Originally posted by global_nomad:Originally posted by B650:Originally posted by global_nomad:Originally posted by blizzuntz:Forget that! Lets compare him to the Greatness that is Tom Brady.
We should wait til he at least throws one pass in the NFL before having this discussion
Apparently Tom Brady's coaches at Michigan were Nate's coaches at Ball State.
I wonder if anyone would have the balls to want to ask them to compare Brady and Davis????
Oh heres a guy!
Look, if the sports world didn't operate under the control of a sports-media dictatorship, I wouldn't have to provide you the context. A powerful, unbiased, independent journalist would've traveled to Ball State during the summer and talked with the man who recruited Tom Brady to Michigan (Brady Hoke) and the man who coached Tom Brady at Michigan (Ball State offensive coordinator Stan Parrish).
Hoke and Parrish can put Nate Davis in context more effectively than I can.
Nate Davis has the tools to be better than Tom Brady. Hoke and Parrish will tell you that, and they absolutely adore Tom Brady.
Whitlock Bleacher Report 9/26/08
I don't know, but the bottom line is that Nate Davis has a cannon and Shaun Hill throws ducks. Davis is 10 years younger. We should be looking at benching Hill very shortly if this crap keeps up.
I'm about 97% sure that Frank Gore, even though he is doing his job behind a crappy line also, will make Hill's job 10 times easier. Oh yeah and if a guy like Crabtree can help Hill out too, I like our chances of being more successful.
Don't get me wrong, I want to phase Hill out eventually. I would like Davis to start for us next year and us not to waste a high draft pick on a QB. But I think Hill has proven he can be successful when surrounded by the right weapons (which he was missing the last 2 and 9/10ths games.
Yeah, but that was with Martz as the OC. He looks lost this year. Hopefully he can turn it around soon because we HAVE to beat Houston.