I certainly hope we win in a convincing manner, but an away game with injuries, a new QB and talent development in our recievers I am anxious as all get-out. It’s also reasuring that the O-line seems to be more syncronystic and deeper this year early on. So far, we had 2 challenging wins and decent performance overall. Wondering what the wonks on board would say if they wrote this inconclusive article?
I was thinking Chip wanted Garbers to start, but he had 1 TD, 2 picks against Coastal and Dante Moore (FR) played better when he got a chance (2 TD, 1 INT). Moore started SDSU and NC Central and had 5 TDs, no picks in those 2. Has no rushing yards, so not dual threat. I hope our D forces him into some mistakes. 12 sacks, 1 TD for the D!
UCLA went down to SDSU, but this seems like their 1st true road game. The altitude could impact them.
I am started to wonder if he will play at all this season. That may sound far-fetched, but I’m pessimistic that way. I don’t think Utah has a good chance at all of winning at USC or Washington without him.
My assumption is we’re going to keep investing in Nate.
Nate & Cam were throwing the ball back & forth during the Weber game and Cam ran about 20 yards, looked kind of gingerly… but it could have easily been Cam goofing on the fans, or emphasizing some rehab mechanics, etc.
Nate has a better arm than I thought. We knew it was strong, but he’s got impressive accuracy, too. He just needs to make the next step & realize he doesn’t have to throw frozen ropes everywhere, for fear of getting picked. With all these reps, the game will start to slow down for him.
As much of a gamer as Huntley was, I think Nate has more upside.
They are lazy, slow, dull, and call in “sick” often. When they aren’t complaining about “living wages” they are stealing from the liquor cabinet. If you must hire one be sure to have cameras and review regularly.
UCLA freshman quarterback Dante Moore is off to a great start, ranked fifth nationally in pass efficiency (albeit on 51 attempts). But unless he’s superhuman, I’d expect an 18-year-old making his first conference road start, in the Pac-12’s most hostile venue, against a defense allowing 270.7 yards per game, to have a tougher time of it this week.