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So Mettenberger and Driskel are better QBs than Shaw?
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
I'd love to see a list of QB offers, and commitments since SOS has been here. Also would like to see who recruited each player
I doubt you'd see Sr.'s fingerprints on any of the offers with the exception of DT and perhaps Andrew Clifford.
I don't really recall, but I think he made a few more camp offers. Maybe Cade Thompson, Reid McCollum and Aramis Hillary?
I get it just fime. For Shaw only the bad games define him. Yes he's gotten better as a QB. Don't be absurd.
Yikes, that's quite a trio.
Let's just agree that he is wildly inconsistent, and his bad games are very bad, and his great games are good, not great. He's had about as many bad games as he's had good games. That's not what I want out of my starter
I doubt he'll reach the bar of greatness your setting. Pretty short term memory on him
I remember specifics on every game this year. I think my description is pretty accurate
20-21 is great against air let alone against a conference opponent. 22-32 for 356 is great. His games last year against Nebraska and Clemson were great. And the grit he showed in coming in and getting the W against Vandy was pretty great. Like I said your bar is pretty high
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