At 3-3, we are pretty much halfway through our season and it is becoming apparent that we will only go as far as our offense will. When we can overpower a team with our running game (a la UCLA), we can cover for the weak QB we have. But when our running game is getting bottled up, we have to trust that Riley can do something.
At this point, I have to say that Kevin Riley is not going to get any better at QB. I thought he turned a corner last year, but he seems to have completely fallen off a cliff. I am a little puzzled that Tedford didn't bench him in the second half of the U$C game and at least give Mansion/Sweeney a shot as they could get some valuable time in during garbage time.
Here's my question-is it time to yank Riley for the other two and use the second half of 2010 to build for 2011? Or will the team be more competitive with Riley at QB and having us start out with unproven starting QBs next fall?
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