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I hope Landry a healthy and prosperous 2012. Boomer!
I'm betting staying with his love (Whitney) had a fair bit to do with it too! Great news for the Sooner Nation (as much as I hate to use a Schnellenburger ism)
Say what you mean, mean what you say!!!
This is great news. Some folks don't seem to understand that if there was a better option the coaches would be playing that person. Landry is by far the option that gives us the best chance of winning games. If you don't believe that, then it appears you believe that the coaches at OU are not interested in playing the best players.
Maybe some of you missed the part that said he has passed for more yards and more tds than any sooner in history.
Sweet - makes my day.
Despite all of the negative posts over the past 2 months, Landry is a very good QB.
Great news! Run the ball more effective and allow him to play action, this should help with mobility issues.
I think LJ made a wise choice. He wasn't quite NFL-ready and could use the extra year of seasoning. I've been back and forth on whether he should go, but as Berry Trammel points out, any time a QB with 37 starts and a future in the pros wants to come back for another year, it's a good thing. He and the team will be better for it. Good decision, Landry.
"Burnt orange makes me puke!" - Mother Teresa (unverified)
I think everyone knows my opinion on this...lol very good decision and believe it or not a good one for OU!
I think the most Important thing is to make sure the back ups, whether Allen or Bell, get as many game reps as possible. We don't need Landry in there in the 3rd or 4th if the game is well in hand...
I'm glad he's coming back, but I don't like when people throw out that he's the all time passing leader to support their claim. He's one of only a handfull of quarterbacks to be here during our spread days and the best quarterback we have had, Bradford, was only here 2 full seasons. Jones would still be second if Bradford had played his third year. However, I'm glad he's back and hope to see improvement next year and watch OU make a run for #8.
The question is where do you think Bell and Allen would be? He is not being compared to Bradford but the alternatives we have at the position now.
I think Bell and Allen will be fine but I don't think they are better than someone with 3 years of starting experience who would be drafted in the NFL. That is the difference.
No Tebow? No Problem?
We got Landry, the family man.
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