As a redshirt senior we should be seeing consistent performances or at the very least outplaying the other QBs in camp. Sunseri is easily having the best camp and he is doing everything that Wanny claims to want out of a QB. Stull is throwing picks and Sunseri isn't. Stull is having trouble completing passes and Sunseri is thriving. All we ever hear is how the QB position in our offense is about being a "game manager", last time I checked throwing picks is not a part of that.
What the real issue is in this battle is how far is Wanny going to take it. Handing Stull the job before camp is par for the course with Wanny regarding Stull. In Spring Camp Stull performed the exact same way is performing in camp now. His confidence is completely shot from the injury last year. Like I stated in yesterday's column how does Stull lose the starting job? His last game played he was benched, he had an atrocious spring, and now he is putting together a string of bad practices.
I feel like Wanny will want to take this QB battle to the absolute last second possible. He isn't a guy who will take a guy with more seniority starting job. Will Sunseri even get a chance to work with the 1st team in camp might be the better question. Sunseri is already the defacto backup after taking over Bostick, which says to me that Cignetti is handing out playing off of merit in the 2nd and 3rd team.
All this being said I think if Stull stinks up the joint during the Tuesday scrimmage and Sunseri plays well the pressure will be too much. Wanny is super stubborn about player selection but he can't be foolish enough to continue to deny Sunseri first team snaps. If Stull is the opening day starter without a 180 degree change in his play he will be booed off the field after his first mistake, right or wrong. This whole QB situation has evolved so quickly, I never would have predicted this level of change in tone from the media.
We will find out what type of coach Wanny is over the next two weeks. Handling this badly will be an absolute disaster for Wanny and his public image.