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  • Dennis Dixon or Brady Leaf

    Personally I hope it Dennis Dixon, I hate Brady hes just like his brother and he cant throw the ball, dixon can throw and run hes just way skinny. Any thoughts on who will be the number one QB at Oregon next year?

  • #2
    i saw Leaf play aganist ASU and he did really good but u can say the same for Dixon

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    • #3
      Brady Leaf
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      • #4
        i dont know, i havent really been impressed with either of them so far
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        • #5
          Neither really. Its time to look to the recruiting. I thought Dixon was going to get a final shot at WR? Or is he being offered the reigns again?

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          • #6
            Dixon gives them the best shot to win IMO.
            "Compadres, it is imperative that we crush the freedom fighters before the start of the rainy season. And remember, a shiny new donkey for whomever brings me the head of Colonel Montoya."

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            • #7
              Dixon, but neither of them look any good against BYU, but that was prob the coaches fault for switching them.

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              • #8
                I wouldn't want my QB in the same gene pool as ryan leaf

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by djp4516
                  Dixon gives them the best shot to win IMO.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by djp4516
                    Dixon gives them the best shot to win IMO.
                    Yea, i guess ill agree with that. I didnt see much of Oregon last season, but they just seemed to play better when Dixon was in.




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                    • #11
                      Dixon is terrible. 7-5 record, and got blown out by all the ranked teams except the cheating at OU.

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                      • #12
                        I am going to give Brady a chance and see how he performs in the next few seasons. Still, he has the Leaf name there ... so ... let's hope Ryan's karma does not befell Brady ;-)

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                        • #13
                          Knowing Bellotti, we'll probably see a lot of both this year. If we would have stuck with Dixon from the get go, he'd probably be much further along in his development. However, that concept seems to have completely missed Bellotti's gray matter. I'm not sure how much of a say our new OC Chip Kelly will have in these decisions, but I'm guessing that Bellotti will continue his love affair with the dual QB system. After all, it's nonexistent advantages obviously far outweigh it's many obvious flaws. Leaf really has no place in our offense. Dixon is perfect for it (at least athletically.) I don't think either of them has an advantage upstairs. Hopefully Chip will mesh with them well, and it will show on the field. Both of them often seemed to get lost for long stretches last season. We need to find a way to fully utilize Dixon's natural talent. I think we need to dumb down the offense in order to do that. If we keep yanking him for Leaf, and vice versa, then we will again underachieve this year. I think if we show some confidence in Dixon and just give him the reigns and let him go out and play his game, then we'll be very competitive.

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                          • #14
                            Dual QBs almost never work out. Except for maybe Keith Smith and Ortege Jenkins at Arizona several years ago. Opposing teams assumed Smith was the drop-back passer and Jenkins the runner, but Smith was actually the faster runner.

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                            • #15
                              I think Dixon will win the job in the spring. The new offensive coordinator from New Hampshire Chip Kelly had a pretty mobile QB and Dixon seems to fit that system better.

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