Discussion in 'Football' started by Hu5k3r, Dec 8, 2018.
Looks great. Now we just gotta get him running to his left, like this old guy:
and maybe take Adrian's pic when he's in more traffic. He's always out there in the open, whereas Heisman trophy guy looks like he's about to get hit by Butkus.
All in all, not too bad for a true freshman!
What do you think it will take to get him there
Keep progressing as a passer and reading coverages. Most importantly, he needs to take much better care of the ball. Mr. Heisman has a death grip on the ball.
Put together one season of 12-0 and he will win the Heisman...
This is what Im thinking. Stats wont do it.
Murry just did it with a 11-1 season so we agree that a great winning season is going to be necessary for AM. Bottom line I have a lot more interest in Nebraska winning the BIG and making the CFP then the Heisman.
AM has a lot to learn and improve before he's going to be seriously considered a true Heisman candidate. I honestly believe however he's talented enough to make it happen over the next 3 years....
You can absolutely trust that everything in Wikipedia is true: "The Heisman Memorial Trophy (usually known colloquially as the Heisman Trophy or The Heisman), is awarded annually to the University of Oklahoma quarterback. Winners epitomize great ability combined with diligence, perseverance, and hard work. It is presented by the Heisman Trophy Trust in early December before the postseason bowl games."
AM carries the ball too high and in the wrong arm.
I remember in the early 2000s I as my background on my Computer. I had a pic of Eric Crouch with a similar look. It came from the run against MO.
As to what it takes for AM to win it. I am pretty sure the turnovers will start to fix themselves just from maturity in the position. The key will be the team around him holding up their end. In recent history your team has got to be in the running for the playoffs to even be considered a serious candidate. So the people talking 11-1 regular season (or better). That is the key.
And this pretty much backs that up...
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