Impact of Rattay

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Tim Rattay is in charge of the biggest variable of the 2020 football Pokes. How QB Sanders plays is the key to our season. We have the ingredients for a very good team. To be great, Sanders has to improve and be very good.

So the number one storyline from now until conference games will be how much can Sanders improve? And the guy in charge of this is Tim Rattay.

will OC Dunn be calling plays to fit Sanders limitations or calling plays taking advantage of his playmaking?

to win a B12 Championship Sanders must win some games for us. Can Rattay get him to that level?
 
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Tim Rattay is in charge of the biggest variable of the 2020 football Pokes. How QB Sanders plays is the key to our season. We have the ingredients for a very good team. To be great, Sanders has to improve and be very good.

So the number one storyline from now until conference games will be how much can Sanders improve? And the guy in charge of this is Tim Rattay.

will OC Dunn be calling plays to fit Sanders limitations or calling plays taking advantage of his playmaking?

to win a B12 Championship Sanders must win some games for us. Can Rattay get him to that level?
Probably in limited company, but with everything going on and the ever-expanding list of things being shut down, doomsday prognostications from the likes of Faucci, and the closures seeming to reach further and further into the summer, I cannot get excited, even as a diversion, with the increasing probability even football may not take place this fall. Football in a few months should be the bright spot at the end of the tunnel but fear we are the coyote and that is just another train coming at us.
 
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Tim Rattay is in charge of the biggest variable of the 2020 football Pokes. How QB Sanders plays is the key to our season. We have the ingredients for a very good team. To be great, Sanders has to improve and be very good.

So the number one storyline from now until conference games will be how much can Sanders improve? And the guy in charge of this is Tim Rattay.

will OC Dunn be calling plays to fit Sanders limitations or calling plays taking advantage of his playmaking?

to win a B12 Championship Sanders must win some games for us. Can Rattay get him to that level?
Great topic for discussion. They sure were saying the right things last week. Can't wait to find out.
Hopefully they will let them have additional practices with the coaches later in the spring or early summer.