"It's one of those deals where you want to play the guy that's moving the offense," he said Tuesday morning during a conference call organized by the MEAC. "Right now, you're in conference play. So as you get into these FBS games, we had a chance to play two [Army and Western Kentucky] and also by playing Liberty, a pursuing team, you're in a situation where you get to play against a bunch of different talent. Some guys were moving the offense better than others. Some [with the] ability when it came to running the ball ran it better than others. But now as you get back into conference play, you shape your team through these first couple games, and now you start hanging your hats on guys and being committed to them and trying to build an offense around one particular guy. And coming out of it and seeing all three of them play, I know we have great depth there and we have great leadership regardless of whichever one we put in."