QBs Harrell and Tebow rising; Fellow passers Stafford, Freeman on the slide
Todd McShay offers his Week 10 Stock Report and says things are looking up for the Notre Dame offense, but not so much for a trio of quarterbacks.
Originally Published: November 3, 2008By Todd McShay | Scouts Inc.
The opportunity is there every week. Some players seize it; others let it slide away. Here's a look at the players who shined or slipped in Week 8:
3. Notre Dame WRs Golden Tate and Michael Floyd
AP Photo/Michael ConroyMichael Floyd's size is too much for most defensive backs to handle.
Notre Dame came up short in its four-overtime struggle versus Pitt, losing 36-33, and while we're not in the business of rewarding failure, the effort turned in by Tate and Floyd is worthy of being an exception to the rule. Tate and Floyd combined for 211 yards and three scores on 16 receptions. Blessed with an outstanding combination of size and athleticism, Floyd is a mismatch waiting to happen. He's complemented well by Tate, an instinctive route-runner with very good ball skills, and with Tate a sophomore and Floyd a freshman, the future appears promising for coach Charlie Weis' offense.
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