"No, there wasn't," Schiano said in his postgame news conference.
Freeman's cringe-worthy stat line (19-for-41 passing, 236 yards and one interception) highlights his struggles. It's the third straight week that Freeman completed less than 50 percent of his passes.
Continuing to prop up Freeman tells us that Schiano must not feel Glennon is ready yet. He knows what he has in Freeman. If he thought Glennon was ready to play, there would be no reason to keep tossing Freeman out there.
There will come a point when Schiano has no choice but to make a switch. To get the evidence for that statement, we don't have to look any further than Schiano's own response to a question about all of Sunday's dropped passes.
"When you have a situation that you have control over and you don't make it, then you are living on borrowed time," he said.
Freeman already is on borrowed time. Schiano needs his offense to show promise, or he might be on it as well.