Purdue's Hope Feeling Pressure, May Consider Using Two QB System
Purdue head coach Danny Hope is trying everything he can to get off the hot seat. It's clearly written out as he is not only considering using two defensive schemes, but now he may be considering using a two QB system in 2012.
Just a month after Purdue QB Robert Marve was granted a 6th year by the NCAA, Hope has gone back to the drawing board determining which quarterback will lead the Boilermakers this season. Marve put up decent numbers in 2011, passing for 633 yards and four touchdowns while backing up starting QB Caleb TerBush.
Spring 2012 is here, and Hope is asking the question: Caleb TerBush, or Robert Marve?
Though there are indications we'll see both quarterbacks often in 2012, or perhaps more.
On the Spring 2012 roster, The Boilermakers have four quarterbacks who are expected to compete for the starting job. With TerBush as the incumbent, Marve is very talented and will most likely be the lead man to unseat him, but he has proven to be injury prone. Rob Henry is the most athletic. And Sean Robinson has had previous starting experience.
Hope may just split the difference.
"It's likely Hope will use a two-quarterback system, choosing a pocket passer and a Wildcat-type quarterback to be on the field together at points," Stacy Clardie wrote for Yahoo! Sports.
This lends up to believe Henry will find playing time no matter what, if he doesn't win the job outright. Then it just comes down to TerBush and Marve once again to be named the team's starter.
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