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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Tyrod Taylor
Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco hates his team's use of the wildcat formation, and Tuesday he let everyone know just how much.
Flacco said Tuesday, "I don't like that stuff. ... I'm the quarterback. I want to be behind the line of scrimmage, I want to be taking the snaps."
Everyone knows the starters, of course, Baltimore's Joe Flacco and San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick. They even know about Alex Smith, who started for the 49ers until he was sidelined with a concussion in November and Kaepernick stepped in. But what about the former Virginia Tech standout?
Tyrod Taylor is the forgotten quarterback at the Super Bowl.
The Orange Bowl will be a matchup of turnaround teams _ Stanford vs. Virginia Tech.
Tyrod Taylor threw three touchdown passes and scrambled for another and surging Virginia Tech captured its third Atlantic Coast Conference title in four years with a 44-33 victory over Florida State on Saturday night.
Virginia Tech quarterback Tyrod Taylor is the Atlantic Coast Conference's player of the year for 2010.
Of the last 38 quarterbacks to hear their name called at the NFL Draft, none have hailed from the Atlantic Coast Conference.
A missed block here, a blown assignment there.
For the gatecrashers in blue, this was the Respect Bowl. A mini-national championship game, if you will, because they certainly weren't going to be playing in the real one in January if they didn't win this one on Labor Day.
Kellen Moore hit Austin Pettis with a 13-yard touchdown pass with 1:09 left and No. 3 Boise State passed what might be its toughest test of the season, beating No. 10 Virginia Tech 33-30 on Monday night.
When Virginia Tech takes the field Monday night against No. 3 Boise State in a huge opening game, the 10th-ranked Hokies' offense will be in a new role.
Tyrod Taylor was midseason sharp in No. 10 Virginia Tech's final scrimmage of the fall, completing 16 of 17 passes for 319 yards and three touchdowns.
"I believe so," he said. "I believe this offense is prepared to play a game."
Taylor said he thinks his unit is ready.