My issue from game #1 is his vision, and how when he decides to run, usually, he never looks up again, which is when many times a receiver will pop open. I also think he has not figured out yet how to throw guys open, but his accuracy confidence is probably not there yet.
Some of his best moments are when he breaks the pocket and makes a play. The TD to Gibbs against Syracuse I believe is the first one that jumps out.
He missed some throws this game that were gimmies. The throw to Leonard that wasn't close early was big. My issue with the play calling is that I think Coach P should call more plays early to get him into a rhythm. Saying that, teams may be taking that away. I'm not looking close enough to see how teams are defending us. Confidence is so big for anyone, but especially a true freshman. Even little bubble screens to Brown or quick little hitches to the TE. Even if it only gets a few yards, it builds rhythm and confidence. I hope to see more of that.
I think teams know our running game is our strength. I hope to see us pass to open up the run going forward. Not shot play (though some would be nice), but some rhythm throws to get Sims going.