14 Jan 2009
Many have been assuming for quite a while that he's gone. I know that I assumed that, anyway. Returning to OU will probably make him a better quarterback long-term, as he'll learn how to handle pressure a lot better than he has to date (OU will have almost an entirely new offensive line protecting him), but it will also possibly make his draft stock drop a bit, as with new blockers and new receiving targets his overall his numbers will likely suffer.
Thoughts? Smart move on his part?
UPDATE: Mark Sanchez is reportedly on his way to the pros. Add your thoughts about that here as well.
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