To QB or Not to QB: That Is the Question

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To QB or Not to QB: That Is the Question

The most talked about thing in college football these days is Michigan's QB battle. Every where you look, that's all you see about Michigan.

Who will win the QB battle? Who will get the most snaps this off-season? Do they have the right guys for the job? It is a never-ending story.

While nobody knows how the QB will turn out, we can feel good about what we have. Yes, I said it, feel good about having two freshman, Sheridan, and lurch (Cone). Tate is already studying the playbook and getting ready for spring.

Sheridan does have game experience, and can help bring the two younger QB's up to speed. From what I have heard, Denard is a quick learner, and he is  definitely in the QB competition. And Cone, will be the best sideline signal caller we have ever had.

We almost have everything we need. The only thing missing is game experience. Sure Sheridan played in a couple of games, but would you trust that guy when the game is on the line. And high school and college is a lot tougher than people think. Even if Tate or Denard becomes the starter, they are still going to make freshman mistakes. All in all, they should make there presence felt.

Every Wolverine fan has their own opinion about the QB situation. We have all heard almost everyone's opinion about.

I personally think that Tate will start, and Denard will also get some playing time. I think Sheridan and Cone will be used to coach the younger guys.

So, the point of this whole story is to get other Wolverine fans' input. My questions to you are,

1) Who will be the starter in the first game?

2) How will Denard be used this year (if he is not the starting QB)?

3) What will be Sheridan's role this year?

4) Who do you want to see at starting QB, and why?

These are a few questions from me to you. I can't stand when there is no football. For that reason, it is limited on material you can write about.

The good news, spring practice is almost here, followed by the spring game, and next thing you know it will be football season!! Go Blue!

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