I don't like the way coaches are putting in QB's for one play and out. If you're going to play a kid, I think you should put him in for at least 2 series. This would give him a chance to get a feel for the flow, get his timing down, make a mistake (maybe) and correct it. It seems like it would be real hard to walk in for one play like we've done with RP (and Fla. did with Tebow his frosh season) and expect the kid to be effective. In fact, RP did not appear effective last season on his one play opportunities, and I don't think that's his fault. We never gave him a chance to get into the flow of the game. You could say the same for running backs. For some reason, it seems a wide out could pull it off easier than a QB or RB, maybe they're not running in such tight spaces where timing seems so important. Watchathink?