More info from GT on JR day
There is also a direct answer to the "dual threat QB" question in there.
“We really don’t want a dual-threat quarterback. The reason being our quarterback is in charge of tempo, signal-calling and getting everybody lined up,” coach Terry Bowden said. “If he ran the ball too much, he’d be too tired to run the offense. He’s taught to hand the ball off, look right to me and get the next play started. Running the ball will be the last thing we want him to do.”
That, however, doesn’t mean that Bowden is inflexible when it comes to running from a quarterback. Obviously in scrambling situations, it’s necessary and he’s got few qualms with bootlegs. There is another instance as well.
“If I had [a dual-threat quarterback] that was my guy, we’d run a little bit different offense,” he said.
Right now, there is no such guy with a chance to start.