The Thumb, Part VII
Here are a few thoughts I found interesting regarding Ralph Friedgen’s comments the past few days:
Friedgen says the good thing is that the team came out of the opener pretty healthy. But then he says the starting quarterback might have fractured a bone in the thumb of his throwing hand.
Friedgen said Thursday that Jordan Steffy had the best control of the offense. But on Sunday Friedgen said that he did not know if Steffy would start next week even if the QB is healthy.
Friedgen said Saturday that he took Steffy out of the game because his thumb hurt and could not function. But on Sunday he did not know whether Steffy would have remained in the game if he did not get hurt.
And I still find it interesting that three offensive players had no idea Steffy got hurt in that third quarter, and that Ralph initially said he did not know how or when Steffy got hurt.
Is anyone upset with Ralph? With Steffy? Or are you just happy the team is 1-0 and a soft ACC schedule looms on the distant horizon?
September 1, 2008; 1:02 PM ET
Categories: Football | Tags: Jordan Steffy, Ralph Friedgen
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