Before you say "Jesus, Indy, another Dobbs thread," just hear me out. The question is as follows: Can Dobbs be successful for UT at QB? Before you start answering, let's get a few things straight. 1. By successful, I mean able to lead us to a playoff appearance and ultimately a national championship. We've already established that we have plenty of talent, and the depth will be even better next year. Next year, big results are the expectation, so that will be our standard for the term "successful." 2. Dobbs struggles with throwing, and our playcalling doesn't help him at all. 3. The success of our offense as a whole is largely predicated on Dobbs as a run threat. If Dobbs doesn't run, we don't move the football. Plain and simple. 4. Dobbs is prone to turnovers and injuries. He doesn't do a good job protecting the ball, and if he's running (as he should be), he doesn't do the best job protecting himself. Can Dobbs play the way he has to play for us to succeed offensively and stay healthy doing so? So, keeping those things in mind, can Dobbs be successful for UT at QB?