Cody Kessler Pleased With Deep Touchdown Passes

Sophomore quarterback Cody Kessler said he is pleased to be completing deep touchdown passes this spring, especially because he knows some doubt his arm strength.

“People always say, `Kessler can’t make the deep throws,’ ” he said. “I’ve heard since I’ve been here. Or `Kessler’s arm isn’t strong enough.’ Obviously I hear it.

“I feel I’ve done that well,” he said. “You’ve got to let the ball go 60-65 yards or you won’t hit Marqise Lee.”

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  • ThaiMex

    Mighty impressive indeed….tossing T.D. passes against a secondary made up of a couple of guys nicknamed “TOAST”…It’s gonna be a long season…Any bets on when Goat boy gets the hook?
    5 & 8…..and Goat Boy ends up with a 500 record OVER ALL as head coach
    fit on torgans!

    • HAWR-HAWR!!!!!

      THAI, es en FUEGO, hombre!!
      (THAI, you’re on FIRE, man!!)

      last year was a LANDMARK year in trOXan failure!!! but could Limbo U go even LOVER??

      all signs point to: YES!!!

      and the Classy Cadre will be right there to SCATTER the pieces!!!!!!

      so let it be written, so let it be DONE!!!

      • TrojanFan

        Same post from Monday and Tuesday, get some new material, idiot.

      • Scsyco

        Shart Bucket and Thai Hooker strike again!

    • TrojanFamily

      Mr. Madison, what you have just said, is the most insanely idiotic thing I have ever heard. At no point, in your rambling incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points and may God have mercy on your soul.

    • TrojanFan

      WHY WHY WHY!……It’s the SAME shlt we get from you over and over, just a different pile today

    • Cheap seats

      Your doctor should consider increasing your dosage.

  • dtksr1

    Smart young man…

    • dtksr1

      Are there any smart one’s across town or are they still hopping the fenses over there like adolescents?

      • steveg

        They are all turning into rapists.

  • Ben Factor

    To me, the real questions are: (1) who can observe the defense before the snap and quickly know, on the play that was called, which WR will be likely to achieve separation; (2) who can quickly get set to throw, quickly confirm his pre-snap observation, or find the checkdown alternative; and (3) who can then throw the ball up to 40 yards, and place it within a couple of feet of where it should be thrown to the intended WR target?

    To me, if one guy does those three things better than the others, he should start.

    I saw video of Agholor making a one-handed catch down the center of the field. Everyone focused on Agholor’s great skills (with justification). The first thing I noticed about the play was a badly placed pass. And the pass didn’t travel nearly 65 yards. A gun is useless if you can’t aim it.

    • TrojanFan

      ” A gun is useless if you can’t aim it.”

      That’s what she said….hahaha!

  • Kessler has no chance. Didn’t go to Mater Dei, doesn’t have a private QB coach, and most important, isn’t liked by Lanie, kid should transfer ASAP.

    • TrojanFan

      Did betomas fill your head with these thoughts?

    • Emmit Jones

      If what you suggest is true: publicity trumps skills and performance; the Trojans are sunk in 2013!

  • MichiganTrojan

    If the season goes south under Wittek, something tells me Kessler gets a chance, rallies the team and saves Kiffin’s job. He seems to have a lot of moxie, it’s nice that he can scramble, and he never complains. That last part puts him 3 pegs above us Trojan fans, about 10 pegs above Scott Wolf, and…well just drive that peg through the empty brain cavities of the likes of Bucket, Thai, sped and betomas (if those are all actually different people).