With all of the neg-banging my diary has received, I am now very curious. What QB situation would Michigan fans prefer for the next 4-6 years? Here are the options I see at this point:
1. Tate continues to be healthy and awesome, holding down the starting job for the next four years. Gardner comes in and redshirts, taking over the starting job when Forcier graduates and starting for 2 years. D-Rob backs up Forcier for 2 years and then either transfers (hope not) or plays RB or Slot Ninja.
2. For whatever reason, Tate doesn't start over D-Rob and the above senario plays out reversing those two guys. Gardner still redshirts. (Although I don't see Tate playing anything but QB still.)
3. Neither of the freshmen make a solid case to be the starter going into next season and true frosh Gardner takes the reigns. Either Tate or D-Rob backs up DG for 3 years.
4. All QBs on the roster continue to split time, every year, with no one QB being the #1.
I have been on record preferring scenario 1. These are all special athletes and Michigan needs to make max use of their combined talents. I would really like to see a whole new offensive look that put two QBs, side by side, in the backfield where either can take the snap, they can hand off to each other, etc, etc. I just have no idea if that could even work. I don't think that having the QB position a revolving door like RB is the best plan, but I am no expert.
So what do you all really prefer?