Best Position Players in UT history - QBs

Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by LaneTrain, Jul 21, 2021 at 8:56 AM.

  1. JohnnyQuickkick

    JohnnyQuickkick Calcio correspondent

    Spring practice legends:
    Quentin Hancock
    David Yancey
     
  2. The Dooz

    The Dooz Super Moderator

    That could be a whole other thread.
     
  3. The Dooz

    The Dooz Super Moderator

    Andy Kelly was the first Tennessee QB I really remember so I’m always partial to him even though he doesn’t make the top 5.

    Heath Schuler came along when I really started to understand what was going on.

    They came Peyton during high school. And of course Tee right after that.

    So those are my favorites, which doesn’t answer the question but it’s where I stand.
     
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  4. TDVol1989

    TDVol1989 Always Be Menstruating

    Manning, Clausen, Shuler, Dobbs, T-Rob

    you youngsters never saw t-rob throw those rainbows. His Sr year was on an interesting trajectory until Cornelius Bennett took him out. Very similar story as Chuck Webb. What might have been.
     
  5. Duckman

    Duckman Chieftain

    Casey Clausen might be the most under-appreciated player in Tennessee football history looking back on it.
     
  6. Duckman

    Duckman Chieftain

    Top 5 in no particular order:
    Manning
    Robinson
    Shuler
    Clausen
    Holloway

    Honorable mention to Kelly and Dobbs.
     
  7. IP

    IP "You don't know what it is like in our universe."

    I agree, at the time I was still in Manning mode but Clausen was a great college QB
     
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  8. Duckman

    Duckman Chieftain

    It's not heresy.

    He was a good, competent QB who played his part on a completely loaded national championship team.

    He had his good moments, especially the 23 straight completion game, but he largely never took a game over like Manning, Robinson, etc. did.
     
  9. JohnnyQuickkick

    JohnnyQuickkick Calcio correspondent

    One thing Tee did was always pull something out at an opportune time even in games in which he wasn’t particularly good
     
  10. InVolNerable

    InVolNerable Fark Master Flex

    1997 was just as loaded. 96 was pretty loaded too. Manning couldn’t beat Florida or win when it mattered most. Tee did. That’s what matters to me.
     
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  11. Ssmiff

    Ssmiff Thick like Quaker Oats. AKA chubby.

    To be fair, I dont think Tee had to beat Florida with us giving up 50-60 pts. We gave up 17 in '98. Peyton goes 3-1 vs UF if we only give up 17 with only loss being freshman year
     
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  12. NorrisAlan

    NorrisAlan Put Custom Title Here

    And people forget the whole Alabama thing.
     
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  13. InVolNerable

    InVolNerable Fark Master Flex

    Only gave up 60+ once. 31, 62, 35, 33. All of which were lower than Florida’s season averages except for the 62.

    Probably would’ve helped if he hadn’t thrown 4 interceptions, 2 at the goal line, his junior year. At home. In the first half.
     
  14. justingroves

    justingroves supermod

    Don't let Peyton sling it around against UF and he's 3-1 against them.
     
  15. Ssmiff

    Ssmiff Thick like Quaker Oats. AKA chubby.

    Very true. But again we only had to score 20 the one time Tee played them. I still have Tee in top 5 due to the Natty and him being smart enough on the field to let our nasty D take over. Cut was trying to win Peyton the Heisman
     

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