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What does that mean for Hack? Does he get redshirted? Does it make him angry and leads to him decommitting? Or does Waters become the next McGregor and just hang out on the sidelines as an extra body?
Great thing, means Hack can redshirt which means he can play in 2 bowl games which is important to him. As for Waters him and Bench will battle it out in the spring for the top spot
It means nothing. Hack comes in and competes and we let the chips fall where they may.
Doubt he decommits. Waters essentially replaces Paul Jones on our roster (same # of years of eligibility, except Waters still has a RS). And since Hack committed when he knew Jones would be here...
Will he RS? Maybe. Coaches need to decide that once he gets here. I think he might, but you never know.
Darn I got excited for a minute there. I missed the "If" part.
This post was edited by Black Lion15772 20 months ago
Don't read into anything more than Waters being Paul Jones's replacement. This doesn't impact Hack in the slightest.
Means nothing for Hack. He comes in, competes, if he doesn't win the job he redshirts and has a clear path toward starting for three years.
“We’re doing things we couldn’t imagine,” says safety Stephen Obeng-Agyapong. “But we’re doing them together.”
Ultimately, we would Waters/Bench to start next year while Hack uses his RS. If what Ive read elsewhere about Waters is true, we have a huge coup on our hands and I would expect him to earn the start. Then Hack can play sparingly his RS freshman year then have 3 as the outright starter.
This post was edited by PSU17 20 months ago
didnt hacks dad want him to redshirt anyway?
Hack's dad wants him to RS while Hack is not sure.
Exactly, it's a good thing for Hack. This way he won't waste a year of eligibility the same way Bench did.
Hopeful it does not cause bench to leave if he can't beat out waters in the spring. That is of course if we get wAters
I'm with BlackLion every time I scroll down, and see this post. I think it says Waters commits to PSU.
Hack still hasn't reached XMas of his Sr. year in High School. Lets all wait until he gets here before we figure out what to do with him. Besides a few films I doubt many of us have seen him play all that much so to speculate what he is going to do is a little strange.
I think immediately following the visit, the possibility of saying 'when' is more in our favor than KState...though they have a visit to have a shot to take the lead back. Imo
Suck It Emmert!! and "Sorry for not being sorry for being a Penn Stater" - Philafan
It means we have two periods of QB competition.
The Spring will see Bench and Waters compete for the top job heading into summer.
Then fall camp adds Hack and we'll see who the best QB is to lead this team for at least the next two years.
Like any other competition on any other team, there is fallout. Could the loser of this competition leave? Yes. But he could stay too. Lets be excited for a spirited competition. Especially for Blue-White, for the fans. One thing I can assure you of is that Paul Jones won't tease us with one or two unbelievable plays. (Unless you go to the RMU game)
I've already discussed with other posters here, but I wouldn't be surprised if Bench transfers if he doesn't win the job coming out of the spring. That means at least his sophomore season on the bench, most likely his junior year, then he has to battle with a great recruit like Hackenburg to get the job his senior year.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
WE ARE! And we will always be...
Are there any possibilities of any QB's walking onto PSU like McGloin? Just wondering...
Tim DiGiorgio is being looked at to be a run-on.
Wish we still had Cabot.
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