you had to think that regardless of who won the job going into the Utah St game September 3rd, the Utes would win in spite of the QB instead of the QB winning games.
My expectations have always hovered around 9-3/10-2 for this team. Certainly, I can't bring myself to fully say any one game on the schedule is a loss, but the combination of all we lost between last year and this year, plus "fate", means we won't go undefeated in consecutive seasons.
It will be interesting to see how the offensive philosophy changes with an 18-year-old that isn't an option QB. Do we still go no-huddle with Wynn? Will Schramm still move us towards becoming a "true" spread offense? Or do we move back to a "traditional" offense where we use the play clock and bring in certain personnel groupings to exploit weaknesses in a defense?