Dayne Crist, that is.
"The 6-4, 235-pounder from California possesses a laser arm and decent mobility, but mediocre numbers. He's completed 58% of his passes for 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He also ran for four scores."
I'm sold. I would guess Dayne's "mediocre numbers" are a sight better than McAsh's. If he's better than what we have now, and gives us time to develop Brewer/Overstreet and Ash, too, assuming Ash can be developed, why not bring him in? Crist coming in for one year shouldn't affect the freshmen negatively. If Ash leaves because we pick up a 1-year QB as a stop-gap, he must not have enough confidence that he can win the starting job as a junior in 2013. I think that would speak volumes as to his potential, or lack thereof. And if Case wants to transfer because he can't beat out the other 3 after Crist is gone, I will wish him well and have no regrets. Burntorangehorn might even approve of bringing in Crist because he's not a juco. If Longhorn Em's firm unlocks her shackles this weekend, maybe she can weigh in on this one for us, being a golden domer herself. I believe in Crist, and I pray to Crist and Mack for another early Christmas present.