If Feagin starts at QB, we will hit depths that no one can have possibly imagined. He has struggled to grasp even the basics of the offense, lacks a strong arm, and just simply isn't a Division I QB. Rich Rod took a flyer on him as a Plan C in case we didn't land Pryor or another dual threat QB; unforunately for us, Plan A and B failed, and we were stuck with Threet, Sheridan, and Feagin. Playing Feagin will not do us any good and the results on the field will get very ugly. We need to stick with Threet.
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