I've always been a Wynn supporter. Maybe he won't ever be a Hiesman candidate,
and maybe never a super-star, but he is and will be good enough to get a lot of
wins for Utah. He is only a Sophomore, and I am convinced his numbers this year
are exceeded only by Brian Johnson's SENIOR year and Alex Smith.I am
disappointed in the boos at RES against Wynn. And I NEVER supported bringing in
Cain - not even against TCU or Notre Dame. I was yelling NO! when Cain came in
the game against BYU and sure enough, 2 interceptions came quickly. (I am not
bagging on Cain - he is a fine QB - perhaps the best backup QB in the nation -
it is just that he hadn't had as much preparation as Wynn. Cain is a stud
though.)Wynn - you are awesome. For a Sophomore, you have had a
great year and I have confidence you will get even better, and probably rival
Stupid of coaches to listen to ute fans booing and throw in the towel with Cain,
Wyn is not good but is better than the alternative. Better be
looking for a jc transfer qb or the pac will eat you up.
Jordan is a solid QB, and like Dalton two years ago had his ups and downs. If he
continues to develop his talent, the Utes will be in good sape at QB.They also have Devonte Christopher and Luke Matthews returning, as well as
Reggie Dunn and their TEs. So he'll have plenty of good targets.Replacing Asiata and Wide will be challenging, particulary given Sausan being
out. Hopefully there is a JC transfer out there ready to come play in the
PAC-12.O-line will lose two starters, Caleb S. and Zane Taylor.
Those guys were solid.Congrats Jordan one a classic win. Here's
hoping you have a great bowl game and prove the naysayers wrong, once again!
Wynn is a great quarterback. Let's take a step back folks. Utah is 10-2 for
the season. Wynn is a true sophomore and is currently ranked in the top 25 best
college quarterbacks (based on pass percentage, yards per throw, touchdown
passes, etc).To put this in perspective, the highly touted Heaps is
currently ranked 104th in the nation based on the same statistics.Wynn is great quarterback who will only get better. The future is bright.
Crimson bright. Go Utes, go Wynn!
I'm still surprised that Utah has changed its offense and no longer has the QB
make zone reads and pull the ball when the defender squeezes down. It really
makes no sense and makes the run game predictable and much less effective. And,
why in the world wouldn't you have Wynn (and especially Cain) run QB draws all
night long with BYU dropping eight?They put Cain in and have him
throw seven times? Nuts. Time to retool the offense guys.
So who would you take for the coming years - Wynn or Heaps???I
personally thing the teams are headed in opposite directions. Bottom line -
Wynn IS NOT a winner and it will be proven next year.
Man come on to read a couple articles and comments and all I read is ByeBye
spelling doom for the U in the future. But to say Wynn is not a winner is very
comical. What has he done lost 4 games in 2 seasons? That is the same ammount as
Heaps in his Freshman year alone right? Wynn had an amazing Freshman year and
hit some hard times a couple of the games this year. But he is still a sophmore.
Those "hard times a couple of the games this year" exposed your QB and
team. The gist of all of this is that next year the Utes are going to be
playing teams that are not your typical MWC cupcakes.I would not
spell it as "doom" for the Utes but face it, if you think next year is
going to be like this season you're crazy and you give absolutely no credit to
the conference you're going to.It will be a higher level of football
but it's not going to be easy and Wynn has a tendancy to choke under true
pressure. Cain is no better either.
Love Utah fans jumping back on the Wynn bandwagon. Wynn is so weak. The Utes
better get a better QB if they want any success in the Pac. I was very surprized
Cain did so poor. I'm not a Heaps fan either, but he looked head over heals
better than Wynn Saturday.
OtisHe's not a great QB. To be great you have to show up in the big
games and he didn't do that this year. Part of it is clearly the system and
that's not his fault. Hopefully Utah brings in smarter offensive coordinators,
because they just don't attack defenses intelligently IMHO. If Utah does that
maybe Wynn achieves his potential. Fortunate for the Utes that BYU's O
coordinator is no better.
Wynn is going to struggle! The guy is never a threat to take off and run, you
don't have to account for him doing anything but pass or hand off. That's what
TCU and everybody since we played them has done. On the misdirection plays, all
they ever do is go up the middle. If you're going to run an option play you
have to have to QB be an option! But Wynn is not. So all the D has to do is
sag off on coverage and there's nobody for Wynn to pass to. The offense becomes
one dimentional, and goes nowhere. I am a Utah man, but we are in trouble
at QB. Wynn's scared to death of getting hit at all! You can't win scared!!
@ ByeByeUtes...(sigh)Look at the two quarterbacks'
overall records, stats, and ratings. Now take into account that JJ DiLuigi is
the only reason why Heaps got the majority of his yards over the course of the
season, and tell me who's been better so far. What the future holds
is uncertain, but up to now, Wynn has been the superior quarterback.