Expensive accelerant, no flame.You're pouring gas on a fire that isn't burning. Whipple is in a position at NU where he can have whatever he wants. He wants to work with his kid and feels his kid can help the program. Nothing more, nothing less.
Whipple's probably forgotten more about offense and QB coaching than Verdu & Lubick ever knew.Expensive accelerant, no flame.
And I agree. Whipple's son's presence is to enhance his coaching (through better perspective on connections with his QB's) not detract from it. Whipple isn't a moron.