I'm not joking. He should not be used in the game.
Don't utilize our best athlete on the field? Just for the record, the defense that knew he was going to run and couldn't stop him was Eastern Michigan.
More throws than rushing attempts against EMU. 11 carries and 4 passes against Western. I don't feel the need to risk a loss in a winnable game playing someone who isn't ready yet.
They put him in to throw the ball on two separate occasions, both of which when we had a safe enough lead. I'm not touting him as a capable passer. I believe I referred to him as "incredibly raw". But to say having this guy in the game is risking a loss is ridiculous. Especially when you are advocating putting in Sheridan ahead of him. That just isn't going to happen. And it's dumb. And it's definitely risking more of a loss when you have a guy who can't run or pass playing QB. As for your analysis of the interceptions, it was more like one was a bad pass the other was a bad decision. The defender did make the nice play, but that was prefaced by Robinson throwing the ball up into double coverage.
Wrong on both ends, and I was actually wrong here initially. They were both decent decisions, but both throws were short. On the first, Odoms had separation with no deep safety back to make the play. He throws the ball a little further and it's an easy TD. How on earth does a guy like Odoms get separation down the field? Probably because the defensive backfield was afraid of Robinson running the ball. I'm willing to bet he makes at least one huge play this year because of something like this. Also, I'm not really sure what your definition of playing a lot is, but he took about 3 meaningful snaps the entire game. Almost all of his PT came when they were up by a lot at the end AND Forcier was shaken up.
This is true, but two of the games have been major blowouts, one by halftime. The other was Forcier's coming out party. ND focusing on thwarting the run forced a lot of passes, of which Forcier is much more capable.