Regarding Kyler Murray's future plans, Lincoln Riley was asked about that yesterday on the ESPN signing day coverage. I was very surprised when Riley matter of factly said he knew what Murray was going to do, but didn't feel comfortable saying it publicly as opposed to allowing Murray to do it. So apparently the decision has already been made. I was surprised the ESPN host didn't ask more followup questions. Of course, I guess the decision could be to attempt both sports. This does seem to be the greatest leverage any football player has owned since Kirk Gibson, who was also great in both sports and would have been a first round pick in the NFL at wide receiver. Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders were always considered football first. I had seen John Elway play baseball at least 5 or 6 times when Stanford visited USC so I knew that was a farce compared to his football ability. Elway was a decent baseball player but no better than 5th or 6th on that Cardinal team. He was a rightfielder with only moderate movement skills. Batted left landed and was scrappy but not scary. Liked to crouch low and foul off a lot of pitches. Bunted quite a bit.