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in the SEC and ACC have two "proven" quality quarterbacks for their respective leagues? Not two four star guys out of HS, but two proven quality quarterbacks. I know they're out there, but I'm just a casual fan. Florida is an example of a NOT acceptable answer (IMO).
These teams have 2 on one team
FSU has Manuel and Trickett
Tenn has Bray and Worley.
Most have backup QB'S that are at least a 3 star.
That being said I do think Dylan can get the job done
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by gamespur 19 months ago
McCarron for Bama, Franklin for Mizzou, Wilson for Arky, Murray for thUGA, and UcheaT will argue for Bray in the SEC.
In the EZZ, Manual for FSU and Boyd (questionable) for Clemsux. Logan, Washington, Glennon, and UNCheat's QBs are mediocre (but over-rated and hyped) at best. UVa's QB (Rocco) may be decent and may prove to be a quality QB but the jury is still out. Of course, when mighty Syrupcuse and armPitt join the EZZ, QB play will be elevated (since it is generally not good now). j/k
Thanks for input. So far though, all Worley has proven is he cannot play (IMHO).
He said 2 qb's, tons of schools have one good one
Are you saying that Worley is a proven quality QB? Sure didn't look that way to me when we played them last season.
This post was edited by Kelso Red 19 months ago
Manuel, tricker, and Worley all suck
It seems the answer is "nobody".
"They've just discovered a new use for sheep over there at Clemson... wool." - Lewis Grizzard
I'm mopping up what you arew spilling...
Ironically, possibly Vanderbilt. Rodgers just showed us what he's capable of, and their backup QB was a transfer from Wyoming who was freshman of the year in the MWC. Not that being Frosh of the Year in the MWC means you can play in the SEC, but still better than the alternative.
You've set the question up to produce a predetermined answer. How about this question...which SEC or ACC team has a second team QB who had no other scholarship offers except for the team for which he plays? Better still, since the ACC is held in such disrepute, let's limit my question to our SEC competitors.
This post was edited by MrBigAl 19 months ago
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
Is it so important to you to trash Dylan every chance you get by stating how many scholarship offers he had from other schools? He's an in-state kid, who probably would have ended up with a full ride to a MAC school or something like that. But, he got an offer from USC, from coaches who know WAY, WAY, WAY more than you do. Why don't you stop trashing the kid and support him, because he is going to need it? I know that doesn't play into your agenda, but give it a break for a week. How about that?
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
If im not mistake Dylan committed very early in the process as well.
In regards to UT I feel like if Justin Worley was from any other state in the union then no body on the board would even know who he was. People only bring up his name because he is familiar to SC.
this was exaclty my point yesterday on the radio. Dylan Thompson had 0 other offers coming out of HS. That's unacceptable for a higher tier SEC program in its 8th year
All I know is thank the Lord God almighty that you and Al do not coach my favorite team. Dylan would have gotten a full ride someplace. He committed early, and hence the lack of other offers. He's and in-state kid, and is a coach's dream. You can bet that he will improve infinitely from here. You have an agenda, though, and just like to trash the coaches and players at every chance you get.
He also is a great hardworking kid
Just like Brantley was a better "QB" than Tebow?
Every year people talk up the backup to be the next best thing (for every team) and every year, they disappoint.
Mason isn't better than Murray, despite what UGA fans on message boards will tell you if Murray goes down or declares this year.
And your agenda is to blindly, sunshine pump any topic. You're pretty uninformed.
Many still get offers even though they committ; that's a red herring. APR?
He sounds like your wet dream. I like Dylan, but c'mon man.
What I post will have no bearing whatsoever on how DT performs.
I believe the number of scholarship offers DT received is relevant in determining what expectations we should have concerning his performance. I see no reason to believe that DT will perform well if called upon to play for an extended period of time. That's not his fault. I'm sure he'll do his level best.
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