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Here's a link to the audio of Spurrier on The Herd.
I really do appreciate it. A lot of us cannot listen for whatever reason. Glad to have you fill folks like myself in on what was said.
Elliott "Small" Fry
Boogity have you shared your feelings for Dylan with Garcia? He may be upset. LOL.
This is hilarious! "Myyyyyyyyy wiiiiiish."
Thanks for posting this.
I think Dylan has the physical tools to be an NFL QB. He has a good arm, he's tall, and is a decent athlete. His build, and his demeanor on the field reminds me of Tom Brady. I am not comparing his play to Brady, just his build, and something about him reminds me of ole Tom.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
His back shoulder TD to Bruce against Clemson was awesome.
Yes it was.....stunned them
When I was younger, I had a bumper sticker that said, "If I owned Hell & Clemson, I would rent out Clemson and live in Hell"
Garcia understands; he's not too worried.
I'm not saying this to talk bad about Shaw. He is one of my favorite players on the team
He never would have thrown that ball to Ellington to win the game
Mike Hold - Alan Mitchell
I think a better way of saying that is "he never would have thrown the ball to an empty/open spot in the field without seeing the WR like Dylan did".
I've heard from several people that Shaw doesn't listen to the coaches, he listens to his dad. I think this is a major reason why he has maxed out his potential already as a QB.
I find it interesting that Spurrier thinks Thompson has NFL potential and yet has never uttered a word about Shaw and the NFL. Maybe Spurrier was just talking about measurables, but I think it should be obvious to any Gamecock fan nowadays who the better passer is. And to me the better passer is the better QB, IMO.
For the record, shaw made throws to space before his receiver broke during the outback bowl.
He also stayed in pocket and gave play chance on the first td.
He is still getting better, though missing spring might end up being a big deal for him.
His TD pass to Ace was tougher than that.
I thought they both played well.
Isn't Austin Haile a walk-on quarterback? He is never mentioned at all.
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I never said he didn't play well
The plays are different . I agree he of a pass to Ace . He ran very effectively . Hit some other open guys . Shaw played fine
I just don't believe that. He stepped up against pressure and heaved it to Byrd on the opening drive.
See 4th down slant to ace on last drive as proof.
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