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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
(12-30-2017 01:34 PM)HuskiePride12 Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 01:28 PM)NIUfrank Wrote:  Carey would love Barrett. Good runner but not a talented passer. They don't throw much.

Urban will win a title within next two years now that Barrett graduated. He was holding them back from the big one.


What? Barrett just set a bunch of records for OSU and was basically the reason they got to the BIG championship game a few years ago and then got hurt. I don't like OSU but to say he was holding them back is crazy

He was common denominator in these past championship caliber teams that urban had. He only won when he got hurt. It's just one of those things you can't explain but i think its true. Haskins is much better and the OC will be able to open up offense more. Then schiano on D!
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
(12-30-2017 01:24 PM)Rabid Squirrel Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 01:16 PM)HuskiePride12 Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 12:58 PM)DogPoundNorth Wrote:  If Carey got a 4 or 5 star QB recruit he would play them lol. Especially since Barrett and Darnold would destroy the MAC. They would probably have half the turnovers in the MAC if not more than half.

Ok then let's go with 2 star recruit Luke Falk of WSU. He had 13 ints as well this season. The Point is those coaches realize and stick with who gives the offense best chance of making plays.

It's probably not that easy. Who was behind Falk? Maybe nobody. And Barret has the ability to run. If Santa had the potential to run for 1,000 yards, maybe Carey sticks it out through the ints.

Mostly santa was a victim of the scheme Carey wanted. He was wrong, but I'd have to imagine he thought Childers would get better not worse with each start. This offense is trash. I'd bet Huff, Tears, Blake and Wesley could have all thrived with Santa opening it up.

I agree with that. Great coaches would tweak a system to fit the better QB not go with the lesser QB just to fit the system IMO.
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
(12-30-2017 01:38 PM)HuskiePride12 Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 01:24 PM)Rabid Squirrel Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 01:16 PM)HuskiePride12 Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 12:58 PM)DogPoundNorth Wrote:  If Carey got a 4 or 5 star QB recruit he would play them lol. Especially since Barrett and Darnold would destroy the MAC. They would probably have half the turnovers in the MAC if not more than half.

Ok then let's go with 2 star recruit Luke Falk of WSU. He had 13 ints as well this season. The Point is those coaches realize and stick with who gives the offense best chance of making plays.

It's probably not that easy. Who was behind Falk? Maybe nobody. And Barret has the ability to run. If Santa had the potential to run for 1,000 yards, maybe Carey sticks it out through the ints.

Mostly santa was a victim of the scheme Carey wanted. He was wrong, but I'd have to imagine he thought Childers would get better not worse with each start. This offense is trash. I'd bet Huff, Tears, Blake and Wesley could have all thrived with Santa opening it up.

I agree with that. Great coaches would tweak a system to fit the better QB not go with the lesser QB just to fit the system IMO.

Carey was not using his eyes and brain, but rather his gut and his hopes when assessing Childers. He so wanted Childers to be his next Lynch he didn't realize Santa was probably his next Hare.
12-30-2017 01:49 PM
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
(12-30-2017 01:49 PM)Rabid Squirrel Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 01:38 PM)HuskiePride12 Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 01:24 PM)Rabid Squirrel Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 01:16 PM)HuskiePride12 Wrote:  
(12-30-2017 12:58 PM)DogPoundNorth Wrote:  If Carey got a 4 or 5 star QB recruit he would play them lol. Especially since Barrett and Darnold would destroy the MAC. They would probably have half the turnovers in the MAC if not more than half.

Ok then let's go with 2 star recruit Luke Falk of WSU. He had 13 ints as well this season. The Point is those coaches realize and stick with who gives the offense best chance of making plays.

It's probably not that easy. Who was behind Falk? Maybe nobody. And Barret has the ability to run. If Santa had the potential to run for 1,000 yards, maybe Carey sticks it out through the ints.

Mostly santa was a victim of the scheme Carey wanted. He was wrong, but I'd have to imagine he thought Childers would get better not worse with each start. This offense is trash. I'd bet Huff, Tears, Blake and Wesley could have all thrived with Santa opening it up.

I agree with that. Great coaches would tweak a system to fit the better QB not go with the lesser QB just to fit the system IMO.

Carey was not using his eyes and brain, but rather his gut and his hopes when assessing Childers. He so wanted Childers to be his next Lynch he didn't realize Santa was probably his next Hare.

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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
This is an interesting topic even though it's all speculation. A different and more relevant comparison is with Chandler Harnish. I am not calling Santa the next Harnish but do wonder about the comp. would Harnish have remained the starter as a freshman if Carey was coach? Depends on other options at qb. Heck even Kill went with Grady inexplicably several times. Harnish had 9 picks as a freshman. I have attached a link to his total stats.

https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/pla...ish-1.html
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
Would Joe Novak play Sutton at DE? Would Jerry Kill put Huff at LB? Would Dave Doeren put DJ Brown under center? Makes you think.
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
Oh give up on the Carey love. He is not a good HC
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
(12-30-2017 08:34 PM)DogPoundNorth Wrote:  Would Joe Novak play Sutton at DE? Would Jerry Kill put Huff at LB? Would Dave Doeren put DJ Brown under center? Makes you think.

Not bashing just having a sports conversation. This is like the old conversation of which Huskie team was best - 2003, 2012, 2013 or some other team. I specifically included that Harnish was second string behind Grady at different times. Kill moved Kube to linebacker which probably cost him a shot in the NFL. It's all speculative but interesting to think about.
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
(12-30-2017 09:05 PM)NIUfrank Wrote:  Oh give up on the Carey love. He is not a good HC

Lol
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RE: Could J.T. Barrett have played for Coach Carey?
Add Hornibrook (Wisconsin QB) to the list of quality QBs who struggled with INTs (15) but had a coach who stuck with him. Kid is lighting it up tonight.
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