on passes, runs the option well) I would leave him in. I would allow him one interception, but then if he fumbles or throws another pick - then I would put JJ back in. One the second time in, I would give JJ only 1-2 series and if he succeeds in moving the ball, great - but if not, back in with JL - also for 1-2 series. If Lee fails to deliver yet again, then I would give each one of them 1 series apiece - until someone emerged as the leader. And then, if that plan doesn't work, I'd simply rotate between them on each play. At least that way they could run the plays in from the sidelines. If that fails, I'll put them both in the back field and run the wildcat. Finally, if nothing else works, I would give them dueling pistols and at halftime, they would stand back to back in the eye of the Tiger. They would take 20 paces, turn and shoot. JJ’s shot will land in the dirt or completely leave the stadium. Jl’s bullet will hit a defense back for Tennessee. This is my plan.