When I say manage I don't suggest minimizing reads, routes, plays, or throws the next QB will be asked to make. More like doing things properly, as in throwing away and not taking a sack if we are in Clarke's range, or checking-down as receivers are covered. I can understand worry of the unknown and assuming the worst, but trust that these QB's have their own strengths.
Licata can actually make more of the throws you'd want your QB to make, than Chazz could. He's advanced in knowing the spread, and manipulating DB's with his eyes and pump-fakes. Zordich doesn't quite have all those deep throws but he's strong in recognizing and distributing between all available receivers, and the option of running. Neutz was on pace to finish Top 8 in the MAC in total rec. yards and was 4th in yards/catch among guys with 25+ catches, so we'll throw it. No MAC defense will be so bold to put 8 in the box when we still play the spread, especially while leaving Neutz 1-on-1. Not with his skills to get any ball.
That's kind of the way I see things: Not just the QB, but asking 'How do our established weapons open up other options for the QB?'. Defenses have to account for Neutz, play-action with BO, BO slipping out into the flat, and the speed of Potts out of the backfield or in the slot. Success with those weapons will further make things easier for using the Jr WR's and TE's.