If Costello is smart and has a strong arm, why not him?

filmcane

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I don't really care that he can't run well. If he knows where to go with the ball and can release it in under 2.5 seconds, then I hope we give him serious consideration. We're not winning the Natty or even the ACC in 2020, so let's get a kid in there who can sling it well and to the guys wearing our jerseys as opposed to going with nimble dudes who toss it to DB's, like the guys already on our roster?
 

mjackson6

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The down side to Costello is he doesn’t graduate until May. Other than that I think he would be a good fit.
 

southpaw47

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Could end up in Starkville with Mike Leach.

BTW WSU replaced Leach with Nick Rolovich from Hawaii. Runs a high octane offense. That would be another landing spot for Costello.

I would take him here in a heartbeat.
 

Awsi Dooger

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Not mobile at all and he hates pressure especially up the middle. Upon pressure Costello's legs buckle and he throws awkwardly while leaning backwards.

From the first time I saw him I knew Stanford would decline if Costello were the quarterback.

He does have a good arm if you can keep him clean and design an offense that relies on nothing but line drives. Not exactly a touch thrower
 

caneizzle#1

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Costello has a very close relationship with Abbott. Not sure he would come without his buddy.
 
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