Im a long time reader of the site, but post very very few threads. But i thought id pass this thought along. If the Drew Bledsoe experiment is even somewhat sucssesful this year, then we are probably looking at another year of him next season too if Parcells is still here, which puts the QB of the future debate still up in the air since Drew Henson hasnt shown much(so far). So we are still three years away maybe before actually getting our QB of the future on the field. Since college football started today, i thought of Chad Henne, the current Michigan QB. He is a soph, so we would have to wait a few years, plus Michigan QBs tend to stay all 4 years, so thats another draw back of him. But at least hear me out ok. Im a long time Michigan football fan, and hitorically ive never been a big fan of the QBs that have come through here in recent years. The only one i really seemed to like was Griese, but that may be because he gave us a national championship, so i might be biased in that sence. Others i have not liked at all, i didnt see much talent in them. Ill even put Griese in the catagory of not much talent, to go along with others such as Driesbach, Brady(who would of thought), and Navvare. I liked Henson, but he should have stayed for his senoir year, and if he did i truley believe he would be a starting QB in the NFL right now. Chad Henne is the best QB that has come along here in a long time, maybe better then Elvis Grbac. Henne puts up great numbers in a mostly run orriented offense. Head coach Llyod Carr usually doenst let his QBs throw the ball the way Henne is allowed too, Carr is a typical Michigan head coach where he loves to run the ball and win with that and deffense, but Henne is so tatented that he has let this kid air it out and he is very succssesful. Once again its kind of down the road if he were an option, but who knows what our record would be in that time, and if we are still looking for a QB. Chad Henne has the goods.