OSU football: Monken-Weeden meeting a good thing
Mike Gundy put his quarterback, Brandon Weeden, and his prospective offensive coordinator, Todd Monken, on the phone together a few days before Gundy named Monken to replace Dana Holgorsen.
That’s a very good idea. And it made me think of Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams. Bradford last week said he had yet to talk with his new offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels, even though the Rams had hired McDaniels three weeks earlier.
I don’t get it. You’ve got a young, franchise quarterback, the NFL offensive rookie of the year, and you don’t so much as put him in contact with the guy about to be his offensive coach? Don’t get them communicating even after McDaniels is hired?
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