Does the Brady Quinn Trade Hurt Jimmy Clausen’s NFL Draft Stock?

Posted by Kevin Paul on March-21-2010 Add Comments

Five short years ago, the football world kissed the ground that Charlie Weis walked on, tossed rose petals at his feet and marveled at the fact that he was the offensive mind that built Tom Brady into part-human, part-machine, all quarterback legend as the New England Patriots brought home three Super Bowl rings.

Shortly thereafter, Weis was leading the Notre Dame Irish football program into mediocrity.

But at first, it wasn’t half bad.  As Charlie went, so did the legendary status of the Notre Dame quarterback – building each in a Brady-like fashion.

First up was Brady Quinn – loaded with Popeye-like arms and superhero-like numbers (35 TD a...

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